What’s Trending: Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
-Hillary Clinton was officially named the Democratic presidential nominee following the state-by-state roll call vote yesterday at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
-Bernie Sanders spoke with Vermont from the floor at the end of the roll call vote, calling to end the process and officially declare Clinton the nominee.
-Bill Clinton gave a personal speech about his wife, telling stories from how they first met at Yale to their political careers.
-Study: Children play outside half the time their parents did as kids.
-On average children were playing outside for just over four hours a week, compared to -8.2 hours a week when the adults questioned were children.
-I think maybe we felt safer then…what do you think?
-The nominees for the MTV Video Music Awards are out and Beyoncé received 11 nominations, including video of the year, for “Lemonade.”
-Adele’s “Hello” received eight nominations while Taylor Swift was snubbed.
-The awards take place on August 28th.
-Study: People who are more charitable have more relations.
-People were given $100 and were able to donate all the money to charity, donate part of it, or keep the cash for themselves.
-The men who gave more money to charity had more sexual partners.
-The women who were more charitable had relations more frequently.
-Miss Cleo, whose real name was Youree Harris, died yesterday in Palm Beach County, Florida.
-She had colon cancer that spread to her liver and lungs.
-She was the TV psychic who became a household name in the 1990s.
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