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  • He’s dating a former student of his — and separated from his wife, a top adviser to Hillary Clinton. Source:
  • RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – C ountries will be unable to meet their climate change pledges unless they secure land rights for people living in the world’s tropical forests, indigenous leaders told an international conference of regional governors meeting in Mexico. Source:
  • Sarah E. Turberville is the director of Justice Programs at The Constitution Project. I do for very limited, particularly heinous crimes believe it is an appropriate punishment, but I deeply disagree with the way that too many states are still implementing it. Hillary Clinton, in response to a question about her view on the death […]
  • Yesterday the Court denied North Carolina’s request to allow the state to enforce three provisions of its 2013 election law for this fall’s general elections. Amy Howe covers the order for this blog. Additional coverage comes from Reid Wilson of The Hill, Nina Totenberg of NPR, Robert Barnes of The Washington Post, German Lopez of […]
  • * Q1 profit before taxation of 45.6 million naira versus 41.4 million naira year ago Source:
  • A day after Wednesday’s contested re-election of Ali Bongo Ondimba, Gabon is still under a state of high alert. Source:
  • NAIROBI, Sept 1 (Reuters) – The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Thursday. – – – – – EVENTS: *KENYA – The central bank to auction 91-day Treasury bills worth a total 4 billion shillings. GLOBAL MARKETS Asian shares dipped on Thursday […]
  • The petition of the day is: United States, ex rel. Cause of Action v. Chicago Transit Authority 16-131 Issue: (1) Whether the Seventh Circuit erred in holding that the government disclosure bar, removed from the False Claims Act (“FCA”) by Congress in 1986, continues to bar qui tam suits based on false claims that are […]
  • NAIROBI, Sept 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Liberia has the highest proportion of children missing out on primary school education, the United Nations said on Thursday, with nearly two-thirds of its children never stepping inside a classroom. Source:
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