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Investigating Clinton is not Trump’s job

In this Oct. 19 file photo, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump waits behind his podium as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton makes her way off the stage following the third presidential debate at UNLV in Las Vegas. (David Goldman / Associated Press)
The revelation that President-elect Donald Trump does not intend to seek a new investigation into Hillary Clinton was startling not only because it seemed to reverse a campaign pledge.

Five Trump business ties that pose conflicts

This Sept. 12 file photo shows a view inside the Trump International Hotel in downtown Washington, during a “soft opening.” (Pablo Martinez Monsivais / Associated Press)
After Ivanka Trump appeared on CBS’s “60 Minutes” wearing a $10,800 bracelet from her jewelry line, someone at her company sent photos from the interview to fashion writers to drum up free publicity. A firestorm of criticism erupted over the impropriety of profiting off the presidency, and the company apologized.

Scenes of panic as hundreds of Iraqis flee Mosul

Iraqi citizens fleeing the fighting between Iraqi forces and Islamic State militants carry their belongings as they arrive to a gathering point where the Iraqi army transfers people from the the front line villages to refugee camps, in the Al-Samah neighborhood, in Mosul, Iraq, on Wednesday. (Hussein Malla / Associated Press)
They came by the hundreds – men, women and children fleeing the battle for Mosul, some bloodied and crying out for help. So large was the crowd on the road that Iraqi troops initially ordered them back, worried that an Islamic State suicide bomber could be hiding among them.

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