Category: Breaks

GOP Breaks Record by Raising $67.6 Million in August
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GOP Breaks Record by Raising $67.6 Million in August

The Republican Party shattered its previous fundraising record by hauling in $67.6 million in August 2020. The Washington Examiner reported that the $67.6 million represents “nearly four times what the party did in the previous four Augusts combined.” Moreover, it puts the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) total for the current campaign cycle at $1.3 billion.…

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Anarchy Breaks Out in New York City
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Anarchy Breaks Out in New York City

The hours before the 11 p.m. curfew in New York City were characterized by chaos and crime. Midtown Manhattan was riven with packs of young looters making hit-and-run actions against retail shops, including the storied Herald Square Macy’s flagship Store. At least a dozen other stores were attacked, vandalized, or looted. The looters played cat-and-mouse…

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Baltimore Breaks City Record for Killings Per Capita in 2019
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Baltimore Breaks City Record for Killings Per Capita in 2019

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore broke its annual per capita homicide record after reaching 342 killings Friday. With just over 600,000 residents, the city hit a historically high homicide rate of about 57 per 100,000 people after recent relentless gunfire saw eight people shot — three fatally — in one day and nine others — one…

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Bitcoin Breaks Below $9,000 Signaling a Further Decline
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Bitcoin Breaks Below $9,000 Signaling a Further Decline

Bitcoin moved below $9,000 on Friday. A bullish pattern is developing in the macro-perspective. BTC could plummet to $8,400 or lower in the near term. In the last few hours, bitcoin moved below $9,000. Now, it seems like BTC could be bound for a further downward push. Bitcoin Technical Analysis In the macro-perspective, bitcoin is…

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Trump Breaks MSNBC: Lawrence O’Donnell Apologizes for Deutsche Bank Claims
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Trump Breaks MSNBC: Lawrence O’Donnell Apologizes for Deutsche Bank Claims

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell issued an apology Wednesday afternoon after President Donald Trump, through his attorneys, demanded the retraction of an unsourced claim that Trump had “Russian billionaires close to Vladimir Putin” as co-signers on loans. “Last night I made an error in judgment by reporting an item about the president’s finances that didn’t go through our rigorous…

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