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A Sanders endorsement of Clinton could come ahead of the Philadelphia convention


Jeff Weaver, campaign manager for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) BURLINGTON, Vt. — Bernie Sanders could offer an endorsement of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton before the party’s convention next month, depending on the outcome of ongoing policy talks between the two campaigns, Sanders’s campaign manager said Friday. …

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Elizabeth Warren visits Hillary Clinton’s Brooklyn headquarters


Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) visits the residence of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Washington on June 10. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Sen. Elizabeth Warren made a visit to Hillary Clinton’s Brooklyn headquarters on Friday, a stop that is bound to stoke further vice presidential speculation. Warren greeted staffers, took photos …

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Obama family to visit Carlsbad, Yosemite to highlight national parks


The glacially carved peak known as Half Dome stands above the valley at Yosemite National Park. (Mladen Antonov/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images) After a week focused on the aftermath of the deadly mass shooting in Orlando, President Obama leaves Washington on Friday for a three-day family tour of New Mexico’s Carlsbad Caverns and …

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Barry Goldwater ‘would be appalled’ by Trump raising money in his home, his widow says


Then-Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.) testifies in Congress in 1980. (James K.W. Atherton/The Washington Post) Donald Trump’s presidential campaign often draws comparisons to the 1964 White House bid of Barry Goldwater — a conservative icon who clashed with the Republican establishment but galvanized grass-roots activists to secure the party’s nomination, only to suffer a …

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Putin, protesters and ‘winners night’ in the limelight as Trump celebrates one-year on the campaign trail


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters at Gilley’s in Dallas. ( Ron Jenkins/Getty Images) DALLAS — A year ago Thursday, Donald Trump and his supermodel wife rode down the escalator in the atrium of his pink-marbled Manhattan skyscraper and made an announcement that would dramatically change the American political playbook: “Ladies and gentlemen, …

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