The archive of all headlines from July 25, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz's announcement that she will resign comes after internal emails newly disclosed by WikiLeaks revived long-running suspicions that the Florida congresswoman had tilted the scales in the Democratic primary in favor of Hillary Clinton.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Florida congresswoman, said she would step down at the conclusion of the party’s convention this week.Some prominent Democrats had called for her to resign when it became clear that she was part of the party’s attempt to undermine Bernie Sanders’s campaign.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz said she would step down as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee after the party’s convention this week.The Florida congresswoman’s announcement came after leaked emails showed party officials conspiring to sabotage the campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders.
The brush fire raging in the rugged mountains of the Santa Clarita Valley grew by more than 10,000 acres on Sunday and threatened hundreds of homes while firefighters battled to keep flames from spreading.Fire seasons are becoming hotter, drier and longer
Forensic evidence suggests Russian intelligence agencies were behind the release of 20,000 emails from the Democratic National Committee.Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager argued that the emails were leaked “by the Russians for the purpose of helping Donald Trump.”
A half-acre blaze broke out Friday afternoon next to the 14 Freeway, and firefighters have struggled since to gain the upper hand as it raced through the canyons. The blaze mushroomed Saturday, scorching more than 33,000 acres by Sunday evening.Fire seasons are becoming hotter, drier and longer
Perceptions of Clinton’s ideology will factor big in whether the Democrats can make a strong showing of unity this week as their convention opens, or see grumblings from the huge delegation backing Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders grow into a loud and disruptive convention hall protest.
Leaked Democratic National Committee emails show how wealthy donors are coaxed and flattered, with invitations, meetings and proximity to the president.They reveal a world where seating charts are arranged with dollar totals in mind, and where a White House celebration can be a thinly disguised reward for donors.
Bernie Sanders, who lost the nomination to Hillary Clinton, told his supporters it was important to vote for her to stop Donald J. Trump.Yet many booed that sentiment, and other protesters picked up on the Republicans’ chant of “Lock Her Up.”
Bernie Sanders told his supporters it was important to vote for Hillary Clinton to stop Donald J. Trump. Many booed that sentiment.At a demonstration, some pro-Sanders protesters picked up the Republicans’ chant of “Lock her up.”