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    Bill Clinton embraces role of political spouse

    Bill Clinton isn't used to being the second act, but he slipped comfortably into that role Tuesday night when making a forceful case that his wife is the proven change-maker who should become president of the United States in November.

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Dunham, Ferrera joke about Trump

Television stars Lena Dunham and American Ferrera joke at the DNC about Donald Trump’s stance on women and Mexicans.

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DNC: Voice vote confirms Clinton as nominee

A voice vote confirmed Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention.

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Milestone moment: Clinton being nominated Tuesday

Hillary Clinton will be formally nominated as the Democratic nominee Tuesday.

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Man spoils armed carjacking with car wash spray gun

A Louisiana man spoiled an attempted armed carjacking at a car wash when he used the wash's spray gun to shoot the thieves and chase them away.

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India's female wrestlers overcome long odds to reach Olympics

For the first time, three female wrestlers from India qualified for the 2016 Olympics, overcoming the gender-related obstacles in their country to make history.


Israel aims to send robot to the moon

Israel is just one of two teams left in a competition sponsored by Google to put a robot on the moon.


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Philadelphia hosts the 2016 Democratic National Convention

The City of Brotherly Love and the Wells Fargo Center play host to 2016 Democratic National Convention.

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Protests at Democratic National Convention

As top DFL officials try to unify the party behind presumptive candidate Hillary Clinton, protesters and activists are demonstrating throughout Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention.

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What to know about Pokemon Go

In less than a week, Pokemon Go has become a mobile sensation, allowing users to catch wild Pokemon in real-world locations via their smartphones. As The Pokemon Company explains on its website, the mobile game forces users to "Explore cities and towns around where you live and even around the globe to capture as many Pokemon as you can. As you move around, your smartphone will vibrate to let you know you're near a Pokemon. Once you've encountered a Pokemon, take aim on your smartphone's touch screen and throw a Poke Ball to catch it."

Here's more information about the game captivating smartphone users, according to CNN:

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