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Daily Digest 6/16 - The High Cost Of Living, A Battle For Raindrops In CO

Tuesday, June 16, 2015, 11:02 AM
  • The Everyday Dollar Diaries Reveal the High Cost of Living
  • 90 Days: Treasury Says Debt Has Been Frozen at $18,112,975,000,000
  • Zimbabwe phases out local currency at 35 quadrillion to US$1
  • What Is The Next Big Move In The Markets?
  • Jeb Bush Wants 4 Percent Growth. That Will Be Hard to Reach.
  • A High School For The Homeless
  • A Thirsty Colorado Is Battling Over Who Owns Raindrops
  • In the Arctic, Polar Bears Are Hunting Dolphins (and Freezing Them for Later)
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Daily Digest 6/15 - BP Says Tectonic Shift Underway In Energy, Broken Cities

Monday, June 15, 2015, 11:04 AM
  • San Bernadino: Broken City
  • End game as the global bond bubble bursts
  • The banks and real estate: a Ponzi scheme that could ruin us?
  • Scans Show Psychopaths Have Brain Abnormalities
  • Greece's state broadcaster ERT back on air after two years
  • The American Medical Association is finally taking a stand on quacks like Dr. Oz
  • This Week In Energy: BP Claims Tectonic Shift Underway In Energy
  • Can You Use Big Data to Track an Elephant Poacher?
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Daily Digest 6/14 - A Hard Road For Health Insurance, Rich Californians Balk At Water Limits

Sunday, June 14, 2015, 12:08 PM
  • Writing's On The Wall: Texas Pulls $1 Billion In Gold From NY Fed, Makes It "Non-Confiscatable"
  • A Hard Road For Health Insurance
  • Greek Talks Seek Agreement as Germany Warns of Euro Exit
  • Trade Deal’s Setback Left Wall Street Unmoved. Why?
  • The Hacking of Federal Data Is Much Worse Than It First Seemed
  • How Walmart Persuades Its Workers Not to Unionize
  • Rich Californians balk at limits: ‘We’re not all equal when it comes to water'
  • US egg prices took their highest monthly jump ever in May
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Daily Digest 6/13 - The Era Of Dissolution, Is Deutsche Bank The Next Lehman?

Saturday, June 13, 2015, 11:04 AM
  • The Era Of Dissolution
  • Big Change Yields Small Change As Zimbabweans Turn In Their Trillions
  • Anyone have change for a quadrillion dollar bill?
  • Is Deutsche Bank The Next Lehman?
  • Experts Fault South Korean Response to MERS Outbreak
  • Gerald Celente: Decoding current world events and his take on Bilderberg
  • Can America Lead Again?
  • As Fish Stocks Dwindle, So Do The Livelihoods Of Greek Fishermen
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Daily Digest 6/12 - Debt And Destruction, Seeking The Source Of Ebola

Friday, June 12, 2015, 10:15 AM
  • Policy of Debt and Destruction
  • Dying Of Excitement
  • Ford Shifts Grant Making to Focus Entirely on Inequality
  • 50 hospitals charge uninsured more than 10 times cost of care, study finds
  • Making tiny earthquakes to understand fracking-driven quakes
  • EIA Oil Production Numbers All Over The Place, Again
  • Seeking The Source Of Ebola
  • Organic Farmers Object to Whole Foods Rating System
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Daily Digest 6/11 - How To Be A Contrarian Investor, Reducing Food Waste

Thursday, June 11, 2015, 10:11 AM
  • Modern politics: all crisis and no solution?
  • Sprott Fund Managers: Sticky Contrarian Investors Wanted
  • Gold, Greece And The War On Cash
  • Read This Before June 11
  • EPA’s draft of four-year fracking study finds no inherent water risks
  • Norway Coal Divestment Not What It Seems
  • Elon Musk’s Hyperloop is actually being built in California next year
  • Climate Change Shortens Growing Seasons
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Daily Digest 6/10 - CA Changes Traffic Ticket Rules, Greek Failure Would End Eurozone

Wednesday, June 10, 2015, 10:50 AM
  • Voices: In Atlantic City, the gold's turning to sand
  • Illinois budget cuts blamed for spike in Chicago murder rate
  • California changes rules on traffic ticket fines
  • Bad loans at Italian banks rise to 192 bln euros in April
  • Inflation costs cash savers £80 billion in last five years (UK)
  • State doesn’t have to pay $1.57 billion on pensions, NJ’s top court rules
  • Joe Hockey says nobody would be buying if Sydney was unaffordable (Australia)
  • Greek failure would mean eurozone end – Tsipras
  • ECB's balance sheet rises to 2.428 trillion euros
  • The $6.5 Trillion China Rally That’s Making Stock-Market History
  • Pensions in Greece Feel the Pinch of Debt Negotiations
  • China's soft May inflation increases calls for fiscal stimulus
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Daily Digest 6/9 - The Power Of Landlords, The Worst Refugee Crisis in Generations

Tuesday, June 9, 2015, 10:12 AM
  • Clearing your browser history can be deemed 'obstruction of justice' in the U.S.
  • MERS Virus’s Path: One Man, Many South Korean Hospitals
  • Inequitable school funding called ‘one of the sleeper civil rights issues of our time’
  • The Global Struggle to Respond to the Worst Refugee Crisis in Generations
  • Why the “biggest government hack ever” got past the feds
  • The Power Of Landlords
  • Concerns Over Earthquakes Spread To Texas
  • US egg prices soar as avian flu batters poultry industry
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Daily Digest 6/8 - The Economic Consequences Of Austerity, Egg Rationing Has Begun

Monday, June 8, 2015, 10:50 AM
  • Amartya Sen: The economic consequences of austerity
  • Americans live with the austerity you Europeans are so concerned about
  • Wave Coming Too Large to Duck Under: Warren Pollock
  • Obama Targeting Your Retirement Accounts
  • Earth's Most Important Creatures
  • Seeing Some Success, OPEC Maintains Market Share Strategy
  • Keystone protesters tracked at border after FBI spied on 'extremists'
  • For New Mexico's Chiles, The Enemy Isn't Just Drought But Salt, Too
  • Egg rationing in America has officially begun
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Daily Digest 6/6 - CA Farmers Dig Deeper for Water, Norway To Divest From Coal

Saturday, June 6, 2015, 11:19 AM
  • The Jobs Recovery Is Going Strong
  • Newsweek, Wash. Times Publish False Headlines About EPA Fracking Study
  • The inside story of how the Clintons built a $2 billion global empire
  • All The Happy Workers
  • How the Red Cross Raised Half a Billion Dollars for Haiti ­and Built Six Homes
  • California Farmers Dig Deeper for Water, Sipping Their Neighbors Dry
  • The global warming 'hiatus' is a myth, says new Science study
  • Norway Will Divest From Coal in Push Against Climate Change