- It could be the ultimate October surprise. A new investigation of Hillary Clinton has set the stock market on edge. The awkward Anthony Weiner connection.
- Victims of Bernie Madoff see some payback as the estate of deceased money manager Stanley Chais funnels $277 million to bilked Madoff investors. The agreement brings total recoveries of stolen funds to $11.5 billion.
- Lower candy prices help Halloween become a real treat for the U.S. economy. “We start preparing at the beginning of August.”
- Can this scary presidential election be predicted based on the popularity of Halloween costumes? Gauging the differing rationales for dressing up like a candidate. Accurately predicting every presidential election since 1996.
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