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Each of the three major benchmarks closed ahead yesterday, and stock futures looked to build upon those gains on Tuesday. Yesterday the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 0.6%, solidifying its May expansion. Meanwhile, a 1% increase pushed the S&P 500 into the green for the month. And a 1.4% jump lessened the Nasdaq Composite’s losses for May.

And the world’s largest digital currency appears to be on solid ground after a week of staggering volatility. Once again, a tweet from the CEO of Tesla had a massive impact on the virtual asset, which stabilized near $40,000 the morning.

Meanwhile, Amazon is getting closer to signing on the dotted line for its almost $9 billion purchase of MGM Studios.

And business groups are banding together to fight back against President Joe Biden’s proposed tax hikes.

Finally, today marks one year since the death of George Floyd, who was killed by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

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Senator Rand Paul during a committee hearing

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Senator Rand Paul recently received a suspicious package at his Kentucky home, and fire department officials are now investigating its contents.

The delivery contained a “non-toxic” substance, authorities said, adding that “further analysis will be conducted on both the substance and package.”

Apparently, the FBI’s Louisville office is also involved in the investigation.

“I take these threats immensely seriously,” Paul tweeted last night. “As a repeated target of violence, it is reprehensible that Twitter allows C-list celebrities to encourage violence against me and my family.”

Paul is referring to a tweet from the singer Richard Marx, who said he would hug the neighbor that sent Paul to the hospital back in 2017. Marx had also said he would “buy him as many drinks as he can consume.”

Could the suspicious package somehow be related to Richard Marx? What else do we know so far?

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