Amid the ongoing immigration troubles on the U.S.-Mexico border, the Texas Democratic congressman raising concerns about how the president is handling the problem has been ordered to stop. This comes as the president converts a political fundraising trip into a hastily-arranged briefing on the situation in Dallas..
Severe storms and tornadoes swept across the Eastern U.S. Tuesday, killing five people. In upstate New York, four people were killed and several homes destroyed. And at a Maryland campsite, one child was killed and eight others injured by falling trees. Meanwhile, downed power lines left hundreds of thousands without electricity.
More recalls for faulty airbags have been announced. Honda is recalling about 1 million more cars. That's on top of the 2 million that have already been recalled. The automaker says a defective inflator could explode in a crash, sending shards of its metal casing into the passenger compartment.
ESPN is not hitting a home run with one man. Back in April, a New York man was caught napping during an arch-rival game between the Yankees and Boston Red Sox. As funny as it appears, it's certainly no laughing matter for Robert Rector. He's filed a $10 million defamation lawsuit against ESPN announcers as he feels they poked fun at him. Major League Baseball, the Yankees and ESPN are named as defendants.
A heart-stopping water slide opens to the public in Kansas Thursday. This is "The Verrückt", billed as the world's tallest water slide, at Schlitterbahn Park in Kansas City. The opening's been delayed a number of times as engineers tweaked the gut-wrenching ride. The video above shows a human test run. The 168-foot plus water slide features a 50-foot drop that's taller than Niagara Falls.