The bad news is that there has been no bad news:
The national chapter of the American Red Cross is facing a budget deficit of $200 million. About a thousand employees in the national headquarters are being laid off to help stem the red ink.
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According to Red Cross officials the lack of a major high-profile disaster has led to lower than expected donations over the last year.
Presidential primaries don't count, disasterous though they have been.