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Five White House hopefuls are tied atop the Republican nomination race, a national poll released Thursday showed, making it anyone's guess who will battle likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016. The group, which includes former Florida governor Jeb Bush, who has yet to declare his candidacy, and Senator Marco Rubio, was clustered at 10 percent support each, with none beating Clinton in head-to-head matchups. Libertarian-leaning Senator Rand Paul, in the spotlight recently for his opposition to the US government's controversial surveillance of millions of Americans, earned seven percent, while rival Senator Ted Cruz came in at six percent and business magnate Donald Trump received five percent.
LONDON (AP) — Worried that their reputations will be tarnished by their links to FIFA, major sponsors are demanding that soccer's global governing body clean up its act, with Visa even warning it is prepared to jump ship.