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In his first live interview since the crypto firm he founded collapsed, Sam Bankman-Fried said he had “made a lot of mistakes” and “didn’t ever try to commit fraud on anyone.” Watch his conversation with @andrewrsorkin live:
The House voted to authorize seven paid sick days for the freight rail workers, but it is unclear whether that provision can win Senate approval.
Since Sam Bankman-Fried launched the company FTX, its executives and its philanthropic arm spent or pledged hundreds of millions of dollars in political and charitable contributions, consulting fees, investments in media outlets and real estate.
British taxpayers will cover the huge price tag for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral at a time when many in the country are struggling to pay their bills and are bracing for difficult winter.
Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said that the administration had to be tougher on spending and would begin to consider “the larger entitlements” — Social Security and Medicare are the two biggest social insurance programs — “probably next year”