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  • Nestor Garcia Iturbe
    EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL GRUPO EL HERALDO sarahnes@cubarte.cult.cu LA SENSACIÓN DE CUMPLIR CON EL MÁS SAGRADO DE LOS DEBERES, LUCHAR CONTRA
    Mensaje 1 de 239 , 6 sep 2016

      EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL

       

      GRUPO EL HERALDO  sarahnes@...

       

      "LA  SENSACIÓN  DE  CUMPLIR  CON  EL  MÁS  SAGRADO  DE  LOS  DEBERES,  LUCHAR  CONTRA  EL  IMPERIALISMO  DONDEQUIERA  QUE  ESTÉ"

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      Senate seats most likely to flip in 2016

      By Lisa Hagen

       

      The race for the Senate is heading into the homestretch as Republicans seek to maintain their grip on their slim majority.

      Read the full story here

       

       

      This week: Congress returns for pre-election sprint

      By Cristina Marcos and Jordain Carney

       

      Capitol Hill is back in session on Tuesday after resembling a ghost town for the last two months.

      Read the full story here

       

       

      House GOP faces fight over impeaching IRS commissioner

      By Naomi Jagoda

       

      House conservatives and Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Ohio) are on a collision course this fall over demands to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.

      Read the full story here

       

       

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      Obama cancels meeting with leader who called him ‘son of a b----’

      By Jonathan Swan

       

      President Obama cancelled a meeting with new Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, after being called a "son of a b----" by the leader while he spoke to reporters. 

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      Report: Clinton says no decision at State was ‘influenced by anybody’

      By Cyra Master

       

      Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Monday that no decision she'd made as secretary of State had been "influenced by anybody."

      Read the full story here

       

       

      Cornyn: Clinton duped Congress during confirmation

      By Alexander Bolton

       

      Senate Republican Whip John Cornyn  said Hillary Clinton misled lawmakers eight years ago when questions about the Clinton Foundation loomed over her nomination to head the State Department. 

      Read the full story here

       

       

      Clinton: ‘I’m allergic to Trump’

      By Lydia Wheeler 

       

      Hillary Clinton took a jab at Donald Trump amid a coughing fit that erupted right after she took the stage for a campaign rally in Cleveland on Monday.

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      The New York Times: On Labor Day, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton begin a final sprint

      By Ashley Parker

       

      Mrs. Clinton returned to the trail on Monday after a summer of fund-raising, while Mr. Trump went to Ohio to begin a week of swing-state campaigning.

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      Reuters: Trump, Clinton court Ohio as White House race enters final 2 months

      By Steve Holland and Jeff Mason

       

      Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton opened a final two-month sprint to the Nov. 8 election on Monday with the Republican presidential nominee suddenly looking stronger as he and his Democratic rival took their bitter fight to Ohio.

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      The Wall Street Journal: More records releases loom for Hillary Clinton

      By Byron Tau

       

      Lawsuits are being heard in federal courts as the presidential campaign hits its final stretch.

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      Bloomberg: Clinton says possible Russian meddling a serious concern

      By Jennifer Epstein

       

      Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said potential Russian meddling in the U.S. election is a serious threat that must be addressed quickly and firmly.

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      The Washington Post: ‘Honorary’ job at for-profit college paid Bill Clinton millions

      By Rosalind S. Helderman and Michelle Ye Hee Lee

       

      A close examination of the deal reveals how the former president leveraged the Clintons’ connections to enhance their personal wealth — potentially providing another avenue for supporters to gain access to the family.

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    • Nestor Garcia Iturbe
      EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL GRUPO EL HERALDO sarahnes@cubarte.cult.cu LA SENSACIÓN DE CUMPLIR CON EL MÁS SAGRADO DE LOS DEBERES, LUCHAR CONTRA EL
      Mensaje 239 de 239 , 10 dic 09:14

        EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL

         

        GRUPO EL HERALDO  sarahnes@...

         

        "LA  SENSACIÓN  DE  CUMPLIR  CON  EL  MÁS  SAGRADO  DE  LOS  DEBERES,

         LUCHAR  CONTRA  EL  IMPERIALISMO  DONDEQUIERA  QUE  ESTÉ"

         

        CHE

         

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        In White House, mood is perseverance amid the storm

        By Jordan Fabian and Jonathan Easley

         

        The White House believes it is weathering the storm wrought by Michael Flynn’s guilty plea and staff remains optimistic President Trump will survive the Russia investigation that has clouded his first year in office.

        The mood largely reflects the cool attitude of attorney Ty Cobb, who is telling Trump and his aides the investigation will wrap up by year's end or soon thereafter, according to interviews with more than a dozen current and former White House officials and outside advisers in touch with the West Wing.

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        The Memo: Bill Clinton's past casts shadow over Democrats

        By Niall Stanage

        A retrospective spotlight is being shone on former President Bill Clinton as allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior dominate the political landscape.

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        Trump seizes on media errors in attacks on 'fake news'

        By Julia Manchester

        President Trump has seized on recent mistakes by two top news networks as evidence to support his "fake news" claims.

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        Trump calls for reporter's firing after apology over photo

        By Max Greenwood

        President Trump on Saturday called on The Washington Post to fire one of its reporters after the journalist apologized for posting a misleading photo of a mostly empty arena taken ahead of a Trump rally in Florida.

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        Trump marks opening of Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

        By Josh Delk

        President Trump paid tribute to the victories and struggles of the civil rights movement on Saturday at the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum in Jackson, Miss., a highly scrutinized appearance that was boycotted by some Democratic lawmakers.

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        UN Security Council nations denounce Trump’s Jerusalem decision

        By Alicia Cohn

        The 14 nations, aside from the United States, on the United Nations (U.N.) Security Council condemned President Trump for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital this week.

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        ObamaCare fight could threaten shutdown deal

        By Nathaniel Weixel

        A fight over ObamaCare is spilling into Congress’s December agenda, threatening lawmakers’ ability to keep the government open.

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        Dems hope Bredesen can still win over TN voters

        By Lisa Hagen

        Former Gov. Phil Bredesen’s (D) entry into Tennessee’s Senate race could be a big win for Democrats, who feel his unique strengths could give them a rare shot at a Senate seat in the red state. 

        Read the full story here

         

         

        California gov: Trump doesn’t fear God or ‘existential consequences’

        By Julia Manchester

        California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) says President Trump's stance on climate change demonstrates that he does not appear to fear the "wrath of God" or have any regard for the "existential consequences" of his environmental policies.

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        At US missions in Europe, Tillerson pitches State Department overhaul

        By Max Greenwood

        Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, in between meetings with European officials, sought to pitch his much-touted overhaul of the State Department to U.S. embassy staffers and diplomats as he crisscrossed Europe this week.

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        Regulatory certainty for pipeline permitting would be a win-win for all

        By Albert Wynn

        OPINION | With huge sums of capital in the balance, investors, along with private companies on the receiving end of investments, deserve a regulatory environment upon which they can rely.

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        Internet regulation at the FCC: No longer 'economics-free' zone

        By Jerry Ellig

        OPINION |Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai’s Restoring Internet Freedom proposal slated for a vote at the commission’s December meeting demonstrates that broadband regulation at the FCC is no longer an “economics-free zone.”

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        The New York Times: Inside Trump’s hour-by-hour battle for self-preservation

        By Maggie Haberman, Glenn Thrush and Peter Baker

         

        With Twitter as his Excalibur, President Trump takes on his doubters, powered by Diet Coke and long spells of cable news.

        Read the full story here

         

         

        The Washington Post: GOP tax plan diverges wildly from Trump’s promises to the middle class

        By Damian Paletta

         

        The bill was supposed to deliver benefits to average working families, not corporations, with a 35 percent tax cut President Trump offered on the campaign trail. But the final product is looking much different, the result of a partisan process that largely took place behind closed doors, faced intense pressure from corporate lobbyists and ultimately fell in line with GOP wish lists.

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        The Wall Street Journal: California House Republican hears it at home over tax bill

        By Nour Malas and Kristina Peterson

         

        Rep. Mimi Walters’s constituents worry about mortgage-interest cap, end to local deductions.

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        The Associated Press: Most Alabama Republicans say they are voting for Roy Moore

        By Kim Chandler

        Most Republicans leaders in Alabama say they plan to vote for Roy Moore on Tuesday, despite sexual misconduct allegations against the former judge that have prompted others around the country to say he should never be allowed to join the U.S. Senate.

        Read the full story here

         

         

        Reuters: Palestinians to snub Pence during visit over Jerusalem move

        By Mohamed Abdellah and Nidal al-Mughrabi

         

        Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will not meet U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during Pence’s visit to the region this month in a snub over the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the Palestinian foreign minister said on Saturday.

        Read the full story here

         

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