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After nine years of losses worth $75 billion, RBS says a turnaround is just around the corner

The UK’s most-troubled bank is awash in red ink. Today, the Royal Bank of Scotland announced a loss of £7 billion ($8.8 billion) for 2016, more than triple its 2015 loss. 242 more words

The evolution of the Philippines' justice system

When we investigated Binay in the Senate there were summaries and breakdowns and documents upon documents upon photos detailing the evidence. When Corona was being impeached, there were detailed lists of the charges against him and accompanying evidence. 130 more words

Politics

Trump's Department Of Justice Might Go After States That Have Legalized Marijuana

America’s ever-changing relationship with marijuana could be in line for another shakeup. At least, that’s what White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer appears to be suggesting. 232 more words

RealTalk

Jeff Sessions Rolls Back Directive To Decrease Private Prisons

WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Jeff Sessions signaled Thursday his strong support for the federal government’s continued use of private prisons, reversing an Obama administration directive to phase out their use. 444 more words

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The White House Expects 'Greater Enforcement' of Federal Marijuana Laws

Donald Trump’s administration may have just thrown a wrench into the plans of the fast-growing legal recreational marijuana industry.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer… 498 more words

Leadership

Attorney General Sessions Rescinds Obama-Era Memo Discouraging Use of Private Prisons

The Department of Justice has rescinded guidance from August that discouraged the use of private prisons.

“This will restore (the Bureau of Prison’s) flexibility to manage the federal prison inmate population based on capacity needs,” the Justice Department said in a statement. 151 more words

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