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Friend who bought gun for Kyle Rittenhouse told police teen predicted life behind bars after shooting 3 during Kenosha protests

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CHICAGO — Kyle Rittenhouse predicted he would spend the rest of his life in prison after shooting three people during chaotic demonstrations in Kenosha over the summer, a close friend told police hours after the gunfire.Dominick Black, now 19, told investigators that Rittenhouse fled to the back room of a local business after Kenosha police rebuffed his attempt to turn himself in. Black said he met Rittenhouse there and tried to calm him down after he fatally shot two men and wounded another.“The dude’s sweating like a pig. He’s just freaking out. His face is white,” Black said in a recorded i…

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‘Go big, and stay big’: Economists call for $3 trillion COVID relief package to stop nation’s descent into ruin

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To forestall the nation's ongoing plunge into financial devastation as some crucial relief programs expire and others are recklessly terminated by the Trump administration, economists are calling for a $3 trillion debt-financed coronavirus stimulus package that includes enhanced unemployment benefits, robust fiscal aid to state and local governments, nutrition assistance, and other safety net expansions.

"People across the country are going hungry, Covid is set to explode, and Mitch McConnell dismissed the Senate last week. I don't know how these people can sleep at night. I really don't."—Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezIn a detailed memo released Tuesday morning amid a backdrop of surging hunger, a looming eviction crisis, and an intensifying pandemic that has taken more than 250,000 lives in the U.S., Economic Policy Institute research director Josh Bivens implores Congress to "use debt, go big, and stay big, and be very slow when turning off fiscal support."

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Congressman mocks Trumps for celebrating stock market record after Trump said it would collapse if Biden was elected

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President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka celebrated a new record that the U.S. Dow Jones Industrial Average reached on Tuesday.

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In a 60-second press conference Tuesday, Trump called it a "sacred number" and bragged about breaking the record, taking credit for it.

It's an interesting turn, however, since the president spent months warning that if President-elect Joe Biden won the stock market would crash.

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Fox News looking to ‘buy Trump off’ rather than lose his fans to rival network

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Rupert Murdoch is considering buying off President Donald Trump to keep him from stealing some of his Fox News audience.

The president reportedly has considered launching his own network or joining another to rival the conservative Fox News, which has drawn his ire for perceived disloyalty, and Vanity Fair reported that Murdoch has considered making an offer Trump can't refuse.

“Rupert is going to make a humongous offer,” one of the sources said. “The thinking is, Let’s buy Trump off so he shuts the f*ck up.”

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