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Sanders delegates — feeling burned?

Sanders delegates — feeling burned?

At the Republican convention in Cleveland last week, the talk was all about emails and party infighting.Now I'm back in Philly covering the Democrats — same thing.

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Clean energy advocates urge DNC to ban fracking, promote renewable fuels

Clean energy advocates urge DNC to ban fracking, promote renewable fuels

Thousands of campaigners for clean energy marched through the center of Philadelphia on the eve of the Democratic National Convention on Sunday, urging the party to adopt policies that would ban fracking and promote the use of

Center City church opens its doors to train protesters, peacekeepers [photos]

Center City church opens its doors to train protesters, peacekeepers [photos]

Arch Street United Methodist Church feels more like a hotel lobby this weekend as a steady stream of activists and volunteers come and go through the side entrance on Broad Street. 

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