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Clinton camp rips Trump over his foundation's IRS troubles

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Under attack from Republicans over pay-for-play allegations, Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Friday took the opportunity to punch back, ripping Donald Trump over his own foundation's run-in with the Internal Revenue Service.

Trump's foundation — which the Clinton campaign refers to as the one “that has been caught in an actual pay-to-play scandal” — was forced to pay the IRS a $2,500 penalty this year following the revelation that the Trump Foundation improperly donated $25,000 to a political committee supporting Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi in 2013. The foundation failed to document the payment in its IRS filings. The fine was first revealed Thursday by the Washington Post.


South Carolina Accidentally Kills Millions Of Honeybees With Zika Spraying

SC accidentally kill millions of honey beesIt was quieter than usual in parts of Dorchester County, South Carolina on Monday. Silence had replaced the familiar buzz as millions of the usual noisemakers lay silent on the ground — dead.

It was an unanticipated massacre, collateral damage in the war against the Zika virus.

County officials had been targeting mosquitos when they blanketed a 15-square mile area with pesticide on Sunday. But they ended up killing at least 2.5 million honeybees as well.


Blast kills 10 as Philippine president visits hometown

Blast kills 10 in PhilippinesAn explosion at a market in the home city of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte killed at least 10 people on Friday and wounded dozens more, officials said, but the cause of the blast was not immediately clear.

Duterte was in Davao on Friday, but was safe and at a police station after the explosion, his son Paolo Duterte, who is vice mayor of the city, told Reuters.


2016 Debate Moderators Announced

2016 debate moderators announced The Commission on Presidential Debates announced Friday the moderators for the 2016 general-election presidential and vice-presidential debates. The first presidential debate, which will be held Monday, Sept. 26, at Hofstra University on Long Island, will be hosted by NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt.

Eight days later, the first VP debate will take place at Longwood University in central Virginia, hosted by CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano.



FDA bans antiseptic chemicals from soaps

FDA bans antiseptic soapsThe federal government Friday banned more than a dozen chemicals long-used in antibacterial soaps, saying manufacturers failed to show they are safe and kill germs.

“We have no scientific evidence that they are any better than plain soap and water,” said Dr. Janet Woodcock, the Food and Drug Administration’ drug center director, in a statement.


Deadly twin blasts hit court in Pakistan

Pakistani court hit by two blastsAt least 14 people were killed and dozens wounded when two bomb blasts went off at a district court in northwestern Pakistan, officials said.

A suicide bomber threw a hand grenade at police guards before storming into the compound and blowing himself up in the court in Mardan town in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.


U.N.: Two-thirds of Iraqi casualties in August were civilians

2/3 of Iraq casualties are civilians The United Nations said more than two-thirds of Iraqis killed or injured in August were civilians, an estimate elevated by recent horrific Islamic State executions.

The U.N. Assistance Mission in Iraq on Thursday released casualty figures for August in which 691 Iraqis were killed and 1,016 were injured as a result of violence. These numbers exclude the Anbar western province where figures could not be obtained from local health departments.


Raytheon sued by former employee over Afghanistan fraud allegations

Raytheon employee sues companyA former Raytheon employee has filed a federal lawsuit against the defense giant, alleging the company fired him after he tried to report coworker misconduct in Afghanistan.

The lawsuit alleges that Steven Kalch, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, witnessed several instances of fraud, waste and abuse while working for Raytheon and training Afghan security forces from 2012 to 2014.


Trump ‘Angel Moms’ cases: 4 shootings, 3 traffic accidents, a cancer death

Trump's Angel's MomDonald Trump’s speech in Phoenix setting forth his hard-line approach to immigration highlighted 10 “Angel Moms” – people who stepped up to the podium at the Trump event and said their family members had been killed by immigrants who were in the country illegally.

Who were the people killed and what happened to them?

Three of the deaths involved traffic accidents and four were of people killed in shootings, including a victim who was killed by her ex-boyfriend. Four of the cases took place in California and three in Arizona. Four of the crimes took place more than a decade ago, three of them during Republican administrations. One person died of cancer 12 years after being shot. The youngest victim was 17, the oldest, 35.


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