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Fed likely to shrink bond portfolio

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Economists expect the U.S. central bank to announce it’ll stop buying bonds, marking another big milestone toward ending crisis-era measures. Fred Katayama reports.

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Michael Dourson, who has long run a premier firm for the chemical industry, is set for a Wednesday confirmation hearing before a Senate panel.

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At his speech before the U.N. General Assembly today, Donald Trump took some time to denounce the evil North Korean regime and its brutal dictator:

Trump denounced North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, saying his country “threatens the entire world with unthinkable loss of life.”
He praised the U.N. for imposing economic sanctions on Pyongyang, but he also said if the regime continues to threaten the United States and its allies and to destabilize East Asia the U…

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From the moment the first 13 colonies formed the United States of America, there have been several attempts to create new states that just did not make the cut. These regions were within the borders of today’s Lower 48, but the people in these areas were unhappy with the governments of their respective states and […]
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Normally, when historical figures show up in movies, they’re exaggerated. Desperate to keep fiction more fantastic than life, filmmakers have to take all the complexity out and turn them into mad, cartoonish caricatures of real human beings. Usually, anyway. Emperor Commodus, though, is the exception to the rule. When the creators of the movie Gladiator […]
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In case you missed it, political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes has sued Fox News after alleging that Fox Business host Charles Payne had raped her and that Fox went after her when she came forward.

Conservative pundit Scottie Nell Hughes alleges she was raped by Fox's Charles Payne, blacklisted for reporting it. https://t.co/ePQoNP6Cha
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) September 18, 2017

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While Obama’s old cronies and liberals at large are melting down over President Trump’s speech before the United Nations General Assembly, Trump’s also receiving some praise for getting tough on dictators, including North Korea’s “Rocket Man,” Kim Jong Un.
HuffPost’s Jennifer Bendery managed to catch up with Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, who was glad to hear someone “talk turkey” about North Korea…

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UK fishermen see Brexit boom, but there's a catch

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Britain’s vote to leave the EU has cast a shadow over the future of Europe’s fishermen who fear that the British government could take control of the fish-rich waters around the British Isles and kick Europeans out of their patch. As Kate King reports, French fishermen say revenue for the European fleet could halve.

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