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Hillary Clinton takes the stage in Philadelphia tonight to officially accept the Democratic presidential nomination, becoming the first woman to do so for a major party.
A day of peaceful gatherings outside the Democratic National Convention turned chaotic Wednesday evening, with some members of the crowd setting fire to an American flag and others arrested after breaking through a Secret Service perimeter fence. The turmoil unfolded around the same time that President Obama took the main stage at the DNC.
PGA Championship kicks off in New Jersey today— world No. 1 Jason Day will attempt to defend his title after winning last year’s PGA Championship at Wisconsin’s Whistling Straits. The first group of golfers have already teed off this morning.
A meteor shower, which has been sprinkling the night sky for a few days, peaks tomorrow. The best time to see the speeding sparks of light is between midnight and just before dawn.
GOOD NEWS about a transportation project in Seattle: The first light rail station south of Sea-Tac airport is millions under budget and ahead of schedule, according to Sound Transit’s CEO.