Today in History for Aug. 4: Britain declares war on Germany in WW1; 3 civil rights workers slain in Miss.
Headline Surfer YouTube download / AP video / Highlights of this day in history: Nazi police arrest Anne Frank and family; Britain declares war on Germany in World War I; Three civil rights workers found slain in Mississippi; The Bordens axed to death; Jazz great Louis Armstrong born. (Aug. 4)
Headline Surfer YouTube download / AP video / A Michigan judge who held an extraordinary hearing before sentencing sports doctor Larry Nassar to prison for sexually assaulting female athletes refused to disqualify herself from the case Friday if higher courts send it back to fix any errors. (Aug. 3)
Headline Surfer YouTubbe download / AP video / AP reporter Chad Day highlights the first week of the Paul Manafort trial, which saw one of Manafort's tax preparers admit that she helped disguise $900,000 in foreign income as a loan in order to reduce his tax burden. (Aug. 3)
Headline Surfer YouTube download / AP video / Several months after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, police say they are closing their investigation without answering the key question: What drove a gunman to unleash gunfire that killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more? (Aug. 3)
Headline Surfer YouTubbe download / AP video / At a press conference in Los Angeles, actor Scott Baio states that he took five polygraph tests to show he didn't molest his former "Charles in Charge" co-star Nicole Eggert. Eggert filed a police report against Baio in February, claiming he sexually assaulted her while she was a teenager and working with him on the 1980s sitcom. (Aug. 3)
Headline Surfer YouTube download / AP video / Ohio State University students and football fans are split over the school's decision to put football coach Urban Meyer on paid administrative leave as it investigates a domestic violence case that led to the firing one of his assistants. (Aug. 2)