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What We’re Reading Today: Inverted Curve, Nancy McCarthy, Biden Damage Control … And More

Susan Lesch

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Economic Woes

Main yield curve inverts as 2-year yield tops 10-year rate, triggering recession warning — CNBC

Dow Sheds 800 in Biggest Drop of Year — Wall Street Journal

Five of World’s Biggest Economies Are at Risk of Recession — CNN

Fed Must Act on Inverted Yield Curve, Credit Suisse’s Golub Says — Bloomberg

Trump rips ‘clueless Jay Powell’ and the Fed as the market slides — CNBC

Election 2020

Democratic contenders unload on news media — The Hill

Apparently, Democrats Are Allowed To Attack The Media Without Penalty — Hot Air

Biden jumps into damage control after upsetting Latino leaders — Politico

China

US ‘Deeply Concerned’ After Chinese Armored Vehicles Spotted Near Hong Kong — Newsmax

China’s Economy Worsens, Industrial Growth at 17-Year Low — Reuters

Huawei Technicians Helped African Governments Spy on Political Opponents — Wall Street Journal

Red-Baiting Pelosi

Pelosi refers to McConnell as ‘Moscow Mitch’ — The Hill

Media Bias

Max Boot’s Dishonesty — National Review

NYT Staffer Pleads With Newsroom: ‘We’re Not F**king Part Of The Resistance’ — The Daily Caller


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