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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares his anti-drug campaign to the Holocaust, saying he would be happy to kill as many drug addicts as Hitler did Jews. »more

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ELECTION »

Campaign 2016 updates: Nearly 95% of who gave to Trump's rivals are sitting out the general election

Campaign 2016 updates: Nearly 95% of who gave to Trump's rivals are sitting out the general election Sept. 30, 2016, 4:16 a.m. Donald Trump heads to Michigan on Friday, while Hillary Clinton swings through Florida. About 95% of donors who gave to Donald Trump's primary rivals have chosen to sit...
L.A. Times

 
PHILIPPINES »

Investors in Fast-Growing Philippines Weigh Duterte Factor

Volatile new President Rodrigo Duterte is testing investor faith in the Philippines, long a favorite of global fund managers for its low debt, expanding middle class and fast-growing economy.
Wall Street Journal

 
SHIMON PERES »

A gathering of world leaders as former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres is laid to rest

Former Israeli President Shimon Peres was laid to rest on Friday beneath the silent pine trees of Israel’s Mount Herzl national cemetery, eulogized by Israeli leaders, family, and two American presidents as a founding father who first built up Israel’s military industrial complex and then..
L.A. Times

 
DEUTSCHE BANK »

Deutsche Bank shares tank as concern grows over its stability

Worries over the financial stability of Deutsche Bank returned to the fore Friday, sending shares in Germany's biggest bank to a record low and rekindling broader concerns about Europe's financial sector. 

Reports that hedge funds are moving their business out of the bank were the..
L.A. Times

 
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Lady Gaga to headline 2017 Super Bowl halftime show
It’s official: Lady Gaga is playing the Super Bowl.

The pop star will headline the halftime show at Super Bowl 51 early next year, NFL and halftime sponsor Pepsi announced on Thursday ahead of a game between the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals.

The reveal comes weeks..
L.A. Times

 
EDITORIAL BOARD »
Chicago Tribune editorial board endorses Gary Johnson
Campaign 2016 updates: Nearly 95% of who gave to Trump's rivals are sitting out the general election Sept. 30, 2016, 7:20 a.m. Donald Trump heads to Michigan on Friday, while Hillary Clinton swings through Florida. About 95% of campaign donors who gave to Donald Trump's primary rivals have chosen...
L.A. Times

 
USA TODAY / PRESIDENTIAL ENDORSEMENT »
'Don't vote for Trump,' says USA Today in first presidential endorsement in its history
Campaign 2016 updates: Another newspaper that has long backed GOP candidates bucks Donald Trump Sept. 29, 2016, 6:06 p.m. Donald Trump campaigns Thursday in New Hampshire. Hillary Clinton swings into the battleground state of Iowa for an event in Des Moines. Employees at Donald Trump's California...
L.A. Times

 
SOUTH KOREA »
South Korea Investigates Deaths of 3 Chinese Fishermen in Crackdown
The men died after the South Korean Coast Guard, which suspected them of poaching, lobbed nonlethal grenades onto their boat, which then caught fire.
NYTimes.com

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