The ad marks a rare overt attack from Bloomberg on Sanders -- in what many expect could ultimately be an expensive campaign to drive down support and discredit the Democratic primary's current leader in polls and fundraising as the former New York mayor competes for the party's nomination. Bloomberg has already spent in excess of $400 million since entering the contest despite deciding not to contest any of the early states. He will make his first appearance on the ballot in a little more than two weeks, on Super Tuesday. … [Read more...] about Bloomberg slams Sanders supporters’ aggressive online tactics in new ad
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While his father was in charge of U.S. policy towards Ukraine as the former VP, Hunter began serving on Burisma’s board of directors despite having no experience in energy matters, prompting allegations that he was using his father’s position for financial gain. … [Read more...] about Watchdog: Hunter Biden ‘Scandal Is Not Going Away,’ There’s ‘Strong Evidence of Criminal Misconduct’
"Investors continue to rank capital preservation over yield. So far this year bond funds have collectively taken in twice as much money as equity funds while delivering less than half the gains that equity funds have," said analysts at research firm EPFR Global in a recent report. According to EPFR data, bond funds took in $23.6 billion in the past week, the highest level in nearly five years. … [Read more...] about How low can bond rates go?
That's 100% understandable, given her remarkable career and what the vice presidency is truly about. As the official US Senate website notes, the vice presidency is "the least understood, most ridiculed, and most often ignored constitutional office in the federal government." John Nance Garner, who served as vice president under Franklin D. Roosevelt, famously had this observation on the job, "The vice presidency is not worth a bucket of warm spit." … [Read more...] about Hillary Clinton is not going to be Bloomberg’s vice president
"Sedentary behaviors are still problematic," said Dr. Stephanie Zaza (PDF), director of the CDC's division of Adolescent and School Health. "Although TV watching for more than three hours a day decreased from 43% in 1999 to 25% in 2015, this behavior has been completely replaced by the use of computers." … [Read more...] about Today’s teen troubles: Sex, drugs and texting on the go