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Daily Digest 8/12 - Investing in Nutrient Dense Food, BPA Replacement May Be Just As Toxic

Tuesday, August 12, 2014, 12:09 PM
  • A Mountain Of Uncertainty In Iraq
  • How A Computer Algorithm Predicted West Africa’s Ebola Outbreak Before It Was Announced
  • U.S. Financial Markets and the Last Alpha Frontier
  • Public Housing in New York Reaches a Fiscal Crisis
  • Feeding everyone with a minimum of carbon emissions
  • Investing in Nutrient Dense Food: Iron
  • A Bacon-Powered Motorcycle Is Cruising Your Way
  • BPA-Free Plastic Containers May Be Just as Hazardous
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Daily Digest 8/11 - Plutocracy Trumping Democracy, Iraq In Crisis

Monday, August 11, 2014, 10:34 AM
  • Iraq crisis: Islamic militants 'buried alive Yazidi women and children in attack that killed 500'
  • World Reserve Currencies: What Happened During Previous Periods of Transition?
  • Insight: Plutocracy trumping democracy
  • The Tocalino Index
  • MIT Made A Material That Makes Fluids Forget About Gravity
  • Without Breaking a Sweat, a Doctor Tracks Ebola and Other Epidemics
  • Water and air are all you need to make one of world’s most important chemicals
  • Mobile Wi-Fi Gizmos Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Batteries
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Daily Digest 8/10 - Tracing Ebola's Breakout, What’s the Worst Place to Be When the Power Goes Out?

Sunday, August 10, 2014, 10:52 AM
  • Kurdish Forces Confront ISIS Fighters as U.S. Airstrikes Continue
  • For Refugees on Mountain, ‘No Water, Nothing’
  • Obama signals long U.S. military role in Iraq
  • What’s the Worst Place to Be When the Power Goes Out?
  • Tracing Ebola’s Breakout to an African 2-Year-Old
  • American Horror, Ivy League Edition
  • China Loosens Monetary Conditions in Test of Credit Power
  • Japan Prepares To Release Thousands Of Tons Of Fukushima Groundwater Into The Pacific
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Daily Digest 8/9 - Investing In Risky Times, The Spies Next Door

Saturday, August 9, 2014, 11:11 AM
  • The Spies Next Door
  • Jim Rogers: Investing during risky times
  • The West on the wrong path
  • China’s Economy: Third Stage of Economic Collapse
  • The Big One - 2014 Version - Maybe
  • Ebola Response Too Slow as Tally of the Dead Nears 1,000
  • Cashew Juice, the Apple of Pepsi’s Eye
  • Fukushima Watch: Regulator Says Tepco Must Focus on Trench Water
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Daily Digest 8/8 - Opportunity In Toxic Waste, Will The Mother Of All Bubbles Burst In 2014?

Friday, August 8, 2014, 9:37 AM
  • Stampede of Mergers Could Mean Growth, or Irrationality, Ahead
  • Bubble Mania: Is The Mother Of All Bubbles About To Burst In 2014?
  • Can Europe Survive Without Russian Gas?
  • Who Needs Russia? Ukraine Will Destroy Itself With New Gas Tax
  • Russia Bans Food Imports From U.S., EU, Australia, Canada, Norway
  • In Ebola Outbreak, Who Should Get Experimental Drug?
  • Butt batteries: Scientists store energy in used cigarette filters
  • County of 95 Sees Opportunity in Toxic Waste
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Daily Digest 8/7 - Italy Falls Back Into Recession, ISIS Consolidates

Thursday, August 7, 2014, 10:54 AM
  • Italy Falls Back Into Recession, Raising Concern for Eurozone Economy
  • Conflict Leaves Industry in Ashes and Gaza Reeling From Economic Toll
  • ISIS Consolidates
  • Gold Mining Industry: Fuel Costs Explode Over The Past Decade
  • Silver Pyramid Power
  • A Carbon Bubble In 2015?
  • New Method Keeps Solar Cells Clean And Efficient
  • Dry California Fights Illegal Use of Water for Cannabis
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Daily Digest 8/6 - Liberia Struggles To Contain Ebola, A Modern-Day Dust Bowl

Wednesday, August 6, 2014, 10:24 AM
  • Charleston, WV mayor proposes sales tax increase to fund police and firefighter pension funds
  • U.S. National Debt Now Stands at $1.1 Million per Taxpayer
  • Prices soar as Liberia struggles to contain Ebola
  • Ukraine Alarmed by Russian Buildup as People Flee Luhansk
  • A Modern-Day Dust Bowl
  • Obamacare rates to soar by as much as 23 per cent in 2015
  • U.S. Treasury to put public pensions under scrutiny
  • Russia to Use Pension Savings as Short-Term Budget Fix for Second Year
  • How Tax Inversions Became the Hottest Trend in M&A
  • Wealth gap is slowing U.S. economic growth, S&P says
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Daily Digest 8/5 - Europeans Struggle To Pay Electric Bills, Summer Gas Prices Down

Tuesday, August 5, 2014, 9:58 AM
  • Turn On, Retweet, Tune Out
  • Gaza War Strains Relations Between U.S. and Israel
  • Here's Everything We Know About The 'Secret Serum' Used To Treat An American With Ebola
  • Focusing on G.M. Unit, U.S. Starts Civil Inquiry of Subprime Car Lending
  • Summer Gas Prices Down Despite Geopolitical Turmoil, Higher Demand
  • Europeans Struggle To Pay Their Electric Bills
  • Marc Faber’s Outlook for Middle East, Oil, Gold Prices
  • Amid Preservation Efforts, Farmland in the Hamptons Goes for Other Uses
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Daily Digest 8/4 - Ebola's Acceleration Mapped, Can Ants Cool The World?

Monday, August 4, 2014, 10:45 AM
  • Land Grabbing – A New Political Strategy for Arab Countries
  • Gold Prices Reveal Truth About U.S. Economy
  • Mapping the acceleration of Ebola in West Africa in five charts
  • As more male bass switch sex, a strange fish story expands
  • Toledo Mayor Lifts Water Ban in Northwest Ohio
  • Is Europe's Bread Basket Up for Grabs?
  • More Oil Companies Abandoning Arctic Plans, Letting Leases Expire
  • And Now, The Farm Pollution Gets You
  • Investing In Nutrient-Dense Food: Vitamin D
  • Thousands Stranded After California Storms; 1 Dead
  • Can Ants Save the World from Climate Change?
  • As Oysters Die, Climate Policy Goes on the Stump
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Daily Digest 8/2 - CA Drought Takes Over State, The Quarantine Next Door

Saturday, August 2, 2014, 12:49 PM
  • A Mound of Forgotten Money, and Even You May Have a Claim
  • American With Ebola Arrives in U.S. for Treatment
  • Ebola Vaccine Possible, but Many Doubts Persist
  • The Quarantine Next Door
  • U.S. CDC lab inspectors may have risked public safety: documents
  • Russian Oligarchs Wave Goodbye To Visa, Switch To Chinese Credit Card
  • Gaza Fighting Surges as Truce Frays, Soldier Disappears
  • Watch Drought Take Over the Entire State of California in One GIF