Top 5 On the Go: Thursday July 2
Whether you're on your way home from work or just relaxing on the couch, here are the top five stories you need to know about right now -- listen in!
1. IMF warns of huge financial hole as Greek vote looms
Officials on Thursday laid out major budget changes Greece needs to make, just days before citizens decide the fate of their nation.
2. Where Jim Webb stands on hot-button issues
The former senator who announced his presidential bid on Thursday has strong positions on foreign policy that set him apart from his Democratic rivals.
3. New espionage reports put strain on US-German relations
Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman said on Thursday the latest reports that the U.S. spied on more senior government officials are being taken very seriously.
4. Smoke subsides in hazardous train derailment
Officials said Thursday smoke finally stopped rising from the site where a train carrying toxic materials caught fire, forcing 5,000 people to evacuate.
5. Official says ISIS leader was killed in US drone strike
The Pentagon said Thursday a coalition airstrike in Syria targeted and killed a senior ISIS leader, who has been responsible for moving fighters and weapons from Libya to Syria.
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