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-1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Hillary Rodham Clinton Bill Clinton United States Secretary of State United States Senate election in New York 2006 Barack Obama Medicine Chelsea Clinton Tropical cyclone
A fish story in Platte River Networks’ purge of Clinton e-mails
The latest controversy involving Hillary Clinton’s decision to run her State Department e-mail through private servers contains a hard-to-believe shocker that ought to give reasonable people pause.
9203 points by The Denver Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton Federal Bureau of Investigation Bill Clinton United States Department of Justice J. Edgar Hoover Robert Mueller Barack Obama United States Senate election in New York 2006
Fact check: The FBI files on Clinton’s emails
The FBI’s summary of its investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton contradicted some of her past statements about her use o...       
412 points by USA Today | Hillary Rodham Clinton E-mail Barack Obama United States Secretary of State Bill Clinton E-mail address United States presidential election 2008 United States Senate election in New York 2006
Russia plotted to assassinate prime minister of Montenegro: report
Russia plotted to assassinate the pro-western prime minister of the tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro in October — to keep it from joining NATO, a news report said Saturday. Britain’s Telegraph newspaper said the murder of then-Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic had been scheduled for the country’s election day — and would have involved an attack...
1 points by New York Post | Montenegro Milo Đukanović Montenegrin language Montenegrin independence referendum 2006 Filip Vujanović Constitution of Montenegro Serbia Plot
UK officials think Russia behind Montenegro plot: Sunday Telegraph
LONDON (Reuters) - British officials believe Russian authorities were behind a plot in October to kill Montenegro's pro-Western prime minister, the Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported, citing senior British government sources.
49 points by Reuters | Milo Đukanović Montenegro Reuters Thomson Reuters Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia News agency Government of Montenegro Montenegrin independence referendum 2006
Anti-Islam Wilders frontrunner as Dutch election campaign begins
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Campaigning for the Dutch election began on Wednesday with anti-Islam leader Geert Wilders frontrunner in a vote that will test the anti-establishment sentiment that swept Britain out of the European Union and Donald Trump into the U.S. presidency.
-2 points by Reuters | Netherlands Voting Reuters People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Thomson Reuters European Union Political party Dutch general election 2006
Greece Wants Concessions on Creditor Demands
Greece is balking at creditors’ latest austerity proposal, effectively ending hopes of a deal this month to break the deadlock over the country’s troubled bailout.
58 points by The Wall Street Journal | International Monetary Fund Greece Debt Eurozone Cabinet Finance Taoiseach Greek local elections 2006
Geert Wilders tweets fake picture of rival
Altered picture purports to show party leader Alexander Pechthold at rally with banners calling for rule of Islamic law.
701 points by Al Jazeera English | Party for Freedom Geert Wilders People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Pim Fortuyn Islam Dutch general election 2006 House of Representatives of the Netherlands Netherlands
The 2016 Race: Hillary Clinton’s Lead Has Shrunk: How to Assess the Polls
She’s no longer leading by seven or eight points, but we’ll get a clearer picture soon of where she stands as high-quality polls roll in.
8383 points by The New York Time | Poll Voting Hillary Rodham Clinton United States presidential election 2008 Bill Clinton Opinion poll Barack Obama United States Senate election in New York 2006
Sneed exclusive: Munger appointed to deputy guv post
http://chicago.suntimes.com/politics/sneed-exclusive-pritzker-goes-on-gubernatorial-listening-tour/ She was out walking her dog when she got the call. It was a surprise summons. “It was three weeks ago when my cell went off walking Daisy, and I hesitated to answer because there was no called ID,” said former Republican State Comptroller Leslie Munger — who was appointed a special deputy governor Friday […]
-2 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Hillary Rodham Clinton Bill Clinton Democratic Party James Carville Barack Obama United States Senate election in New York 2006 Rod Blagojevich Iowa Democratic caucuses 2008
Rio de Janeiro's former governor arrested over corruption allegations
Andrew V. PestanoRIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 17 (UPI) -- Sergio Cabral, ex-governor of Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state, was arrested in connection with a $64 million embezzlement scheme, police said.
5 points by UPI | Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Rio de Janeiro Fernando Henrique Cardoso José Sarney United Press International Brazilian general election 2006 President of Brazil
Prosecutors summing up case in Wilders hate speech trial
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Dutch prosecutors insisted Wednesday that the decision to put populist anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders on trial for hate speech was based purely on the law, countering Wilders' claims that the case is politically motivated.Putting Wilders on trial "is based on a thorough analysis of the law, the specific circumstances of this case and the use of all the expertise of the prosecutor's office," prosecutor Wouter Bos told a three-judge panel. "Nothing more, nothing less."
-2 points by Boston Herald | Dutch general election 2006 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy Hate speech Netherlands Lawyer House of Representatives of the Netherlands Party for Freedom Geert Wilders
Bombing Case Points to Gaps in Trump’s and Clinton’s Antiterrorism Plans
There is nothing in the two candidates’ plans that would have had much chance of stopping Ahmad Khan Rahami from planting bombs in New York and New Jersey.
1134 points by The New York Times | Hillary Rodham Clinton Terrorism Bill Clinton Democratic Party Barack Obama Presidency of Bill Clinton United States Senate election in New York 2006 Iowa Democratic caucuses 2008
Trial of former Auschwitz SS medic begins in Germany
The trial of a former Nazi concentration camp SS medic began on Monday at a provincial court in Germany.
-1 points by | Auschwitz concentration camp Zyklon B Extermination camp Capital punishment Nazi concentration camps Adolf Eichmann Rudolf Höss 2006
Hillary Clinton diagnosed with pneumonia before incident at 9/11 event, campaign says
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday, according to her campaign. In a statement released Sunday after Mrs. Clinton collapsed at a Sept. 11 memorial event in New York, Dr. Lisa Bardack said she made the diagnosis while examining the candidate's recent coughing incidents. The former ...
4469 points by The Washington Times | Hillary Rodham Clinton First Lady of the United States Bill Clinton Barack Obama Cough Democratic Party United States Senate election in New York 2006 Kirsten Gillibrand
How the media covered Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump after 9/11
A look at how they appeared in the public eye at the time — not how they would like to be seen now.
1208 points by The Washington Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton New York City Rudy Giuliani Bill Clinton Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic Party Barack Obama United States Senate election in New York 2006
Clinton falls ill during 9/11 memorial service in New York
Clinton left for her daughter's home, according to the campaign.
12088 points by The Washington Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton Bill Clinton Democratic Party Barack Obama 1947 births George W. Bush United States Senate election in New York 2006 Iowa Democratic caucuses 2008