Democrats want Bernie Sanders to replace Hillary Clinton if health woes force her out of the race
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Money talks in US politics. And it appears some of that money is foreign.
It's illegal for foreign nationals to try to influence an election in the United States. US companies with foreign owners, however, face no such restrictions. And in a post-Citizens United world, it's difficult to tell where the money is coming from. Citizens United took a case to the Supreme Court in 2010, claiming that corporations had the same First Amendment right to free speech as people, and as such could give money to political campaigns.…
U.S. wants $14 billion from Deutsche Bank, bank says no
The U.S. Department of Justice is asking Deutsche Bank to pay $14 billion to settle an investigation into its selling of mortgage-backed securities, Germany's flagship lender said on Friday. Read the full story
Army of dancing robots queue politely to get their clamps on the iPhone 7
Want to experience the thrill of standing in a queue for the new iPhone 7, but without the downsides, like standing in a queue? Now a dancing robot can do it for you! Read the full story
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COLIN POWELL: Donald Trump 'has no sense of shame'
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) takes part in an onstage interview with Aspen Institute President and CEO Walter Isaacson (L) at the Washington Ideas Forum in Washington, September 30, 2015. Reuters/Jonathan Ernst Former secretary of state Colin Powell is no fan of Donald Trump. In a slew of emails obtained by BuzzFeed News, Powell tore into the Republican presidential candidate referring to him as an "international pariah" and a "national disgrace." In one email, Powell Read the full story
"American media, particularly major newspapers and television news, cultivate the false balance that's required to make insulting these people a political misstep, and the false equivalence to cast it all as a horse race between two equally undesirable nags."
The pre-emptive planning coincides with South Korean lawmakers and nuclear scientists launching a think tank that is pushing to arm their country with nukes…
Big oil companies are backing Clinton Over Trump
Thomson Reuters As a general rule of thumb concerning Big Oil and heated presidential elections, the U.S. oil and gas sector routinely donates to the Republican candidates, leaving the "greener" Democratic candidates out in the cold. This year around, as far as energy money is concerned, Democrats and Republicans are changing places, largely due to their interesting candidate choices this time around: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.… Read the full story