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Kansas City Chiefs continue fourth-quarter dominance vs. Washington Redskins

Kansas City Chiefs continue fourth-quarter dominance vs. Washington Redskins

Sports
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs stand as the NFL's last unbeaten team, moving to 4-0 following their 29-20 win over the Washington Redskins Monday night, fueled by yet another fourth-quarter rally. Head coach Andy Reid said that's the identify of his team, a mix of veteran leaders who have seen almost everything and confident young players who have quickly earned the trust of their brethren. "They'll battle you," Reid said Tuesday. "And that's a nice thing to have, one of those intangible things that you appreciate it. They trust each other enough to think they're always in the game." The Chiefs lead the NFL with 54 points in the fourth quarter, accounting for 44 percent of their offensive points. The team ranks tied for seventh in fourth-quarter scoring defense, allowing just 1...
Record Assets Continue To Pour In To ETFs

Record Assets Continue To Pour In To ETFs

Finance
Shutterstock photoDrew Voros ETF.com Editor-in-ChiefFor the month of September, $ 28.2 billion flowed into U.S.-listed ETFs during the month, according to the latest data from FactSet. That follows inflows of $ 29.9 billion for the month of August.Year-to-date inflows now stand at $ 332.1 billion, a fresh annual record.One of the most noteworthy ETFs to see interest during September was the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT). Its $ 2.5 billion worth of inflows catapulted total assets under management for the fund to $ 9.5 billion, an increase of 26%.TLT was popular even as interest rates increased on the back of relatively hawkish comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. In a speech at the end of the month, Yellen said it could be risky to move "too gradually" in hiking inte...
American bosses continue to lobby, more quietly

American bosses continue to lobby, more quietly

Finance
IN CORPORATE America, “Trump” seems to be a dirty word, at least in public. After President Donald Trump seemed to equate the actions of white supremacists and their opponents in Charlottesville earlier this month, dozens of chief executives abandoned his advisory councils. Several organisations cancelled fundraising galas booked at Mr Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. Lloyd Blankfein, the boss of Goldman Sachs, an investment bank, compared Mr Trump to the dark shadow cast over parts of America by a solar eclipse: “We got through one, we’ll get through the other.”Look past the public repudiation, though, and the schism is less stark. As Jason Furman of Harvard University’s Kennedy School, who led the White House Council of Economic Advisers during Barack Obama’s presidency, points out,
William deVry will continue playing Julian on 'General Hospital'

William deVry will continue playing Julian on 'General Hospital'

Entertainment
Aug. 12 (UPI) -- William deVry, who plays Julian Jerome, has signed a new deal and will remain on General Hospital."Great news-just in time for the weekend!! Will DeVry is staying in Port Charles. Deets to follow #Julian #GH," the ABC daytime drama's executive producer Frank Valentini said on Twitter Friday."Thanks 2 fans 4 ur help/support/love! Was always confidant, but took awhile eh?" the actor tweeted.SoapCentral.com said deVry last filmed scenes in late June, and he and the producers have since been negotiating the terms of his possible future on the show. The new deal followed a fan campaign to keep DeVry's Julian making mischief in the fictional, upstate New York suburb.Thanks 2 fans 4 ur help/support/love! Was always confidant, but took awhile eh?!😉 Let's enjoy weekend! Hope 2Do in