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Daily Digest 4/18 - The World's "Smartest" Lake, Guerilla Gardening

Saturday, April 18, 2015, 9:57 AM
  • The Very Real Hardship of Unpredictable Work Schedules
  • Putting The Real Story Of Energy & The Economy Together
  • Crickets Are Not a Free Lunch, Protein Conversion Rates May Be Overestimated
  • Home Prices Fall in Fewer Chinese Cities as Demand Grows
  • California Gas Pipeline Explosion Injures Up to 15 People
  • Craft Distiller Wants To Save Small Farms
  • Science by robot: Outfitting the world’s “smartest” lake
  • Guerrilla Gardening: Woman Promotes Positive Change by Planting in Potholes
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Daily Digest 4/17 - Canadian Oil And Gas Firms 'Bleeding Money,' What's Really Driving Gold

Friday, April 17, 2015, 10:41 AM
  • You Can't Have a Functioning Democracy Without High Quality Infrastructure
  • The Clintonian Theory of Foreign Money
  • Conspiracy Theorists, Bloggers Compared To ISIS During Congressional Hearing
  • World Bank projects leave trail of misery around the globe
  • What Is Really Driving Gold
  • Gold, Silver, Yen & S&P Correlation
  • Feds change no-fly procedures to evade judicial review
  • Canadian oil and gas firms 'bleeding money' amidst darkest outlook in a decade
  • Oil Market Too Murky To Call, Says IEA
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Daily Digest 4/16 - The Rise Of The Paper Machines, Hydrogen Fuel Cells Return

Thursday, April 16, 2015, 10:24 AM
  • Detroit, Stockton bankruptcies may flag wider problems -Fed's Dudley
  • The Common Painkiller That Also Kills Pleasure
  • What You Need to Know About Trade Agreements and Fast Track
  • Central bankers gather privately in Washington this Friday to discuss gold
  • The Rise Of The Paper Machines
  • Tony Abbott says iron ore price collapse blew $30-billion black hole in federal budget
  • Has The U.S. Reached “Peak Oil” At Current Price Levels?
  • Saudi Arabia’s Plan to Extend the Age of Oil
  • Fighting Homelessness, One Smartphone at a Time
  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars Return for Another Run
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Daily Digest 4/15 - House Takes Step to Patch Pension Fund Hole, Banks May Pay Borrowers In Europe

Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 11:07 AM
  • Higher water rates on tap as utilities cover losses from drought
  • An unexpected after-death side effect of Obamacare
  • Retirees who didn’t work for the police or fire departments can now expect to see a 4.5 percent pension cut and the elimination of annual cost-of-living payments
  • Report: S. Korea could be headed for Japan-style long-term economic downturn
  • House Takes Step to Patch Pension Fund Hole
  • Christie Urges Benefit Cuts as New Jersey Retiree Rush Strains Pension
  • Treasury Officials Increase Efforts With Finances of Puerto Rico
  • Detroit, Stockton bankruptcies may flag wider problems: Fed's Dudley
  • Prescription drug spending jumps 13% to record $374 billion in 2014
  • IMF Calls On Bank of Japan To Crank Up Stimulus Steps
  • China Junk Bonds Pose Most Risk Since ’04 on Credit-Quality Dips
  • Dutch five-year DSLs sell at negative yields for first time
  • Negative rates in Europe: banks may pay borrowers
  • IMF says slowing emerging-market growth is sapping global economy
  • IMF cuts its U.S. growth estimate for 2015 by a half point
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Daily Digest 4/14 - CA Cycles Of Drought, Low Wages Cost Taxpayers Billions

Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 10:39 AM
  • Poverty-level wages cost U.S. taxpayers $153 billion every year
  • Groupthink is killing the economy: We need a Copernican revolution in economics: Prof. Steve Keen
  • Big Companies Pay Later, Squeezing Their Suppliers
  • The Ultimate Middle East Dilemma: Time For Us To Stop Intervening?
  • Doug Casey: ‘We’re in for a world of trouble’
  • Out of the ashes
  • The Real History Of Fracking
  • In California, a Wet Era May Be Ending
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Daily Digest 4/13 - Corruption ‘Isn’t Just the Cost of Doing Business’, More Oil Moves By Rail

Monday, April 13, 2015, 9:35 AM
  • Corruption ‘Isn’t Just the Cost of Doing Business’
  • Working, but Needing Public Assistance Anyway
  • Common mistakes while bugging out
  • Nutritional Science Isn’t Very Scientific
  • Investing in You: Group urges student loan 'debt strike'
  • Bank Deposits No Longer Guaranteed By Austrian Government
  • More oil moves by rail, and it moves here
  • Six Vintage Pictures of Farmers Planting
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Daily Digest 4/11 - Middle Class But Feeling Economically Insecure, More Than Honey

Saturday, April 11, 2015, 11:24 AM
  • Middle Class, but Feeling Economically Insecure
  • Why Brazil's megadrought is a Wall Street failure
  • Stingray spying: FBI's secret deal with police hides phone dragnet from courts
  • Cops and Robbers
  • CA suspends millions of licenses, issues huge fines for minor violations that keep people in poverty
  • Borderlands Food Bank: Cutting Food Waste At The Border
  • New Sea Drilling Rule Planned, 5 Years After BP Oil Spill
  • More Than Honey
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Daily Digest 4/10 - The Renegades of Junk, Who Will Control The World's Water?

Friday, April 10, 2015, 10:25 AM
  • How Wall Street captured Washington’s effort to rein in banks
  • Renegades of Junk: The Rise and Fall of the Drexel Empire
  • OID, SSJID defy federal fish flows
  • Canadians can now pay their rent by credit card — and millennials love it
  • Louisiana Bans Cash Transactions on Used Goods
  • Gold, Greece, The Death Of Paper Money And The Modern State
  • French media groups to hold emergency meeting after Isis cyber-attack
  • Who Will Control The World’s Water: Governments Or Corporations?
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Daily Digest 4/9 - Costs Of Easy Fed Now And Later, A Megacity Runs Dry

Thursday, April 9, 2015, 11:07 AM
  • The Burden Of Denial
  • We’re Going to Step On a Mine before End of 2015-James Turk
  • Michael Lewis: 'I knew Flash Boys would be a bombshell'
  • Disruptive Stock Watcher Chris Berry Cautions Investors About the Real Potential of Deflation
  • How Chicago has used financial engineering to paper over its massive budget gap
  • Obama Adviser During Recession Is Given New Challenge: Climate Change
  • Dire costs of easy Fed now and later: Jim Grant
  • Top 12 Media Myths On Oil Prices
  • Saudi 'to borrow to finance soaring deficit', says report
  • Saudi Arabia crude output at record high in March
  • A Megacity Runs Dry
  • Fukushima disaster radiation detected off Canada's coast
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Daily Digest 4/8 - Massive Pension Liabilities Loom, China's Stocks Resume Rally

Wednesday, April 8, 2015, 11:03 AM
  • Massive Public Pension Liabilities Loom in Jacksonville
  • France to challenge 2016-17 EU structural budget target
  • Emanuel Leads Garcia in Polls as Chicago Veers Toward Insolvency
  • U.S. Government Bonds Weaken as New Note Sales Loom
  • ECB Hits March Bond Purchase Target
  • Spain Government Beats Italy to Borrow at Below-Zero Rate
  • Germany Owes $303 Billion War Debt, Greek Parliament Told
  • Overdue Greek Tax Debt Rose to 75.732 bln Euros in February
  • China’s Cloud Live Defaults on Local Debt
  • 1,837 La. bridges deemed structurally deficient
  • Medical costs in South Korea soar as difficulties of an aging society loom
  • One Quarter of Major Companies Unable to Pay Interest
  • No Fed rate hike needed until second half of 2016: Kocherlakota
  • China's stocks resume rally to seven-year high on stimulus bets