Hillary Clinton Selects Tim Kaine, a Popular Senator From a Swing State, as Running Mate
Mr. Kaine, a former governor of Virginia who is now on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, speaks fluent Spanish and has a strong friendship with Mrs. Clinton.
News Analysis: With Pick, Hillary Clinton Signals Sheâs Looking Past Inauguration Day
The Virginia politicianâs value is almost entirely about governing â itâs less about his ballot box impact than about what heâll bring to the White House.
The 2016 Race: If Tim Kaine Can Help Clinton in Virginia Even a Bit, Itâs a Big Deal
Hillary Clinton might not need Mr. Kaine to secure Virginia, but itâs a crucial state, and he can only help.
Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine to Debut Ticket in Battleground of Florida
A noon rally is set for Florida International University in Miami, in a state where Mrs. Clinton hopes to woo Hispanic voters with the help of Mr. Kaine, who speaks Spanish fluently.
Tim Kaine Picked as Clinton Running Mate
Hillary Clinton announced Friday that Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia would be her vice-presidential choice.
Man in the News: Tim Kaine: A Self-Effacing Senator in a Sharp-Elbows Era
Mr. Kaine, Hillary Clintonâs running mate, a senator and former governor of Virginia, is known for his calm temperament, willingness to build bridges and Catholic faith.
Donald Trump Basks in Convention âLoveâ (but Has None for Ted Cruz)
After bragging that he had unified Republicans in one of the most âlove-filledâ conventions in history, the nominee went on an extended diatribe against his primary rival.
Donald Trumpâs Journey: From Crashing a Party to Controlling Its Future
It is hard to imagine the Republican Party returning anytime soon to being the party of free trade, democracy building and at least modest immigration reform.
Smirk or Smile? The New York Tabloids Disagree About Trump
The New York Post and The Daily News covered Trumpâs nomination speech in their own inimitable â and opposing â ways.
Teenager Who Killed 9 in Munich Was Troubled, but Had No Ties to Terrorist Groups
The motivations of the gunman, an 18-year-old dual German-Iranian citizen, remained unclear. He had material at home indicating an obsession with violent attacks, but no links to ISIS or any other organized groups, authorities said.
Deadly Shooting at Munich Mall
A gunman opened fire at the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum mall in Munich on Friday, killing several people and wounding others. âIt is not clear whether is one or many shooters,â a police spokesman said.
Shooting in Munich: What We Know, and What We Donât
Nine people are killed in a âshooting rampageâ in Munich by a lone gunman. The police said the gunmanâs body was found less than a mile from the scene of the attack.
ISIS Claims Deadly Blasts at Demonstration in Kabul, Afghanistan
Ethnic Hazaras were protesting peacefully in the capital when two explosions hit, killing at least 80 people.
With Roger Ailes Out, Will Fox Newsâs Influence on Politics Change?
In its 20 years, the network has provided a path for Republican politicians and candidates to raise issues, set agendas and shape opinions.
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Failed Turkish Coup Accelerated a Purge Years in the Making
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose officials had compiled lists of those with questionable loyalties, has labeled many civil servants as potential enemies of the state.
Indonesian Police Say DNA Confirms Most Wanted Terror Suspect Is Dead
The suspect, known as Santoso, was killed earlier in the week in a gun battle with Indonesian security forces.
Flooding in Northern China Kills Scores
At least 72 people are dead and hundreds of thousands displaced in Hebei Province, where local governments took days to report casualties.
EgyptAir Flight 804 Broke Up in Midair After a Fire, Evidence Suggests
Investigators do not know, however, if the blaze that is thought to have caused the plane to come apart was an accident or caused by terrorism.
Watching: What to Watch This Weekend: âBoJack Horsemanâ and âLooking: The Movieâ
From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.
A Colorado Town Tests Positive for Marijuana (in Its Water)
A well in Hugo, population 740, was found to be tainted with THC, even though there are no marijuana businesses nearby.
Donât Go to a Womanâs Wedding and Give a Toast to the Groomâs Ex
Readers debate the goings-on at the Republican National Convention, Russian doping and racism on Twitter.
The Science of Fat: Skinny and 119 Pounds, but With the Health Hallmarks of Obesity
A small group of thin patients who develop disorders typically tied to obesity pose a medical mystery and a potential opportunity for scientists.
Is China Stealing Jobs? It May Be Losing Them, Instead
With a slowing domestic economy, rising costs and stiffer foreign competition, Chinaâs laborers are losing jobs, including to the United States.
Texas Rape Victim Was Jailed for Fear She Would Not Testify, Lawsuit Says
The suit against county officials says the woman was beaten by an inmate, punched by a guard and accidentally classified as a sexual assault suspect in the Harris County Jail.
The Unlikely Comeback of the âPill-Popping Dermatologistâ
How Cheryl Karcher, a prominent New York doctor arrested on charges of forging patient prescriptions to support her drug habit, got her life back.
They Promised Us Jet Packs. They Promised the Bosses Profit.
Alphabetâs X research lab is still being asked to imagine the impossible. Only now, under pressure from investors, it has to imagine making money, too.
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