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While many publications seem content to label this as a Snapchat scandal, it seems virtually impossible for the video to be from Snapchat.
The Dow Jones industrial average opened sharply lower on Tuesday with global sentiment weak due to a fall in the price of oil.
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At a press conference in North Dakota Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump answers questions on Elizabeth Warren and his charity ideas.
At a press conference in North Dakota Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump answers questions on the Keystone XL project and small businesses.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com explores the increasingly inverse relationship between oil and small cap stocks to make a trade.