Top 5 On the Go: Tuesday July 7
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.
1. Report says US Army to downsize troops over next two years
The Pentagon plans to cut 40,000 troops, according to a report out Tuesday, as it looks to absorb a $1 trillion reduction in defense spending over the next decade.
2. US raises concerns over detention of activists in Cuba
The State Department said Tuesday the detention of some 100 peaceful activists in Cuba was "concerning." This comes as as the two countries are trying to rebuild diplomatic relations.
3. San Francisco shooting suspect appears in court amid immigration furor
A convicted felon who has been deported to Mexico five times pleaded not guilty on Tuesday in the seemingly random murder of a San Francisco woman last week. The case gained national attention after GOP presidential contender Donald Trump referenced it in relation to border security.
4. EU on the Greek debt crisis: We're 'prepared for everything'
The European Commission president said on Tuesday officials are ready for all possibilities as Greece struggles to save its financial situation -- including a Grexit.
5. Subway suspends ties with spokesman after home raid
The restaurant chain said in a statement on Tuesday it was "very concerned" after FBI investigators searched Jared Fogle's home and removed electronics from the property.