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On this day in history, Marilyn Monroe acted in her first screen test

1788 - Prices plunged on the Paris stock market. 1848 - The Women's Rights Convention took place in Seneca Fall, NY. Bloomers were introduced at the convention.

India, Canada, China, Greece, Australia

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – India, a family of five was swept away from a popular picnic spot after a huge wave crashed down the river.

A designer has come up with a shoe lover's dream

JERUSALEM (FOX44) - An Israeli design student has come up with the answer for women who love to buy shoes. Sharon Golan, a fourth year design student, designed a way women can wear a different pair of shoes for each day.

Reporter who blew the whistle on tabloid phone hacking found dead in his home

ENGLAND (FOX44) - A reporter who was the whistleblower in the British phone hacking firestorm has been found dead. Police say Sean Hoare died at his home in England, but his death is not considered suspicious.

Casey Anthony keeping low key after release

ORLANDO, FL (FOX44) - Since walking out of prison early Sunday, Casey Anthony's whereabouts have been kept a secret. About 10 after midnight Sunday morning, Anthony walked out of jail with her attorney.

USA falls to Japan in Women's World Cup Finals

Sunday The Londoner went American with all the red, white and blue to support the USA Women's soccer team playing Japan in the World Cup Finals.

Egypt, The Netherlands, Croatia, Japan, Germany

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Egypt, the march is being organized by more than a dozen groups who say their revolution demands aren't being fulfilled. Most of the people are calling for Egypt’s interim Prime Minister to step down.

With deadline approaching, still no plan for debt ceiling

NATIONAL (FOX44) - We are less than a month away from the August 2nd deadline to raise the nation's debt ceiling, and there's still no plan on the table.

On this day in history, the most famous name in commercial flight is born

1806 - Lieutenant Zebulon Pike began his western expedition from Fort Belle Fountaine, near St. Louis, MO.

No one is above a TSA pat-down

CHICAGO, IL (FOX44) - No one is immune to the probing hands of the TSA. This includes former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, who got the pat-down at Chicago's O’Hare Airport Wednesday, July 13th.