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WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton has been reflecting on her devastating defeat in the presidential election. At an appearance Wednesday night at the annual gala of the Children's Defense Fund, Clinton's message included a pep talk, telling people "never, ever give up" and "America needs your energy." Clinton also admitted that there were a few times following the election that she just wanted to "curl up with a good book or our dogs and never leave the house again."
TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (shin-zoh ah-bay) will likely want to hear assurances from President-elect Donald Trump when the two meet in New York Thursday. Trump said during the campaign that he would demand that allies such as Japan and South Korea contribute more to the cost of basing U.S. troops in their countries. Such comments have worried Japan at a time when the threat from North Korea is rising, and China is challenging the U.S.-led security status quo in the Pacific.
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistani police say hundreds of students at a Pak-Turk International school chain in Lahore are protesting Pakistan's decision to expel 400 Turkish nationals. The Turkish citizens were given 72 hours to leave Pakistan, but they've challenged the order in court. Turkey accuses the Pak-Turk school of being linked to the movement of U.S. -based dissident cleric Fethullah Gulen (FEH'-too-lah goo-LEN'), who they blame for a July failed coup.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Now that marijuana can be sold legally in Alaska, business owners will be submitting their first tax payments to the state. But they may end up having to pay their taxes in bundles of cash. Other businesses can just cut a check, but banks are still leery about dealing with the pot business because marijuana is still illegal on the federal level.
DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Mavericks won't be staying at any Trump-branded hotels when they hit the road. Owner Mark Cuban, a frequent critic of Donald Trump, says the decision not to stay at a Trump hotel was made before the presidential election. ESPN is reporting that not only are the Mavericks staying away from Trump hotels, but the Memphis and Milwaukee teams are as well.
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