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Biden Backs Clinton; VP And Warren Call Trump Comments ‘Racist’:

Vice President Joe Biden endorsed Hillary Clinton Thursday night as he and Sen. Elizabeth Warren launched blistering back-to-back attacks at Donald Trump, both calling the presumptive Republican presidential nominee’s comments about a federal judge “racist.”

Biden was discussing the empty seat on the Supreme Court at the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy’s 2016 National Convention in Washington when he weighed in on the 2016 race.
“Anybody who thinks that whoever the next president is — and God willing, in my view, it will be Secretary Clinton,” Biden said.

Clinton, Trump Battle on Twitter: ‘Delete Your Account’:

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump battled on Twitter Thursday after the presumptive Republican nominee criticized President Barack Obama for endorsing his former secretary of state, a preview of the sharp general election fight to come.

The sparring kicked off Thursday afternoon, coming shortly after Trump’s tweet attacking Obama’s endorsement.
“Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary. He wants four more years of Obama—but nobody else does,” Trump tweeted.

Former President Bill Clinton will eulogize Muhammad Ali at a memorial service Friday, June 10, in Louisville, Kentucky. Clinton, here with Ali at 2000 gala, awarded the boxing great the Presidential Citizens Medal in 2001. He said he went on "to forge a friendship with a man who, through triumph and trials, became even greater than his legend."

Muhammad Ali To Be Buried After Final Journey Through Hometown:

A funeral procession for Muhammad Ali will travel through his hometown, passing by his childhood home to the first boxing gym where he trained — the places where the legendary boxer spent his early, formative years.

After the morning procession, The Greatest will be laid to rest Friday.
Throngs of supporters are expected to line the streets of his final journey, including Muhammad Ali Boulevard, as the procession starts at 9 a.m. ET through Louisville. The 16 to 18 car procession is scheduled to pass the Ali Center, go by his childhood home, weave past Central High where he graduated and then continue to the Columbia Gym where he first trained.
The 90-minute procession will end at the Cave Hill Cemetery, where he will be buried in a private ceremony.
Owen Lima and Blue with Lowe's store manager Paolo Gallo

Lowes Hires Man And His Service Dog When No One Else Would:

There is no denying the power of honorable deeds and photos of cute dogs in restoring our faith in humanity.

Owen Lima and his service dog, Blue, are the newest recruits at a Lowe’s home improvement store in Canada.
Lima suffers from a brain injury that requires him to have a service dog. Because of the injury, Lima can have a hard time understanding people when they speak too quickly. His canine sidekick helps calm him down and prevent anxiety attacks.
But it came with a problem: He had difficulty finding a job.
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source: CNN.com

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