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Daily Digest 4/19 - Listen To The Plants, The Cost Of Coal

Saturday, April 19, 2014, 4:30 PM
  • In Queens, Chickens Clash With the Rules
  • 7 Crazy Ideas Janet Yellen Did Not Mention, But Waiting in The Wings
  • Democrats Confront Vexing Politics Over the Health Care Law
  • Listen To The Plants
  • Gallery: The Cost Of Coal
  • Leveled by Landslide, Towns Mull How to Rebuild
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Daily Digest 4/18 - What's Happening Where In Ukraine, Plant Breeders Release First 'Open Source Seeds'

Friday, April 18, 2014, 10:57 AM
  • Vladimir Putin must be called to account on surveillance just like Obama
  • Cost of Treatment May Influence Doctors
  • Ukraine crisis: What is happening where?
  • A Single Pot Plant Uses HOW Much Water?!
  • Why climate change hits the world’s poor harder
  • It’s the End of the World as We Know It... and He Feels Fine
  • Beijing’s Bad-Air Days, Finally Counted
  • Plant Breeders Release First 'Open Source Seeds' 
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Daily Digest 4/17 - The Coming Global Monetary Reset, Is Natural Gas No Better Than Coal?

Thursday, April 17, 2014, 11:10 AM
  • Small U.S. Colleges Battle Death Spiral as Enrollment Drops
  • London House Prices Bubble, Debt Slavery, Crimea 2.0 - Russia Ukraine Annexation
  • Minnesota needs more vocational students to build the future, leaders say
  • David Morgan Interview on Silver Market, Silver Price Manipulation and the Coming Global Monetary Reset
  • China says massive area of its soil polluted
  • Silver, Gold, and What Could Go Wrong
  • Private Sector Driving U.S. Wind Market Forward
  • Is Natural Gas No Better than Coal?
  • Deadly Virus's Spread Raises Alarms in Mideast
  • Sorrell Braces For Lawsuit If GMO Bill Becomes Law
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Daily Digest 4/16 - Ukrainian Banks Quit Crimea, Rising Interest Rates Affecting Loan Repayments

Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 7:53 AM
  • France denies wavering on deficit commitments
  • China expected to show slowest growth since 1990
  • Pain in Spain as bank warns of 10-year jobs blight and public debt leaps €8.1bn
  • Soaring Tuition Costs Force Students To Work More Hours: Analysis
  • Russia Axes Debt Auction as Yields Jump on Ukraine Violence
  • How much pro athletes pay in federal income tax
  • Tax Havens Leave U.S. Filers $1,259 Tab Each, Report Says
  • Bankrupt Detroit Nears Deal With Retiree Group
  • Ukrainian banks quit Crimea
  • Slowdown, rising interest rates affecting loan repayments: Moody’s Analytics
  • Kadner: Chicago water hikes spur suburban revolt
  • Lincoln Park joins growing list of cities in financial emergency
  • North Las Vegas faces budget deadline
  • Food prices rising due to California drought
  • Japan’s jobs go part-time amid Abenomics-led revival
  • Jobless benefits' end didn't spur Illinois hiring
  • Record unemployment with nearly half of EU’s jobless out of work for over a year
  • Police among critics of bill banning traffic cameras in Colorado
  • 46 per cent of SMEs under credit stress, may default: India Ratings
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Daily Digest 4/15 - Ukraine Begins Military Operations, A Salve For Ailing FL Springs

Tuesday, April 15, 2014, 9:22 AM
  • Want to Predict the Future of Surveillance? Ask Poor Communities.
  • Social Security, Treasury target taxpayers for their parents’ decades-old debts
  • Contrarian Value Investors Are Taking Large Positions In Gold And Miners
  • Ukraine Says It Has Begun Military Operation in East
  • U.S. Halts Effort to Collect Old Social Security Debts 
  • The Genius Entrepreneurs Who Turn E-Waste Into Usable Products
  • Florida Lawmakers Proposing a Salve for Ailing Springs
  • U.S. Gas Prices Rise, but not because of Global Factors
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Daily Digest 4/14 - Flowing Water Over Graphene Generates Electricity, The New Wild West

Monday, April 14, 2014, 10:52 AM
  • Financial Stability
  • 2014 Could Be A Yawner For Gold And Silver; Be Prepared For A Weekend Surprise
  • London hedge fund exec in $72,000 fare ‘dodge’
  • 'Modest hope' to slow warming, but no 'free lunch,' U.N. warns
  • U.N. Climate Change Report Says Worst Scenarios Can Still Be Avoided
  • Flowing salt water over graphene generates electricity
  • Frontcountry: The New Wild West
  • Eastern Europe has Nothing on Asian Energy Markets
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Daily Digest 4/12 - What You Should Know About Financial Aid, Why Do Investors Make Bad Choices?

Saturday, April 12, 2014, 9:47 AM
  • Social Security, Treasury target taxpayers for their parents’ decades-old debts
  • Everything You Need to Know About High-Frequency Trading
  • Why Do Investors Make Bad Choices?
  • Shipbuilding Orders Evaporate As Baltic Dry Collapses
  • What You Don’t Know About Financial Aid (but Should)
  • Greed Is Good: A 300-Year History of a Dangerous Idea
  • China Takes On Big Risks in Its Push for Shale Gas
  • White-Nose Syndrome (WNS)
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Daily Digest 4/11 - Central Banks Ignore Deflation, Bomb Explodes Outside Greek Bank

Friday, April 11, 2014, 12:29 PM
  • Central Banks See What They Want in Ignoring Deflation
  • Heartbleed developer explains OpenSSL mistake that put Web at risk
  • Silicon Valley attack on electric grid, fiber-optic cables unsolved a year later
  • Taking a Risk, Investors Snap Up Once-Shunned Greek Debt
  • Bomb Explodes Outside Greek Central Bank
  • How Ford Zinged GM (and Helped Urban Farming in the Process)
  • Quinoa at the Heart of International Farmer Rights and Hunger Dispute
  • Peaks and Troughs
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Daily Digest 4/10 - Trailer Parks Lure Investors, Central CA Sinking as Groundwater is Depleted

Thursday, April 10, 2014, 11:10 AM
  • Chris Martenson: “Oil’s not cheap anymore, and it will never be cheap again”
  • Australian network operators ready to ditch poles and wires
  • Monetary Insurance: Protect With Physical Silver Against The Financial Winter
  • Gold Q&A From Readers
  • U.S. Oil Imports Fall to Zero Over Next 25 Years
  • Trailer Parks Lure Wall Street Investors Looking for Double-Wide Returns
  • Oklahoma Suffering From Huge Increase in Earthquakes Near Drilling
  • How Long Until It's Gone?
  • Central California is Sinking as Groundwater is Depleted
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Daily Digest 4/9 - Venezuela Rationing Food, Russia Cuts Growth Forecast

Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 10:37 AM
  • Snyder to Detroit pension funds: Time to settle
  • Europe’s Many Jobless See Little Light Yet From Glimmers of a Recovery
  • Pressure on France to reduce deficit in line with EU target
  • Survey: Nearly 40 Percent Of Americans Can’t Come Up With $2,000 For Emergency
  • IMF: World economy gains but faces threats from too-low inflation
  • US warns China over yuan depreciation and market intervention
  • China's next bond default looms as polyester firm declares bankruptcy
  • Argentina Expands Price Control Program as Inflation Rages
  • Venezuela rationing food to combat shortages
  • Russia cuts 2014 growth forecast, ministry calls for stimulus