CFPB official whose racist writings stirred ire resigns

A Trump administration appointee at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau who came under fire after racist comments he wrote years ago resurfaced is leaving the agency. Eric Blankenstein was appointed in 2018 as CFPB's director for supervision, enforcement and fair lending. It was the last part of his title that became a source of controversy after left-leaning activist groups uncovered […]

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8-year-old chess champ whose Christian family fled Boko Haram no longer homeless, raised $250G

Tanitoluwa "Tani" Adewumi, an 8-year-old chess champion, is no longer living in a homeless shelter after the generosity of strangers from around the world. Tani want to help other kids now. (GoFundMe) The 8-year-old chess champion, Tanitoluwa "Tani" Adewumi, was living in a homeless shelter more than a week ago. But now he's enjoying homecooked meals after his story went viral […]

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Woman in wheelchair whose flight was canceled left at O'Hare

American Airlines is investigating how a 67-year-old woman in a wheelchair was left alone overnight at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport when her flight was canceled. The incident, first reported by CBS 2 in Chicago , started Friday night when Olimpia Warsaw's flight from Chicago to Detroit was canceled and a porter was assigned to take care of her. Her son, […]

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