From 'likable enough' to lovefest, Obama to hail Clinton
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- It was long ago and far away when Barack Obama snippily remarked, "You're likable enough, Hillary." It's a lovefest now....
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France's religious leaders united after church attack
PARIS (AP) -- France's main religious leaders have sent a message of unity and solidarity following a meeting with French President Francois Hollande a day after two extremists attacked a Catholic church and slit the throat of an elderly priest....
Japan police search home of suspect in stabbing spree
SAGAMIHARA, Japan (AP) -- Japanese police on Wednesday searched the home of the suspect in a mass stabbing spree that left 19 people dead at a facility for the mentally disabled....
Witnesses say South Sudan soldiers raped dozens near UN camp
JUBA, South Sudan (AP) -- South Sudanese government soldiers raped dozens of ethnic Nuer women and girls last week just outside a United Nations camp where they had sought protection from renewed fighting, and at least two died from their injuries, witnesses and civilian leaders said....
Comcast beats Street 2Q forecasts
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) on Wednesday reported second-quarter net income of $2.03 billion....
Police: Philadelphia man, 34, charged in fatal hit-and-run
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Police in Philadelphia say a 34-year-old man has been charged in a hit-and-run crash that left a 40-year-old mother dead and six other people injured, including her husband and young son....
Man charged in deadly Penn's Landing shooting
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Authorities have charged a New Jersey man in a deadly shooting outside a bar at Philadelphia's Penn's Landing....
Obama returns to convention stage to make case for Clinton
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Twelve years ago to the day, an obscure Senate candidate from Illinois catapulted himself to the center of American political consciousness with a rousing convention speech in Boston. Barack Obama returns to the convention stage Wednesday as the battle-hardened president hoping his legacy won't be eroded by the outcome of the election to replace him....
Sanders loyalists warn of party split after Clinton victory
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Bernie Sanders loyalists warned that the Democratic Party could rupture over the nomination of Hillary Clinton after a volatile night that saw a large group of Sanders delegates and supporters exit the party's national convention to stage a sit-in at a nearby media tent....
Funeral home's plans for crematory can go forward after vote
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (AP) -- A split vote by a Pennsylvania zoning hearing board means a funeral home's plans for a crematory can move forward....
Bill Clinton tells a love story to make his case for Hillary
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- There have been millions of words, decades of video and reams of commentary devoted to their story. It's been dissected, defended and decried at kitchen tables and on cable news, in tabloids and classrooms....
Woman sentenced after 4 dogs found dead in Pittsburgh home
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A Pittsburgh woman has been sentenced to 20 months of house arrest after four dogs were found dead in her home in May 2015....
Ohio Sanders supporter says more time needed
CINCINNATI (AP) -- A leading Bernie Sanders supporter in Ohio said Tuesday people are still emotional and frustrated over the outcome of the Democratic presidential nomination race....
Court won't reinstate church official's conviction
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The first U.S. church official convicted over his handling of priest-abuse complaints could soon leave prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court agreed Tuesday that his conviction was flawed....
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Which concerns you most about the exposed DNC emails; that Russia may have played a role, or apparent party favoritism shown Hillary Clinton during the primaries? <More Info>
The release by WikiLeaks of 20,000 stolen emails from the DNC's computer servers, proved embarrassing to Democratic leaders, while raising questions about Russian intelligence agencies disrupting the 2016 campaign. The emails exposed how the Democratic apparatus favored Hillary Clinton over her primary rival, Senator Bernie Sanders, triggering the resignation of the party chairwoman. Clinton's campaign accused the email leaks on Russia, for the purpose of helping Donald Trump.
Has Hillary Clinton been held to a different standard, being scrutinized more than other past presidential candidates?