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Bernie Endorses Hillary, 3 Arrested In Plot To Kill Police, Obama Speaks At Dallas Memorial

Bernie Endorses Hillary, 3 Arrested In Plot To Kill Police, Obama Speaks At Dallas Memorial

Update: 2016-07-131
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Dallas police memorial: Obama:"righteous anger can be transformed".

President Barack Obama and other officials who spoke Tuesday at a memorial for five Dallas police officers killed last week urged Americans to corral their anger and sadness and push for the change society needs.

"I believe our sorrow can make us a better country. I believe our righteous anger can be transformed into more justice and more peace. Weeping may endure for a night but I'm convinced joy comes in the morning," the President said.

The Dallas officers were fatally gunned down Thursday by a sniper, an armed-to-the-teeth Army veteran who targeted the officers, perhaps as retribution for police violence largely unrelated to North Texas.
For five days, the news has revolved around the horrific details of the slayings, but on Tuesday afternoon the focus was on the men in blue who lost their lives keeping watch over what had been a peaceful protest.

Brent Thompson, 43, a newlywed.
Lorne Ahrens, 48, whose smile was regularly reciprocated.
Patrick Zamarripa, 32, a father.
Michael Krol, 40, whose lifelong dream was to become a police officer.
Michael Smith, 55, the Army Ranger and family man.

Bernie Sanders endorses Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders formally declared an end to their political rivalry Tuesday, joining forces to take on a shared enemy: Donald Trump.

"I have come here to make it as clear as possible why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton and why she must become our next president," Sanders said at a joint rally here. "Secretary Clinton has won the Democratic nomination and I congratulate her for that."

The 74-year-old self-described democratic socialist, who has been a thorn in Clinton's side over the last year, pledged to support his former rival through Election Day: "I intend to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States."

Hillary Clinton set to meet with Senate Democrats.

But there appeared to be little natural chemistry between Clinton and Sanders and their body language was noticeably stiff. The two avoided physical contact after first walking on stage together, and Sanders, in his 30-minute speech, repeatedly mentioned Clinton by name without acknowledging that she was standing next to him looking on.

South China Sea: Court rules in favor of Philippines over China.

An international tribunal in The Hague ruled in favor of the Philippines in a maritime dispute Tuesday, concluding China has no legal basis to claim historic rights to the bulk of the South China Sea.

Chinese President Xi Jinping rejected the decision by the Permanent Court of Arbitration, which is likely to have lasting implications for the resource-rich hot spot, which sees $5 trillion worth of shipborne trade pass through each year.

"China will never accept any claim or action based on those awards," Xi said. China had boycotted the proceedings.
The tribunal concluded that China doesn't have the right to resources within its "nine-dash line," which extends hundreds of miles to the south and east of its island province of Hainan and covers some 90% of the disputed waters.

Viewed as a decisive win for the Philippines, the ruling could heighten friction in a region already bristling with tension, especially if it unleashes a defiant reaction from China.
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Bernie Endorses Hillary, 3 Arrested In Plot To Kill Police, Obama Speaks At Dallas Memorial

Bernie Endorses Hillary, 3 Arrested In Plot To Kill Police, Obama Speaks At Dallas Memorial

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