American Addiction Centers Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware

AAC Holdings Inc., the publicly traded parent of American Addiction Centers, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The Brentwood, Tennessee-based company listed debt of $517.4 million and assets of $449.3 million in its filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware. The company said in a statement on its website that it expects to emerge from bankruptcy in 125 days after […]

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Trump Ties Biden to ‘Radicals’ in Tulsa Rally: Protest Wrap

President Donald Trump, in his first rally since the twin crises of the coronavirus and nationwide anguish over racial injustice, tied the protests to his Democratic opponent Joe Biden, saying he was a “puppet of the radical left.” To cheers, he decried the destruction of historical monuments and turmoil in the National Football League, which he said he would not […]

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Trump Speaks at Smaller-Than-Expected Tulsa Rally amid Protests and Coronavirus Concerns

According to USA Today, the atmosphere surrounding the event early in the day was "celebratory," with Trump supporters proudly swaying American flags and holding up Trump 2020 signs, though many were without face coverings. Trump his currently seeking re-election in November, and is set to face off against the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President, Joe Biden. As […]

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NY-bred Tiz the Law Wins Barren Belmont Stakes

New York (AP) — Eerily empty grandstands. Masked jockeys. Shuttered betting windows. For Tiz the Law trainer Barclay Tagg, no finer way to round out a career Triple Crown. “I’m not trying to be a jerk about it,” the 82-year-old said. “But I thought the quiet, to me, was very nice.” Everything was strange about this Belmont Stakes, except the […]

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Outdoor Tulsa Event Canceled; Staff Infected: Protest Update

The Trump campaign canceled outdoor remarks in Tulsa before the main indoor rally that’s meant to reboot his presidential campaign. His aides blamed “radical protesters” for blocking metal detectors and keeping some supporters away. But early shots inside the 19,000-seat arena appeared to show a less-than-full crowd. Six campaign staffers in Tulsa tested positive for Covid-19, the campaign said Saturday, […]

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Trump Threatens Bolton With 'Bombs Dropped on Him!' After Judge Rejects Block of Book

In an unhinged Twitter rant, President Donald Trump went after his former national security adviser John Bolton, threatening him and using violent language following a judge’s decision to allow publication of Bolton’s upcoming book. On Saturday, U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth of the District of Columbia rejected Trump’s request to block publication of the book. But Trump pounced on […]

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On Black Wall Street, Hope and Fear as Trump Comes to Tulsa

Little survives of Greenwood, the once-thriving neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that was burned to the ground by White rioters 99 years ago. The area, known as Black Wall Street, was one of the most prosperous African-American enclaves in the U.S. before the slaughter of its citizens. Today, a mere handful of Black-owned businesses operate on its single remaining block. And […]

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