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POSTED: July 26, 2016, 10:00 am

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Today in Black History: The Republic of Liberia, founded by the American Colonization Society to resettle freed African slaves, gains independence in 1847.

Philly.com

Traffic delays and detours mark travel on first day of DNC

After day of discord, Sanders urges party to unite behind Clinton


FactCheck: Democratic National Convention Day 1

History and hostility as Clinton ascends to nomination


Takeaways: Sanders, Michelle Obama dominate convention



The New York Times



Day 1 Takeaways: First Lady Steals the Show


Democrats Try to Unite During Unruly Opening to Convention


Sanders Faces Task of Putting Down the Revolt He Started


Editorial: Hillary Clinton’s New Democrats


Sanders Faces Task of Putting Down the Revolt He Started

How Bernie Sanders Left His Mark on Pop Culture


The Christian Science Monitor


Bernie's rebellion pushes back on his calls for unity


How the Clintons' 'home' state turned so red, so quickly

Trump gets a convention bump. Here's what that means.

DNC hacker: Lone wolf whistleblower, or Russian saboteur?



The Detroit Free Press

Gender, race, Trump: Michelle Obama went there


Some Michigan Bernie Sanders supporters still angry as DNC begins

Clinton and Sanders: Newfound allies as Democrats divide

Party of Clinton looks different than in 1992



The Chicago Tribune


Editorial: So DNC execs favored Hillary Clinton. Is anyone surprised?

Winners, losers from first night of DNC

Michelle Obama's speech shows an America that's already great

Gutierrez rails against Trump 'bigotry' in Democratic convention speech


The Los Angeles Times

Michelle Obama's stunning convention speech: 'When they go low, we go high'


After fighting like Republicans, Democrats seek unity of any sort


Opening night feels like a party, with speeches from Michelle Obama, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders



The Washington Post


Democrats’ best weapon against Trump: Obama

The neat political trick that Sanders and Warren played


A day of humiliation for party chair underscores Democratic divide


After a hack and its destructive fallout, Democrats fear what’s next


Democrats hope to reintroduce Clinton to skeptical voters



The Star-Ledger


Christie can't be happy about his cameo appearance at DNC 2016


54 protestors ticketed on first day of DNC in Philly, cops say

DNC 2016 rolls out top stars at Philadelphia convention to support Clinton


Booker gets DNC 2016 rocking: 'We will rise!'





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