These are the headlines you Need2Know: * **Manafort Stands Trial:** Jury selection begins Tuesday in the trial of Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman. Manafort has been charged with 18 violations of tax and bank fraud, and prosecutors have also alleged that he concealed millions of dollars he earned while lobbying for Ukrainian officials. The trial is expected to last three weeks. For more information on the story, check out [CNN]( * **Firefighters Get Defensive in Northern California:** Changing weather patterns sparked more fires in Northern California. There are 17 fires burning in what may be the most destructive wildfire season in California history. Fire officials said Monday they were optimistic the fires could be contained. See the latest pictures of the blazes [here]( * **Carmelo Anthony Leaves Atlanta:** Melo returned $2.4 million to the NBA's Atlanta Hawks, allowing him to sign with the Houston Rockets. Even after his worst season in his NBA career, Melo is still expected to receive most of his $27.9 million salary from the Rockets. For more, check out [ESPN]( * **The Summer of Trump:** President Donald Trump said on Monday he would meet with Iranian officials “whenever they want," more than a week after threatening Iran's leaders in a bellicose tweet. Trump pulled the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal in May. Trump had threatened North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in tweets before sitting down with Kim in Singapore in June to try to curb the North Korean leader's nuclear ambitions. For more, [read here]( * **Should Americans “Sleep Well Tonight”?:** More than a month after the Singapore summit, the [Washington Post]( obtained satellite images that show North Korea is developing ballistic missiles in a suburb outside of Pyongyang. The construction does not technically violate the any of the points that the two leaders discussed in June, but it may indicate that North Korea is trying to deceive the United States, according to American intelligence agencies. Cheddar's Jill Wagner gets into the latest. Subscribe to the Need2Know newsletter [here](

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