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Daily Digest 2/2 - Realtor Accepts Bitcoin for Property, Western U.S. Fears Worst In Drought

Sunday, February 2, 2014, 12:36 PM
  • Canadian Realtor Accepts Bitcoin Deposits for Residential Properties
  • N.C. startup develops a way to turn sand into bricks with bacteria instead of heat
  • Dr. Craig Roberts Interview
  • Spurred by Global Crises, Germany Weighs a More Muscular Foreign Policy
  • Severe Drought Has U.S. West Fearing Worst
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Daily Digest 2/1 - CA Drought Worsens, What Happens When Fossil Fuels Run Out?

Saturday, February 1, 2014, 2:46 PM
  • How an ageing population will change the world
  • 6 Signs That 2014 Will Be The Year Of The Super Crash
  • Why would the central bank of Nigeria decide to sell dollars and buy Yuan?
  • Bernanke Leaves Fed with Record Balance Sheet of $4,102,138,000,000
  • 1,400 Sue General Electric, Toshiba and Hitachi for Fukushima Disaster
  • From PetroDollar to PetroYuan – The Coming Proxy Wars
  • Skinny micro-housing designs lets you live between buildings
  • Goldman investment sparks political row in Denmark
  • USGS Derived Downscaled Climate Projection Portal
  • What happens when fossil fuels run out?
  • Western U.S. Drought Puts Big Strain on Reservoirs
  • California Water Officials Cut Delivery as Drought Grows
  • California Drought Reaches New Level of Severity Never Recorded on U.S. Drought Monitor in the State
  • How Climate Change is Worsening California's Epic Drought
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Daily Digest 1/31 - Dealerships Have Too Many Cars, Are You Playing The Right Energy Trend?

Friday, January 31, 2014, 11:34 AM
  • Jamie Dimon's Raise Proves U.S. Regulatory Strategy is a Joke
  • Millions of Dollars in Phony $100 Bills Flooding the Big Apple
  • Gold Wars As Relevant As Ever
  • Dealerships say they have too many cars
  • Lottery win is retirement plan for 34% of poll respondents
  • Drug trafficking is speeding deforestation in Central America
  • A Forecast of Our Energy Future; Why Common Solutions Don’t Work
  • Picking Cherries
  • Porter Stansberry: Are You Playing the Right Energy Trend?
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Daily Digest 1/30 - Ukraine 'On Brink Of Civil War,' Stormy Times For Emerging Markets

Thursday, January 30, 2014, 11:46 AM
  • Two top American bankers commit suicide in London
  • The Third Horseman?
  • Three charged with stealing food from skip behind Iceland supermarket
  • Stormy times for emerging markets
  • And Now, Even Zimbabwe Opines On The Emerging Market Crisis
  • Max Mosley: Google Is So 'Arrogant They Do Whatever They Like'
  • Mixer mortgages make Vancouver home ownership possible
  • Ex-president warns Ukraine 'on brink of civil war'
  • Why Slashing Corporate Tax Rates Was Detrimental to Ordinary Canadians
  • The crisis of subprime nations has started: Stockman
  • Why Turning a Buck Isn't Easy Anymore for Oil's Biggest Players
  • Gulf Coast squeeze looms for Canadian oil producers, expert says
  • Post-Energy Reform, Mexico Signs First Oil Deal with Russia
  • Maple Syrup Revolution: A New Discovery Could Change the Business Forever
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Daily Digest 1/29 - Venezuela's Chefs Get Creative, French Unemployment At Record High

Wednesday, January 29, 2014, 11:49 AM
  • Lew: Debt-limit likely to be hit by late February
  • Toyota to curb Japan output in April as tax hike kicks in
  • Why bottom-fishing hedge funds may soon turn away from Greek banks
  • Detroit photographer offers blight tours
  • Vets push Congress for fix to pension cut
  • Rising risk that German court will block Bundesbank rescue for Southern Europe
  • S&P Downgrades Ukraine Credit Grade
  • In China's Hugely Indebted Cities, Some Big Bills Are Coming Due
  • One in Four U.S. Families Struggles to Pay Medical Bills
  • Argentina Warns of Speculative Attack on Emerging Market Currencies
  • 3,000kg of gold being smuggled in a month, admits Chidambaram (India)
  • Thousands could face ‘mansion tax’ raid on £2m London homes
  • Midwest states declare emergency as cold blast worsens propane shortage
  • Devaluation spurs 30% rise in prices (Argentina)
  • No flour? No fish? Venezuela’s chefs get creative amid shortages
  • French Unemployment At Record High
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Daily Digest 1/28 - B.C. Is Becoming A 'Banana Republic', Killing Off A Success

Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 11:56 AM
  • Gold Price Exploding In Emerging Markets
  • 'Eating grass to survive' in besieged Homs
  • Why There's No Outcry
  • Derek Corrigan: B.C. Is Becoming A 'Banana Republic'
  • Start-ups challenge big banks' technology
  • Banking apps on Android phones most at risk of cyber attack, Kapersky says
  • Why the Olympics Are a Lot Like ‘The Hunger Games’
  • Killing Off a Success
  • German cows cause methane blast in Rasdorf
  • 'Ethical Oil' Launches Neil Young Attack Site
  • TransCanada Pipeline Explodes Leaving 4,000 Canadians without Natural Gas
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Daily Digest 1/27 - Trouble In The Arctic For Shell, Strategic Africa

Monday, January 27, 2014, 12:34 PM
  • Stock Sell-Off Continues as Markets Falter on Wall Street
  • 3 Enemas Later, Still No Drugs
  • The Influential Minister Behind Argentina’s Economic Shift
  • A visit to Toulouse’s last remaining public showers
  • Strategic Africa: Why the U.S. and Europe are sending in the troops
  • Keystone resistance sparks 700% spike in cash offers for land
  • Let there be light: A hand-made solar lamp from Uganda
  • More Trouble in the Arctic for Shell
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Daily Digest 1/26 - How the Coal Industry Impoverishes West Virginia, The Big Reset

Sunday, January 26, 2014, 12:02 PM
  • Can Doctors Fix Poverty?
  • School ditches rules and loses bullies
  • The Big Reset, Part 2
  • Doctors Abusing Medicare Face Fines and Expulsion
  • On Children’s Website, N.S.A. Puts a Furry, Smiley Face on Its Mission
  • Economic Shifts in U.S. and China Batter Markets
  • How the Coal Industry Impoverishes West Virginia
  • The Hidden Environmental and Human Costs of the Sochi Olympics
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Daily Digest 1/25 - The Elders of Organic Farming, B.C.'s Gas Towns

Saturday, January 25, 2014, 2:11 PM
  • Bailout Architect Runs For California Governor; World Laughs
  • Bank of America Head Technician: "Our Bullish View Is Invalidated, Going Neutral; Below 1806 Spells Trouble"
  • JPMorgan's Gold Vault Has Biggest One-Day Withdrawal Ever
  • HSBC imposes restrictions on large cash withdrawals
  • The FT Goes There: "Demand Physical Gold" As One Day Paper Price Manipulation Will End "Catastrophically"
  • Advertising Standards Canada: No Sanctions For False Government Ads
  • The Elders of Organic Farming
  • B.C.'s Gas Towns and Projects
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Daily Digest 1/24 - AK and WA Fish Tested For Radiation, The Arctic Apple

Friday, January 24, 2014, 10:53 AM
  • Developer finds Chrome eavesdropping bug
  • Is This the Beginning of the End for the Dollar?
  • Hospital Chain Said to Scheme to Inflate Bills
  • The Arctic Apple
  • Biodiversity can flourish on an urban planet
  • Industry Awakens to Threat of Climate Change
  • All Eyes on Implementation of Mexican Oil Reform
  • Alaska & Washington Salmon Tested For Radiation