UNLEASH THE KRAKEN
Donald J. Trump
It is so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to.
In a year in which Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump Donald Trump Trump's stumbles present challenge to GOP turnout Trump was right - Clinton's email case needs a special prosecutor LeBron James: Trump's comments 'trash talk,' not 'locker room talk' MORE is proposing a crackdown on immigration, all six of the 2016 American Nobel laureates announced to date are immigrants.
Nigeria's banking industry is experiencing a "full-blown financial crisis" as failed fiscal and monetary policies lead to a credit crunch, according to Arqaam Capital. Unity Bank Plc and Skye Bank Plc are close to being insolvent, while lenders FBN Holdings Plc and Sterling Bank Plc "will need a dilutive capital hike," Jaap Meijer and Tarek Sleiman, analysts at the Dubai-based investment bank and brokerage, said in an e-mailed note on Monday.
Over the weekend, Donald Trump has called former President Bill Clinton an abuser of women and Hillary Clinton a bully who intimidated his victims. But if you rewind to 1998, the Republican presidential nominee had a very different view of the 42nd president, defending him as the real "victim" in...
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Nigeria's security agency says it has seized $800,000 (£645,200) in cash in raids targeting senior judges suspected of corruption. The DSS agency says the raids were carried out in recent days and several judges were arrested. The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) accused the authorities of carrying out a "Gestapo-style" operation, demanding the release of those arrested.
Throughout his presidential race, Donald Trump has been the NASCAR candidate: The press and voters seem riveted by his campaign because there's no telling when there might be a dramatic crash. For anyone tuning in for that reason, Sunday night's second presidential debate was just the ticket: a fiery, multi-car pileup.