It seems like every day there is an evolving story:
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman blocks the acquisition of the scandal-ridden Weinstein Company one week, resigns in disgrace the next. Uber is part of a scandal at the corporate level and there are reports of assaults between drivers and passengers one minute. Then, it makes news for ceasing to require mandatory arbitration in sexual harassment cases. Charlie Rose is fired from his prestigious post; later CBS becomes the focus of a lawsuit by former employees.
But whether or not this national
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