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Highlights from the first night of the Democratic National Convention on July 25, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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“We are stronger together,” the campaign slogan says. But the voices of the convention say there’s still strong interest in staying apart. A raucous Democratic National Convention opened Monday night under conditions previously found only in paperback political thrillers. The chair of the Democratic Party was almost literally booed away entirely. The city was on a sweltering, soaked and locked-down edge. A massive email hack of the Democratic National Committee was being blamed on the Russians. A night that was intended to showcase Democratic unity instead exposed the opposite. Mere mentions of the names of Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine drew jeers and worse from delegates early on. Tellingly, the closing line of Bernie Sanders’ much-anticipated speech, where he said Clinton “would make an outstanding president,” was met with an odd mix of cheers, boos, and chants. After a tense first day of the convention, it was left to a trio of Democratic superstars -– none of whom have a...

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Sanders was the last speaker Monday night.

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New Jersey senator says "generations of heroic Americans have made America more inclusive, more expansive and more just."

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Her speech was met with some jeers and boos by Sanders supporters.

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Photos from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

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A review of the contentious relationship this primary season between the prominent Democrat and presidential contender.

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“We are stronger together,” the campaign slogan says. But the voices of the convention say there’s still strong interest in staying apart. A raucous Democratic National Convention opened Monday night under conditions previously found only in paperback political thrillers. The chair of the Democratic Party was almost literally booed away entirely. The city was on a sweltering, soaked and locked-down edge. A massive email hack of the Democratic National Committee was being blamed on the Russians. A night that was intended to showcase Democratic unity instead exposed the opposite. Mere mentions of the names of Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine drew jeers and worse from delegates early on. Tellingly, the closing line of Bernie Sanders’ much-anticipated speech, where he said Clinton “would make an outstanding president,” was met with an odd mix of cheers, boos, and chants. After a tense first day of the convention, it was left to a trio of Democratic superstars -– none of whom have a...

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Donald Trump's name was spoken 138 times on the first night of the DNC.

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Sanders was the last speaker Monday night.

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The stabbing attack happened at a handicapped facility near Tokyo, NHK reported.

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Hatred appears to be what fueled a young Japanese man who went on a stabbing rampage, killing 19 people Tuesday at a facility for the mentally disabled where he had been fired

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Every day, ABC News will be fact-checking speakers at the Democratic National Convention.

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Dallas police say they are investigating the death of a 2-year-old boy left in a hot car as his family attended church service Sunday.

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First studies to estimate the risk of infection using mathematical models.

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Sanders was the last speaker Monday night.

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The first lady said Hillary Clinton knows the job of president and takes it seriously.

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Massachusetts senator speaks in support of Hillary Clinton at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.

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Twenty-one children dead in hot cars with more than 50 million people in a dangerous heat zone.

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Two teenagers were identified as the two victims killed in a shooting outside a Florida club early this morning.

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