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Republican 2016 platform calls for reinstating 1933 banking law

By Emily Stephenson CLEVELAND (Reuters) - The U.S. Republican Party on Monday approved a new policy platform that calls for reinstating the 1933 Glass-Steagall law requiring the separation of commercial and investment banking, an addition White House h...

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For Islamophobia, take two of these and call a Muslim in the morning

By Daniel Trotta CLEVELAND (Reuters) - The normally straight-laced Council on American-Islamic Relations tried humor to win over Republicans at their national convention on Monday, handing out packets of a satirical medicine called "Islamophobin," a tr...

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Republican 2016 platform calls for reinstating 1933 banking law

The U.S. Republican Party on Monday approved a new policy platform that calls for reinstating the 1933 Glass-Steagall law requiring the separation of commercial and investment banking, an addition White House hopeful Donald Trump's campaign said it bac...

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For Islamophobia, take two of these and call a Muslim in the morning

By Daniel Trotta CLEVELAND (Reuters) - The normally straight-laced Council on American-Islamic Relations tried humor to win over Republicans at their national convention on Monday, handing out packets of a satirical medicine called "Islamophobin," a tr...

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Toxic algae and ice cream party keep top Republicans from Cleveland

By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As Republicans spilled into Cleveland on Monday to nominate Donald Trump as their presidential candidate, 2012 nominee Mitt Romney had an equally crucial task: Entertaining his grandchildren at his lakeside summe...

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Republican platform tacks right on social issues

Delegates stand and turn toward the camera for the official photo during the opening day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Monday, July 18, 2016. (AP Photo/John Locher)CLEVELAND (AP) — The Republican Party adopted what Christian conservatives cheered as the most conservative party platform ever on Monday, pushing the GOP decidedly to the right on abortion and gay rights amid uncertainty about Donald Trump's policies.


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Anti-Trump revolt rocks Republican convention

A delegate reacts to a rule committee proposal on the opening day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio on July 18, 2016The Republican convention opened to chaotic scenes Monday as Donald Trump's opponents and supporters traded angry shouts, disrupting his plans for a smooth coronation as the party's White House nominee. Jeers and yells filled the convention floor in Cleveland, Ohio as simmering divisions among thousands of Republican delegates spilled out into the open. Anti-Trump Republicans -- outraged that their party will be led by a man who described Mexicans as rapists and advocated banning Muslims -- expressed fury when procedural machinations denied them a chance to register their discontent.


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