Wondering how this coming week will shape up? Here's a look ahead at some of the events on tap.
|Monday, July 9: Malware-Infected Computers to Lose Internet|
The FBI's temporary Internet servers will go dark Monday, leaving thousands of unsuspecting malware-infected individuals without online access. What temporary Internet servers, you ask? They might have been connecting you to Facebook, YouTube, and -- ahem! -- ABCNews.com for the last month, and you didn't even know it. Really. Why is this happening? It all has to do with a piece of computer malware called DNS Changer.
|Monday, July 9: American Academy of Pediatrics Publishes Child Health Research|
Some of the findings include "children who have a dog or cat or are around dogs and cats during the first year of life are healthier and have fewer respiratory infections than children without contact with these animal."
|Tuesday, July 10: MLB All-Star Game|
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game takes place at the Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. The teams are comprised of players from the American League and National League.
|Wednesday, July 11: ESPY Sports Awards|
The 2012 ESPYs (Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Awards), honoring the best in sports are scheduled to take place in Los Angeles. The show will be hosted by comedian Rob Riggle.
|Thursday, July 12-15: US Green Party Holds Presidential Candidate Nomination Convention|
|Thursday, July 12-15: Comic-Con Convention in San Diego, Calif.|
The biggest exhibition of its kind for comic book fans will take place in San Diego.
|Saturday, July 14: Bastille Day|
The holiday commemorates France and French democracy with festivities around the world.