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DNC's treatment of Sanders at issue in leaked emails

Nearly 20,000 emails sent and received by Democratic National Committee staff members were released by Wikileaks, and some messages are raising questions about the committee's impartiality.

'Went down fighting': Slain deputy to be laid to rest

Friends and family are gathering to remember Brad Garafola, one of three officers shot and killed last Sunday by a gunman

Los Angeles-area wildfire prompts evacuations

California is bearing down against continuing heat and wildfires that have forced the evacuations of hundreds of homes as red-flag warnings of extreme fire danger predicted gusty winds and scorching, dry air

Family fears for autistic man's safety following shooting

The autistic man who was the intended target of a police bullet is suffering from emotional distress, not eating and traumatized following the shooting of his caretaker

Colorado Town Can Exhale: Water Tested Negative For THC

But authorities said they are still looking into possible tampering with one of the town's wells.

You Can Get Arrested In Indiana For Saving a Dog

With limited animal cruelty laws, there are barely 20 states in the U.S. with rules against leaving animals in hot vehicles. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the story.

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Munich Shooter Was Under Psychiatric Care. So How Did He Get A Gun?

Police say the Munich shooter had no ties to terrorism and had psychiatric issues, which should have barred him from getting a gun in Germany.

Afghan capital locked down for large demonstration

Afghan authorities have closed off streets across the capital, Kabul, in preparation for a demonstration by ethnic Hazaras demanding a planned power line be rerouted through their poverty-stricken province

4 adults found dead after shooting in Texas

4 adults have been found dead following a shooting at an apartment complex in Bastrop, Texas

Surprise! You've Been Drinking My Breast Milk

In a lesson that teaches us to not touch what's not ours there's a viral picture of a note that alerts whomever was stealing coffee creamer that they were not drinking what they thought they were. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Victim Of Police Violence And Police Chief Agree On Her Arrest

The conversation between Breaion King and an officer about race provides insight into why some black people distrust police.

New artificial reef to be sunk off Florida's Pompano Beach

Florida officials hope that a former tanker the length of a football field that is to be sunk off the state's southern coast will become a major scuba diving attraction

First 'Justice League' footage highlights the humor

Warner Bros. has unveiled never-before-seen footage from their superhero all-star film "Justice League," and much to the surprise of Comic-Con audiences Saturday, it is chock full of humor

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Arrest made in Ohio college student's disappearance

Investigators looking into the disappearance of an Ohio college student whose bicycle was found in a cornfield this week have arrested a man on an abduction charge

Tim Kaine Becomes Trump's Newest Nickname Victim

The nickname stems from legal gifts Sen. Tim Kaine accepted when he was Virginia's governor and lieutenant governor.

Tim Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos'

Sen. Tim Kaine took the stage alongside Hillary Clinton in Miami and offered his first greeting to voters as a vice presidential nominee -- in Spanish.

ACLU praises new Illinois limits on cellphone surveillance

The American Civil Liberties Union is praising a new Illinois law that limits how police can use devices that collect cellphone data and track phone locations

Neighbors identify 18-year-old attacker as Ali Sonboly

The teen gunman who killed nine people in a shooting rampage in Munich was a mentally troubled individual who had extensively researched spree killings and had no apparent links to ISIS, police said.

Tentative deal in New Jersey police shooting of black man

The family of a black man fatally shot by police in southern New Jersey in 2014 has reached a tentative monetary settlement in its federal lawsuit

Mourners gather for funeral of slain Kansas police captain

Hundreds of mourners have gathered for the funeral for a Kansas City, Kansas, police captain who was shot to death on duty

Weary of protest, Baltimore activists seek change elsewhere

After sluggish and unsuccessful prosecution of six officers charged in the death of a young black man, Baltimore activists seek strategies other than protest to promote change

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Tim Kaine Showed Off His Spanish And Trump-Mocking Skills In VP Intro

The 58-year-old was considered a safe and "boring" VP pick.

Pokemon Go Now Has a Dating App, Pokedates

It was only a matter of time before a Pokemon Go dating app became a thing. The world now has Pokedates and Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) hopes you find love in a hopeless place.

Turkey's 30-Day Detention Period Raises More Eyebrows After Coup

Suspects can now be held without charges for 30 days. Some have questioned how the government is so prepared for the aftermath of the coup attempt.