Warren’s $52T 'Medicare-for-all' plan revealed: Campaign still claims no middle-class tax hikes needed

EXCLUSIVE: Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s long-awaited “Medicare-for-all” funding plan projects the government-run health care system would cost a staggering sum of “just under $52 trillion” over the next decade, with the campaign proposing a host of new tax increases to pay for it while still claiming the middle class would not face any additional burden.

Tornado survivors celebrate Halloween in Brookville

BROOKVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – Some neighbors admit Halloween
this year wasn’t quite the same in one Brookville neighborhood that was
devastated by the Memorial Day tornadoes. But that didn’t stop some families
from coming back to trick-or-treat.

For 5-year-old Olivia, going door-to-door in the Terrace
Park neighborhood is an annual tradition.

This is where she has trick-or-treated almost her
whole life, and it’s still what we consider home,” says Ashley Hughes.

Top Halloween spending trends

(NBC) – Happy Halloween! It’s a holiday we celebrate every year with trick-or-treating and dressing up in costumes, and this year Americans are spending big bucks!

Today is the day those Halloween costume plans come to life.
Plans that often start with a Google search.

The creepy clown takes the top spot on Google’s annual Frightgeist
list tracking Halloween trends, followed by witch and Spiderman.

Ex-White House official testifies he wasn’t concerned ‘anything illegal was discussed’ on Trump-Ukraine call

A former top White House adviser on the National Security Council testified Thursday to the House impeachment inquiry that he didn’t believe “anything illegal was discussed” during President Trump’s July 25 call with Ukraine’s president.

People spending big bucks on pet costumes

(CNN) – It’s a spooky figure when it comes to Halloween
spending. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), Americans are
expected to spend nearly 9 billion dollars this holiday.

And the big winners this year are pets, with people dishing
out nearly half a billion dollars on costumes for their fur kids.

Shoppers will spend about 490 million dollars on pet
costumes this year. That number is more than double what the NRF saw nearly a
decade ago.


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