'Nightline' Daily Line, Aug. 1: Chick-Fil-A Fans Flock for Appreciation Day

Military Base Toxic Water Investigation

3:55 p.m. ET: Five weeks after "Nightline" reported on the decades-long attempt to secure health benefits for Marines and their families sickened by contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune, residents are finally getting the help they need, 30 years later.

The House of Representatives approved the Janey Ensminger Act on Tuesday, which will provide health care to those who lived or worked at the North Carolina military base for at least 30 days from 1957 to 1987.

Read the full story HERE

In June, "Nightline" aired an investigation in the water contaimination at Camp Lejeune. Watch what former Marines and their family shared with us HERE:

2:10 p.m. ET: Should you get the current iPhone or wait for the new one? Why ABC tech editor Joanna Stern says you should wait:

1:17 p.m. ET: DEVELOPING: Nearly 600,000 supporters signed up to celebrate Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day today, which former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee created to counter a boycott launched by gay marriage activists last week after Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy said he was "guilty as charged" for not supporting gay marriage.

Credit: Mike Huckabee/Facebook

Read the full story HERE

11:40 a.m. ET: In an interview with "Nightline," celebrity stylist Brad Goreski talked about his whirlwind world as a sought-after celebrity stylist and offered these style tips for the summer season. Watch his video HERE:

10:06 a.m. ET: The Chinese badminton team tried to lose to win. And now they have been thrown out of the Olympics. It was a stunt so glaring, so obvious that the crowds jeered and the referees tried to intervene.

Read Jeffery Kofman's full story HERE to find out what happened

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