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Ohio May Move Forward With Voter Purge, Federal Court Rules

Voter purge in Ohio allowed to continueA federal judge in Columbus, Ohio sided with the state Wednesday night and upheld their ongoing practice of purging millions of inactive voters from the rolls.

The American Civil Liberty Union had challenged the purge, saying the Republican Secretary of State’s methods have disproportionately impacted voters of color, the poor, and Democrats.

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Poll: Europeans have little confidence in Trump

Europenas have little confidence in TrumpA survey of top European countries released Wednesday finds strong negative views of Donald Trump, along with confidence in President Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Among the 10 European nations included in the Pew Research Center poll, a median of just 9 percent of Europeans have confidence in Trump to "do the right thing on world affairs," while fully 85 percent have no confidence in the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.

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Ambassador's sister: I don't blame Clinton for Benghazi

Benghazi attackThe sister of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, who was killed in the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, said she doesn't blame former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for what happened.

"It is clear, in hindsight, that the facility was not sufficiently protected by the State Department and the Defense Department. But what was the underlying cause? Perhaps if Congress had provided a budget to increase security for all missions around the world, then some of the requests for more security in Libya would have been granted. Certainly the State Department is underbudgeted," Anne Stevens told The New Yorker.

"I do not blame Hillary Clinton or Leon Panetta."

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Donald Trump’s Charitable Giving Claims Sure Look Like a Sham

Trump lied about charitable donationsReality-challenged billionaire Donald Trump has long claimed to be a paragon of philanthropy, allegedly donating more than $100 million over the last half decade alone. “I give to hundreds of charities and people in need of help,” Trump told the Associated Press last year. “It is one of the things I most like doing and one the great reasons to have made a lot of money.”

Those claims have been repeatedly cast into doubt, to put it mildly. Publicly available records for the Trump Foundation show that the real estate mogul has donated very little of his own money to his charity. Even more damning is the fact that few of those donations have gone to legitimate charitable causes, unless you count Trump’s own social interests and society galas as charities.

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Chamber of Commerce rips Trump's trade speech in real time

Chamber of Commerce rebuts Trump economy speechThe U.S. Chamber of Commerce answered Donald Trump's trade policy speech on Tuesday by attempting to pick apart the presumptive Republican nominee's policies point by point, engaging in a rapid-fire succession of social media posts hitting him for his opposition to international trade deals.

In a post published before Trump took to the stage at a raw aluminum producer in Monessen, Pennsylvania, the chamber laid out the stakes for trade in both Pennsylvania and in Ohio. (The Republican is set to hold a rally in St. Clairsville, Ohio later Tuesday evening.)

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Benghazi report faults security; no new Clinton allegations

ClintonRepublicans on the House Benghazi Committee harshly faulted the Obama administration Tuesday for lax security and a slow response to the deadly 2012 attacks at the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Libya. But they produced no new allegations about then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The attacks, which killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, have been repeatedly cited by Republicans as a serious failure by the administration and by Clinton, who now is the presumptive Democratic nominee for president.

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Trump silent on landmark Supreme Court abortion ruling

Trump silent on SCOTUS abortion decisionAt about 10 o’clock Monday morning, shortly after the Supreme Court issued its 5-3 ruling striking down a Texas law that would have closed half the abortion clinics in the state, Hillary Clinton sent out a couple of tweets.

“SCOTUS’s decision is a victory for women in Texas and across America. Safe abortion should be a right — not just on paper, but in reality,” the first one read.

Minutes after that, she followed up with, “This fight isn’t over: The next president has to protect women’s health. Women won’t be “punished” for exercising their basic rights.” Both were signed “-H,” meaning she wrote them herself.

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