May 25, 2016

State Department watchdog releases report critical of Hillary Clinton’s private email arrangement. “Even though department policy mandated throughout Clinton’s tenure at Foggy Bottom that day-to-day operations should be conducted via authorized means, the IG report found no evidence that the secretary of state “requested or obtained guidance or approval to conduct official business via a personal email account on her private server.””

Protesters and police clash outside Albuquerque Trump rally. “Police told ABC News that they used pepper spray and smoke grenades to control the situation.”

Eleven states sue federal government over transgendered restroom policies. “Eleven states and state officials filed a lawsuit Wednesday challenging the Obama administration over federal guidance directing schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms and other facilities that match their gender identities.”

Judge blocks release of entire Daniel Shaver shooting video. “Video released Tuesday shows officers responding to a report of someone pointing a gun from the window of (a Mesa) Arizona hotel, but a judge barred the release of additional footage showing an officer later shooting and killing an unarmed man at the scene.”

Austria elects Green president over far right opponent. “Alexander Van der Bellen, a retired economics professor backed by the Green party, defeated Norbert Hofer, of the anti-immigrant, Eurosceptic Freedom party…”

46% of Americans could not come up with $400 cash in an emergency says Federal Reserve study. “The Fed’s study found that 46% of adults either could not cover a $400 emergency expense or would have to sell something or borrow money to do so.”

Citigroup to pay $425 million settlement in civil case. “Citigroup Inc has agreed to pay $425 million to resolve civil charges that it tried to manipulate foreign exchange and interest rate benchmarks.


May 25, 2016

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