segunda-feira, 7 de novembro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-FBI: No New Evidence in Emails to Charge Clinton

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FBI Director Comey announced Sunday that the bureau stands behind its prior decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton after reviewing new emails from her tenure as Secretary of State.
FBI Director Comey announced Sunday that the bureau stands behind its prior decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton after reviewing new emails from her tenure as Secretary of State.

FBI: No New Evidence in Emails to Charge Clinton

Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey said no new evidence has been found to warrant charges against Hillary Clinton in the investigation stemming from her use of a private email server while in government. 3139in 2 days

ELECTION 2016

Donald Trump’s Path to Victory Is Narrow

With days before the election, Democrat Hillary Clinton has several apparent paths to the White House, while Republican Donald Trump must sweep battleground states and seize at least one Democratic-leaning state. 131in 2 days

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Hillary Clinton holds a 4-point lead over Donald Trump, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds. 1634in 2 days

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U.S.-Backed Forces Launch Offensive to Seize ISIS’s Raqqa

U.S.-backed Kurdish and Arab forces in Syria began a long-anticipated offensive against the Islamic State-controlled city of Raqqa, an operation timed to leverage a similar push in Iraq to crush the extremist group. 77in 2 days

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Earnings for the biggest U.S. companies began to rebound in the third quarter, offering a glimmer of growth. But some executives are already expressing caution about the coming year. in 2 days
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