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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a rally in Winston-Salem, N.C.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders asked his supporters to act courteously, but they booed loudly at virtually every mention of Hillary Clinton’s name and defiantly chanted “Bernie! Bernie! Bernie!”
Looming over the convention are leaked DNC emails that showed committee staff apparently scheming to help Clinton defeat Sanders to win the party’s nomination. DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who announced plans to resign after taking heavy criticism, stayed offstage.
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Warren has staked out her place as an agitating insider who could wield singular power over Democratic politics and the party’s agenda no matter who wins the presidency.
The Florida congresswoman led the DNC longer than any other chair in 50 years, despite an aura of doom that surrounded her through most of her tenure.
Scattered thunderstorms remain possible this evening until just after sunset, but so far the strongest activity has been limited to the north and west of the metro area.
Demarko Wheeler, 24, had been charged in connection with a stolen-car case in the District. He was charged Sunday with first- and second-degree murder in the death of 68-year-old Alonzo Jackson.
At the Democratic National Convention, Virginia’s governor used his plan to restore voting rights to about 200,000 felons to rally the party’s liberal base.
The outside linebacker tore an Achilles' tendon before he logged any time on the field last season. The same thing just happened — to his other leg.
Prosecutors had sought a sentence of at least five years for Phanta Daramy, a nursing aide. But a Montgomery County judge said she was striking a balance between the ­victim’s vulnerability and Daramy’s lack of criminal convictions.
The customer was served beer and whiskey in Rockville, which triggered a deadly series of events last December.
Investigators found the vehicle and home Friday "fully engulfed in flames," police said.
They are among the 500 D.C. Public Schools students who have summer internships with the White House, the Washington Nationals, Microsoft and elsewhere.
In the kind of incident that is extremely rare in Japan, the attack targeted a facility for people with disabilities outside Tokyo, Japanese media reported.
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“I think I might have more Indian blood than a lot of the so-called Indians,” Trump said in 1993 as he waged an aggressive war on the Native American casino industry, which posed a threat to his own gambling empire.
After refusing to take off the pin, Andrea Burton was convicted of contempt of court. Now, her community is trying to decide whether she was exercising her right to freedom of expression or displaying a political message unfitting of a court official.
Doctors initially suspected Guillain-Barré syndrome, which can cause rapid paralysis, or a cancer that was pressing on the spinal cord.
The British prince was speaking at a barbecue he hosted in honor of a mental health charity. Guests included some of Britain’s top athletes, who also spoke about their personal struggles. Harry was 12 when Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris in 1997.
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