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Trump is Doubling Down on Obama and Bush's Legacy of Going Soft on Antitrust Problems
The last three US presidents have all had relatively weak stances on busting monopolies, which has led to worsening America's income inequality.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Fake Roy Moore accuser linked to Project Veritas, Weinstein brothers accused of sex trafficking in new lawsuit, Trump uses racist joke against Elizabeth Warren in front of Native Americans, and more.
Wells Fargo Is Trying to Bury Another Massive Scandal
The bank became notorious last year for creating fake accounts on behalf of customers. Now it's trying to kill a class-action lawsuit over shady debit card fees.
Proposed New Rules Could Put Predatory Payday Loan Companies Out of Business
The US agency charged with protecting consumers from financial abuse unveiled a proposal on Thursday that would limit short-term borrowings known as "payday" loans, which can carry interest rates as high as 390 percent.