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Daily Digest 5/13 - Good News Friday: New Technology Harnesses Worms, What Quality Do The Most Successful People Share?

Friday, May 13, 2016, 9:16 AM
  • The Truth About Icelandic Happiness
  • What quality do the most successful people share? True grit 
  • Tech-Savvy Families Use Home-Built Diabetes Device
  • A Goose Pecked At The Door Of A Police Car. What She Led Them To? Unbelievable.
  • Bing bans tech support ads—because they’re mostly scams
  • The White House Launches the National Microbiome Initiative
  • EPA issues rules to cut methane, volatiles from new oil and gas sites
  • New Liquid Battery Chemistry Could Be a Game Changer
  • This New Water-Cleaning Technology Harnesses the Power of Wriggly Worms
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Daily Digest 5/12 - The American Debt Crisis, If OPEC Is Dead, What's Next?

Thursday, May 12, 2016, 10:46 AM
  • Five Charts That Show Americans Families’ Debt Crisis
  • Trouble In Saudi Arabia
  • Fed Worries About Deflation but Pays Banks Billions Not to Lend QE Proceeds!?
  • Don't Make The Great Estate Mistake
  • Manipulation, the "Free Market", & What of Gold & Silver?
  • Catherine Austin Fitts: Painful Process Coming for America Not Going to Be Pretty
  • Nigerian President Buhari 'not demanding' Cameron apology
  • OPEC Is Dead, What’s Next?
  • Global Warming Cited as Wildfires Increase in Fragile Boreal Forest
  • Depth Of Field
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Daily Digest 5/11 - Oil Company Bankruptcies Accelerate, Japan's National Debt Climbs

Wednesday, May 11, 2016, 10:51 AM
  • Venezuela extends two-day workweek for state employees to save energy
  • Low Water Level in Venezuela’s Biggest Hydroelectric Reservoir Raises Concern
  • Oil company bankruptcies accelerate despite rise in crude prices
  • Fitch Downgrades Six Brazilian Subnationals; Outlook Negative
  • Extra budget for disaster to total ¥778 billion, be financed by negative rates
  • One Chinese company has a debt pile almost as big as the whole of Australia
  • Japan’s national debt climbs to a dizzying ¥1,049.37 trillion
  • Denmark's negative rates pose risk of housing bubble, says OECD
  • UBS could pass on negative rates to wealthy clients - CEO
  • Study: Long-Term Care Costs Continue to Rise
  • Traders Eye $100 Billion More Emerging-Market Fallen Angels
  • Moody's outlines its view on China's contingent liabilities
  • Central States chief warns of insolvency or steeper cuts to pensions
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Daily Digest 5/10 - 1 In 5 Plants At Extinction Risk, Who Is Serving Whom?

Tuesday, May 10, 2016, 11:27 AM
  • Study finds the way America shops has changed for good
  • Public Servants: Who is Serving Whom?
  • Uncomfortable Truths About Central Banking And Money
  • As Jobs Vanish, Forgetting What Government Is For
  • A Glimpse Into What Saudi Arabia’s New Oil Policy Will Look Like
  • Pacific Northwest Snowpack Melting At Record Pace
  • Sheet Mulching: How to Smother Weeds, Build Soil & Conserve Water the Easy Way
  • One in five of world's plant species at risk of extinction
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Daily Digest 5/9 - How The Gov't Will ‘Borrow’ Your Retirement, 95% of Greek “Bailout” Money Went to Banks

Monday, May 9, 2016, 12:08 PM
  • Here’s why (and how) the government will ‘borrow’ your retirement savings
  • German Study Proves It – 95% of Greek “Bailout” Money Went to the Banks
  • Obama: TTIP Necessary So As To Protect Megabanks From Prosecution
  • U.S. Trouble With American Dividends
  • Russia Offers Free Land to Foreign Pioneers
  • Elon Musk's Tesla Strategy: Win Big by Falling Short
  • Major Banks Shrug Off Concerns Of Bad Energy Debt
  • All Of A Sudden, Fish Are Dying By The Millions All Over The Planet
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Daily Digest 5/8 - Saudi Arabia Ousts Longtime Oil Minister, 5 Bull Market Rules

Sunday, May 8, 2016, 11:20 AM
  • Helicopter Money In Operation
  • Are smartphones “de-evolutionizing” humanity?
  • 5 Bull Market Rules
  • Republican Party Unravels Over Donald Trump’s Takeover
  • The Supreme Court’s Next Big Fight Over Money in Politics
  • Saudi Arabia Ousts Longtime Oil Minister
  • We Need To Talk About Climate Change
  • World Naked Gardening Day is Tomorrow, So We Talked to Someone Celebrating
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Daily Digest 5/7 - U.S. Economy May Be Grinding To A Halt, What Do The Swiss Know That We Don’t?

Saturday, May 7, 2016, 10:47 AM
  • There's a big warning sign that the wheels of the US economy may be grinding to a halt
  • Rail Traffic Depression: 292 Union Pacific Engines Are Sitting In The Arizona Desert Doing Nothing
  • Ron Paul: What Do The Swiss Know That We Don’t?
  • As Oil Markets Tighten, Geopolitical Events Matter Again
  • 2-Day Work Week Mandated After Desperate Country Runs Out Of Electricity
  • How the Kleptocrats’ $12 Trillion Heist Helps Keep Most of the World Impoverished
  • Manipulation, the "Free Market", & What of Gold & Silver?
  • The Near-Term Extinction Movement Is Embracing the End Times
  • Army Captain Sues President Obama Over Illegal and Unconstitutional War on ISIS
  • Saudi Arabia Ousts Longtime Oil Minister
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Daily Digest 5/6 - Good News Friday: This Is Your Mind On Brains, The Power Of Self-Compassion

Friday, May 6, 2016, 10:54 AM
  • This Is Your Mind On Brains
  • Because failure is an option SpaceX can do stuff like land rockets on a boat
  • Scientists Almost Certain Advanced Life On Other Planets Has Existed At Some Point
  • Why Self-Compassion Works Better Than Self-Esteem
  • 'Boaty McBoatface' polar ship named after Attenborough
  • Markets At Crossroads: Huge Moves Brewing In Stocks And Gold
  • Chevy Bolt EV electric car to be GM-Lyft self-driving car testbed
  • The Paradox Of Radiation
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Daily Digest 5/5 - A Bitter Pill, 4.5-Million-Barrel Per Day Oil Shortage Looms

Thursday, May 5, 2016, 11:21 AM
  • Europe to Remove 500-Euro Bill, the ‘Bin Laden’ Bank Note Criminals Love
  • Actually, Hillary Clinton is a fiscal conservative — look it up
  • The Mythology Of Trump’s ‘Working Class’ Support
  • Turkish ruling party preparing to replace PM Davutoglu: officials
  • Medical Errors Are No. 3 Cause Of U.S Deaths, Researchers Say
  • A Bitter Pill
  • A 4.5-Million-Barrel Per Day Oil Shortage Looms: Wood Mackenzie
  • People who fled Fort McMurray wildfire now evacuated from Anzac after blaze moves south
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Daily Digest 5/4 - China's Coming Bank Bailout, Rising Health Care Costs Weigh On Voters

Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 9:36 AM
  • Report: County's Pension System Falls Below Previous Funding Levels
  • Politics In Real Life: Rising Health Care Costs Weigh On Voters
  • Oil town Americans late on car loan payments
  • Australia's Central Bank Cuts Rates to Record Low
  • Saudi builder Binladin cuts 77,000 jobs, to lay off Saudis
  • Illinois's Record Budget Standoff Risks Getting More Entrenched
  • The riskiest energy companies are defaulting at a record rate
  • With Clock Ticking, Atlantic City Avoids Default -- But How Much Time Did It Buy
  • Detroit in a downward spiral as budget dries up
  • EU Cuts Euro-Area Inflation Forecast, Warns Nations on Debt
  • Chinese cities dive back into debt to fuel growth even as defaults rise
  • Australia’s A$500 Billion Debt Pile to Test Bond Buyer Appetite
  • Listed Chinese companies suffer first profit drop since 2008
  • China's Coming Bank Bailout
  • Puerto Rico warns of more defaults after missing May payment
  • Corporate Brazil faces cash risks through 2017 -Moody's
  • IMF cuts Africa growth forecast to 3% in 2016
  • EU forecasts France, Italy, Spain, to miss budget targets
  • EU Sees Weaker Growth in Eurozone and Wider EU as China Slowdown Weighs
  • U.S. data is being leaked, ECB study suggests