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The New York Times
· Will Twitter Draw a Line for Trump? →
Well, not yet.
The New York Times
· Republicans Tried to Suppress the Vote in Florida. And Failed. →
Who gets to cast a ballot in Florida, the nation’s largest swing state, could well determine who will be the next leader of the country, and in the middle of the biggest global crisis in generations.
· Abraxas Petroleum: Second-Lien Term Loan Will Be Very Challenging To Deal With →
It is very well hedged on oil in 2020 and 2021, which should allow it to pay down some of its credit facility debt.
· Disney, CBS sued for ‘rampant’ sexual harassment on cop show →
As well as suing the giant Hollywood studios, the lawsuit also names several individual producers as defendants.
· The Road To Weimar Goes Through The European Banking System →
One of the indications at the time that this was actually a bear market as well was that banks were still suffering.
· Biden calls Trump 'an absolute fool' for mocking him wearing a mask →
While all of the full-term babies in the study tested negative for the coronavirus and were doing well when they left the hospital, study author and obstetrician Dr. Emily Miller said in a statement, “Not to paint a scary picture, but these findings worry me.
· Flick's delight as Bayern take ‘big step’ towards title →
“We knew that Buerki always stands well in front of his goal,” said the Germany international.
· Quebec comes to rescue of struggling Cirque du Soleil →
He noted that an agreement in principle between the province and Cirque's current shareholders -- American investment group TPG Capital and China's Fosun Group, as well as the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ) -- had been reached.
· Twitter has finally started fact-checking Trump →
The company’s decision comes at a time when the President is under scrutiny for his latest tweets — in particular, for a series of posts making baseless murder accusations, as well as promoting the drug hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for Covid-19 patients, which could be potentially harmful.