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In her most extensive remarks since she conceded the race to Donald J. Trump early Wednesday, Mrs. Clinton told donors on a 30-minute conference call that Mr. Clinton did not make that accusation Saturday. But Clinton did say that what should have been good news essentially backfired. During an organizing event in Daytona Beach, she lashed out at Comey's "unprecedented" and " deeply troubling " actions.
  • Iraqi special forces resume offensive in Mosul

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    A number of people whose bullet-riddled bodies were hung from telephone poles for communicating information to Iraqi forces by cellphone. The revelations are the latest reports of IS brutality as the group retreats into dense urban quarters of Iraqi's second-largest city, forcing the population to go with them as human shields.
  • S. Korea leader can be investigated, says her PM nominee

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    Earlier this week, prosecutors detained Park's friend, Choi Soon-sil, and requested an arrest warrant for her. The scandal has shaken the presidency, exposing Park to public outrage and ridicule and, with just over a year left in office, seen her approval ratings plunge into single digits.
  • Electoral College reform likely an 'extremely onerous process'

    Electoral College reform likely an 'extremely onerous process'

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    The petition favoring Clinton said the electors can vote for the former secretary of state, if they choose, regardless of how individual residents of their states voted. "We can be sure Clinton supporters will be glad to pay!" As of this writing, the petition has almost 800,000 signatures. Another grassroots petition drive is being launched by Faithlessnow.com, as reported by Yahoo News.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation combing newly found emails

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    A law enforcement official confirmed late Sunday that investigators had obtained a search warrant to begin the review of Abedin's emails on Weiner's computer. Yet, he said, Trump voters favor the NY businessman who has never held political office "because we judge the leadership of our country to have failed".
  • Trump to turn over business empire to his children

    Trump to turn over business empire to his children

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    He also oversees his father's 18 golf courses. Trump's companies owe significant foreign debt, including to Deutsche Bank, a German bank now negotiating a settlement with the U.S. After real estate mogul and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton to be named the next President of the United States, he is all set to transfer management of the Trump Organisation to his children ahead of taking up his responsibilities as President.
  • Obama hosts Trump at White House for first meeting after election

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    Trump noted that he and Obama haven't met each other before. And Michael Charles, a longtime resident of the city, said he'd be happy to get paid, dismissing the tweet as "more of the same" from Trump. Trump went from the White House to Capitol Hill for meetings with Republican congressional leaders, most of whom had a frosty relationship with Trump during a campaign where he tore into the Washington establishment.
  • As wildfire smoke streams across South, masks urged for some

    As wildfire smoke streams across South, masks urged for some

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    Almost a dozen large fires were uncontainable, with about 14 more breaking out on Thursday alone. The fires - many of them suspected arsons - have prompted evacuations in Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee in recent days. Firefighters in Alabama have battled more than 1,100 fires that have charred almost 12,000 acres in the last month. "It's fed by Black Creek and the creek is dry".
  • Kelly Hawes column: How Donald Trump won the election

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    The nation's only Latina governor issued a congratulatory message to President-elect Donald Trump after refusing to endorse him before the election. Clinton's margin in the popular vote could be four times the size of Al Gore's in 2000. Here are some of the names being touted as potential Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential election. During an earlier speech in Pennsylvania, a state that voted for Trump, he said, "When we win on November 8 and elect a Republican Congress, we ...