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Despite some minor snafus, Gary Johnson, Libertarian Party's presidential nominee, says he plans to keep doing his thing going forward, touting a recent single-day "money comet" haul. (Associated Press)

Libertarians hope to woo supporters from RNC

- The Washington Times

But despite some minor snafus and less than half a million dollars in the bank, the Libertarian Party's presidential nominee says he plans to keep doing his thing going forward, touting a recent single-day "money comet" haul of $100,000 and calling developments at the GOP convention a "sad state of affairs."

Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, in an undated file photo. (Associated Press) **FILE**

Rand Paul skipping Republican National Convention

- Associated Press

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul will hold town hall events and perform pro bono eye surgeries in Kentucky rather than attend the expected nomination of one-time rival Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention next week, his campaign said Friday.

In this July 8, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in Philadelphia. In another nod to primary rival Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton is announcing a new proposal to double funding for community health centers, aiming to increase access to primary care services.  (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

In nod to Sanders, Clintons offers new health care proposals

- Associated Press

In another nod to primary rival Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton is proposing to increase federal money for community health centers and outlining steps to expand access to health care across the nation.

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Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology John Holdren. **FILE**

Next president shouldn't be a mad scientist

The next president should take a dramatic step to show that science is truly important to policy-making and good governance. The best way to do that? Abolish the White House Office of Science and Technology.