Want to know where Donald Trump stands on immigration this week? Missed the latest headline on Colin Kaepernick's protest?
NBC News has you covered with those stories and the week's other top news — in the form of five charts:
1. Trump Recommits to Hard-Line Stance on Immigration in Speech
Donald Trump's self-declared "softening" on immigration is gone, replaced by a recommitment to a hard-line policy that could best be described as mass deportation. Shouting his remarks to a fired-up crowd in Arizona, Trump pledged a maximal approach that would target every undocumented immigrant in the country without mercy. "There will be no amnesty," Trump said. "Our message to the world will be this: You cannot obtain legal status or become a citizen of the United States by illegally entering our country." The speech came just hours after Trump appeared in Mexico, where he struck a more conciliatory tone after meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
2. One Dead As Hurricane Hermine Wallops Florida, Knocks Out Power to 250K
Hurricane Hermine made landfall on Florida's northwest coast early Friday, toppling trees and utility lines, cutting power to tens of thousands and leaving at least one person dead. The Category 1 hurricane roared ashore from the Gulf of Mexico near St. Marks, south of Tallahassee, with sustained winds of 80 mph at around 1:30 a.m. ET.
3. FBI Releases Notes From Interview With Hillary Clinton Over Emails
The FBI on Friday released notes from its interview with Hillary Clinton and the investigation into her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. The controversy over Clinton's private email server — and the deletion of about half of her emails because her attorneys deemed them personal in nature — has dogged Clinton throughout her presidential run. It has led to ongoing questions about her trustworthiness and an appearance of entitlement. The release detailed the FBI's 3 1/2-hour interview with Clinton on July 2 and the FBI's memo to the Justice Department recommending that no one be prosecuted.
4. Actor Gene Wilder, Star of 'Young Frankenstein,' 'Willy Wonka,' Dies at 83
Gene Wilder, the frizzy-haired star of such comedy classics as "Young Frankenstein," "Blazing Saddles" and "The Producers" has died. He was 83. Wilder succumbed Sunday to complications from Alzheimer's disease at his home in Stamford, Connecticut while music from one of his favorite performers, Ella Fitzgerald, played in the background, his nephew confirmed to NBC News. Brooks said Wilder was "One of the truly great talents of our time" in a post on Twitter and that the actor "blessed every film we did with his magic & he blessed me with his friendship."
5. Colin Kaepernick's Anthem Protest Spreads
San Francisco 49ers star Colin Kaepernick is putting his money where his mouth is — pledging to donate $1 million to community organizations Thursday. Kaepernick's anthem protest spread as the quarterback was joined by teammate Eric Reid in taking a knee before their preseason game against the Chargers. Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane also sat during the national anthem before his team's preseason game against the Raiders Thursday. Kaepernick has been taking flak from all directions — from fans, teammates and former coaches to police associations and Donald Trump — for sitting during the national anthem before a preseason game last week. But former service members got behind the embattled athlete on Tuesday with the hashtag #VeteransForKaepernick.
On a Light Note: Highlights From the 2016 MTV VMAs
The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards kicked off in high-gear with an energetic performance from Rihanna. But one of the night's most anticipated events was the return of Britney Spears to the VMAs stage after a nearly decade-long wait. And Beyonce, wearing a long white ruffled frock took to the stage to perform a riveting medley from her now-iconic video album "Lemonade."