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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 6/27/16 *** In West Virginia, at least 25 people have been killed in one of the deadliest floods in the state's history *** The committee drafting the Democratic Party's platform has rejected a number of measures proposed by members appointed by Bernie Sanders. Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, on Friday, members rejected measures to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, declare a national moratorium on fracking, and call for a $15-an-hour federal minimum wage and an end to Israeli occupation and illegal settlements. Sanders said he was "disappointed and dismayed" *** In California, at least seven people have been stabbed and 10 hospitalized after a confrontation between white nationalists and anti-racist counterprotesters at the state capital in Sacramento. White nationalist leader Matthew Heimbach said only one of the people injured was from his group, the Traditionalist Worker Party, which organized the rally to "make a statement about the precarious situation our race is in" after what it called "brutal assaults" at Donald Trump events. Hundreds of anti-racist demonstrators outnumbered the white nationalists *** Britain remains in a widening crisis days after voters chose to leave the European Union. British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his resignation. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing a coup within his own party as more than a dozen members of his shadow cabinet have resigned or been fired. Scotland has announced it will take any steps needed to stay inside the European Union, including possibly holding a second independence referendum. Global stock markets have plummeted. More than $2 trillion was wiped off global equity markets on Friday in the biggest daily loss ever. Earlier today the British pound hit a 31-year low *** More tomorrow

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