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Category Archives: Daily Digest

  • Daily Digest

    Daily Digest 6/7 – Good News Friday: CO To Cap Price Of Insulin, America’s Largest Public Food Forest

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    Friday, June 7, 2019, 9:00 AM

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    • FCC’s robocall blocking plan may finally give you some relief
    • House passes family leave with support of Lamont
    • Colorado becomes first state in nation to cap price of insulin
    • Boulder County commissioners see permanent supportive housing as potential homelessness solution
    • One of the largest environmental protests ever is underway. It’s led by children.
    • Lawyers are optimistic that the youths’ climate change lawsuit will go to trial
    • Brazilian couple spends 20 years planting millions of trees on a barren cattle ranch to create a 1,750-acre paradise for animals pushed out by deforestation
    • Seven acres of vacant Atlanta land to become nation’s largest public food forest

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    Daily Digest 6/6 – Climate Change Could Pose ‘Existential Threat’ By 2050, The Real Cost Of Tariffs On Mexico

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    Thursday, June 6, 2019, 9:07 AM

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    • U.S. Manufacturing Index Dips to Lowest Level in Almost a Decade
    • World marks 30 years since Tiananmen massacre as China censors all mention
    • Venezuela Defaults on Gold Swap With Deutsche Bank
    • The real cost of Trump’s tariffs on Mexico, explained
    • U.S. Companies Add Fewest Jobs Since 2010, ADP Data Show
    • New York school district pauses on facial recognition system
    • A bill to halt facial recognition tech in schools
    • The Peasants’ Revolt
    • Facebook wants to send ’emotional’ robots to explore the world on tank-style tracks and scan the faces of people to ‘help users make friends’
    • Crypto Commons
    • Truth, Lies and Inflation
    • A Look at the Future of Lithium Ion Batteries
    • Oilfield Services Feel The Pain As Crude Prices Drop
    • Elon Musk’s mega-constellations of Starlink artificial satellites will taint our view of the night sky, warn astronomers
    • Climate change could pose ‘existential threat’ by 2050: report
    • Ocean Acidification Innovation Act of 2019

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    Daily Digest 6/5 – Japan’s Pension System Inadequate In Aging Society, Rare Earth Metals Caught in Trade War

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 6:22 AM

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    • Japan’s pension system inadequate in aging society, council warns
    • Australia’s central bank cuts rates to record lows as growth sags
    • Global Manufacturing Shrinks Amid Wall Street Recession Warning
    • The Huge Asset Bubble You Aren’t Paying Attention To
    • Inflation’s decline puts pressure back on ECB
    • Civil War II Weather Report: Spicy Time Coming
    • KLM Airlines wants to help build a more efficient jet with in-wing seating
    • Number of Homeless People Jumps 12% Across L.A. County to Nearly 59,000
    • Rare Earth Metals Caught in Trade War
    • North American Imports Of OPEC Crude Oil Drop In 2018
    • Heat, not drought, will drive lower crop yields, researchers say

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    Daily Digest 6/4 – Millennials Poorer Than Their Parents, Temps Exceed 50C In Northern India

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, June 4, 2019, 7:30 AM

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    • Druckenmiller Piled Into Treasuries on Trump’s China Tweet
    • Quest Diagnostics says 11.9 million patients affected by data breach
    • Uncomfortable Questions on a Suffering, Paralyzed Nation
    • Moscow ‘withdraws hundreds of key defense advisers from Venezuela with just a few dozen now left in the country’ in a fresh blow to President Maduro
    • Mysterious light is spotted ‘moving at a high speed’ above multiple Chinese cities, sparking media speculation Beijing is secretly testing ‘a hypersonic nuclear missile that can reach the US’
    • JAMA study: The cost of brand-name prescription drugs doubles every 7 to 8 years
    • Millennials’ habits are threatening countless industries — but a new report says it’s only because they’re poorer than their parents
    • Is Trump Reversing Course On Iran?
    • FDA confirms PFAS chemicals are in the US food supply
    • India weather: Temperature passes 50C Celsius in northern India

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    Daily Digest 6/3 – U.S. Prepared To Talk To Iran With ‘No Preconditions’, Wall St. Wakes Up To Peak Car

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, June 3, 2019, 7:49 AM

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    • Chinese warships cause surprise in Sydney Harbour
    • Trump’s New Tariff Actions: A Wakeup Call to Global Markets
    • U.S. prepared to talk to Iran with ‘no preconditions’, Iran sees ‘word-play’
    • China, Mexico Signal Willingness to Step Up Trade Talks With U.S.
    • U.S. Officials Meet in Secret Over Junk-Loan Frenzy as Recession Alarms Flash
    • Majority of Americans Don’t Know They’ve Been Affected by a Data Breach
    • Google resolves cloud outage that took down YouTube, Snapchat, and Discord
    • NASA taps 3 companies for commercial moon missions
    • ‘The pain is just beginning’: After 38,000 layoffs, Wall Street wakes up to ‘peak car’
    • Suncoast residents urged to get vaccinated against measles
    • Nearly 8 Months After Hurricane Michael, Florida Panhandle Feels Left Behind

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    Daily Digest 6/1 – AI Learns Teamwork, How Clean Is “Freedom Gas”?

    by Daily Digest

    Saturday, June 1, 2019, 4:00 PM

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    • North Korea executes envoy to failed U.S. summit -media; White House monitoring
    • Let’s Discuss Brexit (and How the EU Bragged, on Film, About Screwing the UK)
    • Financial Advisers, Future Predictions, and Three-Breasted Mars Women
    • Artificial intelligence learns teamwork in a deadly game of capture the flag
    • Is This the Universal Basic Income That Americans Will Buy?
    • Oh that it should come to this
    • How Clean Is “Freedom Gas”?
    • Who keeps buying California’s scarce water? Saudi Arabia

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    Daily Digest 5/31 – Good News Friday: Hope In A Changing Climate, Amsterdam Getting Rid Of Diesel & Gas Vehicles

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, May 31, 2019, 7:07 AM

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    • Complex life may only exist because of millions of years of groundwork by ancient fungi
    • National Spelling Bee, at a Loss for Words, Crowns 8 Co-Champions
    • The Hyperloop Concept Is Finally Growing Up
    • Zero emissions: Amsterdam is boldly getting rid of diesel and gas vehicles.
    • First ever solar eclipse film brought back to life
    • Hope in a Changing Climate – by John D. Liu
    • How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change | Allan Savory
    • From ridicule to hero: The history of the eco-warrior

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    Daily Digest 5/30 – Crop Catastrophe In The Midwest, Amazon To Cut Ties With Many Small Vendors

    by Daily Digest

    Thursday, May 30, 2019, 7:44 AM

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    • China Gears Up to Weaponize Rare Earths in Trade War
    • A Million People Could Lose Their Pensions If Congress Doesn’t Act
    • Dressbarn, CVS, Pier 1 and Topshop shuttering stores, pushing planned closures to 7,150
    • After Destroying Brick and Mortars, Amazon Reportedly Planning to Cut Ties With Thousands of Small Vendors
    • From Colombia, Venezuelan defectors arm themselves to ‘liberate’ their homeland
    • In Venezuela, criminals feel the pinch of an economic crisis
    • Silver – Eight Years Later
    • Serbian troops on full alert after Kosovo police arrests
    • Miliband: Ebola situation is getting worse
    • Globalists Only Need One More Major Event To Finish Sabotaging The Economy
    • In Rural West Texas, Illegal Border Crossings Are Routine For U.S. Citizens
    • South Sudan struggles to increase oil production after war
    • IEA rings alarm bell on phasing out nuclear energy
    • Crop Catastrophe In The Midwest – Latest USDA Crop Progress Report Indicates That A Nightmare Scenario Is Upon Us

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    Daily Digest 5/29 – Big Economies Falter In Latin America, ‘American Soil’ Increasingly Foreign Owned

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    Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 6:25 AM

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    • Illinois to ask residents to vote on how income tax is levied on 2020 ballot
    • China’s First Bank Seizure Since 1998 Shows Hidden Loan Risk
    • China showing signs similar to Japanese housing bubble that led to its ‘lost decades’, expert warns
    • EU likely to start disciplinary steps vs Italy in June over debt
    • Lost Decade Specter Haunts Latin America as Big Economies Falter
    • Americans are old and having fewer kids. That’s a huge risk to the economy
    • A high level financial discussion on where the economy is heading with Jeff Gundlach & Danielle DiMartino Booth
    • Eliminating Free Speech The Smart Way
    • ‘American Soil’ Is Increasingly Foreign Owned
    • GM plans own large EV charging network in the US, can’t be bothered to invest in it itself
    • By Crashing Walmart Meeting, Sanders Provides Preview Of Socialism Under His Watch
    • Electric truck maker and prospective GM plant buyer Workhorse ‘barely hanging on,’ report says
    • Last male Sumatran rhino in Malaysia dies, eliminating chance of saving the species in the country

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    Daily Digest 5/28 – SE Asia Vows To Return Western Rubbish, Why America Can’t Solve Homelessness

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, May 28, 2019, 8:06 AM

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    • Amazon Is Poised to Unleash a Long-Feared Purge of Small Supplier
    • Morgan Stanley: If The Trade War Doesn’t End Soon, It Will Cause Enough Economic Erosion To Crash Markets
    • Americans are doing a poor job at saving for retirement, according to the Federal Reserve
    • Why America Can’t Solve Homelessness
    • ‘Dear NIMBYs’ — An Open Letter From A Homeless Woman In LA
    • Cruel and Unusual: A Guide to California’s Broken Prisons and the Fight to Fix Them
    • Sydney facing first water restrictions in a decade as drought grips New South Wales
    • As recycling struggles it’s still vital – and it’s still not nearly enough
    • Treated like trash: south-east Asia vows to return mountains of rubbish from west

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