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Donald Trump picks Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate

But shortly after Pence arrived, Trump abruptly said he was postponing an announcement because of the deadly attack in Nice, France, that left more than 80 people dead. A number of media outlets reported Thursday that Pence, who had flown to NY from Indianapolis later in the day, had been chosen as Trump's running mate, but Trump insisted that that he had not yet made a final decision.

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Obama admits United States 'not even close' to solving policing issues

The white officer who responded to a report of a possible break-in arrested him for disorderly conduct. Even as he praises the vast majority of police as hard-working and well-meaning, Obama has drawn attention to racial inequities that contribute to friction with minority communities.

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What If They Gave a Day of Rage and Nobody Came?

The Pittsburgh protest is scheduled to take place this evening at 7pm at the City County Building. A YouTube video claiming an affiliation with the hacktivist group Anonymous and calling for massive, non-violent " day of rage " protests in 37 USA cities, including Tampa, is making the rounds on social media this week.

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Potential VP pick Kaine hammers Trump at rally with Clinton

Asked if he was afraid of her as president he said "yes, absolutely". As Clinton made her appearance and delivered her speech, Trump busied himself by disseminating a release titled "CLINTON'S FIRST 100 DAYS OF AMNESTY". He has a strong ally in current Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a strong supporter of the Clintons who has been making the case to former President Bill Clinton that Kaine would be a strong pick.

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Juno halts midstage drug study over deaths

In a call Thursday, Juno said it's now shooting for approval in 2018. "The last week has been hard and humbling for everyone involved, in particular, of course, the physicians and the patients' families", said Bishop. The treatment prompts engineered white blood cells or T-cells to attack B cells that turn malignant in different types of blood cancer. There are around 20 patients now enrolled, and Juno hopes to enroll another 90 before trial end.

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SA gears to host International Aids Conference again

The meeting, organised by Caritas Internationalis and the Catholic HIV & AIDS Network, in conjunction with local Southern African partners, brings together many Catholic groups playing a major part in providing diagnosis, care and prevention programmes for people living with the HIV virus.