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7 May, 2020 05:51

Congress profits by $158 million selling stocks amid pandemic

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos sued for seizing wages from student loan borrowers, violating provisions of the federal coronavirus relief bill. Also, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes faces sweeping criticism across social media for his coverage of Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden. Plus, payday lenders charge up to 800 percent interest during the pandemic.

RT correspondent Brigida Santos spotlights graphic videos of police officers in California and New York brutally assaulting people of color, reminding us there remains a culture of racial violence embedded in law enforcement.

Legal journalist Mollye Barrows exposes 27 Democratic and 21 Republican senators for raking in millions through stock sell-offs during the pandemic.

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