• Sanders wins liberal influence over Democratic platform
Sanders wins liberal influence over Democratic platform

Though the extent of such movements are hard to measure, some frustrated Sanders supporters have repeatedly refuted any possibility of following the Vermont senator's lead when it comes to standing with Clinton in an effort to prevent a Trump presidency.

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  • Obamacare 2.0: Obama calls for revisiting the public option
Obamacare 2.0: Obama calls for revisiting the public option

In the journal article, Obama contends that GOP members' anti-health care law tactics have "come at a cost for the country, most notably for the estimated 4 million Americans left uninsured because they live in GOP-led states that have yet to expand Medicaid".

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  • All clear to Dallas after security scar
All clear to Dallas after security scar

He provided new details of how the gunman had been singing, laughing and asking how many officers he had killed during two hours of negotiations before he was killed by a bomb-equipped robot. Dallas detectives on Saturday were still piecing together a picture of Micah Xavier Johnson and whether he acted alone in his ambush of police or had allies ...

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  • Father, 2 Girls Shot And Killed In Hazel Crest
Father, 2 Girls Shot And Killed In Hazel Crest

Dionus Neely, 39, was gunned down along with Elle Neely, 10, and India Neely, 3. Officers from the Cook County Sheriff's office and the Hazel Crest Police Department went door-to-door in the area over the weekend, asking community members for information related to the ongoing investigation.

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  • Clinton says Dallas shooting an 'absolutely horrific event'
Clinton says Dallas shooting an 'absolutely horrific event'

He says in an early morning tweet: "Prayers and condolences to all of the families who are so thoroughly devastated by the horrors we are all watching take place in our country". "But we are not in the business of providing photo ops for our candidates". Last month, a Wisconsin event with President Barack Obama was pushed back following a terrorist...

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  • Beijing's Defiance in the South China Sea
Beijing's Defiance in the South China Sea

Many Western countries seem to think they already know the result of the arbitration - that China will lose. They have already started urging China to accept the ruling. Japan was an early supporter of the Philippines' pursuit of arbitration and says both China and the Philippines should abide by the outcome. It disregarded the essence and objectiv...

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  • Use of lethal force by a robot raises legal questions
Use of lethal force by a robot raises legal questions

Until a few days, the type of robot used to kill Johnson had been used only for non-lethal purposes such as dismantling and disposing of explosives. Dallas attack suspect Micah Xavier Johnson ultimately died when officers sent in a robot, rigged to explode, in the area he was in.

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  • Comey faces House committee over recommendation not to prosecute Clinton
Comey faces House committee over recommendation not to prosecute Clinton

Obama said he would continue to be "scrupulous" in his silence because FBI Director James Comey's comments at the start of this week - in which he said the former secretary of State was "extremely careless" in her handling of email on her personal email account - "could not have been more exhaustive".

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  • UK's Cameron to resign by Wednesday, May will be next prime minister
UK's Cameron to resign by Wednesday, May will be next prime minister

Graham Brady, the head of the party committee running the contest, said the party board would meet to discuss confirming May as the victor. Cameron announced his resignation after failing to convince voters to remain in the European Union in a June 23 referendum.

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  • Anti-violence protests spread around US
Anti-violence protests spread around US

In London, a 300-strong crowd brought Brixton to a standstill as a crowd chanting "black lives matter" and "hands up, don't shoot" took to the street. They had no fear of encounter and dialogue. Critics of the Black Lives Matter movement say that the group's rhetoric and tone have encouraged violence against police in St.

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  • Mexico tells Trump if he wants a wall, he can build it
Mexico tells Trump if he wants a wall, he can build it

Trump's website noted there are a number of ways to compel Mexico to pay for the border wall , including changing rules connected with transferring money out of the United States , trade tariffs, canceling visas, and increasing fees on visas.

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  • Dallas police receive new threat
Dallas police receive new threat

US President Barack Obama cautioned those protesting police killings of black Americans against blanket criticism on Sunday, saying the majority of officers in the force do a good job. To be sure, whites, Latinos, Asians and others have joined black Americans in decrying the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile in Min...

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  • Civilian who survived shooting was 4th victim
Civilian who survived shooting was 4th victim

Bailey was not able to offer a condition for the civilian who was shot in the arm. Bailey says the 44-year-old suspect, Larry Darnell Gordon, was at the courthouse for a hearing on multiple felony charges. Zangaro was head of court security. Snyder said he wanted to assure the Berrien County Sheriff's Department the use of various state resourc...

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  • Pikachu! Here comes the real test for Nintendo with Pokemon Go
Pikachu! Here comes the real test for Nintendo with Pokemon Go

Nintendo's stock is up 25 percent today as investors react to the worldwide phenomenon of Pokémon Go, the new mobile game that has captured the attention of fans around the globe, using augmented reality to turn the real world into a landscape for gaming.

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  • Bailiffs killed in Berrien County courthouse were both retired cops
Bailiffs killed in Berrien County courthouse were both retired cops

The wounded sheriff's deputy and several civilians also injured in the shooting are being treated at Lakeland Regional Medical Center, spokeswoman Jessica Hines said by telephone. The Michigan deputy sheriff was taken to a hospital in the far western corner of Berrien County. St. Joseph is a town on the shores of Lake Michigan, across the lake fr...

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  • Arizona GOP chairman scolds delegate who won't support Trump
Arizona GOP chairman scolds delegate who won't support Trump

So what exactly is happening this week in Cleveland? The convention's platform committee meets at the Huntington Convention Center - a downtown venue that will be transformed next weekend into a massive media filing center for reporters covering the convention.

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  • N. Korea vows to end diplomat communication channel with US
N. Korea vows to end diplomat communication channel with US

Pyongyang had earlier slammed the sanctions on Kim as a " declaration of war " and vowed to take strong retaliatory measures. All matters related to the United States , including the handling of USA citizens detained by Pyongyang, will be conducted under its "wartime law", the North's official KCNA news agency said.

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  • Dallas Police Chief: Shooter Left Message In Blood
Dallas Police Chief: Shooter Left Message In Blood

But Brown said Johnson hatched his plan to kill white police officers long before those events. Two civilians, including a woman shot while protecting her sons, who were injured talked about their experiences at a news conference on Sunday.

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  • Giants' Bumgarner loses no-hitter after 7 1/3 innings
Giants' Bumgarner loses no-hitter after 7 1/3 innings

Madison Bumgarner has a no-hitter through seven innings for the San Francisco Giants against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The right-hander, who beat San Francisco on April 18, is winless in his last four starts. Lopez dusted himself off from his splash entrance and got Lamb to hit a grounder up the middle that wasn t hit hard, but easily could have ...

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  • Use caution with fireworks this Independence Day
Use caution with fireworks this Independence Day

In fact, injuries due to fireworks skyrocket this time of year, with thousands of people nationwide winding up in the emergency room on or around the holiday. Dr. Uren says the safest way to enjoy fireworks is to watch a professional display. Perez says about one-third of all IL hospitals reported having to treat firework injuries between Jun...

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