News Headlines - 31 August 2016

The New York Times just made it harder for Hillary Clinton to explain away the Clinton Foundation - The Washington Post

The New York Times editorial board on Tuesday called for the Clintons to scale back the activities of the Clinton Foundation — starting now.
Citing recent reports about possible overlap between foundation and State Department business, the board urged an immediate end to foreign and corporate donations — which are a large portion of the foundation’s funding — and said Bill and Chelsea Clinton should resign from it if Hillary Clinton is elected president.

Hillary Clinton: Alt-Right Conservatives Are Not True Republicans | National Review

Last week saw one of the most remarkable moments of this most remarkable political season. A major politician defended the conservative movement and the Republican party from guilt-by-association with a fringe group of racists, anti-Semites, and conspiracy theorists who have jumped enthusiastically on the Donald Trump train: the so-called alt-right. “This is not conservatism as we have known it,” the politician said.
“This is not Republicanism as we have known it.”

Dilma Rousseff ousted by Brazil Senate impeachment vote - CNN.com

The South American country's Senate voted 61-20 Wednesday to remove President Dilma Rousseff from office, finding her guilty of breaking budgetary laws in an impeachment trial.

Mitsubishi to stop selling eight models in fuel scandal - BBC News

Mitsubishi Motors has been told to stop selling eight more models after it was found they overstated fuel efficiency.

Junior doctors to stage fresh strikes over new contract — FT.com

Junior doctors will stage a fresh wave of strikes this month with “full withdrawal of labour” unless the government backs down on plans to impose a controversial new contract and returns to the negotiating table.








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