Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees
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Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees

Bernie Sanders and rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are planning to set a nationwide 15% percent cap on the interest rates that consumers can be charged in a credit card.
The US Economy Grows 3.2% in First Quarter, Exceeding Expectations
Business

The US Economy Grows 3.2% in First Quarter, Exceeding Expectations

It is also the best growth rate posted in the first quarter over the last four years.
Elizabeth Warren Proposes Student Loan Debt Cancellation to Make College Free
Politics

Elizabeth Warren Proposes Student Loan Debt Cancellation to Make College Free

Warren says that the plan could help reduce the wealth gap in the US and provide a much needed economic stimulus to the middle class.
33 Parents Have Made Their Plead in the College Admission Scandal
Politics

33 Parents Have Made Their Plead in the College Admission Scandal

Out of the 50 people charged in the scandal, 19 have pleaded not guilty to all charges leveled against them.
How Amazon Made $11.2 Billion in Profit and Paid $0 in Federal Taxes
Business

How Amazon Made $11.2 Billion in Profit and Paid $0 in Federal Taxes

The company, which is now valued at $800 billion, will not have to pay anything in federal taxes this year and this is not the first time this happens.
Two French Billionaires Donate $340 Million to Help Rebuild Notre-Dame
Business

Two French Billionaires Donate $340 Million to Help Rebuild Notre-Dame

Bernard Arnault and Francois Pinault, the two richest people in the country, have been leading a fundraiser to rebuild the cathedral and the two have already raised millions of dollars.

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