NTD Business Full Broadcast (Sept. 14)

September 14, 2020 Updated: September 14, 2020

The federal reserve will meet again this week. Investors may be looking for more quantitative easing, or printing money, but is that short-sighted?

Two republican lawmakers want the justice department to press charges against Netflix, accusing the company of distributing child porn.

New regulations for hospitals could cost taxpayers $170 million per day and cost hospital staff millions of hours per year. We get the details from former congressman Ernest Istook.

And the United States wants to reduce its reliance on Russia for uranium. It wants U.S. companies to be at the forefront of nuclear technology.