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Daily Digest 10/4 - Solving The Wage Growth Puzzle, Ocean Health Gets "D" Grade

Saturday, October 4, 2014, 11:00 AM
  • Jobs Report Highlights the Wage Growth Puzzle
  • Can Seattle Afford to Pay a Premium Minimum Wage?
  • Ebola Crisis Brings an Abundance of Caution Into a Dallas Community
  • Last German state to do away with university tuition fees
  • Why are wind farms killing so many bats?
  • Here's Why We Haven't Quite Figured Out How to Feed Billions More People
  • Ocean Health Gets "D" Grade in New Global Report Card
  • US reroutes flights around Alaska beach in attempt to avoid walrus stampede
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Daily Digest 10/3 - Colonization by Bankruptcy, Central Banks Expand Stimulus

Friday, October 3, 2014, 7:34 AM
  • As Fed Retreats From Stimulus, Central Banks Overseas Expand Theirs
  • Colonization by Bankruptcy: The High-stakes Chess Match for Argentina
  • Ebola-infected passenger was sent home from ER
  • A Hospital From Hell, in a City Swamped by Ebola
  • Marc Faber on Global Stocks, Gold, Investment Strategy
  • Uncharted Territory For A System In Overshoot
  • Heat- and booze-tolerant yeast make more biofuels
  • Drowning Farms
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Daily Digest 10/2 - Airline Ebola Screenings Are Spotty, Who Is Buying Illegal Oil From ISIS?

Thursday, October 2, 2014, 7:35 AM
  • Police Want to Get Rid of Their Pentagon-Issued Combat Gear. Here's Why They Can't. 
  • Man in U.S. With Ebola Had Been Screened to Fly, but System Is Spotty
  • Stay Calm and Carry On: Why it’s nearly impossible for Ebola to spread in the US
  • Bankruptcy Judge in California Challenges Sanctity of Pensions
  • Exodus
  • Who Is Buying The Islamic State’s Illegal Oil?
  • Report offers ideas for a Boston beset by rising seas
  • 35,000 walrus come ashore in northwest Alaska
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Daily Digest 10/1 - Consumer Debt Hits All-Time High, Russia Could Ditch Dollar In 2-3 Years

Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 9:25 AM
  • Declining traffic-camera revenue threatens to unbalance D.C.’s budget
  • A Dozen NorCal Communities Running Out Of Water In 60 Days
  • Campus law school proposes tuition increase
  • Consumer Debt Hits an All-Time High
  • European Bond Yields Go Negative
  • Record French debt burden adds to strain on public finances
  • Japan real wages fall at faster pace, cast doubt on consumption
  • China manufacturing index signals bad economic news for Beijing
  • Irish Water: Domestic water charges scheme to begin
  • Ruble Drop to Record Low Pushes Russia Toward Capital Controls
  • Risk of third German recession pressures Europe
  • Russia could ditch US dollar in 2-3 years – head of Russia's #2 bank
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Daily Digest 9/30 - "No Right To Free Water" In Detroit, Your Apples Are A Year Old

Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 10:40 AM
  • Judge won't stop shut-offs, says no right to free water
  • Matt Taibbi on How Wall Street Hedge Funds Are Looting the Pension Funds of Public Workers
  • Breakthrough In Oil Sands Waste Treatment
  • Shocking NASA pics show Aral Sea basin now completely dry
  • El Niño Could Put an End to California's Drought Late This Year
  • Earth lost 50% of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF
  • The Machine Is A Garden
  • Your Apples Are A Year Old
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Daily Digest 9/29 - The Information War For Ukraine, Wind Energy Politics In Kansas

Monday, September 29, 2014, 9:17 AM
  • The U.S. Has No Banking Regulation, And It Doesn’t Want Any
  • Geneva Report warns record debt and slow growth point to crisis
  • The information war for Ukraine
  • The Dismal Science
  • Crackdown on Protests by Hong Kong Police Draws More to the Streets
  • Stunning Drone Clip Reveals Massive Size Of Hong Kong Protest
  • Feds: Butterfly Labs mined bitcoins on customers’ boxes before shipping
  • A Kansas twister: Wind energy politics complicate governor’s race
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Daily Digest 9/28 - More On Arctic Oil Discovery, When Everything Works Like Your Cell Phone

Sunday, September 28, 2014, 9:23 AM
  • Economists: Your Parents Are More Important Than Ever
  • The Magic Number That Could End the Ebola Epidemic
  • When Everything Works Like Your Cell Phone
  • Obamacare doctor networks to stay limited in 2015
  • The Alberta Tar Sands
  • Plowing Bedrock
  • A Rare Arctic Land Sale Stirs Concerns in Norway
  • Rosneft and Exxon discover Arctic oil
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Daily Digest 9/27 - Exxon Arctic Well Strikes Oil, Catalonian Leader Calls For Secession

Saturday, September 27, 2014, 11:11 AM
  • This is What Heavy Multitasking Could Be Doing To Your Brain
  • The Federal Reserve's Artful Compassion for Households in 'Sobering' Condition
  • The Secret Recordings of Carmen Segarra
  • Leader of Catalonia Calls for Independence Vote
  • Builders Turn Focus to Housing Market
  • Under Pact, Russians to Give Gas to Ukraine
  • Paul Krugman's Errors And Omissions
  • Rosneft Says Exxon Arctic Well Strikes Oil
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Daily Digest 9/26 - How Banks Affect Family Size, Can Gold Act as a Safe Haven Again?

Friday, September 26, 2014, 9:21 AM
  • Dismantling Empires Through Devolution
  • U.S. Growth Quickest in Two and a Half Years on Business Spending, Exports
  • Ned Naylor-Leyland Suggests Media Overhanging an Exposé of Rigging in the Silver Markets
  • Can Gold Act as a Safe Haven Again?
  • Companies’ Worst Hacking Threat May Be Their Own Workers
  • America, the Plannable: How Banks Affect Family Size
  • How Rising Interest Rates Could Spell the End of the U.S. Energy Boom
  • Japanese conceptual artists to offer soup made from Fukushima vegetables at Frieze Art Fair
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Daily Digest 9/25 - Wallowing In Bias, 10 Things That Affect Your Purchasing Power

Thursday, September 25, 2014, 10:05 AM
  • CDC: Ebola could infect 1.4 million in Liberia and Sierra Leone by end of January
  • Ten Things That Affect Your Purchasing Power
  • Financial Gateways in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine: Nomi Prins
  • FBI Releases Report Examining Mass Shootings
  • Gold, Silver, Debt, And Taxes
  • Wallowing In Bias
  • Despite Rising Voice of Climate Movement, Global Leaders Dither
  • At U.N., Obama Calls Climate Change a ‘Global Threat’