R. Kelly Flips the EFF Out in First Interview Since Arrest

R. Kelly has been accused of being a monster. And, in his first sit-down interview since being arrested on 10 counts of sexual assault, the artist exhibited some truly monstrous behavior. R. Kelly, of course, has faced allegations of inappropriate conduct for years. Numerous outlets have reported on how the singer has slept with underage girls and how a sex tape once revealed that he urinated on at least one of these victims. More recently, the singer has faced charges of kidnapping young women and holding them hostage as part of some disgusting sex cult. Talking to Gayle King of CBS News on Wednesday about these accusations, R. Kelly initially… Read More

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Why Mueller’s report might be a letdown for Trump critics

WASHINGTON, March 6 (Reuters) – A lavishly detailed 445-page report by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr released by the U.S. House of Representatives in 1998 concluded that President Bill Clinton “committed acts that may constitute grounds for an impeachment” and paved the way for an unsuccessful attempt in Congress to remove him from office. … …read more Source:: AOL.com       

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General Electric will be burning cash for years, JPMorgan says (GE)

General Electric CEO Lawrence Culp said Tuesday that he sees the company having negative industrial free cash flow this year as a result of its underperforming power unit. The company’s cash burn will stretch into 2021, according to JPMorgan analyst Stephen Tusa, a long-term GE bear. Tusa says GE can tumble to zero if its negative free cash flow is fully priced in. Watch GE trade live. General Electric’s cash burn will last for years, JPMorgan says. CEO Larry Culp said Tuesday that its industrial free cash flow will be in “negative territory” this year as its power unit has been slow to adjust cost structure during its slump. “This… Read More

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