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Aaron P. Bernstein/REUTERSSome leaders of the so-called alt-right movement appear to be happy that Hillary Clinton called them out in a major speech attacking Donald Trump.
Clinton gave the speech on Thurday, attempting to put the movement's alleged racist ideology into the mainstream consciousness.
But leaders of the group greeted the Democratic presidential candidate's vitriol with unrestrained glee.
Instead of being frustrated by Clinton's assertions that the movement is racist and dangerous, leaders within the group — some of whom were live-tweeting the speech — said they appreciated the "free publicity," and that Clinton was, as they put it, "doing our work for us."
Clinton decried the group, saying it "has effectively taken over the Republican Party" due to Trump's heated and often controversial rhetoric.
"There's always been a paranoid fringe in our politics, steeped in racial resentment," Clinton said, "but it's never had the nominee of a major party stoking it, encouraging it, and giving it a national megaphone.
Immigrants in most countries have a host of legal impediments that make many activities more difficult, but a new app called Monese (pronounced Muh-neez) is letting immigrants bank with less hassle in the UK.
Unlike many banks that require special fees for immigrants, Monese offers low-cost international banking transactions and the option to withdraw and deposit money in multiple country.
Los Angeles TimesMore companies commit to equal pay pledge on Women's Equality DayLos Angeles TimesFacebook, Apple, and CVS are among 29 companies that on Friday promised to work toward erasing the gender pay gap by signing onto the White House's Equal Pay Pledge, the Obama administration announced Friday. With the new commitments, more
Chicago TribuneRauner loses $400 million vote on teacher pension fund issueChicago TribuneThe board of the Illinois Teachers Retirement System, which serves more than 400,000 teachers outside of Chicago, voted to lower its expected rate of return on investments Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, in Springfield, Ill. Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's