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Sunday, October 25, 2020

Obama Aligns Foreign Policy With GOP

GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) — Sen. Barack Obama said Friday he would return the country to the more “traditional” foreign policy efforts of past presidents, such as George H.W. Bush, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan….

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Treasury may unveil tighter financial rules soon

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Treasury Department may unveil on Monday fresh plans to tighten rules on financial market players to ward off a future credit market crisis like the one currently threatening to drag the economy into a deep recession.

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Clinton vows to stay in the race

HAMMOND, Indiana (Reuters) – Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday vowed to stay in the White House race, rejecting a fellow senator’s suggestion that she pull out to improve their party’s chances in November.

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Obama Suggests Ex-Pastor Is Contrite

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrat Barack Obama seemed to suggest in an interview aired Friday that his former pastor has acknowledged that his controversial remarks were inappropriate and hurtful, although there are no public accounts of the minister having done so….

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White House to nominate two Democrats to SEC

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House said on Friday it intends to nominate two Democrats to fill empty seats at the Securities and Exchange Commission, which has been operating with three Republican commissioners for several weeks amid worsening market turmoil.

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Pentagon confident Lockheed radio award was fair

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A top Pentagon official on Friday said he was confident a $766 million contract award to Lockheed Martin Corp was handled fairly, openly and in accordance with the law, and he hoped the losing bidder, Boeing Co, would not protest the decision.

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