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Trump suggests Clinton emails led to death...At least 740 flights canceled...Boy suffered neck injury

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is suggesting that Hillary Clinton's emails may be responsible for the death of an Iranian nuclear scientist who was executed for spying for the United States. Trump has tweeted that "many people" suggest the Iranians killed the scientist because of Clinton's hacked emails. He didn't say which people he meant. Clinton's campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

DALLAS (AP) — The number of flights Delta has had to cancel due to a computer system outage has grown to at least 740. And a flight tracking service says more than 2,400 takeoffs have been delayed. The airline's systems went down worldwide after a power outage. Delta representatives say they're further investigating the cause of the meltdown.

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Kansas City, Kansas, police say a 10-year-old boy who was killed while riding the world's tallest water slide died of a neck injury. Police say Caleb Schwab was one of three passengers in a boat on the water slide Sunday. Police say two women who also were in the boat — but not related to the boy — sustained minor facial injuries and were treated at area hospitals.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Authorities in San Francisco are trying to figure out if someone was intentionally trying to target children by bringing gummy candies that were likely marijuana edibles to a birthday party. Nineteen people including a 6-year-old were hospitalized after consuming the gummies.

NEW YORK (AP) —Sunday was a bounce-back night for NBC in ratings for the Olympics in Rio. Katie Ledecky, Michael Phelps and the American women's gymnastics team pushed almost 30 million people to watch the network's prime-time telecast. That's higher than Friday's opening ceremony and nine million more than Saturday's lackluster first night of competition.

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