Here are the 5 Things You Need To Know for the morning of July 20th.
- Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. The glioblastoma is associated with a blood clot that McCain had removed from above his left eye last Friday.
- OJ Simpson will be back in front of the cameras as he pleads with a parole board on live TV. After serving the minimum 9 years of his 33 year sentence, the 70-year-old will look to be released in October if approved.
- A veteran and former Jamestown police officer was awarded more than $170,000 in pay, damages, and legal fees after accusing the department of unfair treatment over his service in the Army Reserve.
- The Turkish state news gave away the locations of 10 U.S. military bases and outposts in northern Syria putting U.S. troops potentially in harms way. The move is believed to be motivated by the Turkish government looking to keep the Pentagon from arming a Kurdish militia that the Turks see as a direct threat.
- A uniformed officer in Virginia was denied service at a McDonalds after paying because the drive-thru worker said “I ain’t serving no police.”