sábado, 1 de julho de 2017

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-A Migrant Smuggling Kingpin Is on Trial—What If He’s the Wrong Man?

Stocks Notch Strong First Half, but Fears Linger Over Outlook

Global stock markets just put up their best opening half-year results in years, but investors are keeping an eye on central banks and wondering if the gains can last. 61in 10 hours

Clinton Email Seeker Cited Trump Aides

GOP activist Peter W. Smith listed Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway, besides Mike Flynn, in a recruiting document; his purpose isn’t clear and there is no indication he asked for or received any coordination with them. 115in 17 hours

Insurers’ Policy Warnings Raise Stakes in Health Fight

Hundreds of thousands of consumers are getting letters from insurers warning that their health plans will be terminated at year-end, raising alarm at a politically sensitive moment in the health-care debate. 81in 12 hours

Conservatives Urge Quick Health-Law Repeal If GOP Bill Stalls

Conservative Republicans revived a proposal to quickly repeal the Affordable Care Act and come up with a replacement later, a surprise move reflecting the fractured state of the Senate GOP. 1952in 19 hours

A Migrant Smuggling Kingpin Is on Trial—What If He’s the Wrong Man?

For several years, as Europe’s migration crisis grew, investigators pursued one of the world’s most wanted people smugglers. Last year, they thought they found him. But the African man held in Sicily is actually a poor migrant from Eritrea, say a host of people—including, it appears, the target himself. in 4 hours

TV Hosts: Trump Officials Used Tabloid as a Threat

A war of words between President Donald Trump and MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski escalated Friday, with the television co-hosts saying administration officials offered to help quash a National Enquirer article if they eased up on their coverage of the president.1103in 8 hours

Odebrecht Family Loosens Grip on Scandal-Plagued Construction Giant

The billionaire family that owns Brazil’s Odebrecht plans to relinquish its grip over the board and turn all of the firm’s businesses public, as the company battles to emerge from one of the largest corruption scandals in history. in 13 hours
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