Today is day two of the NATO summit in Belgium.
President Trump shook things up yesterday by publicly demanding member states significantly increase their defense spending.
He also accused Germany of being too close with Russia.
Tonight, he heads to London for a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May as well as Queen Elizabeth.
Trump administration works to reunite children separated from their families
The Trump administration says all children under the age of 5 who were eligible will be reunited with their parents in the United States today.
Government attorneys told a US District Judge in San Diego they need more time to track down parents who have already been deported.
The deadline for reuniting parents with older child is July 26th.
Papa John's founder apologizes for racial slur
The founder of Papa John's Pizza is apologizing for using a racial slur during a conference call.
The conference call with a marketing agency was meant to improve John Schnatter's image.
His name is now being removed from a gym he donated 800 thousand dollars to for restoration.
He is also giving up his seat on the University of Louisville Board of Trustees and has resigned as Chairman of the Board of Papa John's.
Alaska plane crash rescue
The pilot of a small plane that crashed in Alaska is speaking out.
He told investigators bad weather caused him to get disoriented before the plane crashed.
A rescue team brought back all eleven survivors in one trip.
One passenger was critically injured, while four have been transferred to a Seattle hospital, but all are expected to survive.
Emmy Awards nominees announced today
The nominations for the 70th Annual Emmy awards will be announced this morning
Samira Wiley and Ryan Eggold will make the announcements.
While the awards show doesn't air until the fall, Hollywood will be waiting to see who will receive nominations for best actress, actor, drama, comedy, limited series and more.