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By Chris Kahn NEW YORK (Reuters) - Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 4 percentage points, and her recent bout with pneumonia doesn't appear to have scared away her supporters, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll. The Sept. 9-15 tracking poll showed that 42 percent of likely voters supported Clinton while 38 percent backed Trump. Clinton, who has mostly led Trump in the poll since the Democratic and Republican national conventions ended in July, regained the advantage this week after her lead briefly faded in late August.
Bill Clinton only needed one sentence to deftly explain why wife Hillary would be a better presidential choice than GOP nominee Donald Trump. On Thursday night’s “Daily Show,” Clinton skewered The Donald by pointing out the difference between his supporters and Hillary’s. “Most of her strongest supporters have either worked for her or done business with him,” he quipped. Despite the polarization that exists in America, Clinton believes the country is in a better position than it has ever been. “America has come so far,” he said. “We’re less racist, sexist, homophobic and anti specific religions than we used to be. We have one remaining bigotry: We don’t want to be around anyone who disagrees
Authorities in Michigan discovered the body of a woman Thursday who had been missing for more than a week. A law enforcement source told WWJ-TV that Elizabeth Hock’s body was found in Commerce Township and foul play wasn’t suspected. Authorities haven’t released the cause of death. The Oakland County Medical Examiner’s Office said Hock’s body was found on the roof of a Home Depot store at a shopping center. The examiner’s office said that it was clear Hock’s body had been there for several days. It’s unclear how she wound up there. Hock’s family last saw the 23-year-old woman on Sept. 6. Her sister Emilie spoke to her that night but hadn’t heard from her since, according to WWJ-TV. Hock was driving