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Self Driving Car Death
In this image from video, Frank Baressi speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at his home in Palm Harbor, Fla. Thursday, June 30, 2016. Baressi, 62, was the driver of the truck that was hit by a Tesla that Joshua D. Brown, of Canton, Ohio, was operating in self-driving mode, and who was killed in the May 7 accident in Williston, Fla. Baressi said the driver was "playing Harry Potter on the TV screen” at the time of the crash and driving so quickly that “he went so fast through my trailer I didn’t see him.” (AP Photo/Tamara Lush)
China Communist Party Anniversary
Chinese President Xi Jinping, 10th from left in first row, delivers his speech during a celebration ceremony to mark the 95th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Friday, July 1, 2016. (How Hwee Young/Pool Photo via AP)
Self Driving Car Death
FILE - In this Monday, April 25, 2016, file photo, a man sits behind the steering wheel of a Tesla Model S electric car on display at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition in Beijing. Federal officials say the driver of a Tesla S sports car using the vehicle’s “autopilot” automated driving system has been killed in a collision with a truck, the first U.S. self-driving car fatality. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said preliminary reports indicate the crash occurred when a tractor-trailer made a left turn in front of the Tesla at a highway intersection. NHTSA said the Tesla driver died due to injuries sustained in the crash, which took place on May 7 in Williston, Fla. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein, File)
France World War I
War graves are lit during a military-led vigil on the eve of the centenary of the Battle of the Somme at the Thiepval Memorial in France, where 70,000 British and Commonwealth soldiers are commemorated, Thursday June 30, 2016. (Steve Parsons/Pool via AP)
Joint-Base Andrews Lockdown
Security personnel patrol outside the Malcolm Grow Medical facility on Andrews AFB in Morningside, Md., when the base was placed on lockdown about 9 a.m. after an active shooter was reported, Thursday, June 30, 2016. Officials say reports of an active shooter at the military post stemmed from someone who made a distress call Thursday after seeing security forces doing a routine inspection. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post via AP) /The Washington Post via AP) WASHINGTON TIMES OUT; NEW YORK TIMES OUT;THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER AND USA TODAY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT
Joint-Base Andrews Lockdown
Security personnel patrol outside the Malcolm Grow Medical facility on Andrews AFB in Morningside, Md., when the base was placed on lockdown about 9 a.m. after an active shooter was reported, Thursday, June 30, 2016. Officials say reports of an active shooter at the military post stemmed from someone who made a distress call Thursday after seeing security forces doing a routine inspection. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post via AP) /The Washington Post via AP) WASHINGTON TIMES OUT; NEW YORK TIMES OUT;THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER AND USA TODAY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT