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sexta-feira, 29 de julho de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Hillary Clinton Pitches Her Vision For America

Hillary Clinton Pitches Her Vision For America

Candidate seeks to underline contrast with rival as she accepts nomination

In her speech accepting the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton issues a call for unity. “Our country's motto is 'E pluribus unum,' out of many, we are one,” she said. “Will we stay true to that motto?” Photo: Getty Images.
In her speech accepting the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton issues a call for unity. “Our country's motto is 'E pluribus unum,' out of many, we are one,” she said. “Will we stay true to that motto?” Photo: Getty Images.
Mrs. Clinton’s speech aimed to improve her image with stories about her family and her early work for children. 419in a day

Two Conventions, Two Distinct World Views

Democrats presented a portrait of the country that is nearly the opposite of the one Republicans offered, Gerald F. Seib explains. in a day

Father of Muslim Army Vet Killed in Iraq Blasts Trump

Khizr Khan, the father of a Muslim Army officer who was killed in Iraq, offered to lend the GOP nominee his copy of the Constitution. 154in a day

Opinion

Hillary’s One-Candidate Race

Democrats vs. Democrats on the Sharing Economy

Democrats’ Strategy Begins With Parrying Trump in Rust Belt

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, left, appears onstage following President Barack Obama's speech endorsing her during the third night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Wednesday. Mr. Obama plans to campaign actively for his former secretary of state in the fall campaign.
Hillary Clinton’s first order of business after the convention is a bus trip through the battlegrounds of Pennsylvania and Ohio, the opening move in a strategy that focuses on states President Obama won and brands her opponent as unfit to be president. in a day

What’s News

What to Watch in the GDP Report

If the economy advanced at the rate economists forecast, it would be the fastest pace in a year. An improvement would suggest the economy has stabilized, as opposed to gradually slowing into a contraction. in a day

Bank of Japan Takes Modest Action, Leaves Key Rate Unchanged

The Bank of Japan said it would expand only its buying of exchange-traded funds, a move that disappointed investors and indicated it may have reached the limits of monetary policy. in a day

Apple’s Hard-Charging Tactics Backfire in TV

Some of the tactics used by Apple so successfully have hurt its efforts to revolutionize the TV-watching experience. In search of its new big thing, the company has alienated cable providers and networks with an assertive negotiating style. 71in a day

ANALYSIS

Islamic State Threat in Europe Shifts

The mushrooming of small-scale terror attacks has allowed Islamic State and its adherents to keep Europeans on edge without having to train and equip teams to pull off highly sophisticated operations. in 18 hours

Oil Nears a Bear Market

U.S. oil prices fell to near $41 a barrel, reflecting concerns the world is still awash in crude, and are down nearly 20% since early June. in a day

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