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Jul 19 13:06

Wells Fargo to shut down 450 branches

Jul 19 12:09

Royal Privilege? Princess Eugenie Given University Place Despite Low Grades, Claims Lecturer

The Queen’s granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, was offered a place at Newcastle University thanks to her royal status rather than her academic abilities, it has been claimed.

The princess applied for a BA in English literature at Newcastle in 2009, but was rejected as her application was deemed “not good enough.”

Jul 19 12:09

One of the world’s most popular tech companies just lost another $2 billion…

Last night Netflix executives announced that a record 104 million people worldwide now subscribe to its service.

This number handily beat what analysts were expecting, and the stock SURGED nearly 9% to an all-time high. Netflix is now trading at more than 200 times earnings.

Look, I like Netflix. House of Cards is entertaining.

But you shouldn’t invest in a business based on its number of customers and quality of content alone.

And if you dive into the company’s numbers, you’ll see immediately that Netflix is hemorrhaging cash.

Jul 19 12:08

US Senate To Vote On Healthcare Again Next Week

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the upper chamber of the US Congress will take on former President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law again next week.

Jul 19 11:45

Does Wall Street Bully or Bribe Prosecutors? Revolving Doors At The DOJ

By Aaron Kesel

The recently published book The Chicken Shit Club by Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Jesse Eisinger, documents a massive account of corporate greed and impunity. The book alleges that the DOJ has a culture of a revolving door where Wall Street personnel become federal agents, even prosecutors, who then betray the public’s trust and their sworn duty, failing to arrest people involved in massive financial schemes...

Jul 19 11:45

Why is the GOP So Dumb?

Jul 19 11:44

Cutting emissions isn't enough: We must remove CO2 from the atmosphere as soon as possible to avoid extreme climate change, warn scientists

Asked to assess the world's current progress in fighting climate change, Professor Hansen, now at Columbia University, New York, told the Independent the 's*** is hitting the fan'.

'Continued high fossil fuel emissions unarguably sentences young people to either a massive, implausible clean-up or growing deleterious climate impacts or both,' the researchers said.

'We conclude that the world has already overshot appropriate targets for greenhouse gas amount and global temperature, and we thus infer an urgent need for rapid phasedown of fossil fuel emissions [and] actions that draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide.'

Jul 19 11:40

Last month was the third warmest June in history putting 2017 on track to be one of the hottest years ever recorded

Last month was the third-warmest June in history, putting 2017 on track to make a hat-trick of the hottest years on record.

Jul 19 11:15

Video: Temple Mount Protests: 3 Injured As IDF Fires Rubber Bullets – Reports

Protests turned violent in East Jerusalem, on Monday, as Muslim worshippers and Israeli police clashed near the Gates of the Tribe (Al-Asbat).

Jul 19 11:14

Trump, Putin Had Second, Undisclosed Talk At G20 Summit: US

US President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin had a second and previously undisclosed meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Germany earlier this month, US officials say.

Jul 19 11:12

Seth Rich: What Happened to the Surveillance Footage of FBI Vehicle Break-in?

The Washington Metropolitan D.C. Police report published by Infowars.com on Tuesday revealed an FBI cover-up in the Seth Rich murder that appears to extend beyond changing the time officially reported for break-in and weapons theft of an FBI vehicle to a time before Seth Rich was killed, to also include a suppression of the surveillance film that apparently exists on one or both of these incidents that occurred in close vicinity in Northeast (NE) Washington, D.C., in the early hours of July 10, 2016.

Jul 19 11:04

Mic blunder: Netanyahu ‘admits Israel carried out dozens of strikes on Hezbollah convoys’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has admitted that Israel carried out dozens of attacks against Hezbollah arms convoys in Syria, oblivious to the fact that his remarks were being picked up by a live mic and relayed to reporters, Haaretz reported.

"We blocked the border not only in Egypt but in the Golan Heights," Netanyahu reportedly said during a closed session with the premiers of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia in Budapest on Wednesday.

"We built the wall because there was a problem with ISIS [Islamic State/IS] and Iran trying to build a terror front there. I told [Russian President] Putin, when we see them [Iran/IS] transferring weapons to Hezbollah, we will hurt them. We did it dozens of times," he said, as quoted by Haaretz.

Jul 19 11:02

Video: Keiser Report: Zombie Economic Woes

In this episode of the Keiser Report’s annual Summer Solutions series Max and Stacy talk to Steve Keen, author of Debunking Economics, about whether or not allowing for the return of the business cycle might be a solution to our zombie economic woes.

Jul 19 11:00

Australian Woman Fatally Shot By Minneapolis Police Officer

Late Saturday night, two Minneapolis, Minnesota police officers responded to a 911 call from 40-year-old Justine Ruszcyk, an Australian woman who reported what she thought was a sexual assault in an alleyway in her neighborhood.

Jul 19 11:00

Washington Post Worries About “Islamophobia” After Somali Cop Kills White Woman

After a Somali police officer in Minneapolis shot dead 40-year-old Australian Justine Damond in what appears to be a senseless murder, the Washington Post’s primary concern was to fret about “Islamophobia” and a “backlash” against the Somali community.

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