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The 2016 RNC was celebratory and friendly, both online and off
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Six vehicles powered by coffee, saltwater, sewage and other crazy fuels
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Wikileaks publishes thousands of DNC emails
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Verizon is reportedly close to buying Yahoo for $5 billion
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