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Trump reaches the magic number to clinch nomination

Donald Trump has now reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president.
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5 takeaways from State Dept. report on Clinton’s emails

The Hillary Clinton email controversy has dogged the former secretary of state for more than a year and has now reached new prominence as the Democratic presidential contender attempts to fight off a challenge by Sen. Bernie Sanders.
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Senate committees back tuition cuts for 5 UNC campuses

A proposal to dramatically reduce tuition at five University of North Carolina system campuses is inching forward in the General Assembly.
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State Dept audit faults Clinton in emails

A State Department audit has faulted Hillary Clinton and previous secretaries of state for poorly managing email and other computer information and slowly responding to new cybersecurity risks.
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Senate bill proposing Sunset Beach deannexations moves forward

A bill that has sparked some controversy in Sunset Beach is making its way through the state senate.
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Sanders campaign requests Kentucky vote recanvass

Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign is requesting a recanvass in Kentucky's presidential primary, where he trails Hillary Clinton by less than one-half of 1 percent of the vote.
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Sanders argues he’s not ‘harming’ Democratic Party

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders argued today that he's "absolutely not" harming the Democratic Party by staying in the 2016 primary race, but rather "invigorating" the party.
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Obama signs bill striking offensive ethnic terms from US law

President Barack Obama has signed a bill striking from federal laws certain outdated and offensive terms once used to describe minority groups.
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