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Syrian Attacker in Bavaria Had Received Psychiatric Treatment

Herrmann said the man arrived in Germany two years ago and had been in trouble with local police repeatedly for drug-taking and other offences. Although his application for asylum had been denied, he was not in danger of being deported immediately given the civil war in Syria.



Clinton, Kaine coming to Ohio after DNC

We can't afford to let him do the same thing to our country". A Clinton aide said the tour will have an emphasis on Clinton's vision for the economy. Bernie sanders campaign manager says someone needs to be held accountable. "It felt very sad", she said in her first interview with newly anointed running mate Sen.



Juno probe beams back first images from orbit around Jupiter

The plan is for JunoCam to continue taking low-resolution images as it completes its first orbit around the gas giant, according to Juno co-investigator Candy Hansen of the Planetary Science Institute in Tucson, Arizona. But engineers who built Juno are confident that the "tank-like" properties of the spacecraft will protect the instruments aboard Juno . All of JunoCam's images should be available on the Juno mission's website in the coming days.



1 dead after explosion in German city police investigating

Police learned of the explosion just after 10 p.m., and they closed off a large area around the site, Ansbach police said. The man had been denied asylum in Germany a year ago, a top security official in Bavaria, where the incident took place, said early on Monday.



Hillary Clinton Introduces Tim Kaine as Running Mate

As he joined the soon-to-be Democratic presidential nominee on stage at Florida International University, Kaine immediately broke out his Spanish. He urged his friends and supporters to help him win the state for Clinton, saying there was too much at stake to let Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump win.


Committee leader's resignation threatens image of Democratic party unity

Committee leader's resignation threatens image of Democratic party unity

In one of the emails a high-ranking member of the party leadership suggests Sanders' religious beliefs should be used against him in states with high numbers of Christian voters. Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz is stepping down after the convention. He said her leadership "has meant that we had someone who brought Democrats together not just for my re-election campaign, but for accomplishing the shared goals we have had for our country".