Sanders: Connecticut Gov. Can't Be Relied On At DNC Convention Due To 'Deeply Held Bias'Democratic officials have rejected Bernie Sanders' request to remove two high-profile Hillary Clinton supporters from leadership positions at the party's summer convention.
Manhattan DA Expands Probe Into Fundraising By Team De BlasioThe Manhattan District Attorney’s office has expanded an investigation into the mayor’s attempt to help Democrats take over the New York State Senate in 2014.
Obama Makes Historic Visit To Hiroshima Peace ParkPresident Barack Obama arrived at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park Friday on a historic visit to the city where the U.S. dropped the first atomic bomb.
Trump Now Says He Won't Debate Bernie Sanders Unless He Wins Democratic NominationDonald Trump now says he likely won't debate Bernie Sanders after all, and will only debate whoever wins the Democratic nomination.
New Jersey Lawmakers Approve Bill To Ban Smoking At Beaches, ParksLawmakers in New Jersey have sent a measure to Gov. Chris Christie's desk that would ban smoking at public beaches and parks.
City Plans To Start Enforcing Law Mandating Salt Warning Labels On MenusNew York City plans to start enforcing a first-of-its-kind requirement for chain restaurants to use icons to warn patrons of salty foods.
Biden Tours Research Labs At Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterVice President Joe Biden was at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on Thursday as he is leading the Cancer Moonshot 2020 initiative.
De Blasio Not Concerned About Poor Poll Numbers Amid Corruption ProbesMayor Bill de Blasio was playing defense Thursday as he held his first news conference in eight days.
Social Media Mocks Trump Over Diet Coke Picture After Previously Tweeting He's 'Never Seen A Thin Person Drinking Diet Coke'Donald Trump might want to check his old tweets before drinking a Diet Coke in public.
Expert: Email Scandal Reinforces Narrative Clintons Operate By Own Set Of RulesThe email scandal is playing a role in Hillary Clinton’s high unfavorability rating.
NJ Court: State Can't Give $11 Million In Grants To Religious SchoolsAn NJ appeals court ruled that the $10.6M grant to Beth Medrash Govoha and $645,323 to the Princeton Theological Seminary are unconstitutional.
NJ Lawmakers To Vote On Minimum Wage Legislation, Atlantic City FundingThe New Jersey Assembly is scheduled to vote on legislation raising the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next five years.

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