While traders talk about the Fed tapering its bond buying, the central bank actually boosted its asset purchases in the past week to the most in three months. The Fed's balance sheet crossed the $8 trillion mark for the first time ever.

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Breaking news that AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka died unexpectedly at age 72:

Here’s the thing about ruling class leftists like @juliettekayyem  (faculty at Harvard, CNN commentator) — they don’t just want you marginalized in politics, they want to ruin your life. That’s the struggle we presently face, and we need to be honest about the stakes.

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Amazon delays office return until January as COVID-19 cases surge

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WATCH: @SecGranholm  explains Carbon Capture and Storage, and how this technology will help us combat the climate crisis by removing CO2 before it is released into the air. Learn more! 📗👇

Each individual’s story is a miracle. How each one of them became part of the Resistance Movement! Everybody has a story to tell. Thank you for your contribution to this country. I salute you.

Ransomware is on the rise and cryptocurrency has an undeniable role in enabling these attacks. Why are hackers demanding crypto in the first place? Watch the new episode of "CoinDesk Breaks It Down" on @Snapchat :

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Gadkari also said that due to sustained protest by farmers in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, 58 fee plazas were not operational from 12 days to a maximum of 182 days in the last financial year, resulting in an estimated loss of Rs 814.13 crore.

Ebrahim Raisi, an ultraconservative protege of Iran’s supreme leader, was sworn in as the country's new president during a public inauguration ceremony Thursday

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