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Trump Gains Enough Delegates For GOP Presidential Nomination

Donald Trump has reached the magic number of 1,237 delegates, according to The Associated Press, making him the presumptive Republican nominee for president.
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Donald Trump Clinches GOP Nomination

Garnering support of 1,238 delegates out of 1,237 needed, Trump is now the Republican Party's presumptive nominee.
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The Trump-Clinton Gender Gap Could Be The Largest In More Than 60 Years

If recent skirmishes between the two candidates are any signal, gender will factor heavily into their attacks — and that could potentially widen the gap even more.
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In Historic Hiroshima Visit, Obama To Push For Nuclear-Free World

The city is now synonymous with the deadly nuclear age that began there more than seven decades ago. White House officials stress that Obama will not apologize for the bombing.
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Talk Softly, Swing A Big Tweet: Elizabeth Warren's Unconventional Messaging

The Massachusetts senator has become one of the most aggressive anti-Trump voices in her party. But inside the Senate hallways, she doesn't behave like a woman who wants to be heard.
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Clinton Violated Policies By Using Private Email, State Department Report Says

The report doesn't materially change the controversy or reveal new facts. It is a reminder of a bad decision that has been a weight on Clinton's campaign since before she announced she was running.
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Pa. County Democratic Chair Doubts Sanders' Fans Would Switch To Trump

Polls say if Hillary Clinton is the nominee, some Bernie Sanders supporters would shift alliances to Donald Trump. David Greene talks to Jim Davis, the Democratic Party chairman in Fayette County, Pa.
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Airport Security Delays Reach Crisis Point, Rep. McCaul Says

The TSA administrator testified before a House panel about what he's doing to address the long security lines at airports. David Greene talks to Rep. Michael McCaul, R-TX, who chaired the hearing.
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U.S. House Rejects D.C.'s Plans For Full Autonomy Over Budget

In a 240-179 vote, the Republican-led House passed a bill that would overturn efforts by the city to take control over how it spends its money. It's a largely symbolic move: The Senate and President Obama are unlikely to go along.

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D.C., Maryland, Virginia Take Serious Step Toward Creating Metro Safety Panel

Leaders in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia have agreed on a proposal to create a Metro Safety Commission that is supposed to supplant the Federal Transit Administration’s temporary oversight role. It's a key step in a process that will rely on action in all three jurisdictions' legislatures.

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