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Washington Week in Cleveland: Candidates respond to terror attack, Trump names Pence as VP and Sanders endorses Clinton

July 15, 2016
As the Republican National Convention is about to kickoff, Donald Trump names a VP.
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Washington Week Extra: Cleveland Edition - What do voters in Ohio care about in Election 2016?

July 15, 2016
Voters in Ohio ask about third-party candidates and drug addition.
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Top UK diplomat reacts to new PM Theresa May’s first moves

July 14, 2016
Sir Peter Westmacott, the UK’s former Ambassador to the United States weighs in on the past three weeks’ fast-paced developments in Britain. Of the new prime minister, Theresa May, he describes her as grounded, no-nonsense and humble. He describes as a surprise her appointment of Boris Johnson, the pro-Brexit former mayor of London, to be foreign secretary. Gwen Ifill talks with Westmacott.
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Friday from Cleveland: A special Washington Week EXTRA town hall

July 14, 2016
Just days before the Republican Party meets in Cleveland to officially nominate Donald Trump as its presidential nominee, Washington Week is in the Buckeye State to take questions from voters about the issues they care about. Washington Week EXTRA: Cleveland Edition airs Friday at 8:30 PM on many PBS stations and will be available on our website. Check your local listings.
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How Supreme Court justices spend their summer break

July 13, 2016
The Supreme Court justices wrapped up the last term at the end of June and won't meet again until late August or September to discuss the cases for the next term. So what do the eight members of the nation's highest court do with their summer break? As CNN's Joan Biskupic explains, many of the justices will be traveling overseas. Clarence Thomas is headed to France, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg is going to Spain. Whether they are traveling to promote their books or to teach, all of them are available for emergency orders.
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The latest on the veepstakes, Sanders to endorse Clinton

July 11, 2016
Trump-Gingrich? Clinton-Kaine? Clinton-Warren? Trump-Christie? The political soothsayers are looking closely at every appearance Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton make with potential running mates. Also in the news: Bernie Sanders on Tuesday is expected to finally endorse the former secretary of state. Gwen Ifill talks with Tamara Keith of NPR and Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report.
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Trump's veepstakes and longtime Florida congresswoman indicted on fraud charges

July 8, 2016
Two Republican senators withdraw from VP consideration and Rep. Corrine Brown pleads not guilty to fraud charges.

Fatal shootings revive questions of race and policing, FBI closes Clinton email probe and Trump meets with GOP Congress

July 8, 2016
3 officer-involved shootings shock the country, Clinton will not be charged in email probe
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Clinton's trust problem, Zika funding stalls in Congress, Benghazi Committee releases report and Supreme Court overturns corruption charges

July 1, 2016
As Hillary Clinton attempts to bolster voters' trust in her before November's general election, Congress fought over a spending bill and the Benghazi Committee, and the eight Supreme Court justices unanimously overturned corruption charges.