Sanders Calls for Wasserman Schultz to Resign After Email Leaks

Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday that in the wake of the leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee its chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, should step down. "I think she should resign, period” as chair of the DNC, Sanders said on ABC's "This Week." “I told you long time ago that the DNC was not running a fair operation, that they were supporting Secretary Clinton,” Sanders told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos Sunday on “This Week.” “So what I suggested to be true six months ago turned out to be true.” Sanders says he is “disappointed” by what the leaked emails show but “not shocked.” WikiLeaks released about 20,000 emails on Friday, just days before Democratic National Convention is set to kick off in Philadelphia, that appear to show Democratic National Committee officials attempting to aid Hillary Clinton’s campaign in the party’s primary. Several of the emails released indicate that the officials, including Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, grew increasingly...

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24.Jul.2016


Democrats in Talks to Downgrade DNC Chair's Convention Role

The talks come in the wake of leaked emails by DNC aides about Sanders campaign.

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24.Jul.2016


DNC 'Unity' Resolution Calls for Commission on Super Delegates, Caucuses

Resolution expected to be formally passed at the convention

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23.Jul.2016


Clinton Campaign Chief Suggests Russians May Be Trying to Help Trump

Robby Mook cited experts saying Russians are behind the DNC email leak.

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24.Jul.2016


Decision Time: IOC Poised to Rule on Russia's Status for Rio

As the clock ticks down to the opening ceremony in Rio de Janeiro, international Olympic leaders are facing a seminal moment

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24.Jul.2016


Tim Kaine Gets a Warm Homecoming in Richmond

Tim Kaine gets warm homecoming in Richmond

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23.Jul.2016


Clinton Camp's Secret Plan to Announce Tim Kaine as VP

A tick-tock of the 24 hours leading up to the Clinton/Kaine rally.

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23.Jul.2016


Afghanistan Marks Day of National Mourning After Huge Attack

Afghanistan is marking a national day of mourning a day after at least 80 people were killed by a suicide bomber attack on a peaceful demonstration

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24.Jul.2016


Munich Shooter Was Planning Crime for Over a Year

Ten victims are in critical condition.

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24.Jul.2016


WATCH: Authorities Rule Out Terror in Munich Massacre

German authorities say the alleged gunman had no ties to terrorism, but he had received psychiatric care for depression.

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23.Jul.2016


Pedestrian struck twice, dies

A pedestrian is dead after being hit two times on Willard Norris Road in Santa Rosa County early Sunday.

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24.Jul.2016


Appleyard: Two fountains share 125 years of history

John Appleyard discusses Pensacola’s two 125-year-old fountains in downtown.

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24.Jul.2016


SRSO searching for missing, endangered man

Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office has issued a silver alert for Daniel Laughlin

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24.Jul.2016


State Democrats can agree on one point: No Trump

Florida is sending 246 delegates to the four-day Democratic National Convention.

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23.Jul.2016


Area Navy SEAL writes about battle for Ramadi

A former Navy SEAL who played himself in the blockbuster movie American Sniper opens up in his new book, The Punisher

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23.Jul.2016


Florida Republicans leave Ohio with optimism

Republicans energized despite discord of nominating convention.

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23.Jul.2016


Grandfather offers reward for hit and run information

A Pennsylvania grandfather is offering a $10,000 reward for information that results in the identification and apprehension of the driver whose vehicle injured 15-year-old pedestrian Brianna Marks in Pensacola.

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23.Jul.2016


Bulls run down people and people love it!

The prey started their run through Pensacola shouting "Ole, ole, ole.

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23.Jul.2016


Help protect Navarre's new dunes

Beachgoers asked to use walkovers at Navarre Beach to protect newly planted sea oats

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23.Jul.2016


Cautious approach pays off at air show

Lake Michigan drownings reminder why county keeps swimmers out during Pensacola Beach Air Show.

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23.Jul.2016