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Trump May Be Right: The 'Five Eyes' Allies Do Spy On One Another

The GCHQ and the British government have cried foul over reports they surveilled Trump’s transition team on behalf of the Obama administration. However, there is a wealth of historical information on such cooperation between the 'Five Eyes'. The fact that GCHQ squawked publicly about it being implicated in political eavesdropping makes it more likely that it was caught red-handed.

Bloomberg Terminal Subscribers Drop For Only Second Time In History

"A lot of the vendors [of financial information] are facing headwinds.  The combination of machines replacing traders where they can and cutbacks overall in financial institutions in terms of budgets has made it difficult for all vendors frankly to maintain [terminal numbers]."

Is Bankruptcy For Illinois The Answer?

Could a formal bankruptcy proceeding for the State of Illinois be the answer to it’s fiscal crisis? If you think that’s out of the question, as many do, you’re wrong.

The Mainstream Media Is Using "Trolling" As An Excuse To Censor The Right

"...a 'review team' is subjectively deciding which content it will censor. What happened to the programmers and objectively censoring 'trolls' and abuse? The whole thing is much more similar to McCarthyism, except instead of targeting 'communists' during the Cold War, they are targeting 'right-wing' websites and individuals. Truly a threat to 'national security' in the same vein as ISIS, isn’t it?"

Blizzard Bust: New York City Cancels Warning

The National Weather Service has cancelled its blizzard warning for New York City as the bulk of the storm has shifted West. Nonetheless, snow and sleet continued to fall across the Tri-State area although in less dramatic amounts.

When It Comes To Wall Street, Preet Bharara Is No Hero

The prominent U.S. attorney fired by Donald Trump this weekend has been justly acclaimed for his pursuit of political corruption. But his treatment of the Wall Street executives involved in the financial meltdown was far less confrontational.