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Democrats prepare to nominate Hillary Clinton despite sharp divisions

Sen. Bernie Sanders once again faced boos Tuesday as his restive supporters continued to raise protests despite his efforts to persuade them that voting for Hillary Clinton is the best way to defeat Donald Trump.

EPA moves to regulate emissions in air travel

The Obama administration Monday announced its plan to start regulating planet-warming pollution from airplanes, setting off a battle between environmentalists and the airline industry.

Democratic National Committee emails offer glimpse at how big donors are wooed

The emails capture a world where seating charts are arranged with dollar totals in mind, where a White House celebration of gay pride is a thinly disguised occasion for rewarding wealthy donors and where physical proximity to the president is the most precious of currencies.

Sanders struggles to hand his 'revolution' to Clinton

Bernie Sanders and what remains of his campaign spent Monday trying to heal wounds that opened during the lengthy primary race and festered after the release of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee.

How the Yahoo deal affects its services

Verizon’s announcement that it is acquiring Yahoo’s operations is a turning point for an internet pioneer that claims a billion users visit its services each month.

Marni Nixon, the voice behind the screen, dies at 86

Marni Nixon was throughout the 1950s and ‘60s the unseen — and usually uncredited — singing voice of the stars in a spate of celebrated Hollywood films, such as "The King and I," "West Side Story" and "My Fair Lady."

After day of discord, Democrats find common target in Trump

Behind the scenes, the Sanders and Clinton campaigns rushed to quell the anger within the Sanders ranks that had been reignited with the release of hacked emails of Democratic National Committee officials in the past week.

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