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Aug 15 13:52

Trump To Toughen-Up On China’s Intellectual Property Theft, Which Costs America Up To $500 Billion Annually

Finally we have the beginnings of the trade reform with China that President Trump promised on the campaign trail.

Aug 15 13:51

Americans' debt level notches a new record high

Americans' debt level notched another record high in the second quarter, after having earlier in the year surpassed its pre-crisis peak, on the back of modest rises in mortgage, auto and credit card debt, where delinquencies jumped. Total U.S. household debt was $12.84 trillion in the three months to June, up $552 billion from a year ago, according to a Federal Reserve Bank of New York report published on Tuesday.

Aug 15 13:45

Bank of America Warns of an ‘Ominous’ Sign for Stocks

The drop represents a “warning sign for equities over bonds, high yield over investment grade, and cyclical sectors over defensive ones,” chief investment strategist Michael Hartnett wrote in a note Tuesday. “Further deterioration is likely to cause risk-off trades.”

Aug 15 13:42

San Francisco Takes DOJ To Court In Showdown Over Federal Grants

San Francisco, a “sanctuary city,” stands to lose $1.5 million in police-related federal funding, but now the city and California are suing the US Department of Justice over this rule. Some $500,000 of the funding is distributed by the federal government.

Aug 15 13:41

US Government Demands Data On Visitors Of Anti-Trump Website

The US Justice Department has requested information on some 1.3 million visitors of a so-called resistance website used to organize protests against President Donald Trump, in what privacy advocates say is an unconstitutional “fishing expedition” for political dissidents.

Aug 15 13:40

Protests Against Nazi Violence, In Support Of Charlottesville Victims Held Across US

One day after the Nazi rampage in Charlottesville, Virginia—which left one dead and 19 injured—thousands of people participated in protests and vigils throughout the US to oppose fascist violence. Similar demonstrations are planned this week.

Aug 15 13:40

Trump Orders Probe Of China's Intellectual Property Practices

US President Donald Trump has ordered an investigation into China’s alleged theft of intellectual property, although the measure is unlikely to prompt near-term change.

Aug 15 13:06

SESSIONS JUST TOTALLY SHUT DOWN EVERY JOURNALIST IN AMERICA WITH THIS RANT THAT’S GOING VIRAL

Attorney General Jeff Sessions continues to have President Trump’s back. In an interview on Good Morning America this morning, when asked what Trump meant by the “sides” he referred to in his initial statement about the violence Saturday in Charlottesville, Va, Sessions said.

Aug 15 13:04

Boston Holocaust Memorial Falls Prey To 2nd Attack This Summer

A glass panel on the Holocaust Memorial in Boston, Massachusetts, has been vandalized for the second time this summer. A 17-year-old boy is in custody after bystanders held him down until police arrived.

Aug 15 12:55

Video: RAW: Giant Nazi Eagle Salvaged From WWII Shipwreck Goes On Auction

Footage shows the recovery of a bronze Nazi eagle embossed with a swastika that was salvaged from the shipwrecked Admiral Graf Spee warship off the coast of Montevideo in 2006.

Aug 15 12:53

What They’re NOT Telling You About The Charlottesville Race Riots

Over a billion dollars has been spent over the last 8 years fomenting racial division, with the purpose of using the manufactured conflicts to take away our rights.

Aug 15 12:52

One in 7 Elementary School Students Will Be Homeless…

There were 100,000 homeless students in New York City public schools during the 2015-16 school year, a number equal to the population of Albany.

Aug 15 12:52

US Protestors Topple Confederate Statue In North Carolina

American protesters have toppled a Confederate monument in Durham, North Carolina, amid growing tensions between human rights activists and white supremacists in the country.

Aug 15 12:42

Household Debt Hits Record as Auto Loans and Credit Cards Climb

U.S. household debt reached a new record of $12.8 trillion in the second quarter, driven by rising mortgage debt, a strong quarter for auto loan originations, and an uptick in credit-card balances, which reached their highest level since 2009.

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