Monday, July 25, 201611:15 AM
Free lunch, medical marijuana, andbus ride to the ConventionForms distributed for Food Stamp enrollment.1:30 PM
Group Voter Registration for Illegal Immigrants.3:15 PM
Address on “Being the Real You”Rachel Dolezal, former Head of theSeattle NAACP and Caitlyn Jenner4:30 PM
“How to Bank $200 Million as a PublicServant and claim to be broke”Hillary Clinton4:45 PM
How to have a successful career without everhaving a job, and Still avoid paying taxes!A Seminar moderated by Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson5:00 PM
Medal of Freedom presentation to Army deserter BoBergdahl for serving with Honor and DistinctionNational Security Advisor Susan Rice5:30 PM
Invitation-only Autograph Session Souvenir photographsof Hillary and Chelsea dodging Sniper Fire in Bosnia6:30 PM
General vote on praising Baltimore rioters,and on using the terminology “AlternativeShoppers” instead of Looters”7:30 PM
Breakout session with Bill Clinton forwomen on avoiding the upcoming draft8:30 PM
The White House “Semantics Committee” MeetingGeneral vote on re-branding “Muslim Terrorism”As “Random Acts of Islamic Over-Exuberance”9:00 PM
“Liberal Bias in Media How we can make it work for you!Tutorial sponsored by CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, PBS,The Washington Post and the New York TimesWith Guest Speaker, Brian Williams9:15 PM
Tribute Film to the Brave FreedomFighters Still incarcerated at GITMOMichael Moore9:45 PM
Personal Finance Seminar –“Businesses Don’t Create Jobs”Special guest Pocahontas aka Elizabeth Warren11:00 PM
Short film, “Setting Up Your Own IllegalEmail Server While Serving in a CabinetPost and How to Pretend It’s No Big Deal”Hosted by Hillary Clinton11:30 PM
Official Nomination of HillaryBill Maher and Chris Matthews
1. FLAG’S DAYS ARE NUMBERED IN SOUTH CAROLINA AFTER HISTORIC VOTE
After 54 years flying over the state Capitol, the Confederate battlefield standard will be pulled down after the House passed a bill that it should be removed.
2. DEADLINE DAY FOR GREECE
Athens is racing to finalize a plan of reforms for its third bailout, hoping to stave off a potentially catastrophic exit from the euro.
3. POPE HALFWAY THROUGH SOUTH AMERICA PILGRIMAGE
Francis will celebrate his first Mass in Bolivia and meet with indigenous groups and other grassroots organizations that work with the poor.
4. JOINT CHIEFS NOMINEE SAYS HE WILL ASSESS IS STRATEGY
Gen. Joseph Dunford says the U.S. and its coalition partners are making moderate progress in the fight against the extremist group.
5. WHO IS BEING HELD IN GAZA
Israeli authorities say two Israeli citizens are being detained, at least one of them by Hamas, but the circumstances remain murky.
6. BALTIMORE FIRES POLICE COMMISSIONER
Anthony Batts is let go by the mayor amid the worst crime spike in the city since the 1970s and plummeting morale among officers.
7. BIG GOP FIELD SEEKS FACETIME ON FOX NEWS
The political ad wars have begun, and the overflowing Republican presidential field means big demand for time on the cable news channel.
8. COSBY ACCUSER ASKS FOR TESTIMONY TO BE MADE PUBLIC
The comedian’s first accuser asks a judge to release his full deposition in her sex-assault lawsuit, saying his legal team broke the confidentiality agreement that sealed the 2006 court settlement.
9. FIFA EXPELS CHUCK BLAZER FOR LIFE FOR BRIBERY, CORRUPTION
The move effectively ends the career of the most senior American in world soccer.
10. SERENA MARCHES TOWARD TENNIS HISTORY
Now it’s Maria Sharapova’s turn at Wimbledon to try to put an end to Williams’ bid for the third leg of the Grand Slam – and a fourth consecutive major title.
1. GREEK PREMIER RACES TO RESTART TALKS AFTER VOTE WIN
Alexis Tsipras faces intense pressure from creditors abroad and banks at home who all demand what Greece lacks: money.
2. TALKS WITH IRAN CONTINUE PAST THEIR DEADLINE, AND AGREEMENT STILL SEEMS ELUSIVE
The delays are casting doubt on the ability of world powers to cut off all Iranian pathways to a bomb through diplomacy.
3. WHO COULD BENEFIT FROM COSBY’S DRUGS-SEX ADMISSION
Defamation claims lodged by his accusers could be bolstered, lawyers say, after it emerges the comedian admitted, in a 2005 deposition the AP went to court to get released, that he obtained Quaaludes to give young women for sex.
4. WHAT POPE PLANS TO DO ON FINAL ECUADOR DAY
The pontiff’s agenda features a Mass in the capital sandwiched between meetings with bishops, indigenous groups and students and a visit to a Jesuit church.
5. WHY ISRAEL IS ALARMED OVER ACTIVISTS
The BDS movement, calling for a global boycott campaign against the Jewish state, is gaining momentum and has been identified by the country as a threat on a par with the Iranian nuclear program.
6. SOUTH CAROLINA MOVES TO PULL DOWN CONFEDERATE FLAG
The state Senate votes to remove the divisive banner from the Capitol grounds. Now it’s up the House to consider the matter.
7. ICE CAVES IN NORTHWEST ARE POPULAR WITH HIKERS, BUT CAN BE DANGEROUS
A string of them northeast of Seattle partially collapsed, killing one person and leaving at least four other injured.
8. BATTLE FOR CONTROL OF BREAST MILK INDUSTRY
States are now seeking to regulate it amid a struggle for control between nonprofit and for-profit banks that supply hospital neonatal units.
9. WORLD’S OLDEST MAN DIES
Sakari Momoi, a retired educator from Japan, passes away from kidney failure at the age of 112.
10. FANS PREPARING FOR TESTY ENCOUNTER IN WIMBLEDON QUARTERFINALS
Serena Williams takes on Victoria Azarenka again, hoping to keep up her dominance against a player she considers a friend off the court.
1. GREEK FINANCE MINISTER RESIGNS AFTER `NO’ BAILOUT VOTE
“I shall wear the creditors’ loathing with pride,” Yanis Varoufakis says in his announcement as Greeks awake to shuttered banks and ATMs with little cash.
2. MORE THAN 1 MILLION EXPECTED AT POPE’S MASS IN SOUTH AMERICA
Latin America’s first pontiff tours his home continent with a message of compassion for the weak and respect for an ailing planet.
3. CONFEDERATE FLAG DEBATE RESUMES
While it appears there is support in the South Carolina Legislature to bring down this symbol, the depth of that support will be tested as lawmakers return to Columbia.
4. WHERE LOCALS ARE STILL TRYING TO RECOVER FROM HORRIFIC LOSSES
AP talks to a Palestinian man in Gaza Strip who lost his family when Israeli mortar shells hit his home in last summer’s Israel-Hamas war.
5. BOMBS AT MOSQUE, RESTAURANT IN NIGERIAN CITY KILL 44
Sixty-seven other people are wounded in the attacks blamed on the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram.
6. TOUCHED BY TRAGEDY
Ten years after the suicide bombings that killed 52 people on the London transport network, survivors are still angry but share a resolve to move forward.
7. WHO BECOMES CAPTAIN AMERICA FOR U.S. WOMEN
Carli Lloyd scores three goals to lead the American team to a 5-2 victory over Japan for the record third World Cup title – and first since 1999.
8. WHY S. KOREAN VIOLINIST WANTS BORDER CONCERT WITH NORTH KOREA
Won Hyung Joon is trying to help the divided peninsula by bringing North and South Korean musicians together to perform on each side of the world’s most heavily armed crossing.
9. NO MORE `ROAR’ AS FAMED TRADING PITS COME TO AN END
As the computer – faster and not nearly as noisy – takes over, a culture of brazen bets and flashy jackets will vanish.
10. THE BURT BEHIND BURT’S BEES DIES
The beekeeper who co-founded the company, and whose face and wild beard appeared on labels for the natural cosmetics, was 80.
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