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The White House says President Trump is "voicing his frustration" with a series of tweets against Omarosa Manigault-Newman. When asked about the harsh tone, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said today Trump's tweets reflect Omarosa's allegations and "complete lack of integrity." Trump escalated the rhetoric today calling her a "lowlife" and a "dog."        Stocks are higher today on Wall Street. At the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 112 points to close at 25-299. The Nasdaq rose 51 points to 78-70. The S&P 500 gained 18 points to 28-39.       Italian officials say at least 30 people are dead after a large section of a bridge collapsed in the northern port city of Genoa. The section of the highway bridge fell 300-feet during a strong storm onto buildings and railroad tracks below. Italy's transport minister called the collapse an "enormous tragedy."       Flash flood watches are in effect for parts of the Northeast as heavy rain continues to pound the region. Rising water levels have turned roads into fast-moving streams and some neighborhoods into swamps. First responders rescued people from apartments outside Philadelphia after a foot of water swept into their homes.        The FBI is warning that high-tech crooks are hacking ATMs and cleaning them out of cash. The scam involves hacking a bank card processor and using the info to drain the funds. Cybersecurity blog Krebs On Security reports a similar scheme netted criminals more than two-million dollars from a Virginia bank in 2016 and 2017.       Tributes to the "Queen of Soul" continue to pour in from fans around the world. This, after it was confirmed yesterday that Detroit-native Aretha Franklin is gravely ill and in hospice care. Last night at Ford Field, Beyonce and Jay-Z dedicated their concert to Franklin, saying, "We love you" and thanking her for her beautiful music.