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Longtime Fox News host Eric Bolling is said to have sent unsolicited lewd photos to at least three female co-workers, per a Huffington Post report. The network says he's been suspended "pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway." Bolling's attorney says he "does not believe he sent any such communications."

Why it matters: This is the latest in a string of sexual harassment allegations at the network, most notably late Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes in 2016 and former Fox News primetime anchor Bill O'Reilly earlier this year — both of which were forced our of their roles due to the controversies. The drama has created a power shift within the Murdoch empire from Rupert Murdoch to his sons Lachlan and James who have been taking more aggressive steps to respond to sexual harassment complaints at the network.

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Biden says he will appoint commission on Supreme Court reform

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Joe Biden told CBS' "60 Minutes" this week that if elected, he would put together a bipartisan commission to study the federal court system and make recommendations for reform.

Why it matters: Biden has come under pressure to clarify his position on court packing after some Democrats suggested expanding the court if Senate Republicans confirm President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.

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Wall Street still prefers bonds

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Investors' return on U.S. corporate bonds has been falling since its August peak, but buying has only accelerated, especially in investment grade bonds that are offering historically low yields.

The state of play: Since hitting its 2020 high on Aug. 4, the benchmark Bloomberg Barclays U.S. bond aggregate has delivered a -2.2% return. (For comparison, the S&P 500 has gained 3.9% during the same time period.)