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Jewish Trust Sues Deutsche Bank For $3 Billion

A Jewish charitable trust has sued Deutsche Bank, alleging the German bank wrongly withheld as much as $3 billion from the heirs to a wealthy German family. According to Bloomberg, the lawsuit claims the bank refuses to return the funds initially deposited by the Wertheim family in accounts opened at what is now Credit Suisse Group AG before the rise of the Nazis in Germany.

Carlos Slim Launching US TV Channel "By Mexicans, For Mexicans"

With just two days left to go until Trump's inauguration, one of the President-elect's biggest opponents during the presidential campaign, Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, said he is launching a a TV channel in the United State, Nuestra Vision, which "is focused on Mexicans, made by Mexicans and transmitted from Mexico."

Trump As Lightning Rod (Not Just For Disaffected Progressives, But For Panicked Insiders)

Trump isn't just a lightning rod for delusional Progressives who were happy to see their real-world fortunes erode away as long as the Insiders in charge kept muttering the desired symbolic speech acts; he is also a lightning rod for Insiders fearful that their Insider apple cart is about to be upended, and they might actually have to work for a living, or actually compete in the real world--something they know they are ill-prepared to survive.

'Golfer-In-Chief' Obama Plays More Rounds Than Any President Since Eisenhower

20 years after first taking up the game of golf in 1997 - due to basketball injuries - President Obama has worked hard to get his handicap down to "an honest 13," comparable to former golfing presidents as they left office (Nixon 12, Clinton 10, JFK 14). However, there is one thing Obama has them all beat with - during his eight years in the White House he played a total of 306 rounds of golf, more than any other president since Dwight Eisenhower.

FBI Arrests Widow Of Orlando Nightclub Shooter

The wife of the man who carried out a deadly terrorist attack in Orlando, was arrested by the FBI in connection with the mass shooting, a law enforcement official said Monday.

Food-Stamp Recipients Can Now Order From Amazon, Other Online Retailers

Despite federal authorities in south Florida busting the largest food-stamp fraud operation in U.S. history last year, food-stamp recipients can use their taxpayer-funded benefit to order online from retailers like Amazon under a new Obama administration initiative that aims to facilitate the shopping experience for rural and urban residents. It marks the latest of many costly experiments by the administration to expand the fraud-infested program, which has seen a record-high number of beneficiaries under President Obama.

Amazon To Create 100,000 New Jobs In The US

The latest company to join Trump's "make American jobs great" bandwagon, Amazon on Thursday announced that it plans to create an additional "100,000 full-time, full-benefit jobs in the U.S. over the next 18 months."

Twitter Sued By Families Of Terrorism Victims For "Providing Services To ISIS"

a lawsuit was filed against Twitter by families of three Americans killed during ISIS attacks in France and Belgium, claiming the social media platform played "a uniquely essential role in the development of ISIS' image, its success in recruiting members from around the world, and its ability to carry out attacks and intimidate its enemies."