The Latest: Theater shooting victim's mom: 'I cry every day'

In this image made from Colorado Judicial Department video, James Holmes, fifth from left in dark shirt, sits in court on the first day of penalty phase 3 in his trial, in Centennial, Colo., on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. The jury in the Colorado theater shooting trial will hear even more heart-wrenching testimony from those who lost loved ones in the attack, as prosecutors begin their final push to have Holmes sentenced to death. (Colorado Judicial Department via AP, Pool)CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — The latest in the sentencing phase of the Colorado theater shooting trial (all times local):



New disc matches Elvis Presley with Royal Philharmonic

This CD cover image released by RCA shows "If I Can Dream," a release by Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. A new CD scheduled for release in November 2015 will unite the music of Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on songs like "Burning Love" and "Love Me Tender." The album, to be formally announced Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015, also features a duet with Michael Buble on "Fever" and appearances by the singers Il Volo and guitarist Duane Eddy. (RCA via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — A new CD scheduled for release in November will unite the music of Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on songs like "Burning Love" and "Love Me Tender."



Famed country producer Billy Sherrill dies at age 78

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country record producer and songwriter Billy Sherrill, who helped create the smooth "countrypolitan" sound of the 1960s and 1970s, has died. He was 78.
Netflix to give workers with babies a year of paid leave

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Netflix is giving new parents on its payroll up to a year of paid leave in a move that could pressure other technology employers to improve their baby benefits as they vie for talent.
Trump, an unknown quantity in first Republican debate

US presidential hopeful Donald Trump addresses the press at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on July 10, 2015As nine candidates prepare to take their place Thursday alongside Donald Trump for the first Republican presidential debate, a question looms: how does one deal with a rival whose bombast is part of his DNA? The real-estate tycoon turned White House contender is also the United States' most prolific political insult generator, imposing a sense of must-see-TV on the opening duel of the 2016 cycle. Trump has trumped many who have spent years meticulously preparing for this moment -- writing memoirs or policy books, espousing causes, polishing their image and courting wealthy donors.





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