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Daily Digest 11/16 - Good News Friday: CO Votes To Abolish Slavery, Preventing Allergies In Children

Friday, November 16, 2018, 9:55 AM
  • Colorado Votes To Abolish Slavery, 2 Years After Similar Amendment Failed
  • Sucking your baby's pacifier might protect them from allergies, study says
  • NASA predicts people on Mars within 25 years
  • How a Low-Carb Diet Might Help You Maintain a Healthy Weight
  • Part of the Answer to Climate Change May Be America’s Trees and Dirt, Scientists Say
  • Cover crops reduce nitrates without hurting yield
  • This Chemical Is So Hot It Destroys Nerve Endings - In A Good Way
  • This nurse drove through a wall of fire to save his patients during the deadliest blaze in California history.
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Daily Digest 11/15 - World Economy Looking Shaky, Are Oil Markets Overreacting?

Thursday, November 15, 2018, 10:58 AM
  • The world economy is looking awfully shaky all of a sudden
  • Exclusive: China sends written response to U.S. trade reform demands - U.S. government sources
  • How Google And Amazon Got Away With Not Being Regulated
  • Elite Terrified of 1930’s Depression or Weimar Hyperinflation – John Rubino
  • The Fed Will Continue Tightening Until Everything Breaks
  • Silver: Supported by D.C. and The Deep State 
  • 'Core' Retail Sales Growth Slowest In 6 Months
  • Will Social Security Run Out Before You Retire? Here's What the Experts Think
  • The Banana Republic of Boris Johnson
  • Are Oil Markets Overreacting?
  • Crude Recovery? OPEC Eyes 1.4 Million Bpd Production Cut
  • California Utility Customers May Be on Hook for Billions in Wildfire Damage
  • SoCal Fire May Have Ejected "Incredibly Dangerous" Radioactive Particles Into The Atmosphere
  • Climate change has intensified hurricane rainfall, and now we know how much
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Daily Digest 11/14 - Japan's Economy Has A $5T Problem, What Happens When The Liquidity Bubble Pops

Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 8:50 AM
  • Double dippers: 2,400 state workers collect paycheck and pension, but is it a problem? (Maine)
  • Average Utah payday loan interest rate rises to nearly 528% annually — double what Mafia loan sharks charged in the 1960s
  • General Electric seeks urgent asset sales as bond fears rise
  • Abe calls for public works spending plan to help economy (Japan)
  • When This Liquidity Bubble Pops, We'll Face The Biggest Crisis Yet
  • Japan's economy has a $5 trillion problem
  • LA County to LAUSD: Drop in financial reserves ‘continues to be alarming’
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Daily Digest 11/13 - The Biggest Threat To Dollar Dominance, China’s Great Leap Backward

Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 12:31 PM
  • Why General Electric Stock Just Dropped Another 7.5%
  • The Biggest Threat To Dollar Dominance
  • Massive Solar Storm Detonated Hidden American Bombs During the Vietnam War, Navy Records Show
  • Several UK businesses are discussing implanting microchips in their employees' hands
  • Nationalists and Patriots
  • China’s Great Leap Backward
  • The Impact of ‘Plant Factories’ on the Electric Grid
  • CA Gov. Jerry Brown Vetoed Bipartisan Wildfire Management Bill in 2016
  • ‘Agriculture sector has endured billions in losses due to water shortage’ 
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Daily Digest 11/12 - The Next Financial Crisis, 'Remarkable' Decline In Fertility Rates

Monday, November 12, 2018, 11:22 AM
  • U.S. on a Course to Spend More on Debt Than Defense
  • 'A train wreck': Veterans haven't receive GI Bill benefits for months
  • 'Remarkable' decline in fertility rates
  • The Next Financial Crisis: Peter Schiff and Stefan Molyneux
  • The Mystery of the Havana Syndrome
  • It's all going dark again in the gambling capital of the world
  • Big Death : How Kuhn Was Wrong and Foucault Was Right
  • Shame Management and the Trump Supporter
  • Do School Facilities Affect Academic Outcomes?
  • sancal sin pistol holsters fit your fashion style as well as accessories
  • 3 Moves That Will Give Your Social Security Checks a Boost
  • The DEA and ICE are hiding surveillance cameras in streetlights
  • Want a free $100K a year? Quit your job and move here
  • Plunging Battery Costs To Trigger Energy Storage Boom
  • Saudi Arabia, Others Inch Closer to Oil Output-Cut Pact
  • California Fires Death Toll Rises to 31 With More Winds Predicted
  • Neonicotinoid insecticide causes bees to abandon their young at night: study
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Daily Digest 11/10 - Debt Ceiling Will Be Set To Record High, Social Media Increases Depression and Loneliness

Saturday, November 10, 2018, 3:14 PM
  • Debt ceiling will be set to record high of $22 trillion, fund government to just summer
  • China’s Central Bank Ready to Tackle ‘Profound’ Economic Changes
  • Million-dollar homes: The number surges as home prices rise. Many are in California
  • Dmitry Orlov Gives an Interview
  • Save Us From Freedom!
  • The West is Failing Julian Assange
  • USA Has Become Oligarchy
  • Almost Half of Big U.S. Banks Are Failing to Satisfy Fed Supervisors
  • Towards 5G communication systems: Are there health implications?
  • Social media use increases depression and loneliness, study finds
  • Punishment isn’t about the common good: it’s about spite
  • Camp Fire is most destructive wildfire in California history: 9 dead, 6,713 structures incinerated
  • Glut of cranberries in Wisconsin means 25% of crop could be discarded
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Daily Digest 11/9 - Good News Friday: Car Companies Embrace Scooters And Bikes, The Science Of The Sniff

Friday, November 9, 2018, 10:31 AM
  • Customers rush each morning to buy out doughnut shop's inventory so owner can spend time with sick wife.
  • The Science of the Sniff: Why Dogs Are Great Disease Detectors
  • Llama blood clue to beating all flu
  • In Cave in Borneo Jungle, Scientists Find Oldest Figurative Painting in the World
  • How I learned to love homeless housing in my neighborhood
  • Google overhauls sexual misconduct policy after employee walkouts
  • World's first underwater hotel residence opens in Maldives
  • Judge Blocks Keystone XL Pipeline Construction Over Environmental Concerns in a 'Landmark' Ruling
  • Car companies rush to embrace scooters and bikes
  • 70+ Natural Photos That You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped
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Daily Digest 11/8 - Strong Dollar Hits China’s Foreign-Exchange Reserves, The U.S. Is Going Broke

Thursday, November 8, 2018, 10:35 AM
  • Stock Market Facing a 2019 Crash: 70% Correction Warning
  • The United States Is Going Broke
  • What to Expect From Europe’s New Bank Cop
  • Starbucks Is Buying the Dip in China, and So Should Investors
  • Merk Research: Fed Chart Book
  • A cryptocurrency millionaire is buying up land in Nevada’s desert to build a utopian village run on Ethereum — here are the design plans
  • Sorry Tech Billionaires, San Francisco Just Voted for a Tax to Fight the Homelessness Crisis
  • Asymmetrical Warfare and 4GW: How Militia Groups are America’s Domestic Viet Cong
  • CDC director warns that Congo’s Ebola outbreak may not be containable
  • UBS expects to be sued by US Justice Department over crisis-era mortgage securities
  • Boeing 737 Max 8 safety alert issued after deadly Lion Air crash
  • Strong Dollar Hits China’s Foreign-Exchange Reserves
  • Zillow sheds a quarter of its market value as rising interest rates weigh on home sales
  • Australia Likely to Block Hong Kong Company’s Bid for Gas Pipeline
  • Global Dimming and Its Effect on AgricultureT
  • U.N. Predicts Disaster if Global Warming Not Checked
  • Headline-Grabbing Global Warming Study Suffers From A Major Math Error
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Daily Digest 11/7 - Gold Is Back, Why Americans Over 65 Are Declaring Bankruptcy

Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 11:11 AM
  • Why are so many Americans over 65 declaring bankruptcy?
  • U.S. to sell most weekly Treasury bills since February
  • Illinois Teachers’ Asks for 10.6% More in State Contributions
  • African countries may soon find themselves buried deeper in debt if the plan of a Chinese banking group sees the light of day
  • Japan ready to help Malaysia tackle fiscal problems, Abe tells counterpart Mahathir Mohamad
  • Emanuel’s feel-good final budget sails through City Council committee (Chicago)
  • Financial Press Cheers Election of Fascist in Brazil
  • Gold is back. That's a worrying sign
  • In the Age of A.I., Is Seeing Still Believing?
  • Committed to... Fed-View
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Daily Digest 11/6 - Why Oil Prices Will Fall In 2019, Markets Making Faulty Assumptions About Growth, Resources

Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 8:51 AM
  • Trade wars, taxes, immigration among top economic issues for voters in midterm elections
  • Georgia Officials Quietly Patched Security Holes They Said Didn’t Exist
  • Chris Martenson Warns: Markets Are Making Faulty Assumptions about Growth & Resources
  • ‘No illusions that we’re out of the woods,’ says Wall Street analyst who called the stock-market selloff
  • Trump's border deployments could cost $220 million as Pentagon sees no threat from migrant caravan
  • Americans are pumping the brakes on home remodeling, and that might spell bad news for Home Depot and Lowe's
  • Lowe's is closing dozens of stores across the US and Canada — here's the full list 
  • 25% of world murders are in Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico and Colombia
  • A cure for cancer: how to kill a killer
  • China legalizes rhino horn and tiger bone for medical purposes
  • Today's Pickup: Shale oil producers are stuck with serious cash flow issues
  • Will Colorado deal the shale oil boom a blow?
  • Why Oil Prices Will Fall In 2019 And Beyond
  • What's Wrong With Bananas?