'Selfie strategy': Candidates have a reason for taking more fan photos than ever
If a voter meets a presidential candidate and no one is around to Instagram it, did it really happen?
With smartphones more ubiquitous than ever, candidates have had to adapt and find opportunities to
satisfy the constant unquenchable demand for selfies. Democratic candidates for president take selfies with supporters. Chelsea Stahl / NBC News; Getty Images Congress this week: What to watch
From voting on a resolution to enforce subpoenas against Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn, to calling former Watergate whistle-blower John Dean to testify before the House Judiciary Committee,
here are some of the House Democrats moves to watch this week. Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz shot in ambush attack
Ortiz was at a bar when
he was shot in the back at nearly point-blank range Sunday night in his native Dominican Republic, authorities said.
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The 43-year-old who helped lead Boston to three World Series titles, underwent surgery and is in stable condition, according to police.
Ortiz's father, Leo, said his son was out of danger and there was no damage to major organs.
"Big Papi will be around for a long time," Leo Ortiz said.
David Ortiz hit 541 homers in 20 major league seasons, including 14 years with the Red Sox. He retired from baseball after the 2016 season. Maddie Meyer / Getty Images, file Want to receive the Morning Rundown in your inbox? Sign up here. Plus The chickenpox vaccine may also significantly reduce a child’s risk of shingles, a new study finds. THINK about it
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five summer workouts that don't feel like work. Quote of the day "With everything we’re doing, at what point do we jab them enough that Mexico just gives us the middle finger?"
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"Hadestown," a folk opera about a young couple's dark trek to the underworld,
topped Broadway's Tony Awards on Sunday winning eight honors, including the top prize best musical.
"The Ferryman," British playwright Jez Butterworth's wrenching examination of a family during the sectarian violence in Northern Ireland in the 1980s, won best play and best director for Sam Mendes.
Ali Stroker stole the show on Broadway's big night and made history by becoming the first actor in a wheelchair to win a Tony, for her role in "Oklahoma!"
“This award is for every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability, who has a limitation or a challenge, who has been waiting to see themselves represented in this arena,” she said in her acceptance speech. “You are.”
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