Here's What You Can Do to Demand Justice for Black Lives and Support Protestors Right Now

The recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, news surrounding the October 2019 killing of Brianna Hill, as well as the horrifying way a white woman used her privilege to threaten Christian Cooper’s life in Central Park have sparked nationwide protests against racism and police brutality in America. Over the past few days, protestors in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, […]

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Dominic Raab admits he has no strategy to end UK lockdown – waiting for Boris to return

Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, is currently in charge of the government following Boris Johnson’s hospitalisation as a result of contracting coronavirus. Mr Johnson asked the Foreign Secretary to stand in as First Secretary of State for the UK Government whilst he recovers from the disease which placed him in intensive care. However, cabinet ministers have admitted that at present, […]

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Ignoring Fauci, Trump and White House Hacks Tout Unproven Coronavirus Meds

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said that because he is a “social scientist,” his opinion about an unproven drug that carries serious risks for coronavirus patients should be taken seriously. Navarro made the remark during a tense Monday morning interview on CNN. Host John Berman asked Navarro about a Saturday argument, first reported by Axios, between Navarro and infectious […]

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Do you qualify for FAFSA?

A FAFSA opens up the door to federal student aid, work-study programs, and many scholarships. But not everyone is eligible to complete one. (iStock) The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a simple form you must complete if you want to be eligible for federal student aid. This includes not just Direct Loans, but also access to work-study […]

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Buttigieg Says He Won’t Be Lectured on Morality by Rush Limbaugh

Openly gay Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg pushed back Sunday against recent comments from conservative radio personalities as he rises to become a 2020 front-runner. Rush Limbaugh this week mused on his nationally syndicated broadcast about Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, as a “gay guy kissing his husband on stage, next to Mr Man, Donald Trump. What’s […]

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The PRO Act won't do anything to help workers. It's a plan to empower Dems' Big Labor allies: Andy Puzder

This is the labor market of a lifetime: White House economist Tomas Philipson of the White House Council of Economic Advisers provides insight into the January jobs report and the Trump administration’s economic plans. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is at it again and Democratic presidential hopefuls former Vice President Joe Biden, former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sens. Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, […]

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When do you need to get a financial adviser?

When is it time for someone to get a financial adviser? Edward Jones managing partner Penny Pennington talks about when a financial adviser makes sense for someone and how having a third party looking after your financial goals can be helpful. Penny Pennington was a financial adviser for years before becoming Edward Jones' managing partner, so she knows when it's time […]

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Always do your sums before switching super funds

I have an allocated pension operating for 25 years with a retail fund and it averaged a return of 5.7 per cent per annum over the first 21 years, but has decreased to 4.4 per cent over the past four years. I wish to switch to an industry fund but have been told I will lose the deductible amount operating […]

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