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Another 57 Clinton email threads contain ...

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leaves after talking about her strategy for rural America during campaign stop at the Des Moines Area Community College in Ankeny, Iowa') top left no-repeat;By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK - "Here's my personal email," Hillary Clinton wrote to U.S. special envoy George Mitchell on a summer Sunday in 2010 as he telephoned one European official after another in an effort to keep peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians on track. "Pls use this for reply," Clinton wrote in her email, sent from the clintonemail.com account she set up on an unsecured, private server in her New York home for her work as secretary of state. ... (full story)

Presidential hopeful Rubio wants end to ...

Republican presidential candidate, Senator Marco Rubio participates in "Restoring American Leadership: A Conversation with Senator Marco Rubio" at the 3 West Club in New York') top left no-repeat;By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON - Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio would lift the ban on exporting crude oil soon after taking office if he is elected, the Florida senator said Wednesday in a speech previewing his energy strategy. Lifting the crude-oil export ban will be an immediate boon to our economy," Rubio told the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association in Oklahoma City. Rubio plans to lay out a more detailed energy agenda this autumn but in the speech highlighted some of his priorities, including lifting the four-decade ban on exporting domestic crude oil andblocking the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan - new carbon emission limits on power plants. (full story)

Clinton proposes $7.5 billion U.S. fund to ...

Democratic presidential candidate Clinton addresses the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Summer Meeting in Minneapolis') top left no-repeat;By Amanda Becker WASHINGTON - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would launch a $10 billion initiative to tackle drug and alcohol addiction, a problem she speaks of often on the campaign trail and which affects 23 million Americans. Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, announced her plan in the Manchester Union Leader, a New Hampshire newspaper. “To be candid, I didn’t expect what came next,” Clinton wrote in the piece posted late on Tuesday. (full story)

Ex-president's backers in power struggle ...

Former Ivory Coast PM Pascal Affi N'Guessan, leader of FPI, former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo's party, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Abidjan') top left no-repeat;By Joe Bavier ABIDJAN - Two years ago, Pascal Affi N'Guessan was in jail after backing the losing side in Ivory Coast's civil war. While N'Guessan appears likely to lose in October, the fact that the former prime minister is even contesting the election for the main opposition Ivorian Popular Front (FPI) ought to mark a step towards national reconciliation. Under the incumbent President Alassane Ouattara, Ivory Coast is emerging as one of Africa's star economies, but it also needs a credible election and political calm to maintain the revival. (full story)

Fiorina may join next U.S. Republican ...

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina speaks at the New Hampshire Education Summit in Londonderry') top left no-repeat;By Steve Holland WASHINGTON - CNN changed its rules on Tuesday for the next Republican presidential debate in a way that could give former business executive Carly Fiorina a chance to take the stage with the main contenders for the party's 2016 presidential nomination. The cable network, which is sponsoring the Sept. 16 debate, said any candidate who ranks in the top 10 in polling since the first debate on Aug. 6 would be included in the next prime-time debate. CNN originally had planned to include poll results dating to July 16 to determine the participants, but Fiorina criticized that plan because it would not have taken into account her surge in support since the first debate. (full story)
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