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  • Voter tells POTUS not to touch his girlfriend

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  • A look at Ben Bradlee's journalistic legacy

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  • The great pumpkin riot of 2014

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  • Outsourcing takes over Georgia Senate race

  • Cicilline to Gaetz: Insurrectionists should be banned from leading the Pledge

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Big banks making a buck off of...a can of soda?

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In an amazing expose by the New York Times, Goldman Sachs, which can legally buy into the aluminum market, is moving aluminum around to slow delivery times which then raises the price of the aluminum commodity which affects the price of aluminum everywhere. Tuesday, a Senate committee looked into this practice.  As Chris Hayes details with Senator Sherrod Brown, the Federal Reserve could end a regulation that allows banks to buy into commodities markets this way, including oil.