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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.
So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, July 9, 2016.
Dallas’ police chief got brutally honest in the aftermath of the recent shootings: ‘We don’t feel much support most days. Let’s not make today most days.’
Is President Barack Obama responsible for the mayhem in Dallas?
Don’t rush to judgment in Baton Rouge.
A moment of candor on the growing division that seems to be ripping our nation apart.
A very personal look at the recent spate of violence across the country. (Be warned, the content is graphic.)
The DNC’s response is also unacceptable.
DNC statement on this week's shootings mentions Dallas in last line of 4th paragraph, calling it "unacceptable" pic.twitter.com/2C031tqjIs
— Tim Alberta (@TimAlberta) July 8, 2016
[score]Ted Cruz[/score] promised Donald Trump that he would not disrupt the Republican National Convention but that there would be NO presidential endorsement forthcoming.
GOP insiders are worried sick about the terrible fundraising numbers from June.
Newt Gingrich told Fox News that he would definitely accept if Donald Trump asked him to be his running mate in the upcoming presidential election.
Congressman [score]Will Hurd[/score] (R-TX) argues that Democrats have no idea how classified information actually works!
Ending the false narrative about police killing black men at a disproportionate rate?
Hillary Clinton escaping criminal charges simply proves that we get the leaders we deserve.
David Horowitz argues that Donald Trump will win come November.
GOP voters don’t seem all that interested in dumping Trump.