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Trader exposes sexist horrors of a Wall Street ‘frat house’

When Maureen Sherry quiescent from Bear Stearns after 10 years, she was given a going-away party, a large check — and a nondisclosure agreement. “The authorised dialect gave me this request to sign,” she says, and a income was a ...

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How Trump Did It

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What they listened as they ate deli sandwiches around Donald Trump’s bumbling wooden discussion list sounded like a businessman’s standard bravado. These 25 New York domestic operatives had come to ask him to run for governor. But Trump had another ...

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Ted Cruz’s Iowa Mailers Are More Fraudulent Than Everyone Thinks

With a Iowa congress quick approaching, Senator Ted Cruz is in difficulty for promulgation out letters revelation electorate in a state that they’re being graded on either they vote. Credit Credit Photograph by Brendan Hoffman / Getty Ted Cruz’s Presidential ...

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If You’re Liberal and You Think Hillary Clinton Is Corrupt and Untrustworthy, You’re Rewarding 25 Years of GOP Smears

Chez Pazienza on Jan 31, 2016 FILED TO: Headline Articles Bernie Sanders will never be president. Let’s usually get that out of a approach right now. He stands unequivocally small possibility of pulling down a Democratic assignment and no possibility ...

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How to cut off a widespread of a Zika virus

Some 3,893 cases of microcephaly in infants (and infinite miscarriages) in Brazil alone appear related to a Zika virus. While we miss wilful explanation that a pathogen caused a serious intelligent and skull deformities these newborns are pang with, a ...

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Why we competence wish to consider twice about removing your knowledge teeth removed

As distant as we can remember, when we had my knowledge teeth private in my early teens, about 15 years ago, they were not causing any problems. we wasn’t in pain. They were rather impacted, or flourishing in during a ...

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After we Lived in Norway, America Felt Backward. Here’s Why.

Citizens of Oslo applaud Syttende Mai (May Seventeenth), Norway’s inhabitant day commemorating a adoption of a Constitution. (Ann Jones) Some years ago, we faced adult to a futility of stating truths about America’s catastrophic wars, and so we left Afghanistan ...

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Wounded Warrior Project Spends Lavishly on Itself, Insiders Say

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So Far, Amazon and Netflix Are Sundance’s Top Buyers

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Inside a Plan to Pull Sprint Out of Its Death Spiral

By Bryan Gruley and Scott Moritz | Jan 26, 2016 Photographs by Julian Berman From Marcelo Claure is a 6-foot-6-inch Bolivian who came to a U.S. 20 years ago and co-founded a association that sole mobile phones. Brightstar was formed in ...

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