• People Leave Clinton Rally After Sanders Endorsement
People Leave Clinton Rally After Sanders Endorsement

The campaign rally was held in New Hampshire, where Sanders pummeled Clinton in the state's primary earlier this year. "The Democratic Party's platform is now basically a monument to Bernie's campaign", says Daniela Perdomo, a tech entrepreneur and member of Sanders' online volunteer community, who built the website FeeltheBern.org past year.

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  • Bush trashes Trump on eve of GOP convention
Bush trashes Trump on eve of GOP convention

Mike Pence and his wife Karen arrive to meet with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at Trump Tower in New York, Friday, July 15, 2016. Cruz dropped out shortly thereafter. Trump has sometimes come at-odds with many parts of the Republican platform, including free trade and an anti-abortion stance. "He's a Democrat, he's a progressi...

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  • Portman's Ohio campaign a sharp contrast to Trump's
Portman's Ohio campaign a sharp contrast to Trump's

Despite the overwhelming lead held by Clinton , fully 19 percent of those surveyed still said they were undecided between Clinton and Trump . The suggestion is that even as voters have grown less likely to say that they plan to support Clinton , they're not themselves saying they will move to Trump - and they're not seeing movement to T...

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  • Officers involved in Castile shooting were classmates at MSU
Officers involved in Castile shooting were classmates at MSU

Castile", Minneapolis attorney Thomas Kelly said Saturday. The 32-year-old school cafeteria supervisor told officers during a traffic stop that he had a gun in the auto and a permit to use it, and one of them shot him when he reached for his wallet, according to his girlfriend, who live-streamed video of the immediate aftermath on Facebook ....

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  • Delegates from the Valley gearing up to fly to Republican convention
Delegates from the Valley gearing up to fly to Republican convention

At campaign events, "If it gets a little boring, if I see people starting to sort of, maybe thinking about leaving, I can sort of tell the audience, I just say, 'We will build the wall!' and they go nuts", Trump told the editorial board of the New York Times .

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  • Donald Trump introduces Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as running mate
Donald Trump introduces Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as running mate

Pence, a strong religious conservative warrior, said he was "Grateful to God for his incredible grace. and grateful to this builder, this fighter, this patriotic American who has set aside a legendary career in business to put together a stronger America, Donald J.

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  • Low-key Trump intro for 'my partner,' running mate Pence
Low-key Trump intro for 'my partner,' running mate Pence

But he talked about Trump, Ted, then he went back to Trump. With a little more clarity than Trump has demonstrated, he said any change in U.S. policy would be temporary and meant to give the government a chance to evaluate and vet prospective immigrants from terror-torn parts of the globe.

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  • Trump insists Pence was 'my first choice from the start'
Trump insists Pence was 'my first choice from the start'

Pence then delivered a classic vice presidential stump speech of fulsome praise for the top of the ticket. In September 2008, Pence, then a US House member, argued against the $US700 billion ($A920.27 billion) package to stabilise the US financial system, saying it would "nationalise nearly every bad mortgage in America".

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  • Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick confronts Obama about word choices on police issues
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick confronts Obama about word choices on police issues

Asked about the " hypocrites " remark in a subsequent CNN interview - also last Friday - Patrick said , "Maybe it's the wrong choice of a word". "You don't say "No" to the President, but we might have said "No" to each other if the president hadn't been the one who convened us", said Esserman.

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  • Iran deal has 'succeeded' one year on, Obama says
Iran deal has 'succeeded' one year on, Obama says

If Trump and his surrogates mention the Iran deal at all at the GOP convention next week in Cleveland, they are sure to continue bashing it as a way to attack the foreign policy of President Barack Obama and of Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and Trump's Democratic opponent.

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  • Will celebrities be attending the Republican National Convention?
Will celebrities be attending the Republican National Convention?

A group of Republicans is rallying together in an attempt to stop Donald Trump from gaining the party's nomination at their convention next week. "The Trump people realized the power to change anything is in the rules committee", said Louis Pope, a national committeeman from Maryland, where all 38 delegates are pledged to support Trump.

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  • Angry mob pelts South Korean prime minister
Angry mob pelts South Korean prime minister

South Korean First Vice Foreign Minister Lim Sung-nam agreed to bolster trilateral cooperation for Pyongyang's denuclearization in a meeting with his US and Japanese counterparts on Thursday in Honolulu, Hawaii. Seoul's National Intelligence Service says it has no relations with Ko's case. It wasn't immediately known whether and when he'll be pu...

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  • Pence campaign logo is raising eyebrows
Pence campaign logo is raising eyebrows

He and Trump are not that far apart on immigration, though: He's consistently opposed immigration reform and a path to citizenship, argued in favor of mass deportations and revoking citizenship for children of immigrants. Last year, Pence captured national attention for making it legal for businesses to refuse service to gay and lesbian customers...

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  • Christie ally guilty, squeezed airline for route to 2nd home
Christie ally guilty, squeezed airline for route to 2nd home

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A growing list of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's allies have pleaded guilty or have been charged in schemes involving their relationships at the powerful agency that runs airports, bridges and tunnels in NY and New Jersey, though Christie, a close ally of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald, faces no accusations...

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  • Paul Ryan's Advice For Trump's VP? 'Get Thick Skin'
Paul Ryan's Advice For Trump's VP? 'Get Thick Skin'

On trade agreements - which Trump frequently rails against - Ryan was also optimistic. Another Wisconsin Republican Friday also spoke highly of Pence. A Republican asking a Republican politician how they can "morally justify" supporting racists sounds like a plant, but let's presume we've found one of the few remaining voices of party sanity and ...

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  • Egypt's pro-army media jump gun, welcome Turkey coup
Egypt's pro-army media jump gun, welcome Turkey coup

Gen. Dundar was appointed acting military chief overnight, and on Saturday said that Turkey had "displayed a historic cooperation between the government and the people". Gulen's movement promotes a version of Islam that embraces science, education and interfaith dialogue, earning him millions of followers but also the suspicion of many in Turkey's...

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  • U.S. Declassifies 28 Pages of Congress's Inquiry Into 9/11 Attacks
U.S. Declassifies 28 Pages of Congress's Inquiry Into 9/11 Attacks

Former Florida Sen. Bob Graham, the former chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and co-chair of the bipartisan joint congressional inquiry, recently told " 60 Minutes " he believed the hijackers had connections and support from the Saudi government, as well as wealthy individuals and charities.

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  • Indiana Democratic Party comments on Trump's selection of Pence
Indiana Democratic Party comments on Trump's selection of Pence

As Pence arrived for a private meeting with Trump Friday, he told reporters he "couldn't be more happy for the opportunity to run with and serve with the next president of the United States ". Trump won the state anyway, and Cruz dropped out of the Republican race. Jim Bopp, an influential conservative attorney who has previously advised Pence, ...

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  • North Korea's Missile Test Unsuccessful
North Korea's Missile Test Unsuccessful

US military officials said two Musudan missiles were launched from Wonsan, North Korea, and were tracked over the Sea of Japan, where they fell. The new launch came after Seoul and Washington Friday announced their decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence system, or THAAD, to the Korean peninsula and the North warned U.S.

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  • ISIS claims responsibility for Bastille Day attack in Nice
ISIS claims responsibility for Bastille Day attack in Nice

The Syria- and Iraq-based group also known as ISIS and ISIL said in a statement Saturday via its formal news agency, Amaq , that the "person who carried out the operation in Nice, France, to run down people was one of the soldiers of Islamic State".

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