Gov. Mike Pence, R-Ind., argued Tuesday night that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s economic agenda would continue policies that have left “millions more people in poverty” in the years since President Obama took office.
“The truth of the matter is the policies of this administration which Hillary Clinton and Senator Kaine want to continue have run this economy into the ditch,” Pence said during the vice presidential debate in Virginia. “We’re in the slowest economic recovery since the Great Depression. There are millions more people living in poverty today than the day that Barack Obama, with Hillary Clinton at his side, stepped into the Oval Office.”
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Time For Truth: (Washington Examiner) – Pence: 'Millions more people in poverty' under Obama
Research suggests that common anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen increase the chance of the potentially fatal condition by almost 20 per cent.
Patients on some of the most frequently prescribed painkillers have been warned to take the lowest effective dose and try to limit the length of time on the medicine.
Deutsche Bank has been scrambling to reassure investors it has enough cash to pay a multibillion-dollar fine for alleged wrongdoing a decade ago as its shares crumbled to new lows and knocked sentiment across the banking sector.
Shares in Germany’s biggest bank lost more than 7.5% to €10.55 on Monday despite attempts by its senior executives to insist the bank would not need help from Angela Merkel’s government with the potential fine for mis-selling mortgage bonds.
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Time For Truth: (The Guardian) – Deutsche Bank shares fall to lowest level since mid-1980s
Intensifying concerns about Deutsche Bank AG’s financial health caused its shares to drop Monday and pushed the company into the awkward position of publicly denying that it had sought help from the German government.
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Time For Truth: (Wall Street Journal) – Deutsche Bank Shares Drop on Fears of Capital Raising
On the southern shore of Utah’s Great Salt Lake, more than 100 boats are sitting high and dry in a parking lot, unable to sail the shallow, drought-stricken sea.
North of the nearly empty marina, salt-loving bacteria thriving in the low water has turned the liquid pink.
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Time For Truth: (CBS News) – Beached boats, pink water as drought depletes Utah's Great Salt Lake