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Southwest Airlines employees Debbie Wafford (background left) and Janet Felty along with Felty's daughter Aubrey Felty, 12 (center) clean the playground equipment as they volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House at Akron Children's Hospital Sunday in Akron, Ohio. (Karen Schiely /Akron Beacon Journal)
Southwest Airlines employee Judy Peters mixes brownie batter as fellow employees Eric Daniels (background left) and Michael Frost clean the kitchen as they volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House at Akron Children's Hospital Sunday in Akron, Ohio. (Karen Schiely /Akron Beacon Journal)
PHILADELPHIA: Hillary Clinton capped a four-day convention celebration with a plea for national unity and tolerance. Now, one of the most divisive and distrusted figures in American politics must convince voters that she, rather than Republican rival Donald Trump, can bring a deeply divided nation together.