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Goldman Sachs CEO Sees 'Big Evolution' in Bitcoin and Crypto Regulations

11 days ago   |   By Newsweek

"I think there will be a big evolution," Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said. "As to how this evolves in the coming years, we operate in the rules we have."
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NAACP, teachers union part of group buying $1M ad spot in federal voting...

The ads spotlight voters in New Hampshire, Georgia and Arizona whose experience would be particularly affected by restrictive voting bills in their states. Read more ...

Democrat Abrams navigates Georgia voting law battle with eye on 2022

Democrat Abrams navigates Georgia voting law battle with eye on 2022

Amid a turbulent discourse on Georgia's voting rights restrictions, Democrat Stacey Abrams, a potential future candidate for the state's governor role, must balance her party's... Read more ...

Riot & clashes with police break out in Jaffa, Israel after angry locals...

Riot & clashes with police break out in Jaffa, Israel after angry locals attacked rabbi on city street

Police deployed cavalry and used flashbangs to disperse protesters in the city of Jaffa, near Tel Aviv, where a rabbi was beaten by locals when scouting for a new place for a... Read more ...

1 dead, 2 hurt in Monday morning shooting

1 dead, 2 hurt in Monday morning shooting

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Who Is Stephen Broderick? Ex-Deputy Sheriff on the Run After Austin Mass...

Police efforts to locate Broderick evolved into a fugitive hunt on Sunday afternoon after three people were shot dead at an apartment complex in Austin, Texas. Read more ...

COVID roundup: India's rising cases and a ‘travel bubble'

India continues reporting over 200,000 daily cases, but Australia and New Zealand open quarantine-free 'travel bubble'. Read more ...

How Catherine Deneuve and Betty Catroux Have Shaped the House of Saint Laurent

For the creative director Anthony Vaccarello, two icons of French style inform how he approaches every collection. Read more ...

ABN AMRO pays multimillion fine in money laundering probe

Dutch bank ABN AMRO says it has agreed to pay 480 million euros as part of a settlement with prosecutors who accused it of “serious shortcomings” in tackling money laundering Read more ...

Both attorneys at Chauvin trial to make final pitch

Both attorneys at Chauvin trial to make final pitch

Both attorneys in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, charged with killing George Floyd, are set to make their closing arguments Monday. Each side... Read more ...

European Super League: Breakaway football clubs launch new league

Europe's 12 elite football clubs launch of breakaway league that is slammed by global and continental governing bodies. Read more ...