Midday Report for May 10, 2019

By | May 10, 2019

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Stocks Plunge -- Again

–CNBC

Stocks fell on Friday, extending this week's sell-off, after President Trump said there's "no need to rush" on a China trade deal.

US News

FBI investigating 850 domestic terror cases

–CBS News

For the first time, the FBI is giving the public a breakdown of its domestic terror investigations. CBS News chief Justice & Homeland Security correspondent Jeff Pegues joined "Red & Blue" with details.

World News

Iran threatens more enrichment if no new nuclear deal

–Associated Press

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran threatened Wednesday to resume higher enrichment of uranium in 60 days if world powers fail to negotiate new terms for its 2015 nuclear deal a year after President Donald...

Political News

Nadler: NY Times Trump Tax Report Shows That Trump Is 'Total Lie' and a 'Two-Bit Con Man'

–Mediaite

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) appeared Wednesday night on Don Lemon Tonight and discussed a myriad of issues regarding the current constitutional confrontation/crisis brewing between Congressional oversight efforts and an Executive Branch thus far unwilling to cooperate further with what they see as needless "presidential harassment" with blanked executive privilege over the fully redacted Mueller Report and the testimony of numerous current and former Trump administration members. Amidst that ongoing beltway intrigue, the New York Times published an epic report that outlined ten years of Donald Trump's reported loss of well over $1 Billion dollars over a ten year period they uncovered from tax documents they got their hands on. Naturally, host Don Lemon asked Nadler to opine on the Times report in the context of everything else that is going on. Nadler's response did not disappoint Trump's critics. "What it shows is that the president is a total liar and a two-bit conman," adding "but

Technology News

Silicon Valley Is Coming for Your House

–New York Times

Offering “instant buying,” companies like Zillow and Opendoor are bringing liquidity to the housing market. Critics fear they could also be bringing risk.

Business News

Stocks Plunge -- Again

–CNBC

Stocks fell on Friday, extending this week's sell-off, after President Trump said there's "no need to rush" on a China trade deal.

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