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First Lady Melania Trump wants a solution to the Trump administration policy of separating immigrant children from their parents. A statement from her spokeswoman said the first lady "hates to see children separated from their families." Mrs. Trump also hopes that both sides of the aisle can come together to solve the problem. While she thinks that the country needs to follow the law, she also believes that the U.S. needs to be "a country that governs with heart."       President Trump is ripping the FBI after the Justice Department watchdog report that was critical of the Bureau's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. On Twitter, Trump attacked FBI agent Peter Strzok [[ struck ]] for exchanging anti-Trump texts with his girlfriend. Strzok worked on the Clinton investigation and the Russia probe. Trump called the Russia investigation "discredited" and a team of "13 angry & conflicted Democrats."        Authorities are investigating a shooting that left 22 people hurt at a New Jersey art festival. Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri [[ oh-NOH-free ]] said a "neighborhood beef" was likely behind yesterday's shooting at the Arts All Night festival in Trenton. Two of the suspects are identified as 33-year-old Tahaij Wells and 23-year-old Amir Armstrong. Wells has died and Armstrong is currently in stable condition in the hospital. The third suspect is also reportedly in the hospital.        A man claiming Roundup weedkiller gave him cancer is going to trial against the agrochemical giant Monsanto. Today, 46-year-old Dewayne Johnson will go head-to-head against the company after hundreds of cancer patients have sued Monsanto previously. In 2015, the World Health Organization reported that a key ingredient called glyphosate is "probably carcinogenic to humans." Monsanto insists that Roundup doesn't cause cancer.        Celebrations in Mexico City after a stunning win over Germany in the World Cup are literally shaking up the town. Mexico beat the heavily favored German team yesterday and when they did, earth-shaking celebrations broke out. The celebrations were so intense two of the city's earthquake sensors were triggered.        A Bay Area brewer is unveiling a unique new beer. Barebottle Brewing Company calls it "LeBron Tears" and says the IPA is made from LeBron James tears after the Cleveland Cavaliers' soul-crushing loss to the Golden State Warriors.