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WEEKEND HEADLINES, 9/24 & 9/25/16 *** A new investigation of Donald Trump's tax plan, which he unveiled last week at the New York Economic Club, finds it would create huge tax breaks for the rich *** In Yemen, a U.S.-backed, Saudi-led airstrike has killed at least 30 people after it struck a neighborhood in the port city of Hudaydah Wednesday. The strike came the same day as the U.S. Senate voted down legislation to block a $1.15 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia over concerns about the ongoing Saudi-led war in Yemen *** During a press conference on Thursday Michael Temer, the new Right-wing president of Brazil, accidentally admitted that his Left leaning predecessor, Dilma Rousseff, was a victim of a coup because she wouldn't enact Temer's radical Right-wing economic policy *** A new analysis by The Wall Street Journal shows the pharmaceutical giant Mylan, which has come under fire for hiking the cost of the life-saving allergy shot EpiPen by 400 percent in less than a decade, has the second highest executive pay in the entire U.S. pharmaceutical industry. In the last five years, Mylan has paid its top five executives nearly $300 million. That's second only to the pharmaceutical company Regeneron, which over five years paid its top five executives more than $500 million. *** More later...

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