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There could have been three more mass shootings if these men weren't stopped, authorities say

Authorities over the weekend announced they had foiled three potential mass shootings after arresting three men in different states who expressed interest in or threatened to carry them out. All three cases were brought to authorities' attention thanks to tips from the public. — CNN

President Trump slams Fox News over recent polling

President Trump criticized Fox News on Sunday over its recent polling, saying he doesn't "believe" the polls in recent days that have suggested he's losing ground to Democratic rivals and his disapproval rating is on the rise. "I don't know what's happening with Fox," he told reporters as he prepared to leave New Jersey, saying he doesn't "believe" the polls. — The Hill

'Pure cuteness': Doggy Con draws hundreds of dressed-up dogs, from Yoda to Starbucks cups

Atlanta’s scorching August heat didn’t stop Megan Nelson from slipping on a long faux fur coat and dressing up like Cruella de Vil for her first Doggy Con convention, a pet event for costumed canines inspired by the upcoming Dragon Con convention. Doggy Con drew hundreds of dog owners and spectators Saturday to an Atlanta park for their own small cosplay convention, dressing up like fictional characters from video games, movies and other corners of the pop culture universe. For Nelson, that meant strutting and posing for photos alongside her dog Darla, a young chocolate Labrador Retriever mix sporting a Dalmatian costume. — The Associated Press via USA Today

Surprise! It's not kidney stones, it's triplets. Brother says shooting star wish came true

Dannette Giltz had suffered kidney stones and pregnancy labor. This time the pains got confused. The South Dakota mom of two went to the hospital earlier this month believing she would need kidney stones surgery. "I started getting pains. I figured it was kidney stones because I've went through them before," Giltz told KOTA-TV. Instead, she had a different surgery altogether, and came away with son Blaze and daughters Gypsy and Nikki, delivered at 34 weeks. Each weighed about four pounds. — USA Today

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