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Daily Digest 1/21 - Our World Is Dying, The Age Of Surveillance Capitalism

Monday, January 21, 2019, 7:31 AM
  • Shutdown Threatens to Delay Criminal Justice Reforms Signed Into Law by Trump
  • Financial capitalism: The endgame
  • 'The goal is to automate us': welcome to the age of surveillance capitalism
  • Our World Is Dying
  • Digital detoxes are a solution looking for a problem
  • Built to Separate: Border Barriers Around the World
  • Chinese authorities say world's first gene-edited babies were illegal
  • North American glaciers melting much faster than 10 years ago – study
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Daily Digest 1/20 - The Gilets Jaunes Are 'Unstoppable,’ Has the Gov't Legalized Secret Defense Spending?

Sunday, January 20, 2019, 1:42 PM
  • Space Force, F-15X, Light Attack: What Will the Air Force Seek in Latest Budget?
  • Modern Monetary Theory or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the National Debt
  • Locked Up: How the Modern Prison-Industrial Complex Puts So Many Americans in Jail
  • ‘The gilets jaunes are unstoppable’
  • Stocks and Precious Metals Charts - Who Could See It Coming?
  • Has the Government Legalized Secret Defense Spending?
  • Will Globalists Sacrifice The Dollar To Get Their 'New World Order'?
  • Ebola Outbreak in D.R. Congo Spreading Exponentially Faster
  • Ice loss from Antarctica has sextupled since the 1970s, new research finds
  • The stunning chart revealing Australia's record-breaking run of rising temperatures
  • Rapid shift in Earth's magnetism triggering urgent update in navigation program
  • New "Planetary Health Diet" Aims To Save Earth Before It's Too Late
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Daily Digest 1/18 - Good News Friday: Hospitals Banding Together to Take on Big Pharma, Growing Blood Vessels In A Petri Dish

Friday, January 18, 2019, 11:25 AM
  • Washington Gov. Inslee to pardon thousands convicted of marijuana possession
  • A Growing Number of Hospitals Are Banding Together to Take on Big Pharma
  • To Save the Sound of a Stradivarius, a Whole City Must Keep Quiet
  • Governor Whitmer signs Executive Directive securing equal pay in Michigan
  • After 24 Years, Scholar Completes 3,000-Page Translation Of The Hebrew Bible
  • Independent Online Radio Is the Algorithm Alternative You Need
  • Ford and VW are forming an alliance—here’s why it’s a smart move
  • Viziv Technologies, LLC Partners With Baylor University To Develop Potentially Revolutionary Electrical Distribution Technology
  • Canopy Growth to Build First U.S. Hemp Plant in New York State
  • Scientists grow perfect human blood vessels in a petri dish
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Daily Digest 1/17 - How Free Markets Killed Capitalism, 'Alarming' Burnout Among Doctors

Thursday, January 17, 2019, 12:15 PM
  • How free markets killed capitalism: Ayn Rand, Ronald Reagan, Walmart, Amazon and the 1 percent’s sick triumph over us all
  • Crude Oil Prices Fall On Chinese Economic Data; U.S. Shale Calls OPEC For Help
  • Response to US global bullying: Iran, India ditch dollar to continue trading oil despite sanctions
  • US legislators introduce bills targeting Chinese tech companies
  • World's 2nd-deadliest Ebola outbreak reaches 600 confirmed cases
  • 8 survival tips that could help you survive the apocalypse
  • NYC restaurants cutting staff hours as minimum wage hits $15
  • ‘Alarming’ burnout is making doctors want to kill themselves
  • Why Doctors Hate Their Computers
  • Merk Research: U.S. Equity Chart Book January 2019
  • Google caught censoring search results on abortions, Maxine Waters & more – report
  • Heavy Crude: From Glut To Shortage
  • China Is Launching Weather-Control Machines Across An Area The Size Of Alaska
  • Final potato harvest update for Canada
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Daily Digest 1/16 - Italy Banks Pare Losses, Germany's Slowdown Fans Fears China Woes Spreading

Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 1:47 PM
  • China’s corporate default storm continues to rage at the start of 2019 after a record year
  • Record U.S.-China trade gap may signal slower global growth
  • JPMorgan Debt-Trading Revenue Plunges to Lowest Since Crisis
  • Gundlach’s warning on ‘ocean of debt’ adds to worries over corporate bonds
  • Germany's slowdown fans fears China woes spreading
  • Number of no-show airport security screeners soars in shutdown
  • Italy Banks Pare Losses as ECB Bad-Loan Actions Seen as Minimal
  • China signals more stimulus as economic slowdown deepens
  • FCC Chairman Refuses To Brief Congress On Carriers' Location Data Practices
  • Grant Williams – Keynote Speech
  • Anxious Brits have bought hundreds of food-prepper 'Brexit Boxes'
  • PG&E’s slide into bankruptcy would mark third largest investment-grade default since 1998
  • The magnetic north pole is messing with your smartphone’s mapping apps
  • Zimbabwe’s president raised fuel prices above $12 a gallon and then jetted off to Russia. Deadly chaos ensued.
  • Insect collapse: ‘We are destroying our life support systems’
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Daily Digest 1/15 - How Governments React to Climate Change, Coal Plants Continue To Retire

Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 10:45 AM
  • UK leader in frantic final push to win Brexit deal backing
  • Trump rejects suggestion to allow government to reopen temporarily while talks continue
  • President Trump can't stop U.S. coal plants from retiring
  • The Merger That Made a U.S. Gas Giant Is Failing
  • Venezuela’s Crisis Threatens U.S. Control Over Oil Prices
  • Supreme Court, in blockbuster Martinez ruling, shields oil and gas drillers from stricter public health rules
  • Scientists Call for Drastic Drop in Emissions. U.S. Appears to Have Gone the Other Way.
  • How Governments React to Climate Change: An Interview with the Political Theorists Joel Wainwright and Geoff Mann
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Daily Digest 1/14 - How To Build Wealth, New Ocean Measurements Are Bad News

Monday, January 14, 2019, 11:41 AM
  • Worried about the economy? Watch bank earnings
  • What the government shutdown means for your mortgage
  • An early retiree who quizzed 100 millionaires about their money found there's a 4-step process to building wealth
  • Industry wary of alternatives tries to protect a word: meat 
  • The Yellow Vests Get it Right, by Robert Gore
  • Elon Musk's SpaceX Says It Is Laying Off 10 Percent of Its Workforce
  • Trade war’s wounded: Companies improvise to dodge cost hikes
  • Hacker who took down entire nation's internet is jailed
  • PG&E May Give Bankruptcy Notices to Staff on Monday
  • After a boom year for new natural gas plants, renewables set to retake the lead
  • GM will make Cadillac its 'lead' electric vehicle brand
  • 2018 Was A Record Breaking Year For Energy Markets
  • Saudi energy minister concerned about oil price volatility
  • New Ocean Measurements Are Bad News
  • Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?
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Daily Digest 1/12 - Record Global Debt & Chaos in 2019, Collapsing Glaciers Threaten Asia's Water Supply

Saturday, January 12, 2019, 12:08 PM
  • Record Global Debt & Chaos in 2019 – John Rubino
  • Fed Chairman Powell says he is 'very worried' about growing amount of US debt
  • Elwood, Illinois (Pop. 2,200), Has Become a Vital Hub of America’s Consumer Economy. And It’s Hell.
  • Bank Of England Boss: China's Renminbi Will Rival The Dollar As Global Reserve Currency
  • The Crash Of The “Everything Bubble” Started In 2018 - Here’s What Comes Next In 2019
  • Karl Marx and the Great Socialist Revival
  • Race row in South Africa as health officials advertise for 100 new doctors - but white people are told not to apply
  • LA's Battle for Venice Beach: Homeless Surge Puts Hollywood's Progressive Ideals to the Test 
  • Uncertain future for Oka-Hudson ice bridge
  • Collapsing glaciers threaten Asia’s water supplies
  • Global warming of oceans equivalent to an atomic bomb per second
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Daily Digest 1/11 - Good News Friday: Organic Farming On The Rise, Not All Environmentalists Eat Tofu

Friday, January 11, 2019, 10:02 AM
  • The retreat of global democracy stopped in 2018
  • Creuzot Offers Insight Into How He Will Run Dallas County District Attorney's Office
  • Nurses' donation helps cancel $8.9M in medical debt in northern Michigan
  • Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease in Brain Scans Six Years Before a Diagnosis
  • La Jolla woman earns Guinness World Record for oldest trapeze artist
  • More Than 600 Environmental Groups Just Backed Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal
  • Organic farming is on the rise in the U.S.
  • Not all environmentalists eat tofu: the hunters fighting climate change
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Daily Digest 1/10 - Where the Next Crisis Starts, What’s Next For The Dollar, Gold, Stocks and Bonds?

Thursday, January 10, 2019, 11:27 AM
  • China-U.S. trade talks end 2nd day with no sign of progress
  • Fed's Bullard takes stand against more interest rate hikes
  • Here’s Where the Next Crisis Starts
  • What’s next for the dollar, gold, stocks & bonds?
  • Eccles Prison Blues – The Big Squeeze
  • What Apple’s Tailspin Means For Oil Prices
  • Flaws With a “Green New Deal,” Part 1 of 2
  • China gives long-awaited GM crop approvals amid U.S. trade talks