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Category Archives: Daily Digest

  • Daily Digest

    Daily Digest 10/18 – Good News Friday: The Potomac River’s Remarkable Recovery, Converting CO2 To Useful Organic Material

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    Friday, October 18, 2019, 10:10 AM

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    • California to launch nation’s first statewide earthquake warning system
    • China seeks to boost certified elderly caregivers by 2 million
    • 17 things frugal people usually don’t do
    • Alabama capital elects first black mayor in 200-year history
    • WATCH LIVE: NASA to conduct 1st all-female spacewalk
    • New Material Captures Carbon Dioxide and Efficiently Converts It to Useful Organic Materials
    • Booze run from behind bars: Inmates escape from Texas federal prison, return with whiskey
    • NASA Engineer Proposes Fuelless Engine To Propel Spacecraft ‘Almost At Speed Of Light’
    • Hundreds Of Houston Airport Workers To Get Raise, Higher Minimum Wage
    • Dog Ownership Associated With Longer Life—Especially Among Heart Attack and Stroke Survivors
    • Students Invent Door Handle for Public Bathrooms That Can Clean and Sanitize Itself
    • Indian School Educates Students Who Pay Tuition With Plastic Waste Instead of Money (GNN Podcast)
    • This startup is saving crops by making ‘super bees’
    • Bison Are Finally Roaming These Prairie Lands Again for the First Time in 150 Years
    • A swim in the Potomac? The river’s remarkable recovery makes that a possibility, report says.

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    Daily Digest 10/17 – Weak U.S. Retail Sales Cast Shadow Over Slowing Economy, A World Without Retirement

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    Thursday, October 17, 2019, 8:19 AM

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    • Dow’s 4th-Largest Stock Surges on Earnings
    • U.S. pension funds took positions in blacklisted Chinese surveillance company
    • Mitch Albom: Price for the NBA in China? Its soul
    • A terrible pandemic is killing pigs around the world, and U.S. pork producers fear they could be hit next
    • Weak U.S. retail sales cast shadow over slowing economy
    • China’s pork prices surged 69.3% in September from a year ago
    • The worst news for Joe Biden Tuesday had nothing to do with the debate
    • Dutch family ‘waiting for end of time’ found in secret room – BBC News
    • A World Without Retirement
    • Neighbor blocks San Francisco alleyway with plywood wall to keep out homeless people, drug dealers
    • Bank of England boss says global finance is funding 4C temperature rise
    • The Millennial Urban Lifestyle Is About to Get More Expensive
    • The Lights Go Out in Cali… and Maybe Not Just There
    • Michigan crop yield predictions: Setting all the wrong records in 2019

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    Daily Digest 10/16 – IMF Warns Of ‘Limited Ammunition’ To Fight Recession, Fed Awaits Answers On Liquidity Strains

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    Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 8:00 AM

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    • U.S. Inflation Expectations Slip to Record Low in Fed Survey
    • Fed’s Bullard Warns of Too-Low Inflation and Risk of Slowdown
    • Fed awaits answers on liquidity strains
    • IMF warns there is ‘limited ammunition’ to fight recession
    • Larry Summers: US economy is just one bad recession away from zero rates or worse
    • CPI Report + This 1929 Chart Will Scare You
    • Central Bank Issues Stunning Warning: “If The Entire System Collapses, Gold Will Be Needed To Start Over”
    • The Lightning Beneath Our Feet
    • We’re in a permanent coup
    • IRS Data Shows Large Farm Losses
    • ‘Insect Armageddon’: Europe reacts to alarming findings about decline in insects
    • Plan for blackouts in California to prevent wildfires ‘did not go well’

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    Daily Digest 10/15 – Kurdish Forces Strike Deal With Assad, Is Amazon Unstoppable?

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 6:31 AM

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    • Kurdish forces backed by US strike deal with Syria’s Assad, in major shift in 8-year war
    • Is Amazon Unstoppable?
    • 5 prominent U.S. companies are most at fault for the earnings recession
    • BREAKING: Hunter Biden Stepping Down From Chinese Firm Following Trump Criticism
    • Trump’s Trillion-Dollar Hit to Homeowners
    • A British family on vacation accidentally drove into the U.S. They’ve spent days detained with their 3-month-old baby.
    • California Becomes First U.S. State To Mandate Later School Start Times
    • Fur Is Officially Banned in California
    • Humans Will Never Live on Another Planet, Nobel Laureate Says. Here’s Why.
    • Harley-Davidson pulls plug temporarily on electric motorcycle production
    • Californians Learning That Solar Panels Don’t Work in Blackouts
    • Here’s why PG&E doesn’t put more power lines underground
    • ‘This Is Truly Terrifying’: Scientists Studying Underwater Permafrost Thaw Find Area of the Arctic Ocean ‘Boiling With Methane Bubbles’
    • Police ban Extinction Rebellion protests from whole of London

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    Daily Digest 10/14 – Finding Meaning in Quantitative Easing, Melting Ice Redraws the World Map

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, October 14, 2019, 9:14 AM

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    • Beware of Funny Financials
    • The Beginning of the End
    • In planning for next U.S. recession, economists say, don’t fret about debt
    • Housing market flashing recession signal
    • Report: G7 Says ‘Global Stablecoins’ Pose Threat to Financial Stability
    • Stocks dip as report China wants more trade talks tempers optimism
    • China’s crackdown on sugar smuggling leaves global storage headache
    • California Power Shutoffs Highlight Widening Income Gap
    • Here’s How The New U.S.-China Trade Talks May End
    • Finding Meaning in Quantitative Easing
    • More Californians can seek gun removals after Newsom signs new firearm laws
    • Armed and Misogynist: How Toxic Masculinity Fuels Mass Shootings
    • If It Bleeds It Leads: How the American Media Perpetuates and Profits from Mass Shootings
    • NY Times: Violent parody video shown at Trump resort
    • Central Bank Issues Stunning Warning: “If The Entire System Collapses, Gold Will Be Needed To Start Over”
    • Tens of thousands of Hong Kong protesters plead for U.S. help
    • Abandoned by U.S. in Syria, Kurds Find New Ally in American Foe
    • Mack Truck workers begin strike at plants in 3 states
    • Why are these L.A. people sleeping in pods stacked on top of each other? It’s not just the cost of housing
    • Underestimating Them & Overestimating Us
    • Oh that it should come to this Pt. 13
    • Migrants describe being tortured and raped on perilous journey to Libya
    • Ken Fisher’s fund reportedly loses $600 million client after offensive comments
    • Cubans’ resilience sorely tested as US oil sanctions bite
    • ‘Broken system’ starves U.S. oil boom of immigrant workers
    • Is fake meat better for you, or the environment?
    • Scientists endorse mass civil disobedience to force climate action
    • Melting Ice Redraws the World Map and Starts a Power Struggle

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    Daily Digest 10/12 – The Unstoppable Allure of Private Assets, How Low Will U.S. Births Go?

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    Saturday, October 12, 2019, 10:28 AM

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    • Timing of Trump’s Syria decision raises questions
    • Israelis see Trump’s Syria pullout as a betrayal that could help unravel the region
    • Marie Yovanovitch says Trump ousted her over ‘unfounded and false claims’
    • The Unstoppable Allure of Private Assets
    • Our Time/Labor Is Finite, But Money Is Infinite
    • Ecuador’s protesters march; clashes break out in Quito
    • Econimica: How Low Will US Births Go?
    • Obesity is weighing on education, productivity and the economy
    • Voyager Mission Reveals Unexpected Pressure at The Edge of The Solar System
    • San Francisco, Hostage to the Homeless
    • Ellen DeGeneres and the American Psychopath
    • Wild pigs tearing up Northern California cities, parks
    • More Green to be “Green”
    • October snowstorm delays hundreds of flights, shuts down highways in central US
    • This Is What Adapting to Climate Change Looks Like
    • Terrifying footage shows more than 1,000 firefighters battling to contain wildfires in Southern California as 100,000 are forced to flee their homes

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    Daily Digest 10/11 – Good News Friday: Turning Waste Into Energy, Unilever To Reduce Plastic Packaging Use By 2025

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, October 11, 2019, 6:31 AM

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    • McConnell, Decried As ‘Moscow Mitch,’ Approves Election Security Money
    • Scientists hope to digitally unravel scrolls charred by Vesuvius with light 10 billion times brighter than the sun
    • Nine Latin American Countries Have Set Goal for 70% Renewable Energy—More Than Twice the European Union
    • New Power Plant Turns Waste into Energy—and Doubles as a Ski Slope and Climbing Wall
    • Unilever Vows To Reduce Plastic Packaging Use By 2025
    • The 24 Highest Calorie Vegetables for Your Survival Garden
    • Paris Has Opened Its First Green Cemetery
    • U.S. Contributes to $100 Million Public-Private Partnership to Preserve Wetlands and Waterfowl

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    Daily Digest 10/10 – Turkey launches airstrikes on northern Syria, Californians Fume Over Power Outages

    by Daily Digest

    Thursday, October 10, 2019, 7:34 AM

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    • Turkey launches airstrikes on northern Syria after Trump pulls back U.S. troops
    • Reports the US is considering a currency agreement with China as part of partial trade deal
    • The Time Georgia & North Carolina Went to War With Each Other
    • Top Secret Russian Unit Seeks to Destabilize Europe, Security Officials Say
    • Biden campaign blasts New York Times coverage in letter to executive editor
    • The Rich Really Do Pay Lower Taxes Than You
    • IRS Issues New Guidance On The Tax Treatment Of Cryptocurrency
    • Defense Intelligence Agency analyst charged with leaking classified info to journalists
    • This Is Culture
    • Bankrupt U.S. Coal Producer Closes Four Mines After Prices Slump
    • Power Lines Are Burning the West
    • Californians fume over PG&E power outage: ‘A humongous inconvenience’
    • The 315-Year-Old Science Experiment
    • Photos Reveal Emotional Look Inside the Abandoned Fukushima Exclusion Zone
    • Five Radical Climate Policies That Most Americans Actually Like
    • Zimbabwe’s capital runs dry as taps cut off for 2M people

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    Daily Digest 10/9 – Biggest Stock Market Bubble In History Set To Crash, Want To Know What Climate Change Feels Like? Ask an Alaskan

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 9:35 AM

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    • Harry Dent: Biggest Stock Market Bubble In History Set To Crash
    • The father of the yield curve indicator says now is the time to prepare for a recession
    • Fed, other regulators approve changes to ‘Volcker rule’ to ease bank restrictions
    • A Florida inmate’s secretly recorded film shows the gruesome reality of life in prison
    • G.M. Strike’s Economic Toll Is Showing: ‘I Might Lose the Business’
    • New biometric system at Dubai airport: No passport or boarding pass needed
    • This country just passed the U.S. as the world’s most competitive economy
    • Merk U.S. Business Cycle Report – October 2019
    • PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor
    • Most interesting video discussion about key historical facts
    • Serenity Prayer for Central Bankers
    • Oops, sorry! Twitter ‘inadvertently’ feeds users’ emails and phone numbers to advertisers
    • EIA Sharply Cuts Oil Price Forecast
    • Wildfires a massive threat to California’s progress in cutting greenhouse gases, report says
    • Blizzard-Like Weather Approaches, Only Half of Corn Is Mature, USDA Says
    • Want to know what climate change feels like? Ask an Alaskan.

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    Daily Digest 10/8 – Recession Fears Rising, HSBC Plans To Axe 10,000 Jobs

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 8:24 AM

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    • Recession Fears Are Rising, With Surveys Showing Optimism At New Lows
    • HSBC to cut up to 10,000 jobs in drive to slash costs: FT
    • HSBC Plans To Axe 10,000 Jobs—Bringing The Total To 60,000 Banking Employees Downsized Just This Year
    • Hong Kong Stock Exchange Drops Nearly $37 Billion Bid for London Rival
    • Chinese soldiers in Hong Kong warn protesters as emergency rules fail to quell unrest
    • US to step aside for Turkish assault on Kurds in Syria
    • Turkey’s Erdogan warns of military operation in northeast Syria
    • Thousands rally in Kiev to protest autonomy plan for eastern Ukraine
    • Acted swiftly in PMC Bank case; banking sector is stable: RBI Governor Das
    • Chaos in Ecuador from an Expat On the Ground
    • Gold falls on China trade deal hopes. What’s next
    • General Electric freezing pension plan for 20,000 of its U.S. employees
    • Forget Facial Recognition: DHS’s New Database, HART, Also Uses Scars, Tattoos, and Your VOICE to ID You
    • Book Review: The Second Sleep by Robert Harris
    • California’s Poorest Big City Faces a Different Kind of Housing Crisis
    • How Housing Wealth Transferred From Families to Corporations
    • China’s Gold-Buying Spree Tops 100 Tons During Trade War
    • Gas prices keep soaring across California, passing $4 in Sacramento. Have they peaked?
    • UAW says negotiations with GM have ‘taken a turn for the worse’
    • North Korea: ‘talks broke down’; State Department: ‘good discussion’
    • Trump opening California public land to fracking, gas leases. Is it ‘reckless’?
    • Solar Minimum Is Underway, And It’s A Deep One
    • To Freeze The Thames: Natural Geo-Engineering and Biodiversity

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