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News:

USA: Donald Trump's business dealings test a constitutional limit New York Times

USA: A scramble to assess the dangers of President-elect Donald Trump’s global business empire Washington Post

New York: Doctor in one of the 'largest laboratory bribery prosecutions' in US history receives probation NorthJersey.com

Illinois: Former Illinois congressman indicted for corruption Christian Science Monitor

Chicago: Ex-Redflex CEO sentenced to 30 months in speed-camera bribery scheme Phoenix New Times

Florida: Former Opa-locka city manager sentenced to prison for role in bribery investigation NBC 6

South Korea: President Park to be investigated for bribery Korea Herald

Sierra Leone: Putting technology to work to root out graft The Economist

Kenya: Official found 'hiding under bed' before Rio 2016 corruption arrest The Guardian


Other Views:

The Trump team’s ethical swamp Washington Post

Do we need more corruption watchdogs in Albany, or just some who bark? Syracuse.com
 
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