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VIDEO: Minneapolis police fire teargas at protesters after the murder of George Floyd by white policeman
Police have clashed with protesters on the streets of Minneapolis amid outrage over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody.
George Floyd died after an officer knelt on his neck for several minutes. Large crowds gathered in the city on Tuesday night and police in riot gear fired teargas and rubber bullets at demonstrators.
These Photos Of Kids Saying Goodbye To RBG Are Breaking My Heart
The justice was an icon across generations.
Former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul has a stroke live on air
Former U.S. Congressman & former presidential candidate Ron Paul has suffered a medical emergency during an interview - Paul has been taken to the hospital
Novavax Covid-19 vaccine begins final phase of clinical trial
The American biotechnology company Novavax announced on Thursday, September 24, that it began in the United Kingdom a final phase clinical trial for its experimental vaccine aga...
US fines BMW $18 million for inflating sales figures
BMW must pay a fine of $18 million to resolve allegations that it inflated its monthly sales figures in the United States for five years in a row.
Working from home may be bigger test for City of London than Brexit
City workers are executing a clumsy hokey cokey in response to the government’s reversed guidance on returning to offices. Boris Johnson has strong public health justifications ...
Seattle hires former pimp as 'street czar' for $150,000 after CHOP fiasco
Seattle is paying an ex-pimp $150,000 a year to act as the city's "street czar" and offer "alternatives to policing" after protests morphed into the no-police-allowed Capitol Hi...
Johnson & Johnson begins the last stage of clinical trials of its COVID-19 vaccine
Johnson & Johnson became the fourth pharmaceutical group to begin phase 3 clinical trials of its experimental vaccine against Covid-19 in the United States on Wednesday.
JPMorgan Is Set to Pay $1 Billion in Record Spoofing Penalty
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is poised to pay close to $1 billion to resolve market manipulation investigations by U.S. authorities into its trading of metals futures and Treasury secur...
Vatican and China prepare to renew historic deal, angering US
Pope Francis has reportedly approved a two-year renewal of the deal on the appointment of bishops vetted by the Vatican.
Trump registered his trademark in Cuba to build hotels in 2008
US President Donald Trump registered his trademark in Cuba in 2008 to build hotels, casinos and golf courses, local Miami press reported Tuesday identifying documents available ...
Wells Fargo CEO, “the unfortunate reality is that there is a very limited pool of black talent to recruit from”
"While it might sound like an excuse, the unfortunate reality is that there is a very limited pool of black talent to recruit from," Scharf said in the memo.
First jail sentence in the United States related to the Panama Papers
A federal court in the United States sentenced a man on Monday to four years in prison related to the scandal of companies in tax havens, better known as the 'Panama Papers'. Th...
One of the world's 'dodgiest addresses', in leafy Herts, UK
Leaked banking documents have given a glimpse into international money-laundering. They show that it happens in some unlikely places.
All passengers on Epstein flights to be named 'sparking panic among rich friends
The records of every flight made by Jeffrey Epstien’s private aircrafts over 21 years have been subpoenaed.
Sanctioned Putin associate ‘laundered millions’ through Barclays
One of Vladimir Putin's closest friends may have used Barclays Bank in London to launder money and dodge sanctions, leaked documents suggest.
Game of Laws: Compliance in the Age of Regulatory Proliferation
Even if the pace at which regulations are drafted seems to be slowing down, at least at the EU-level, regulations in general are still trending toward bullish proliferation. In ...
Companies House to tighten its checks
The UK government is to overhaul the system of checks for Britain’s register of companies after criticism that the database is too easily abused by money launderers and fraudsters.
HSBC shares fall to 25-year low as fears for China business grow
HSBC's shares plunged to historic lows on Monday as the bank was hit by new fears about its business in China and a report accusing it and other major lenders of failing to stop...
Capitalism isn't working anymore. Here's how the pandemic could change it forever
Capitalism is in crisis. The pandemic could change it forever, in favor of workers and those in greatest need.
“I Accept Pay Less Than My Worth Just To Get A Job": How The Gig Economy Screwed Over Millennials
After the recession, newly vulnerable workers were forced to take crappy jobs and a decade later, they’re still screwed. Read this excerpt from Can’t Even: How Millennials Becam...
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