As governor, Jeb Bush pressed state pension officials on behalf of a donor’s firm, then shrouded the pension fund in secrecy.
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For terrorists, 81 percent in news reports were labeled as Muslim, compared to the 6 percent so identified in FBI reports.
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The Israeli prime minister said there should be no deal with Iran on its nuclear program unless Tehran backs away from statements calling for Israel’s destruction.
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