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KNOW IT ALL: Wednesday’s Top 7 Stories at NBC News

Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:

1. GOP Hits Clinton as Party Zeroes in on Common Foe

On the night Donald Trump officially became the nominee of the party of Abraham Lincoln, the GOP's top leaders laid out their case for his election: Have you seen Hillary Clinton? The Democratic nominee on Tuesday, perhaps even more than Trump, was again the star of the convention even as the night was tentatively themed "Make America Work Again" and focused on the economy. Read more in POLITICS.

Christie Defends 'Prosecution' of Clinton in Speech 1:21

2. New Details About Writing of Melania Trump’s Speech

The original draft of her Republican National Convention speech did not include the section that appears to have been lifted from Michelle Obama's 2008 convention speech, according to documents obtained exclusively by NBC News. Read more in POLITICS.

WATCH: Michelle and Melania's Convention Speeches Side-by-Side 0:30

3. Trump Son’s Speechwriter Defends Recycling Lines

Donald Trump Jr. in his headline address at the RNC delivered a near-exact repetition of a small part of an American Conservative article written by F.H. Buckley, titled "Trump vs. the New Class." The similarity was first noted in a tweet from The Daily Show, and it soon picked up traction on Twitter. Read more in POLITICS.

4. Florida May Have Its First Zika Virus Outbreak

If it's confirmed, it would be the first evidence that Zika has spread to mosquitoes in the continental U.S. All cases up to now have been in people who traveled to Zika-affected regions or their sexual partners. Read more in HEALTH.

5. Could This Wing Flap Be From Missing MH370?

Investigators searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner on Wednesday released images of a suspected wing flap found last month just off the coast of Tanzania. Read more in NEWS.

6. Garry Marshall, Creator of ‘Happy Days,’ Dies at 81

Marshall, the legendary writer and director who created several wildly popular television programs, died Tuesday at a hospital in Burbank, California, of complications from pneumonia after having a stroke. Read more in POP CULTURE.

7. Crane Collapses on New York Bridge, Injures 4

A large crane being used to construct the new Tappan Zee Bridge collapsed Tuesday, blocking all lanes for hours on the span it is replacing, closing the traffic artery and injuring four people. Read more at NBC NEW YORK.

Nightly Spotlight

Donald Trump uses Twitter to galvanize millions, as news travels at warp speed across social platforms — all part of an election cycle where social media has dictated the rules.

Tom Brokaw Examines Social Media as a Force in 2016 Election 2:07