USPS has been losing money for years. Here’s why

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It’s no secret that the United States Postal Service has been losing money for a long time, but that’s not entirely its fault. Here are the real reasons it’s in the red. Produced by John General Supervising Producer Bronte Lord
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Explainer: October Surprise

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What is an “October Surprise?” The term describes an event that happens just before voters go to the polls in November. It might be a deliberate act designed to influence the election or a random event that seems to favor one candidate over another. The term came into popular use in 1972 when the administration of President Richard Nixon told the country peace was at hand in the Vietnam war. The announcement was premature. In hindsight, it appeared to be an attempt to strengthen Nixon’s lead in the election. Since then, Americans have been surprised by terrific storms, the release of videotapes, and a stock market crash.
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The Daily Check-In: The Implications of Rising Inflation

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Ben Snider, senior strategist on the US Portfolio Strategy macro team for Goldman Sachs Research, discusses the prospect of rising inflation as a potential headwind for equities. This video was recorded on October 02, 2020

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The 5 Highest-Paid Actresses Of 2020

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Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara tops our new ranking of the world’s highest paid actresses with $43 million, as the TV star led a surge of small-screen paydays that eclipsed those in the movie business. Hollywood veteran Angelina Jolie ($35 million) and Red Notice star Gal Gadot ($31 million) come in second and third on the list. Most American movie theaters have been dark since late March, leading major studios to postpone big-budget releases, including the female-led Black Widow and Wonder Woman 1984. Since many movie stars earn large bonuses based on box-office performance, the lack of new theatrical releases has made room at the top of the pay scale for TV icons like Vergara and Grey’s Anatomy’s Ellen Pompeo (No. 8; $19 million), who capitalized on lucrative salaries from traditional television and streaming services, where the bulk of the pay comes upfront. Another TV-star,
Viola Davis (No. 10; $15.5 million) makes the list for the first time thanks to her roles in ABC’s How to Get Away with Murder’s and the Netflix film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom….
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BLM and Communist China: CCP front group partners with Black Futures Lab Project

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Drea Humphrey shines some light on the connections between the Black Lives Matter group and the Chinese Communist Party.
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‘Truck Drivers Don’t Have Their Own Security’

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Mike Kucharski, the co-owner and vice president of JKC Trucking, spoke with the Daily Caller’s Samantha Renck about blue-collar workers’ support for President Trump, the first presidential debate and more.
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The First Look at Boom’s Supersonic Plane

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It’s been almost 20 years since the Concorde was retired, putting an end to commercial supersonic flight for the very rich. But out in Colorado, the startup Boom Technology has raised $160 million in its quest to build a replacement, one that should be cheaper, more comfortable and able to fly more routes. Here’s an exclusive first look at Boom’s prototype test plane, the XB-1.
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