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Clinton Picks Senator Kaine As Running Mate In White House Race

Clinton acknowledged in an interview earlier this week that even Kaine admits he is a boring, and said she did not mind. Clinton and her new running mate will spend much of next week going after the Republican nominee, Donald Trump. Clinton finalized her ticket a day after Republicans wrapped up their national convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Kaine was the governor of Virginia from 2006 to 2010 and the mayor of Richmond from 1998 to 2001.

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Possible Clinton running mate Tim Kaine stops in New England

On Twitter a few seconds later, Clinton described Kaine as "a man who's devoted his life to fighting for others". Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine has emerged as the leading contender to become Clinton's vice president, according to Democratic sources familiar with her plans.

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Donald Trump loses battle with Teleprompter in GOP acceptance speech

While Team Trump put out word that his speech would be modeled after the politics of Richard Nixon-the most shamed president in the nation's history-the two living former Republican presidents refused to attend. Now let us consider the state of affairs overseas. Racial tension in America is fraying to the point of ripping at the seams. Trump also repeated his pledge to "build a great border" wall along the Mexican border.

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Therapist With His Arms Raised Is Shot By Police

Jonathon Aledda's file shows he has received outstanding annual evaluations from his bosses during his four years with the department and several commendations for his actions in the field, including his arrest of two robbery suspects in September 2014.

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North Miami cop suspended for misleading probe of Charles Kinsey shooting

Kinsey works at an assisted living facility and was attempting to help an autistic man who had escaped from a group home. The admission by Rivera and the officer was meant to help calm the fears of the nation following a rash of police shootings, and sometimes killings, of black men.

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After Cruz Controversy, GOP Readies For Convention's Last Day20:59

Sen. Cruz left the stage Wednesday night as the crowed booed. A day after he was booed at the Republican convention, Ted Cruz has said he will not endorse Donald Trump "like a servile puppy". "I understand the enthusiasm coming from the NY delegation", Cruz said , as Trump supporters continued to boo. "To those listening, please, don't stay home in November".