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Category Archives: Daily Digest

  • Daily Digest

    Daily Digest 11/29 – Good News Friday: The Wisdom Your Body Knows, How To Enjoy a Plastic-Free Holiday Season

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    Friday, November 29, 2019, 8:12 AM

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    • Prosecutors Usually Send People to Prison. These Are Getting Them Out.
    • Hunger, war and an American dream: One man’s story of overcoming the odds to survive
    • The Wisdom Your Body Knows
    • Paper sculptures of microorganisms
    • One Thing You Can Do: Sustainable Holiday Shopping
    • Recycling isn’t working – here are 15 ways to shrink your plastic footprint
    • Enjoy a Plastic Free Christmas This Year – Here’s How
    • What Survives a Drought?

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    Daily Digest 11/27 – Yield-Crazed Investors Pile Into U.S. Subprime Car Loans, The Lender Of Last Resort

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 9:18 AM

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    • Dallas Fed president believes ballooning debt could suddenly become a big issue for economy
    • ‘Cheap’ End-of-Year Funding Fuels Demand for Fed Repo Operation
    • Fed economists warn of ‘economic ruin’ if Modern Monetary Theory policies are ever adopted
    • Brazil real hits record low, central bank intervenes to ease pressure
    • Argentina 2019 inflation seen at 55%, Treasury minister says
    • Yield-crazed investors pile into US subprime car loans
    • Westpac is now the main banking horror story and its financial pain is yet to come
    • Australia Talks: The most and least trusted professions revealed
    • Gold and the Lender of Last Resort
    • NYC wants a chief algorithm officer to counter bias, build transparency
    • The great American labor paradox: Plentiful jobs, most of them bad
    • U.S. Energy Emissions Rise For The First Time In Half A Decade
    • Farmers are still managing to harvest crops in drought. Here’s how they’re doing it
    • Study: Less Tillage And More Surface Residue Doesn’t Crimp Yields
    • UN: The world has backed itself into a treacherous corner on climate change

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    Daily Digest 11/26 – Singapore’s ‘Fake News’ Law Comes Into Effect, Retire Early To Save The Planet?

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 6:57 AM

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    • El Mencho’s American Empire: Mexican drug lord’s super cartel infiltrates U.S. small towns
    • ‘Chilling’: Singapore’s ‘fake news’ law comes into effect
    • UK General Election forecast – update
    • The Dutch Are Waking Up to Discover They Live in a ‘Narco State’
    • Bloomberg Bought Virginia Legislators Introduce Confiscatory Gun Ban
    • Putin’s Push For Energy Dominance In Latin America
    • Retire early… to save the planet?
    • Carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere reaches record high, researchers say

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    Daily Digest 11/25 – Affordable Housing Separated By Design, Minimum Wage Doesn’t Cover Rent Anywhere In U.S.

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, November 25, 2019, 9:09 AM

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    • The $4 trillion force propelling US stocks to record highs
    • U.S. Resumes Large-Scale Operations Against ISIS in Northern Syria
    • The world’s best pension system is being pushed to the brink
    • Minimum wage doesn’t cover the rent anywhere in the U.S.
    • Frontline Thoughts: Muddling For Solutions
    • Separated by Design: Why Affordable Housing Is Built in Areas With High Crime, Few Jobs and Struggling Schools
    • Exclusive: Humans placed in suspended animation for the first time
    • In Virginia, and elsewhere, gun supporters prepare to defy new laws
    • The Costly, Life-Disrupting Consequences of Poor Diabetes Care
    • 82 Days Underwater: The Tide Is High, but They’re Holding On
    • Lies, damn lies and climate statistics

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    Daily Digest 11/23 – LA Has More Vacant Homes Than Homeless, Who’s Going to Buy Boomers’ 21M Homes?

    by Daily Digest

    Saturday, November 23, 2019, 8:46 AM

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    • Sacramento sheriff attacks McClatchy, as company’s pension and debt burdens pile up
    • Schwab Nears Deal to Buy TD Ameritrade
    • The Collapse of Civilization May Have Already Begun
    • Trump said Hong Kong would be ‘obliterated’ without him
    • Over 80% of adolescents worldwide don’t get enough exercise, putting health at risk: Study
    • 150 years of bank credit expansion is near its end
    • OK Boomer, Who’s Going to Buy Your 21 Million Homes?
    • Charges of Ukrainian Meddling? A Russian Operation, U.S. Intelligence Says
    • LA Has More Vacant Homes Than Homeless People, Report Finds
    • The BadDaddy Manifesto
    • The Z Man: Another Trip Around The Sun
    • Billionaire Fracking Brothers Hammered by Permian Holdings
    • Tesla reveals Cybertruck, but breaks its ‘unbreakable’ windows during unveiling
    • At Least 14 levees broke in Fukushima Prefecture

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    Daily Digest 11/22 – Good News Friday: The Secret to Enjoying a Long Winter, How A Guatemalan Town Tackled Its Plastic Problem

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, November 22, 2019, 7:30 AM

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    • The Kim Foxx Effect: How Prosecutions Have Changed in Cook County
    • Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches Of Travelers’ Phones And Laptops Unconstitutional
    • Golden 1 Credit Union gives $20 million in ‘surprise deposits’ to its members
    • Woman Desperately Chugging Coffee Becomes Impeachment Hearing Hero
    • Watch Bees Surf to Safety on Waves They Create
    • The Secret to Enjoying a Long Winter
    • 3 nutritionists (who are also moms) share how they get their teens to eat healthier
    • New Arizona Development Bans Residents From Bringing Cars
    • Scientists Uncovered 143 More Huge Ancient Drawings In Peru
    • Irwin Family Opens Elephant Hospital Fulfilling One of Steve’s Dreams
    • How a Guatemalan Town Tackled Its Plastic Problem

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    Daily Digest 11/21 – Understanding the Repo Crisis, Fracking Under Fire In California

    by Daily Digest

    Thursday, November 21, 2019, 8:04 AM

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    • Wall Street is getting very bullish as stocks hit records. Here’s why that’s worrisome
    • Dalio: We Are Heading Into a ‘New World Order’
    • Boomers Are Thriving on an ‘Unprecedented’ $9 Trillion Inheritance
    • Trump’s Pardons for Servicemen Raise Fears That Laws of War Are History
    • Trump wants South Korea to pay more for defense. He shouldn’t stop there
    • Two jail guards for Jeffrey Epstein charged with cover-up in his suicide
    • Understanding the Repo Crisis
    • Competition in retail has become a zero-sum game: Morning Brief
    • ‘Polite’ robots and underground tunnels: JD’s vision for future smart cities
    • Gold Stocks Now?
    • China bought most of Greece’s main port and now it wants to make it the biggest in Europe
    • Fracking Under Fire In California
    • Re-greening: can Louisville plant its way out of a heat emergency?

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    Daily Digest 11/20 – Zero Real Yields Are Tripping Up Investors, The ‘Internet As We Know It’ Is Off In Iran

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 7:30 AM

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    • Illinois Pension Costs Skyrocketed By 500%, Crowding Out Government Services
    • For municipal defaults, booms are just as dangerous as busts
    • Illinois Cellphone Taxes Are Highest In Nation, Average $374 a Year
    • Fed’s Williams: Risks to U.S. economy still to the downside
    • Zero Real Yields Are Tripping Up Investors
    • China central bank governor says will step up credit support to economy
    • The ‘internet as we know it’ is off in Iran. Here’s why this shutdown is different
    • Iran: More than 100 protesters believed to be killed as top officials give green light to crush protests
    • Oil Sinks As Trade War Sentiment Turns Sour
    • Dan Murphy: Farm Payment Failure
    • Agriculture, the Millennial Side Hustle: The Story of ‘Telephone Farmers’

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    Daily Digest 11/19 – Alaskan Homeless Services Face Uncertain Future, The Worst Is Over For Oil Markets

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 10:34 AM

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    • The Changing Of The Overlords
    • A Spy Complex Revealed
    • Pompeo announces reversal of longstanding US policy on Israeli settlements
    • Bid by Netanyahu’s rival to form a new Israeli government enters final, fraught stretch
    • 10 Lithium Stocks to Buy Despite the Market’s Irrationality
    • Inside Purdue Pharma’s Media Playbook: How It Planted the Opioid “Anti-Story”
    • Homeless services in Alaska face uncertain future as state cuts back
    • Does Trump Have a Bunch of ‘Losers’ to Thank for a Growing Economy?
    • The Worst Is Over For Oil Markets
    • Brazil Amazon deforestation soars to 11-year high under Bolsonaro

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    Daily Digest 11/18 – Saudi Arabia Puts $1.7T Price Tag On Oil Monopoly, 70% Of Americans Are ‘Struggling Financially’

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, November 18, 2019, 7:44 AM

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    • ‘We can’t take it anymore’: As Lebanon economy skids, jobs in firing line
    • 70% of Americans say they are struggling financially
    • Trump ignores Pentagon advice and intervenes in military war crimes cases
    • Hong Kong protesters confront police to try to free campus allies
    • ‘Absolutely No Mercy’: Leaked Files Expose How China Organized Mass Detentions of Muslims
    • Amazon rolls out ‘Amazon Pharmacy’ branding to PillPack
    • Egon von Greyerz: Unprecedented Risk – Are You 50% Gold
    • Food shortages cripple Bolivia, new elections still uncertain
    • San Francisco And NYC Begin To See The Ugly Side Of Socialism
    • YouTube says it will crack down on recommending conspiracy videos
    • Exclusive: Haiti’s president warns of humanitarian crisis, calls for support
    • Cybercrime Booms As Scammers Hack Human Nature To Steal Billions
    • Oh that it should come to this, part 15 – The Earth War
    • China Reports 3 Cases Of The Most Dangerous Type Of Plague
    • The world’s most valuable company: Saudi Arabia puts $1.7 trillion price tag on its oil monopoly
    • Venice hit by record third exceptional tide in one week
    • Greens Senate bid to overturn GMO regulation fails

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