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Watch Live: AT&T, Time Warner Respond To DOJ Anti-Trust Lawsuit

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Update (5:40 pm ET): In a statement, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson vowed to fight the DOJ's lawsuit. He said AT&T's challenge is about preserving the rule of law against an overreaching DOJ anti-trust division. He also said that, while he doesn't know for sure if the opposition is political in nature, he's not surprised that the question of whether this is a political vendetta keep coming up.

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"Helpless, Raging" Charlottesville Families Shocked By These 2018 Obamacare Premiums..."It's Horrific"

Over the past several months, Democrats have jumped on every opportunity possible to blame the Trump administration for yet another year of staggering Obamacare premium increases.  Ironically, despite arguments from the Left that Trump's defunding of Obamacare's marketing budget would cause 2018 signups to plunge, as Politico recently noted, they're actually up in 2018...which begs the question: was the Obama administration just wasting $100 million a year in taxpayer money for nothing?  Shocking thought, we know.

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Trump Could Add North Korea To List Of State Sponsors Of Terror Next Week

Just two days after President Donald Trump returned from his 12-day tour of Asia with new assurances that China would do more to economically pressure North Korea, the White House abruptly revealed Thursday that President Trump is considering returning North Korea to the State Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism - a decision that would likely outrage North Korea’s leadership at a time when tensions between the US and North appear to be on the wane.

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Gold Coins and Bars Saw Demand Rise 17% to 222T in Q3

- Gold coins and bars saw demand rise 17% to 222t in Q3, driven largely by China
- Chinese investors bought price dips, notching up fourth consecutive quarter of growth
- Jewellery, ETF demand fell while gold coins and bars saw increased demand 
- Central banks bought a robust 111t of gold bullion bars (+25% y-o-y)
- Russia, Turkey & Kazakhstan account for 90% of 111t of central bank demand
- Turkey increased gold purchases and saw broad based physical gold demand
- Gold demand in Q3 at eight-year low as ETF inflows slowed sharply 
- Gold demand saw 9% year-on-year (y-o-y) drop in to 915 tonnes (t)
- Total global gold supply fell 2% in Q3

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