Fight finished: The Tipline for 31 October 2019

For the first time since the Calvin Coolidge administration, the city of Washington, DC, houses baseball champions. The nation’s capital celebrated the Nationals’ World Series victory through the night. Luckily for the Department of Justice’s antitrust division, the sport is not subject to federal antitrust law, meaning the agency should be well rested as it takes a former currency trader to trial today in downtown Manhattan for allegedly manipulating exchange rates.

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