The Pulse: Severe Storms in Texas

Severe weather in Texas tops Thursday's edition of "The Pulse."

This is what's left of a mobile home after high winds hit Johnson County, Texas. Officials say a man was inside the home with his wife and child when he heard a loud noise like a train. Then he says the home started to shake and the roof blew off and the walls fell down. The mother and child were hurt but not seriously.

The Republican-led House on Thursday voted to form a select committee to investigate the deadly Benghazi terror attack. A nearly party-line vote established the panel. The September 2012 armed assault on the U.S. diplomatic compound in eastern Libya killed four Americans, including Amb. Christopher Stevens.

Snapchat settles with the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC says the company was deceiving users into thinking their photos and videos were gone forever when in fact that wasn't the case. Snapchat agreed to settle without admitting or denying any wrongdoing.

A new audio recording surfaced Thursday that reportedly features Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling insisting that he is not a racist. Radar Online obtained the new recording. In it, Sterling says "You think I'm a racist? You think I have anything in the world but love for anybody? You don't think that. You know I'm not a racist." Last week, League Commissioner Adam Silver banned him for life from the NBA.

With the number one pick in the NFL draft, the Houston Texans selected Jadeveon Clowney. The defensive end from South Carolina said after being selected, "This day has changed my lift." And he's right about that.Last year's number one pick signed a deal worth $22 million.

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