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Keep your eye on Erick — the tropical storm churning toward the central Pacific could turn into a hurricane any time now. Here’s what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get “5 Things You Need to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)1. Festival shootingA gunman cut through a fence and went on a rampage at a food festival in Northern California, killing three people before police shot him dead. The shooting at the famed Garlic Festival in Gilroy on Sunday evening injured 11 others and sent terrified attendees fleeing for their lives. “Everyone started running … up the hill to the street to be safe,” festival worker Cynthia Saldivar said. No motive has been identified yet and police said the suspect appeared to shoot at random with “some kind of rifle.” Authorities are investigating whether a second person was involved. Multiple fatalities after shooting at garlic festival Multiple fatalities after shooting at garlic festival Multiple fatalities after shooting at garlic festival JUST WATCHEDMultiple fatalities after shooting at garlic festival ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Multiple fatalities after shooting at garlic festival 01:502. Baltimore tweetstormThe weekend’s presidential tweetstorm was all about Baltimore … and oh boy, we don’t even know where to begin. The city’s leaders and residents are outraged after President Trump attacked Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings and described his district as a “rat and rodent infested mess.” In a scathing rebuke titled “Better to have a few rats than to be one,” the city’s main paper described the President as “the most dishonest man to ever occupy the Oval Office, the mocker of war heroes … the useful idiot of Vladimir Putin.” Choking back tears, CNN’s Victor Blackwell also defended his hometown, saying Trump uses the word “infested” only when talking about black and brown people. But Trump doubled down on his attacks, firing off several tweets applauding his work on African American issues and calling Cummings incompetent. Baltimore mayor fires back at TrumpBaltimore mayor fires back at Trumptrump cummings tweets sanchez lklv nr vpx_00011518JUST WATCHEDBaltimore mayor fires back at TrumpReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Baltimore mayor fires back at Trump 02:16Read More3. Intelligence chief resigns Another day, another administration official stepping down. This time it’s national intelligence chief Dan Coats, who is expected to leave office in two weeks — the latest chapter in President Trump’s tense relationship with some of his top advisers. The former senator became director of national intelligence in 2017 and spent his tenure at odds with the President, leading an agency that Trump has publicly mocked, ignored and dismissed. The unsettling dynamic has created an unusual spectacle of this presidency and Trump has come close to firing him several times, but aides persuaded him not to. Texas Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe will be nominated to replace him.Trump nominates Rep. John Ratcliffe as new intel chiefTrump nominates Rep. John Ratcliffe as new intel chiefTrump nominates Rep. John Ratcliffe as new intel chiefJUST WATCHEDTrump nominates Rep. John Ratcliffe as new intel chiefReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Trump nominates Rep. John Ratcliffe as new intel chief 01:184. Puerto RicoThe woman next in line to become governor of Puerto Rico after Ricardo Rossello resigned last week says she has zero interest in the job. Wanda Vázquez Garced, the secretary of justice for the US territory, was expected to replace the governor. The order of succession says the secretary of state should be next in line, but the man holding that position resigned this month after he was ensnared in the same text scandal that brought down the governor. Rossello’s resignation goes into effect Friday — and Vázquez wants officials to appoint a new secretary of state to take over as governor.Puerto Rico governor announces resignation Puerto Rico governor announces resignation Puerto Rico governor announces resignation JUST WATCHEDPuerto Rico governor announces resignation ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Puerto Rico governor announces resignation 01:405. Massacre at a funeral Suspected terrorists raided a funeral in northeastern Nigeria over the weekend, killing at least 65 people, local officials said. The attack by Boko Haram militants Saturday targeted mourners in the Nganzai district. Twenty-one people were killed during the funeral and an additional 44 others died when villagers pursued the attackers. The terror group says its aim is to impose a stricter enforcement of Sharia law across Africa’s most populous nation.BREAKFAST BROWSEA 22-year-old became the first Colombian to win the Tour de FranceThat yellow jersey goes great with the Colombian flag.Colombia's Egan Bernal (R), wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey (C-R) and cyclists ride down the Champs Elysees avenue next to the Arc de Triomphe during the 21st and last stage of the 106th edition of the Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris Champs-Elysees, in Paris, on July 28, 2019. Colombia's Egan Bernal (R), wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey (C-R) and cyclists ride down the Champs Elysees avenue next to the Arc de Triomphe during the 21st and last stage of the 106th edition of the Tour de France cycling race between Rambouillet and Paris Champs-Elysees, in Paris, on July 28, 2019. Las Vegas’ grasshopper invasion is so big you can see it on the weather radarFrankly, we’d rather not see it anywhere.Millions of grasshoppers are invading Las VegasMillions of grasshoppers are invading Las VegasMillions of grasshoppers are invading Las VegasJUST WATCHEDMillions of grasshoppers are invading Las VegasReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Millions of grasshoppers are invading Las Vegas 01:17Is there a second alligator in Chicago’s Humboldt Park? Can you survive a second round of GATOR SUMMER?5-foot alligator caught in Chicago park5-foot alligator caught in Chicago park5-foot alligator caught in Chicago parkJUST WATCHED5-foot alligator caught in Chicago parkReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

5-foot alligator caught in Chicago park 01:10Disney sets record for highest grossing year for a studio with five months to spareJust face it, eventually everything will be owned by Disney.Passenger dressed as clown causes mass brawl on cruise shipWow, the debut of that new cruise ship kid’s show did NOT go as planned.TODAY’S QUOTE”I’m unfollowing the President of the United States today on Twitter, because his feed is the most hate-filled, racist, and demeaning of the 200+ I follow, and it regularly ruins my day to read it. So I’m just going to stop…I can’t believe I just typed that.”Sen. Chris Murphy, reacting to President Trump’s weekend Twitter attacks on Congressman Elijah Cummings and the city of Baltimore, MarylandTODAY’S NUMBER$3 millionThe prize amount claimed by a pair of teenage gamers — 16(!) and 17(!!!) years old — for winning the Inaugural Fortnite World Cup. If you aren’t familiar, Fortnite is your nephew’s favorite video game, and people from all over the world competed this weekend to claim battle royale glory.These teens make six figures playing 'Fortnite'These teens make six figures playing 'Fortnite'These teens make six figures playing 'Fortnite'JUST WATCHEDThese teens make six figures playing ‘Fortnite’ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

These teens make six figures playing ‘Fortnite’ 02:58TODAY’S WEATHERStrong storms target Midwest, tropical system brews in the CaribbeanStrong storms target Midwest, tropical system brews in the Caribbeandaily weather forecast minnesota tornado tropical development caribbean california heat_00003404JUST WATCHEDStrong storms target Midwest, tropical system brews in the CaribbeanReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH

Strong storms target Midwest, tropical system brews in the Caribbean 01:42AND FINALLYSo…hungry…nowThis compilation of satisfying food machines hooked us at the bacon slicing and never let go. (Click here to view)

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