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Here’s why Rudy Giuliani can not legitimately claim to be Donald Trump’s lawyer 15.10.2019 Raw Story
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani bills himself as President Donald Trump’s attorney. But one former prosecutor explained why that is not an accurate description during a Monday appearance on MSNBC. “Meet the Press Daily” anchor Katy Tur interviewed former Southern District of New York Assistant U.S. Attorney Mimi Rocah, who is a distinguished […]
Opendoor appoints CFO, CPO 14.10.2019 techCrunch
Opendoor has named Gautam Gupta chief financial officer and chief business officer.
Economic indicators aren’t looking good as Trump heads into reelection: report 14.10.2019 Raw Story
There’s a gloomy outlook on the global economy, according to the economic indicators outlined by the International Monetary Fund and the Institute of International Finance. Axios reported Sunday that they lowered the growth forecast for 2019 as a result of “a synchronized slowdown.” The IMF’s new managing director, Kristalina Georgieva warned of the slowdown as […]
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Why are these L.A. people sleeping in stacked pods? It's not just the cost of housing 12.10.2019 LA Times: Business

No private bedrooms for these L.A. residents. They choose to live in pods or rooms filled with bunk beds.

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Full Coverage: The Times' investigation into how companies that harvest body parts upend death investigations 12.10.2019 LA Times: Business

Companies that harvest human organs, bones and other parts have moved into government morgues across the country to gain access to more bodies.

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Trump busted taking credit for trade deal that China proposed over two years ago 12.10.2019 Raw Story
In the midst of a terrible few weeks of scandals and bad news, President Donald Trump managed to announce a piece of good news for his agenda: his administration has tentatively announced a partial resolution to the trade war with China, in which the nation will make a large purchase of U.S. exports and Trump […]
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Income-based repayment becoming a costly solution to student loan debt 11.10.2019 Raw Story
When Congress established the income-driven repayment for federal student loans back in 2007, it was touted as a way to help student loan borrowers save money by capping monthly payments at a certain percentage of a borrower’s income. Since then, student loan debt has risen from US$500 billion to where it is now approaching the […]
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‘He could sprout horns’: Trump supporter boasts he would ‘vote twice’ if president turned into literal Satan 11.10.2019 Raw Story
A Wisconsin Trump supporter suggested he would eagerly commit voter fraud to back the president, even if he turned into the devil himself. Bloomberg has been reaching out to die-hard Republican voter William Chaney and other supporters of President Donald Trump to take their temperature since the 2016 election, and the website found they’re still […]
Column: Junk mail disguised as official correspondence — how is this legal? 11.10.2019 LA Times: Business

California law prohibits deceptive or misleading advertising. But that doesn't stop companies and groups from sending out letters that look like they're from government agencies.

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Rudy Giuliani paid ‘hundreds of thousands of dollars’ to work for indicted associate: NYT 11.10.2019 Raw Story
Donald Trump defense attorney Rudy Giuliani made hundreds of thousands of dollars working for an associate that was indicted on Thursday, The New York Times reported Thursday evening. “When Rudolph W. Giuliani set out to dredge up damaging information on President Trump’s rivals in Ukraine, he turned to a native of the former Soviet republic […]
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Trump’s 2017 tax plan has cost millions of homeowners more than a trillion dollars — and helped give corporations a $680 billion gift 10.10.2019 Raw Story
In recent weeks, President Donald Trump has been talking about plans for, as he put it, a “very substantial tax cut for middle income folks who work so hard.” But before Congress embarks on a new tax measure, people should consider one of the largely unexamined effects of the last tax bill, which Trump promised […]
MSNBC Cues Pro-Abort PAC Flack to Argue Warren's Fired-Teacher LIES 'Hold Water' 9.10.2019 NewsBusters
The Washington Free Beacon exposed just how fact-averse cable "news" networks can be when it comes to liberal darlings. On Tuesday's MSNBC Live, host Hallie Jackson addressed Elizabeth Warren's now-disproven claim that she was dismissed from a teacher job in 1971 for being pregnant. Jackson aired old video of Warren telling a much different story -- that she left voluntarily to stay home with her new baby. Jackson put on the communications director for EMILY's List, a  PAC for "pro-choice Democratic women candidates," explain away ...
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Federal Budget Deficit Ends Fiscal Year Just Shy Of $1 Trillion 9.10.2019 Outside the Beltway
Don't worry folks, we'll make it past that mark quite easily over the course of the new Fiscal Year.
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Why Netflix isn't worried about the streaming wars 9.10.2019 LA Times: Business

The company that defined the concept of binge watching has continued to reinvent itself. But as Disney, Apple and others enter the streaming business, Netflix faces the biggest challenge in its history.

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‘I’m not sending anyone to jail yet’: Federal judge slams Betsy DeVos’ Education Dept. for violating court order 8.10.2019 Raw Story
A federal magistrate judge on Monday slammed Betsy DeVos‘ Department of Education for violating a federal court order after finding the federal agency is continuing to collect on the loan debt of former Corinthian Colleges students. The for-profit school went bankrupt and closed its doors in 2015. “I’m not sending anyone to jail yet but it’s good […]
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With a possible Apple tag waiting in the wings, Tile unveils Sticker, an adhesive device for tracking objects 8.10.2019 TechCrunch
We are still waiting to see if Apple officially unveils a new spin on the business of tracking tags — the small devices that you put on ‘dumb’ objects like keys, wallets and other objects you have a habit of losing or leaving places to be able to pinpoint their location — but in the […]
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Trump is ‘swinging a wrecking ball’ at the Senate GOP firewall he needs for impeachment: Nicolle Wallace 8.10.2019 Raw Story
President Donald Trump’s foreign policy is threatening to destroy his Senate Republican firewall as the impeachment inquiry into his solicitation of foreign election interference heats up. MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace reported, “the president today finds himself cornered by twin political calamities of his own making with the impeachment inquiry yielding the kind of evidence that turns […]
Renters only: These new homes aren't for sale 7.10.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Developers are building thousands of single-family homes that won't require a mortgage to move in. Even people who could afford to buy are choosing to rent — they aren't ready for the long-term debt.
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Trump brutally mocked for whining about tax return ruling: ‘Everything is crumbling around you’ 7.10.2019 Raw Story
President Donald Trump suffered a courtroom loss when a judge ruled that an accounting firm must turn over eight years of tax returns as part of a campaign finance investigation. Trump reacted on Twitter by complaining that “radical left Democrats” were pushing New York prosecutors to investigate his dealings, and he griped that no other […]
This Republican challenging Trump is trying to remind the GOP how much it hates the deficit 7.10.2019 L.A. Times - World News

Mark Sanford is trying to raise an alarm about the national debt and beat Trump in the GOP primary. But some Republicans want to talk about disloyalty, or Martian treasure.

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