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Twitter's shares fell hard after its quarterly update showed more losses for the struggling social media platform, which has seen sluggish growth in revenues and active users. Shares were down nearly 11 percent at $16.45 in Tuesday's after-hours trade following the report, which showed Twitter's loss narrowed to $107 million in the second quarter from $136 million a year earlier. "We've made a lot of progress on our priorities this quarter," Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey said of the results.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — With mothers of police violence victims on the stage and anti-gun protesters in the streets, Hillary Clinton and Democrats are giving gun control and efforts to curb police violence a starring role at their summer convention.