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"Huge Bag Of Sex Toys": At Least 8 Women Now Accuse Lauer Of Harassment

It’s been just over a day since a shaken Savannah Guthrie informed Today Show viewers that her former co-host Matt Lauer had been fired due to allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior - the latest, and one of the highest-profile casualties in the widening national reckoning with sexual harassment in the workplace. And now, NBC’s top brass, which said they fired Lauer after an employee filed a complaint about inappropriate behavior that reportedly began during NBC’s coverage in Sochi (and who claim they were blissfully unaware of what was going on) are saying that the number of women accusing Lauer of harassment has risen to eight.

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Democrats Denounce Steyer's Impeachment Push: "It's Not Helpful"

California financier Tom Steyer’s $20 million ad campaign to impeach President Donald Trump has alienated some of the Democratic leaders with the influence to make impeachment a reality.

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Are You Still Here?

The last few weeks of disgusting exposés from various so-called celebrities have proven one thing for sure - you cannot trust a single one of them... But then we knew that a year ago when half the liberal media world declared they would leave if Donald Trump was elected President... They didn't!

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"Investors Can't Stop Buying Every Dip": The WSJ Explains Why Markets Soar To New Highs Every Day

International equity markets seem to effortlessly surge to brand new record highs with each passing day.  As we note fairly frequently, declines have grown shallower over the past two years and the S&P 500 has now gone 246 trading days without trading more than 3% below its record high, the longest streak ever for the index, according to LPL Financial. Meanwhile, the S&P hasn’t had a decline of 10% or more from a recent peak since February 2016.

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Hedge Fund Wannabes Busted For Trading On Amazon Inside Information

A former Amazon employee has pled guilty to charges that he leaked confidential information about the online retail giant's earnings to his former fraternity brother in a not so elaborate scheme so they could "turn an illegal profit" the SEC reported. Brett Kennedy, 26, was charged in a civil suit brought by the SEC which also named his college frat buddy, Maziar Rezakhani, 28, and his trading partner, Sam Sadeghi, 28, while US prosecutors in Seattle also filed criminal charges against Kennedy.

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Defining Hypocrisy: Democrats Warn Steve Bannon Against Publishing Classified Info On Breitbart

Now this is rich.  After nearly 9 months of Democrat operatives leaking every piece of sensitive and/or embarrassing information they could get their hands on to the New York Times and Washington Post, they're now suddenly worried about Steve Bannon doing the same.  We guess it's one of those 'do as I say, not as I do" sort of things.

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