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    Threat of investigations hangs over Clinton and Trump

    No matter who wins the White House on Tuesday, the next president is likely to enter office under the threat of investigation by the rival party. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both deeply polarizing figures unlikely to enjoy a period of goodwill from the other side of the aisle. Multiple Republicans this week have predicted impeachment could be on the table if Clinton wins, a possibility Trump has mentioned in a late effort to boost his bid for the White House. And while Republicans are likely to control at least one chamber of Congress next year, Democrats would almost certainly…

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    Brazil vs South Africa,Mexico vs Germany,Portugal vs Argentina

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    Pennsylvania poll: Clinton up by 9 points

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican nominee Donald Trump by 9 points in Pennsylvania, according to a new Suffolk University poll. In a head-to-head matchup, Clinton has 50 percent support and Trump has 41 percent support among likely general-election voters in the battleground state. Another 8 percent are undecided. In a four-way matchup, including Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Clinton still holds a 9-point lead over Trump, 46 to 37 percent. Johnson takes 5 percent and Stein takes 3 percent. Another 9 percent are undecided. In the four-way matchup, Clinton led by 19 points…

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    US partners with Costa Rica to protect Central American refugees

    Costa Rica will offer temporary protection to refugees fleeing Central America for the US, the Obama administration announced on Tuesday, following an admission by officials of its failure to address the surge in refugees fleeing violence, rape and kidnappings. “Our current efforts to date have been insufficient to address the number of people who may have legitimate refugee claims,” said Amy Pope, deputy homeland security adviser, in a press call on Tuesday morning. Central Americans from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala have fled their countries in their thousands. As violence in the Northern Triangle spiked in 2015, the number of…

  • BBC

    Sanders seeks unity at Democratic national convention after chair resigns

    Bernie Sanders will on Monday urge supporters to consider how “far superior” Hillary Clinton is to the alternative, as Democrats seek to defuse outbreaks of tension at the start of their four-day national convention in Philadelphia. Debbie Wasserman Schultz to resign as DNC chair as email scandal rocks Democrats Read more In a crucial opening night address to delegates, the Vermont senator will appear alongside first lady Michelle Obama as the party seeks a display of unity in contrast with Republican infighting in Cleveland last week. The star-studded convention got off to a rocky start on Sunday, when Democratic National…

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Threat of investigations hangs over Clinton and Trump

No matter who wins the White House on Tuesday, the next president is likely to enter office under the threat of investigation by the rival party. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both deeply polarizing figures unlikely to enjoy a period of goodwill from the other side of the aisle. Multiple Republicans this week have predicted impeachment could be on the table if Clinton wins, a possibility Trump has mentioned in a late effort to boost his bid for the White House. And while Republicans are likely to control at least one chamber of Congress next year, Democrats would almost certainly…

U.N. accepts role in deadly Haiti cholera outbreak for first time

Nicoderm Aristide, left, waits with his daughter Sofia (not shown) as Katiana Presmy holds her daughter Erica Jupiter, 4, at cholera treatment facility in Port-Au-Prince in late 2010. (Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post) By Nick Miroff August 18 at 9:33 AM U.N. officials have acknowledged for the first time that the organization bears responsibility for the 2010 cholera outbreak in Haiti that has sickened hundreds of thousands and left some 10,000 dead. U.N. officials have refused for years to acknowledge a role in bringing cholera to Haiti, but suspicions have long fallen on a contingent of U.N. peacekeeping troops from Nepal…

The Guardian

US partners with Costa Rica to protect Central American refugees

Costa Rica will offer temporary protection to refugees fleeing Central America for the US, the Obama administration announced on Tuesday, following an admission by officials of its failure to address the surge in refugees fleeing violence, rape and kidnappings. “Our current efforts to date have been insufficient to address the number of people who may have legitimate refugee claims,” said Amy Pope, deputy homeland security adviser, in a press call on Tuesday morning. Central Americans from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala have fled their countries in their thousands. As violence in the Northern Triangle spiked in 2015, the number of…

BBC

Sanders seeks unity at Democratic national convention after chair resigns

Bernie Sanders will on Monday urge supporters to consider how “far superior” Hillary Clinton is to the alternative, as Democrats seek to defuse outbreaks of tension at the start of their four-day national convention in Philadelphia. Debbie Wasserman Schultz to resign as DNC chair as email scandal rocks Democrats Read more In a crucial opening night address to delegates, the Vermont senator will appear alongside first lady Michelle Obama as the party seeks a display of unity in contrast with Republican infighting in Cleveland last week. The star-studded convention got off to a rocky start on Sunday, when Democratic National…

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