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Daily Digest 11/26 - How Walmart Watches Its Workforce, One Worker's Insane Holiday Schedule

Thursday, November 26, 2015, 11:19 AM
  • Why do American cops kill so many compared to European cops?
  • How Chicago tried to cover up a police execution
  • NATO Is Harboring ISIS, And Here's The Evidence
  • Reputation In An Information Age
  • Rick Rule: Absolutely Manic Bull Market In Gold Coming Soon
  • Company with Obama ties presses to stage events at parks
  • How Walmart Keeps an Eye on Its Massive Workforce
  • Kohls Worker Details Her Insane Schedule Through Black Friday
  • Let's talk, Turkey: Downing of Russian SU-24 bomber just doesn't add up 
  • Saudi Arabia’s Wells Are Running Dry
  • Will Low Oil Prices Increase Internal Instability In Conflict Countries?
  • Whale Fall
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Daily Digest 11/25 - Global Debt Defaults Near Milestone, Household Debt Rises At Record Rate

Wednesday, November 25, 2015, 11:12 AM
  • Puerto Rico Bond Payment Overshadows Debt Exchange Optimism
  • Singapore oil borrowers seeking more slack to avoid bond defaults
  • Global debt defaults near milestone
  • TVA racks up $6 billion shortfall in its employee pension fund
  • Quarter of adults struggling to cover healthcare costs, high deductibles, Commonwealth Fund says
  • Gov. Tom Wolf: Deal to end budget stalemate 'in deep peril'
  • U.S. GDP growth raised for third quarter
  • Chinese fertiliser firm says may not be able to make bond payment
  • Chicago pension ruling seen a loss as retirement costs climb
  • S&P revises outlook on Mass. debt to ‘negative’
  • Japan’s government urged to cut doctor fees, drug costs
  • California launches DebtWatch open data site
  • Household debt rises at fastest rate on record
  • National debt spikes $578 billion in three weeks
  • ‘Bad Bank’ Sees More Chinese Debt Souring as Economy Slows
  • Deflation, then versus now: Is Singapore in crisis as consumer prices fall?
  • CalSTRS, CalPERS okay risk reduction
  • Australian economic forecasts cut as Treasury predicts slower growth for longer
  • Stung by Oil, Distressed-Debt Traders See Worst Losses Since '08
  • Number of people served by food bank rising
  • Russia says recession over but economic pain goes on
  • More Young Adults Live With Their Parents Now Than During the Recession
  • Japan to raise minimum wage by three percent to boost consumption
  • Four nations risk breaking EU budget rules in 2016: euro zone finmins warn
  • Turkey prices hit record highs — but you should still be thankful
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Daily Digest 11/24 - Alberta To Reduce Emissions Drastically, There's Hope For Argentina

Tuesday, November 24, 2015, 10:16 AM
  • Canada Pension Plan Investment Board consortium agrees to US$4.6-billion deal to acquire PetCo
  • Now the truth emerges: how the U.S. fuelled the rise of Isis in Syria and Iraq
  • Home Of The Not-So-Brave
  • Putin: Downing of Russian jet over Syria stab in the back by terrorist accomplices
  • There's Hope For Argentina
  • The chilling aftershock of a brush with death
  • Why I Chose A Gun
  • Gold Price About To Bounce. Watch 1250 USD For A Trend Reversal
  • Tangled Threads Of U.S. False Narratives
  • Alberta Takes Drastic Measures To Reduce Carbon Emissions
  • Pollution from Brazil dam burst enters the sea, killing marine life
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Daily Digest 11/23 - Americans Buying Tons Of Gold, Magical Thinking About ISIS

Monday, November 23, 2015, 11:13 AM
  • When Wall Street Gets DeFANGed: Look Out Below! 
  • Putin Tells Everyone Exactly Who Created ISIS
  • Obama Orders Inquiry Into Intelligence on ISIS
  • Magical Thinking About ISIS
  • Americans are buying tons of gold
  • PBS NewsHour Uses Russian Airstrike Footage While Claiming U.S. Airstrike Successes
  • Why SEIU Backed Hillary
  • To Save African Penguins, Humans Run a Dating Service
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Daily Digest 11/22 - Paris Climate March Canceled, Migrant Crisis 'Only A Warm-Up'

Sunday, November 22, 2015, 10:47 AM
  • Obama Says He Won’t Relent in Fight Against ISIS Amid Questions About Intelligence Reports
  • To France from a Post-9/11 America: Lessons We Learned Too Late
  • ISIS Women and Enforcers in Syria Recount Collaboration, Anguish and Escape
  • Gwynne Dyer: This migrant crisis is only a warm-up for the main act
  • Weekend Edition: Doug Casey on Education
  • Israeli Prime Minister pushes for control of Golan after oil discovery
  • In California, Stingy Water Users Are Fined in Drought, While the Rich Soak
  • Paris Climate March Is Canceled Over Security Concerns
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Daily Digest 11/21 - The Koch Intelligence Agency, TPP Clauses Explained

Saturday, November 21, 2015, 10:59 AM
  • For Caterpillar The Depression Has Never Been Worse... But It Has A Cunning Plan How To Deal With It
  • This Company’s Stockpiling Gold — And You Should Too
  • Baltic Dry Shipping Index Drops to All-Time Low
  • French Say Assad Must Go, Assad Responds “No Thanks, Get Serious”
  • Rand Paul: “Look where ISIS gets its weapons from”
  • The Koch intelligence agency
  • Terrible TPP Clauses Explained in Plain English
  • UnitedHealth suggests Obamacare is being gamed
  • The Stench of Freddie Mac Is Back -- An $18 Billion Spree Of Crony Capitalist Thievery
  • ‘Road play’: China rail makers forecast to sell $102bn by 2020
  • Shanghai Gold Exchange Deliveries Compared to Deliveries on the Comex
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Daily Digest 11/20 - Good News Friday: Energy Storage Tech To Compete With Grid, The Value Of Fish Pee

Friday, November 20, 2015, 10:53 AM
  • No, Obama’s Clean Power Plan won’t raise your electric bills, no matter what conservatives say
  • We Just Saw the Birth of a New Planet for the First Time
  • This Is How Gold Acted During Past Rising Rate Cycles
  • Taking an inventory of all the water stored under ground
  • Retired Coal Plant Gets New Life As Battery Based Energy Storage System
  • Energy Storage Tech Finally Starting To Compete With The Grid
  • The Value of Fish Pee
  • What Is This Weird Weed, and Why Are Farmers and Health Nuts So Into It?
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Daily Digest 11/19 - The Future Of Global Oil, Beirut Feels Forgotten

Thursday, November 19, 2015, 10:46 AM
  • Rollercoaster Crash: Top 4 Reasons For Deflation
  • Mike Maloney: Bond Bust Will Be Biggest Crash in History
  • Beirut, Also the Site of Deadly Attacks, Feels Forgotten
  • Barclays to pay $150 million more to New York regulator in forex probe
  • The Future of Global Oil
  • Fed officials again flag December; see smooth rates liftoff
  • London Property Crashes – Off 11.5% in One Month
  • Obama Administration Goes Easy on For-Profit-College Company With Goldman Sachs Ties
  • ISIS Goes Full "Jackass", Tries To Shoot Down Fighter Jet With Pickup Truck Machine Gun
  • Gordon T. Long: Financial Repression, Gold, And The Dollar
  • Scientists discover new antibiotic-resistant gene MCR-1 in China
  • The Black Market For Black Gold In The U.S. Is Booming
  • Fossil Fuel Subsidies Top $450 Billion Annually, Study Says
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Daily Digest 11/18 - Russia In Banking Crisis, Wall Street Is Running the World's Central Banks

Wednesday, November 18, 2015, 9:56 AM
  • Morneau Says Responsible Deficits Will Aid Weak Canada Economy
  • U.S. Pension Insurer Posts Record Deficit for FY2015
  • Many Say High Deductibles Make Their Health Law Insurance All but Useless
  • Colorado health care costs increase fourfold in 20 years, says report
  • 90% of small businesses say Obamacare drove up health-care costs
  • France to miss deficit target amid boost to security
  • Puerto Rico News: Citizens Bracing For Funding Cuts to Federal Health Care Plans
  • CalPERS may lower investment expectations, costing taxpayers billions
  • Decline in loans at China’s ‘big four’ banks shows asset-quality concerns
  • Treasurer Unveils Open Data Website Detailing $1.5 Trillion in Government Debt
  • Rising household debt weighs down sputtering economy
  • The time bomb lurking in US corporate debt
  • Auto loan debt tops $1 trillion
  • Debt Issuance Poised for Record Year: Fitch
  • Macau Sees Casino Revenue Slumping More Next Year as China Slows
  • Chinese investment in Africa falls 40%
  • Dubai Banks Brace for Bad Debt as Borrowers Flee the Country
  • China's Yunnan Coal Becomes Latest Miner to Struggle With Debts
  • Gold slips as dollar strength, slowing economic growth weigh
  • EU warns Italy, Lithuania, Austria on budget plans
  • Missing Boom in Europe Profit Margins Flouts Strategists' Call
  • Wall Street Is Running the World's Central Banks
  • Swiss central bank head Roth says ECB easing has gone too far
  • Rents keep surging, as growth matches seven-year high
  • Russia in full blown banking crisis: Sberbank head
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Daily Digest 11/17 - What ISIS Really Wants, Greenland Glacier Could Cause .5m Sea Level Rise

Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 10:10 AM
  • What ISIS Really Wants
  • Exploiting Emotions About Paris to Blame Snowden, Distract from Actual Culprits Who Empowered ISIS
  • Interest Rate Cycles In Review - Are We Ready For The Next Installment?
  • Staying Sovereign in the Face of Fear
  • Nugan Hand bank mystery: Michael Hand found living in the United States
  • Was Ohio’s Corporate Pot Vote Stolen?
  • Gold Miners Putting In A Quintuple Bottom, Near Term 30% Upside Potential
  • Elon Musk's Hyperloop: Expensive, But Doable
  • Antibiotics in Animal Feed May Endanger Kids, Doctors Warn
  • Collapsing Greenland glacier could raise sea levels by half a metre, say scientists