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Mnuchin is richer than Midas, having benefitted from the 2008 crash. Will "fining" him work?
Stephanie Ruhle says Exxon has toilet tissue worth more than they will pay in fines for violating Russia sanctions.
Stephanie Ruhle makes a good point about the $2 million dollar fine levied against Exxon-Mobil for violations of Russian sanctions during Tillerson's management.
Lurking beneath this violence is a fiscal menace: police departments forced to assist city officials in raising revenue, in many cases funding their own salaries.
Anthony Ross, 26, explained to the Post that “Everybody in this city has been a victim of DWB, [driving while black].”
Hobby Lobby's "religious values" don't extend to objecting to "family planning" and forced abortions in China.
The record penalties cap a yearlong investigation into secretive political groups that bankrolled two of the biggest conservative election causes last year.
The punitive costs paid by JPMorgan will, however, continue to grow, if not through settlements than through other expenses.
Now the media has moved on and public anger has cooled, but the full extent of the Gulf damage is finally coming out—and it’s clear that the spill was even worse than we thought.
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