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White said a key issue for her is getting rid of President Barack Obama's health-care law, something Trump has pledged to do. All of those words apply to Ted Cruz after the Republican senator from Texas was memorably booed off the stage Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and excoriated the next day by some of the GOP faithful.
  • Turkey Detains Top Aide to US-Based 'Coup Mastermind'

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    Furthermore, Turkish demands for Mr Gulen to be extradited from the United States to Turkey, which the Americans have dismissed (rightly so as there is no evidence to show that the cleric was behind the coup) could further strain relations between Ankara and Washington.
  • Email leak hurts Wasserman Schultz as she seeks re-election

    Email leak hurts Wasserman Schultz as she seeks re-election

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    Demands for her to step down reached a crescendo after WikiLeaks on Friday released nearly 20,000 DNC e-mails, some of which showed party leadership leaning in support of Clinton's presidential campaign during the Democratic primary, a longstanding complaint from Sanders.
  • Democratic party chair to step down following convention

    Democratic party chair to step down following convention

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    The emails could boost Sanders supporters' charge that the DNC was biased toward Clinton - a position Sanders himself underscored when he endorsed Wasserman Schultz's primary opponent in her Florida congressional race. Wikileaks, the organization created by Julian Assange, said it obtained 19,252 DNC e-mails. And the reaction to Sanders' call for his supporters to vote for Hillary Clinton was fevered.
  • Wasserman Schultz says she won't open convention

    Wasserman Schultz says she won't open convention

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    Weaver pointed to a story published by Politico that claimed most of the money raised by a political fund created by the Clinton campaign called the Hillary Victory Fund, which was meant to raise money for state Democratic Party organizations for the November general election, was being used to support Clinton's primary campaign against Sanders.
  • Cash for opponent pours in as FL congresswoman struggles

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    At a meeting of the DNC credentials committee Sunday, comments praising Wasserman Schultz were met with laughter by some Sanders supporters. Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean says he's "shocked and incredibly disappointed" over the leak of internal DNC emails that were made public by hackers, according to Politico .
  • Bachelorette JoJo's final two men revealed

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    Chris Harrison rolled the infamous clip of Chad and his nemesis Evan getting into an altercation on a group date. So which guy was she talking about? Johnson gets boos from the studio audience, but has a justification. Each of the men took the opportunity to confront him since the time he was eliminated on the fourth week. I loved seeing his playful side. I know that's not the truth.
  • Turkey, once touted as regional model, is mired in tension

    Turkey, once touted as regional model, is mired in tension

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    Authorities issued arrest warrants for 42 journalists earlier this week and on Wednesday issued another 47 for former staff of the once pro-Gulen Zaman newspaper. The movement's infiltration of the military's officer corps is said to have given the coup plotters the critical mass needed to launch their failed bid to take over the state.
  • Michelle Obama's most memorable looks as first lady

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    IT WAS the speech the United States had been waiting for, at least that divided half repelled by the sight of Donald Trump. Clinton's campaign believes Trump's unorthodox candidacy will turn off moderate Republicans, particularly women, who worry he's too unpredictable to take the helm in a turbulent world.
  • UK's May hints at new model for Brexit

    UK's May hints at new model for Brexit

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    Mrs May has refused to guarantee the rights of the 2.9million European Union nationals now living and working in Britain, saying she will wait until other countries guarantee the same rights for British citizens. One is retrospective - the date of the referendum, a month ago; the second is when Britain triggers Article 50 - the official exit process which is expected early next year; and the third is the date Britain eventually leaves the European Union two years after that.
  • Watch Michelle Obama Bring Down the House at the DNC

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    Secret Service officers, Chicago police and IL state troopers all stood guard. And they want Bernie in, even if Bernie doesn't want Bernie in any more, even if Bernie texted his supporters begging them not to be disruptive because the disruption only served Trump, even if Warren would be heckled by a few in the crowd for her supposed betrayal of the cause.
  • Nolito: Man City the 'best choice' despite Barcelona interest

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    But that does not mean the players have been getting off lightly. The left-back says Guardiola has already excluded some of his squad, with those players thought to be on individual conditioning programmes, and has impressed Clichy, particularly with his attention to detail.
  • West Bank: Clashes erupt as IDF reportedly raids home of terror suspect

    West Bank: Clashes erupt as IDF reportedly raids home of terror suspect

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    In a statement, the military said that security forces killed the man responsible for the July 1 attack that killed Rabbi Michael Mark. The Palestinian gunman who killed a rabbi and father of 10 in a West Bank ambush almost a month ago was killed in a shootout with Israeli security forces near Hebron .
  • Watch "The Bachelorette" Season 12 Episode 10 Online

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    And honestly? He took the words right out of our mouths. Welcome to RedEye's coverage of "The Bachelorette", arguably the most misogynistic show on television! "I think she would've loved it", Chad shared. Pell was nearly speechless and apologized, which made Fletcher feel even worse. He doesn't want what happened to Luke to happen to him, so he takes every opportunity to tell her he loves her, and to remind her who he is again.
  • Sanders loyalists warn Democratic Party could rupture over Clinton nomination

    Sanders loyalists warn Democratic Party could rupture over Clinton nomination

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    She's spent decades fighting for women and children, minorities and the disabled - or, as her husband, former President Bill Clinton, put it Tuesday night, "She's a change-maker". A handful of diehard Bernie Sanders delegates fumed over their candidate's defeat, but they were drowned out by ecstatic Clinton supporters. Reporter: With the official nomination and roll call - Are we ready to make some history? On the last issue, Bill Clinton credited his wife with increasing the number of ...
  • Turkish Authorities Dismiss Military Personnel, Shut Media Outlets

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    Gen. Akar said a brigadier general among the mutinous faction offered to "put me in touch with their opinion leader Fethullah Gulen". Turkey abolished capital punishment in 2004, allowing it to open European Union accession talks the following year, but the negotiations have made scant progress since then.
  • Pokemon Go fans banned from playing the game at Auschwitz memorial

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    The Holocaust Museum works as "Pokemon Go" PokeStop, where players can get a lot of free in-game stuff. Players are also stalking the Arlington National Cemetery, the burial ground for the nation's war dead. If you see a group of people in a public place glued to a smartphone or tablet, they're likely playing " Pokemon Go ". The locations, known as " Pokestops " and "Gyms", are based on landmarks submitted by players of Niantic's earlier game, "Ingress".
  • EU privacy watchdogs keep open mind on new U.S

    EU privacy watchdogs keep open mind on new U.S

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    The Privacy Shield is a replacement for the invalidated U.S. -EU Safe Harbor framework, which had been relied on by over 4,400 U.S. companies and tens of thousands of companies in the Europe. Privacy Shield are workable and effective", the WP29 stated. "Nevertheless, it regrets the lack of concrete assurances that such practice does not take place".
  • Turkey to hire 2000 new teachers in anti-coup measure

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    President Erdogan launched a widespread crackdown following the attempted coup , arresting thousands of service personnel and sacking or suspending thousands of judges, government officials, school teachers and university heads. "A lot of them are losers who think it is an honor to die for Fethullah Gulen's command", Bozdag said. Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag has claimed that "America knows that Fethullah Gulen did this coup".
  • Rajnath Singh chairs high-level meeting in Kashmir

    Rajnath Singh chairs high-level meeting in Kashmir

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    However, top trade bodies in the valley refused to meet the Home Minister who will be here until Sunday afternoon. He said a dialogue can take place to resolve whatever differences people may have in Jammu and Kashmir. Singh assured all support to facilitate treatment of injured Kashmiri children at AIIMS in Delhi. "He also wants that the situation should improve", he said.
  • New 'Wonder Woman' Photo Sends Diana to the Trenches

    New 'Wonder Woman' Photo Sends Diana to the Trenches

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    Before she was Wonder Woman , she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. In the clip, Gadot's character uses her superhero power to fight against multitudes of men who come at her with guns and cannons.
  • Jones County deputies travel to Dallasfor fallen officer's funeral

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    Watermark Church in Dallas holds about 3,500 people, and they could be filled to capacity on Thursday afternoon for a public memorial honoring Sgt. Michael Smith, a 28-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department. Magnus Ahrens, 8, tosses a flower into the grave of his father, Dallas Police Sr. Cpl. A service for Dallas Police Sergeant Michael Smith will take place at the Farmers Branch church he and his family attended, before a service at a church in the city where he worked in ...
  • Islamic State claims responsibility for Ansbach attack

    Islamic State claims responsibility for Ansbach attack

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    After the Islamic State connection surfaced, federal prosecutors in Karlsruhe, who investigate all suspected terrorism, took over the case. "I think that after this video there's no doubt that the attack was a terrorist attack with an Islamic background.'It's awful.
  • Hillary Clinton Just Made History

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    Her husband, Bill Clinton, served eight years as a Democrat from 1993 to 2001. Although the outcome was a foregone conclusion, the state-by-state vote saw rowdy displays on the convention floor. The roll call vote began shortly after 5:20 p.m. after emotional nominating speeches for both Clinton and Sanders and raucous cheers for both candidates.
  • Oil dips to remain near three-month lows as headwinds persist

    Oil dips to remain near three-month lows as headwinds persist

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    Richard Mallinson, geopolitical analyst at Energy Aspects, told City A.M.: "The sentiment has turned negative but it doesn't mean the rebalancing has stopped. "We'll probably see an early rise in crude inventories as refinery operations are slowed". However, I still consider a dip below $40 is a good opportunity to jump in if you're a long term investor, with target above $50 until year end.
  • Kalamazoo County Sheriff dances at Black Lives Matter march

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    I blame the media, politicians and the "Black Lives Matter" group, who are fanning the flames. Activist DeRay Mckesson explained to CNN on Monday that diverting the Black Lives Matter message by saying "all lives matter" was like yelling "colon cancer matters" at a breast cancer rally.
  • Hillary Clinton Makes History as First Woman White House Nominee

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    An appeal for party unity by Hillary Clinton delegates at the Democratic National Convention was a little too strong for some Bernie Sanders delegates from NY. Elizabeth Warren did not persuade him to support Clinton. In nominating Clinton, delegate after delegate made the point that the selection of a woman was a milestone in America's 240-year-old history.
  • Mass killing in Japan shocks gentle nation

    Mass killing in Japan shocks gentle nation

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    Yasuyuki Deguchi, a criminologist, said Uematsu's alleged actions were typical of someone who bears a grudge and seeks revenge, because it appeared he planned out the attack, and then he turned himself in to police. He said police together with government will work hard on the investigation "to grasp the whole picture". Mass killings have happened in Japan from time to time .
  • DNC apologizes to Sanders over emails

    DNC apologizes to Sanders over emails

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    Bernie Sanders, addressing his delegates in advance of this week's Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, received huge cheers when he mentioned the impending resignation of Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the soon-to-be-former head of the Democratic National Committee .