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Maria Bartiromo Slams John Podesta Over His Ties To Russia

“Don’t you find it odd that there’s been so much attention on the Trump Campaign and the Trump associates and potential collusion with the Russians when in fact it’s really the Democrats who have deeper and stronger ties to Russia... I mean John I have to ask your own situation..”

As The Puerto Rico Lawsuits Begin "A Bankruptcy Is A When, Not An If"

On Tuesday Puerto Rico and its federal financial oversight board were flooded with the first lawsuits from stakeholders, with more expected in the coming days, which could ultimately push the insolvent U.S. territory into bankruptcy, and in fact prompting one analyst to conclude that "I continue to think bankruptcy is a when, not an if."

Gary Cohn Backs Reinstating Glass-Steagal, Breaking Up Big Banks

The former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive who is the top White House economic adviser told lawmakers he could support legislation breaking up the largest U.S. banks, according to people familiar with the matter, a development that bolsters congressional efforts to reinstate the Depression-era Glass-Steagall law.

Exposing The 9 Fakest Fake-News Checkers

"Trust us," they say. "We’ll help you navigate Facebook and filter out the fake news stories,” they promise. But just who are these self-appointed gatekeepers who claim to be the ultimate arbiters of what is or is not “fake news”?

Meet The Leftist Professor Who Wrote The 'Hit List' Of "Fake News" Sites

Meet Merrimack College Assistant Professor Melissa Zimdars, a 30-something self-identified feminist and activist who specialized in “fat studies” and is behind the effort to target and discredit legitimate news organizations... “Girls is meaningful to me mainly for one reason: Lena Dunham’s naked body,”

Deutsche Bank Reports Unexpected Q3 Profit, But Wall Street Yawns Asking For More

After serving much drama to its shareholders - and global markets - over the past couple of months, when its stock tumbled to all time lows, Deutsche Bank provided some relief when earlier this morning it reported a modest, unexpected profit of €256 million for the third quarter on lower litigation and restructuring costs, beating consensus estimate. However, to many on Wall Street, this wasn't enough.