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Panama Papers: US launches crackdown on international tax evasion

Barack Obama is taking executive action to close loopholes used by foreigners in US, White House announces Barack Obama is launching a crackdown on international tax evasion in response to recent disclosures in the Panama Papers revealing the scale of offshore financial activity. In a series of initiatives announced by the White House on Thursday

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UK election results tracker 2016

Full results from the Scottish parliament, London mayor, Welsh assembly, Northern Ireland assembly, Greater London assembly and English local council elections Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2016/may/05/uk-election-results-tracker-2016

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Belle Gibson faces legal action over 'deceptive' claims lifestyle changes could cure cancer

Consumer Affairs Victoria has commenced legal proceedings against founder of recipe and lifestyle app The Whole Pantry Belle Gibson, the wellness blogger who reportedly faked brain cancer to her hundreds of thousands of followers, is facing legal action in Australia over deceptive conduct after an investigation by a consumer watchdog. Gibson, who lives in Melbourne,

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How Donald Trump defied all odds

(CNN)Everyone said it wouldn’t happen. Everyone was wrong. Donald Trump pulled off one of the most unlikely electoral coups of modern times this week, toppling the political and media establishment to become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. His domination of the primary season, which effectively ended Wednesday when Ohio Gov. John Kasich dropped the last

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Cinco de Mayo do's and don'ts

(CNN)If you didn’t already know, Cinco de Mayo is a bigger deal in the United States than in Mexico. Here, this unofficial holiday is almost as popular as, oh, St. Patrick’s Day — which means it’s unfortunately become a drinking holiday. So much so that it’s been nicknamed, Cinco de Drinko and even Gringo de