Wells Fargo Forced Unwanted Auto Insurance On 800,000 Borrowers

Wells has just been busted yet again for another major scandal: the NYT's Gretchen Morgenson writes that more than 800,000 people who took out car loans from Wells Fargo were also charged for auto insurance they did not need, and  some are still paying for it.

Hegemony Is A Three-Player Game

"Three-player games are easy to model - it’s always two against one... This is the greatest political struggle in the world today. The nationalists and realists want to improve U.S. relations with Russia. The globalists are horrified at the prospect and want to maintain warm relations with China while isolating Russia."

"The Lost Generation": Goldman Unemployment Charts Explain Just How Spoiled Millennials Are

This morning, Goldman's Econ team set out to identify why wage growth has been elusive despite the fact that unemployment rates and other labor utilization measures signal an economy at full employment.  What they found potentially highlights the key social and behavioral gaps between generations and helps explain why millennials are having a much harder time finding jobs than previous generations.

Senate Overwhelmingly Votes For New Russia Sanctions, Now It's Up To Trump

In an overwhelming 98-2 vote, the Senate has sent legislation slapping new sanctions on Moscow to President Trump's desk, setting up a potential showdown with the White House over Russia. Senators voted to pass the bill, which would give Congress the ability to block Trump from lifting the Russia sanctions. It also includes new penalties against Iran and North Korea.