• United States election 2016: Clinton rips into Trump over taxes

    United States election 2016: Clinton rips into Trump over taxes

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    The Democrat's broadside was her first response to a weekend New York Times report that Trump claimed a loss of almost $916 million in a single year on his personal income taxes. "The 1995 tax records, never before disclosed, reveal the extraordinary tax benefits that Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, derived from the financial wreckage he left behind in the early 1990s through mismanagement of three Atlantic City casinos, his ill-fated foray into the airline business and his ...
  • Lancio con tuta alare: base jumper si schianta su una casa

    Lancio con tuta alare: base jumper si schianta su una casa

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    Sul posto sono intervenute la Gendarmerie e i medici. È stata avviata un'indagine, condotta dal Peloton Gendarmerie de Haute Montagne (PGHM) di Chamonix . Dall'inizio del 2016 35 persone sono morte durante lanci con la tuta alare di cui cinque solo a Chamonix dove nell'estate del 2015 si sono contati circa 2000 lanci.
  • Australian banks to face three-day inquiry

    Australian banks to face three-day inquiry

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    The committee is split between members of the governing coalition, who believe measures including the annual committee hearings are enough to remedy poor bank practices, and opposition politicians who support a more powerful Royal Commission to investigate the banks.
  • Salone Libro, indagato vicepresidente

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    Difeso dall'avvocato Alberto Mittone, Moisio si dice "sereno". E che, per quanto riguarda i suoi rapporti con la Fondazione nella quale è vicepresidente, e attualmente presidente facente funzione, ha dichiarato ieri al cda l'intenzione di dimettersi.
  • Clinton tries economic appeal on Ohio voters

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    Peter Wehner, a former senior adviser to President George W. Bush, said Trump is "self-destructing" because of his erratic and narcissistic personality. "Don't you think a man who has this kind of economic genius is a lot better for the United States than a woman?" "Hillary Clinton's only loyalty is to her financial contributors and to herself", he said.
  • Bass Pro Shops hooks Cabela's in $5.5 billion deal

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    Bass Pro announced Monday that it is buying Cabela's for $4.5 billion. The deal would unite two of the country's largest hunting and fishing stores and likely face an antitrust examination. Cabela's also agreed to sell its credit card business called "World's Foremost Bank" to Capital One Financial Corp., which will forge a 10-year partnership with Bass Pro to issue credit cards to Cabela's customers.
  • Lamar Jackson: Lamar Jackson can't will Cardinals to victory

    Lamar Jackson: Lamar Jackson can't will Cardinals to victory

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    Jackson and the Cardinals' high-powered offense responded in a big way in the second half, scoring 26 straight points to grab a 36-28 lead with 7:52 remaining. After an embarrassing 45-14 loss to a 2-2 Ole Miss team, Georgia looks to bounce back with a big win against the 4-0 Volunteers. In just the fourth quarter, Watson completed 5 of 8 for 94 yards and the two scores.
  • Donald Trump Digs In Over Taxes, Blames an 'Unfair' System

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    A few dozen volunteers had made almost 10,000 calls by the time Trump visited and saluted their efforts. The back-to-back bad news piled on a week of Trump missteps and his increasingly aggressive personal attacks on Clinton. The Republican presidential candidate is recounting big financial losses from the 1990s in the context of surviving. Giuliani tells NBC's "Meet the Press" that if Trump hadn't used his business losses to his advantage on his taxes, he would have been sued by any ...
  • NRA ridicules Kim Kardashian after she's robbed at gunpoint

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    Reality TV star Kim Kardashian returned to NY "badly shaken" on Monday after being robbed at gunpoint in her Paris residence by masked men who stole some $10 million worth of jewelry from her. Following the incident, Ms. Kardashian West flew to New Jersey, where she was met by Kanye West, Kris Jenner, and a team of security guards, who escorted her to Manhattan, reports TMZ .