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I hope American soldiers read stars and stripes forever

It's nice to see that tweet from President Trump that "America will NOT cut funding" for GI daily Stars and Stripes. He responded to reports that Pentagon budgeters would close the paper by the end of September due to a shortfall of $ 15 million. Even Congress protested. I'm not here to fill out subsidies for Stripes, even though it's …

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Transition from LIBOR: What you need to know

Co-produced with Trapping Value Investors' uncertainty about the transition out of LIBOR We have received many questions about the transition out of LIBOR and how it will affect LIBOR-related shares and bonds, including preferred shares. Today we address this issue and what you need to know about it. At High Dividend Opportunities we keep track of major changes that affect …

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ByteDance gives bonuses to staff after TikTok turbulence

TikTok owner ByteDance distributes cash bonuses to all of its 60,000 plus global workforce when they face concerns about the future of the business. The payment of half a month's salary to employees worldwide, which will cost the company hundreds of millions of yuan, comes when the Beijing-based company faces a ban on the video sharing app in its two …

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Dad, please get a Covid Shot

A needle used for vaccination in Hollywood, California, August 10. Photo: Carline Jean / Zuma Press Sen. Kamala Harris suggested on Saturday that she could refuse a vaccination against Covid-19 because "I would not trust Donald Trump." My dad, 96, feels the same way about Gerald Ford. "No way," he says when I tell him I hope he gets the …

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Australian journalists evacuated from China after five days of diplomatic departure

The emigration leaves Australia's media without journalists working in China for the first time in almost 50 years. The diplomatic rift began when the two men – Bill Birtles, Beijing correspondent for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), and Mike Smith, Shanghai correspondent for the Australian Financial Review (AFR) – were told they were "persons of interest". for an investigation "of …

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