Xi Jinping Pushes China’s Rise Despite Friction and Fear

BEIJING — No part of the world seems too small, too near or too far for China’s globe-trotting president, Xi Jinping.

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Senator’s daughter who raised price of EpiPen got paid $19 million salary, perks in 2015

This isn’t the first time Mylan chief executive Heather Bresch has been under fire. Bresch, who started out in a low-level position in quality control at one of the company’s factories, is the first female head of a large pharmaceutical company.

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Senator’s daughter who raised price of EpiPen got paid $19 million salary, perks in 2015

This isn’t the first time Mylan chief executive Heather Bresch has been under fire. Bresch, who started out in a low-level position in quality control at one of the company’s factories, is the first female head of a large pharmaceutical company.

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Who killed the death penalty?

EXHIBIT A is the corpses. Or rather, the curious paucity of them: like the dog that didn’t bark in Sherlock Holmes, the bodies are increasingly failing to materialise. Only 28 prisoners have been executed in America in 2015, the lowest number since 1991.

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Why are Americans so angry?

Americans are generally known for having a positive outlook on life, but with the countdown for November’s presidential election now well under way, polls show voters are angry. This may explain the success of non-mainstream candidates such as Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders.

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