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Anti-government demonstrators, one holding a mask depicting Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, watch a large screen in Sao Paulo on Sunday as lawmakers vote on whether or not to impeach Ms. Rousseff. (Associated Press)

Corruption dominates Latin American political discourse as technology forces greater transparency

Brazil’s president may soon lose her job over charges that she manipulated official accounts. Argentina’s former leader faced public inquiry last week in a money laundering probe. And Peru’s presidential front-runner has been forced to disavow her own father, convicted of embezzling millions of dollars in the 1990s and now sitting in prison.

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In this Feb. 9, 2016, photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton mingles with supporters at her New Hampshire presidential primary campaign rally in Hooksett, N.H. For young women, political revolution is currently trumping the idea of a Madame President. In New Hampshire, women under the age of 45 overwhelmingly backed Bernie Sanders over Clinton, exit polls showed. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Judge orders Hillary Clinton's emails released by month's end

- The Washington Times

A federal judge has rejected the State Department's request to delay all of former Secretary Hillary Clinton's emails until the eve of the Super Tuesday primaries, issuing an order Thursday that instead makes the administration have to release the documents in four batches between now and the end of the month.