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FBI ‘special investigation’ into Hillary Clinton’s emails isn’t that special

The conservative nonpartisan watchdog group Judicial Watch has been relentless in its pursuit of FBI documents related to the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized usage of a personal server. This was during her tenure as secretary of State and the conduct of senior level FBI officials connected to the case.

Responding to innumerable Freedom of Information/Privacy Act (FOIPA) related requests from Judicial Watch, the FBI just released 76 pages of documents on The Vault, its public records site.

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Marshawn Lynch only stands for Mexican national anthem

Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch sat during most of U.S. anthem and stood for the Mexican anthem before their game against the Patriots at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

Lynch has not stood for the national anthem since returning from retirement this season.

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House to adopt mandatory anti-sexual harassment training

WASHINGTON — Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday that the House will require anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training for all members and their staffs. The announcement came just hours after a hearing in which two female lawmakers spoke about sexual misconduct involving sitting members of Congress.

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Household debt rises by $116 billion as credit-card delinquencies pile up

The numbers: Household debt rose by $116 billion, or 0.9%, to $12.96 trillion in the third quarter, the New York Fed said Tuesday. That’s the highest level in nominal terms, though not when compared to the size of the economy. Credit-card debt rose by 3.1% while home equity lines of credit, or HELOC, balances fell by 0.9%. There were small gains in mortgage, student and auto debt.

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Bob Iger, Jeff Shell & More Moguls Give NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Big H’wood Cash & POTUS Shine

Andrew Cuomo may not be officially running for President in 2020, but a big-bucks visit tonight to Universal boss Jeff Shell’s home to schmooze with studio chiefs shows the New York governor is already taking a page out of the Democrats’ well-thumbed Hollywood playbook for a White House pursuit.

The two-term governor is also making sure to remind Tinseltown’s deep-pocketed donors tonight like Disney’s Bob Iger that New York provides them with $420 million in tax credits annually. That’s almost $100 million more than what California hands out and the most of any state.

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‘We can’t be MEAN enough to this guy’: Alec Baldwin says Trump deserves all the SNL ridicule because he hasn’t appreciated the presidency for the ‘tremendous opportunity’ it is

Actor Alec Baldwin said President Trump – who he plays on Saturday Night Live – deserves as much mockery as can be thrown at him.
‘We can’t be mean enough to this guy,’ Baldwin told an audience Tuesday night at George Washington University, his alma mater, in downtown Washington, D.C.
Baldwin was on campus promoting his faux Trump memoir ‘You Can’t Spell America Without Me’ with his co-author Kurt Andersen, when he got ‘a little bit serious’ and bemoaned how the president is squandering a ‘tremendous opportunity’ by not appreciating the moment and the people he meets.

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Amazon’s Cashierless Store Is Almost Ready for Prime Time

The Amazon Go team is said to have worked out many of the technical bugs and is starting to hire store-related personnel.

For the past year, Amazon employees have been test driving Amazon Go, an experimental convenience store in downtown Seattle. The idea is to let consumers walk in, pick up items and then pay for them without ever standing in line at a cashier. Amazon is vague on the mechanics, but the store relies on a mobile app and some of the same sensing technology that powers self-driving cars to figure out who is buying what.

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Richest 1% own half the world’s wealth, study finds

The globe’s richest 1% own half the world’s wealth, according to a new report highlighting the growing gap between the super-rich and everyone else.

The world’s richest people have seen their share of the globe’s total wealth increase from 42.5% at the height of the 2008 financial crisis to 50.1% in 2017, or $140tn (£106tn), according to Credit Suisse’s global wealth report published on Tuesday.

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