quarta-feira, 31 de agosto de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Rousseff Ousted as Brazil President


Donald Trump on Wednesday said he would deport "criminal illegal immigrants" in the U.S., and that anyone else here illegally could also be subject to deportation. Photo: Getty Images
Donald Trump on Wednesday said he would deport "criminal illegal immigrants" in the U.S., and that anyone else here illegally could also be subject to deportation. Photo: Getty Images

ELECTION 2016

Trump Vows Deportations and Stands by Wall Plan

Donald Trump, hours after seeming to ease his immigration and trade policy while standing with Mexico’s president, told a crowd that all illegal immigrants are “subject to deportation” and that all those seeking legalization will have to go home and re-enter the country legally. 1754in a day

Elon Musk Faces Cash Squeeze at Tesla, SolarCity

Two pillars of the entrepreneur’s empire are facing financial crunches as he seeks to combine the two companies through a controversial acquisition. 184in a day

Cash Keeps Pouring Out of European Stocks

Money has flowed out of European equity funds every week for more than six months, a stretch that is now longer than the previous record set during the financial crisis. in a day

Rousseff Ousted as Brazil President

Dilma Rousseff, who struggled as Brazil’s president amid a fractious political climate, was removed from office following an impeachment trial. 195in a day

CAPITAL ACCOUNT

A Cure for Swelling Drug Prices: Competition

Price spikes for drugs like EpiPen and Daraprim reflect a lack of competition that can be curbed by allowing generic drugs approved abroad to be sold in the U.S., Greg Ip writes. 104in a day

High Court Rejects N.C. Appeal to Revive Voting Restrictions

A divided Supreme Court rejected an emergency appeal by North Carolina seeking to revive stricter state voting rules, which reduced the number of days for early voting and required photo identification at the polls. 269in a day

Into Syria’s Chaos, Add a Kurdish State

Amid the civil war’s chaos, the semiautonomous Rojava region has mushroomed in size and might, alarming Turkey and putting the U.S. uncomfortably in the middle. 59in 21 hours
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