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The Pulse: New Details in Georgia Child's Car Death

New details in the case of a man accused of leaving his child to die in a hot car on purpose top Thursday's edition of "The Pulse."
New details in the case of a man accused of leaving his child to die in a hot car on purpose top Thursday's edition of "The Pulse."

A judge ruled Thursday that there is probable cause to charge a man in the death of his son after he left the boy on a hot Georgia day in an SUV. The judge in Marietta, Georgia, also denied bond for Justin Ross Harris. Harris is charged with murder and second-degree child cruelty in the June 18 death of his son Cooper. Cooper died after being left in the car for more than 7 hours while Harris was at work. Harris says he simply forgot his child was in the back seat. Cobb County police detective Phil Stoddard said Harris had been exchanging nude photos with several women the day the child died. The detective also testified that the Georgia couple had 2 life insurance policies for the toddler and that Harris had looked at websites that advocated child-free living.

Hurricane Arthur is gaining strength as it stretches into North Carolina's outer banks. Residents were boarding up homes and businesses to protect all they can from the storm's impact. Hurricane Arthur is now a Category-Two storm, packed with rains and storm surges up to five feet high. Damaging waves and dangerous rip currents are also expected, cutting some people's vacation plans short.

The June jobs report brings good news for investors and the unemployed. The numbers are in, and it seems the jobs recovery has hit its stride.The U.S. economy added 288,000 jobs in June, much better than expected. That makes it the fifth straight month of gains over 200,000. The last time that happened was in 1999, during the so-called dot-com bubble. The unemployment rate fell to 6.1%, hitting its lowest point in almost 6 years. And the drop was for the right reasons -- more people found jobs instead of leaving the labor force.

A Colorado woman is charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. That's according to court documents -- unsealed Wednesday. 19-year-old Shannon Maureen Conley was arrested at the Denver Airport back in April just before boarding a flight to Germany. FBI agents say Conley told them she was going to Turkey to marry a member of the terrorist group ISIS, whom she had met online. Officials say she planned to join him at an ISIS camp in Syria near the Turkish border, where she would act as a nurse.

You're getting a glimpse at the light show that lit up the skies of New York Wednesday night. CNN iReporter Andrew Sansone captured this footage of lightning strikes in the city as a storm moved through. He used freeze frames to highlight the strikes.
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