What happens when you stab a cab driver after refusing to pay the fare and you happen to be a Morgan Stanley banker? Well, nothing. A few weeks ago, charges against William Bryan Jennings, the Morgan Stanley banker who was accused of stabbing a NYC cab driver over a fare, were dropped.
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After an all-night session known as a "vote-a-rama" in the U.S. Senate, the Republican-controlled chamber passed a budget bill early Friday morning that Democrats, all of whom voted against it, decried as a "disaster" for the economy and the American people.