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    Daily Digest 8/26 – The World’s Most Surveilled Cities, Why FEMA Is Not Ready for Catastrophes

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    Monday, August 26, 2019, 6:45 AM

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    • Trump heaps another 5% tariff on Chinese goods in latest tit-for-tat escalation
    • The Latest: Trump defends ordering companies to leave China
    • China pledges to fight trade war ‘to the end’ and hits back at Donald Trump’s ‘barbaric’ tariffs
    • The No. 1 sign your money will survive a recession, according to a financial planner
    • Reports say stolen Hy-Vee account information being sold
    • U.S. tariffs on China borne by Americans, unlikely to resolve trade imbalances: IMF experts
    • World Bank bans Chinese companies again for financial crimes
    • U.S. Steel to idle Indiana plant, 150 jobs at risk
    • CBP refuses to publicly reveal how many migrants are sick with contagious diseases
    • Here’s exactly what it cost to buy my 3-bedroom, 2-bath house near Daytona Beach, Florida
    • Opinion: The U.S. can slash health-care costs 75% with 2 fundamental changes — and without ‘Medicare for All’
    • Here’s how much more money you’d have if you delayed retirement until 70, according to Stanford researchers
    • 3 Ways to Earn Extra Income in Retirement
    • World needs to end risky reliance on U.S. dollar: BoE’s Carney
    • Will China Overtake the U.S. in Artificial Intelligence Research?
    • French police fire tear gas at anti-G7 protesters near summit
    • Why the U.S. Disaster Agency Is Not Ready for Catastrophes
    • Why protests are becoming increasingly faceless
    • The world’s most-surveilled cities
    • A trail of ‘bloody gold’ leads to Venezuela’s government
    • Scoop: Trump suggested nuking hurricanes to stop them from hitting U.S.
    • Farmers Need a Bill of Rights
    • Brazil dispatches troops, military aircraft to battle Amazon forest fires
    • Plan allows drilling, grazing near national monument in Utah
    • Russian officials blame cesium exposure on ‘Fukushima crabs’

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    Daily Digest 6/24 – Nervous Retirees Are Too Scared to Spend, What Happens To Retailers If There’s A Recession?

    by Daily Digest

    Saturday, August 24, 2019, 8:34 AM

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    • US has 501,000 fewer jobs than first reported
    • Indexing Capital Gains Would Be Yet Another Tax Cut for Top 1 Percent
    • How to become a corporate CEO scam artist in five easy steps
    • Dow skids 500 points lower, stock market wipes out weekly gains as Trump appears to mandate that U.S. companies make products ‘home’
    • CBO report warns of China trade feud, rising federal deficit
    • Iran moves to strike 4 zeroes from its battered currency
    • 30-year mortgage rate falls to its lowest level in nearly three years
    • Retailers struggled during boom times. What happens if there’s a recession?
    • China’s currency is at its lowest level in a decade — and US exporters will pay the price
    • Derogatory student loan debt is growing at ‘stunning’ pace, Fed report says
    • The Real Reasons Why The Media Is Suddenly Admitting To The Recession Threat
    • China says hopes U.S. stops wrong tariff action, vows to retaliate if new levies imposed
    • Nervous Retirees Are Too Scared to Spend
    • China reveals new counterterrorism unit in Xinjiang
    • Pentagon cancels billion-dollar missile defense project
    • Banks call for order in Hong Kong as jewelers warn of trade fair dud
    • Volkswagen not interested in buying Tesla stake
    • If “Emissions” Actually Mattered…
    • The Electric Vehicle Revolution Is About To Get Messy
    • The Green New Deal: Less About Climate, More About Control
    • UN: Don’t worry about drinking microplastics in water
    • Amazon tribe looks on helplessly as rainforest is destroyed by man and fire

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    Daily Digest 8/23 – Good News Friday: Breakthrough Coral Breeding Technology Developed, A Night Under The Stars

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, August 23, 2019, 4:46 AM

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    • Four-in-one pill prevents third of heart problems
    • Trump signs order to eliminate student loan debt for disabled veterans
    • What if We All Ate a Bit Less Meat?
    • FBI takes down alleged Nigerian fraudsters in $46-million case based in Los Angeles
    • Zaha Hadid Architects carves out sculptural flood protection barrier in Hamburg
    • Beginning today, you won’t be able to buy plastic bottles of water at San Francisco International Airport
    • A night under the stars
    • Florida scientists announce coral breeding breakthrough; could save global reefs

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    Daily Digest 8/22 – 22 TX Towns Hit With Ransomware Attack, What Happens In A Recession?

    by Daily Digest

    Thursday, August 22, 2019, 8:15 AM

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    • Italy’s Government Collapses, Turning Chaos Into Crisis
    • What Happens In A Recession?
    • Mortgage Market Reopens to Risky Borrowers
    • 22 Texas Towns Hit With Ransomware Attack In ‘New Front’ Of Cyberassault
    • ‘I am the Chosen One,’ Trump proclaims as he defends trade war with China
    • You Can Finally See All Of The Info Facebook Collected About You From Other Websites
    • The dog is one of the world’s most destructive mammals. Brazil proves it.
    • Mother dies of Ebola in Congo’s South Kivu province, baby under care
    • Florida officials are investigating why panthers are seen stumbling and falling down
    • Buy Physical Gold ‘At Any Level’ Says Mobius As It Will Go ‘Up, Up And Up’
    • Texas shale towns grapple with growth as oil-bust fears fade
    • How Much Crude Oil Has The World Really Consumed?
    • Shale Bleeds Cash Despite Best Quarter In Years
    • The Global Food Supply is Delicate. Climate Change Is Making Things Worse.
    • Smoke from Amazon wildfires plunges Sao Paulo into darkness in middle of day
    • New plastic pollution formed by fire looks like rocks

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    Daily Digest 8/21 – Germany Likely To Head Into Recession, New Money Flees Negative Rates for American Credit

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 8:01 AM

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    • ‘Everyone’s health insurance is more expensive’ as more Americans manage chronic diseases
    • Wall of New Money’ Flees Negative Rates for American Credit
    • More eurozone stimulus expected after inflation revised down
    • Germany likely to head into recession, central bank warns
    • Australia’s central bank board discussed unconventional policy at August meeting
    • Zero is good for Spain, Portugal, and Ireland
    • Argentina’s opposition candidate says the country cannot pay IMF loan back, wants renegotiation
    • Germany prepares to sell 30-year bond with no coupon
    • Denmark’s Jyske Bank imposes negative interest rates
    • Zeppelins stopped flying after the Hindenburg disaster. Now scientists want to bring them back.
    • Thousands of autonomous delivery robots are about to descend on US college campuses
    • Scientists discover stardust in Antarctic snow

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    Daily Digest 8/20 – WH Insists Economy Fundamentals ‘Very Strong,’ Asia’s Future Is Now

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 7:09 AM

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    • Trump Says a Recession Isn’t Possible Because Everyone Is Rich
    • White House insists fundamentals of US economy ‘very strong’
    • Twitter Shuts Down 200,000 Chinese Accounts Targeting Hong Kong Protests
    • Asia’s future is now
    • Conspiracy Theories Might Sound Crazy, But Here’s Why Experts Say We Can No Longer Ignore Them
    • Silicon Valley’s Crisis of Conscience
    • Aramco IPO Could Spell Disaster For Big Oil
    • Is Renewable Hydrogen A Threat To Natural Gas?
    • Earth’s inner core is doing something weird

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    Daily Digest 8/19 – China Prepares Trade War ‘Nuclear Option,’ Bay Area Is Booming – And Bracing For Slowdown

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, August 19, 2019, 8:47 AM

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    • ‘You have to vote for me’ or stock market will crash, Trump says at rally
    • Fed’s Powell must signal a more aggressive stance on rates at Jackson Hole or stocks will tumble, James Bianco warns
    • Asset Managers With $74 Trillion on Brink of Historic Shakeout
    • The CEOs of nearly 200 companies just said shareholder value is no longer their main objective
    • China prepares its ‘nuclear option’ in trade war
    • The Bay Area is booming — and bracing for a slowdown
    • Trump says China talks ‘productive’; Beijing vows tariff retaliation
    • Trump Held Call With Dimon, Moynihan, Corbat as Markets Plunged
    • UK faces food, fuel and drug shortages, says contested leaked document
    • Trump’s Fall 2019 China Tariff Plan: Five Things You Need to Know
    • Does An Inverted Yield Curve Always Predict A Recession?
    • Amid the Kale and Corn, Fears of White Supremacy at the Farmers’ Market
    • Singapore to Raise Retirement Age With Power Transition Approaching
    • China Shifts Purchase Priorities From Manufacturing Materials to Food
    • Oh that it should come to this, Part 11
    • The Massive ‘Pig Ebola’ Epidemic Will Give Trump Big Leverage In His Trade Standoff With China
    • Designer babies are on the way. We’re not ready
    • Oil Rebounds After Economic Data Dampens Recession Fears
    • OPEC Turns Bearish On Oil
    • Russia nuclear monitoring sites lost contact after mystery blast: report
    • Iceland bids farewell to first glacier lost to climate change
    • Scientists bid farewell to the first Icelandic glacier lost to climate change. If more melt, it can be disastrous
    • The North Atlantic’s Mystery Spot

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    Daily Digest 8/17 – Five Risks Facing The U.S. Economy, Nearly Half Of U.S. Adults Have Layoff Anxiety

    by Daily Digest

    Saturday, August 17, 2019, 8:46 AM

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    • The trade war is already lost, Trump is doomed and this investment is about to go ‘ballistic,’ strategist says
    • Wells Fargo closed company’s accounts, but the fees continued to mount
    • Here are five risks facing the US economy
    • Consumer Confidence Crashes As Rate-Cut Triggered “Apprehensions About A Recession”
    • U.S. Weighs Selling 50- and 100-Year Bonds After Yields Plummet
    • Top U.S. medical centers roll out DNA sequencing clinics for healthy (and often wealthy) clients
    • GE On The “Verge of Insolvency” Claims Whistleblower Report
    • Argentine Crisis 2019: 5 Things People are doing to Prepare
    • The Battle of the ‘Flations has Begun
    • Nearly Half Of U.S. Adults Have Layoff Anxiety: Survey
    • The ‘bloodbath’ in America’s trucking industry has officially spilled over to the rest of the economy
    • UPS Has Been Delivering Cargo in Self-Driving Trucks for Months And No One Knew
    • And Now, the Really Big Coal Plants Begin to Close
    • Deere struggles as farmers fret about the trade war
    • Why there is ‘shock and distrust’ among U.S. farmers
    • E.P.A. Backtracks on Use of ‘Cyanide Bombs’ to Kill Wild Animals
    • First-ever mandatory water cutbacks will kick in next year along the Colorado River
    • The West Is Trading Water for Cash. The Water Is Running Out
    • You could be swallowing a credit card’s weight in plastic every week

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    Daily Digest 8/16 – Good News Friday: A Cure For Ebola In The Congo, Rethinking The Link Between Crime And Incarceration

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, August 16, 2019, 8:16 AM

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    • Ine Chicago, Rethinking The Link Between Crime And Incarceration
    • The No. 1 job in America with the ‘best career opportunities’ pays $112,000 a year — and it’s not in tech
    • Actually, Gender-Neutral Pronouns Can Change A Culture
    • A Cure for Ebola? Two New Treatments Prove Highly Effective in Congo
    • Uber Driver Surprises Fast Food Worker With New Clothes After Hearing About Her Christmas Wish
    • Historic First: Wind Turbines Deliver More Energy Than Coal in Texas–the Largest Consumer of Coal in US
    • New York decriminalizes marijuana use
    • Coke and Pepsi abandon the plastics lobby
    • Report: How restoring polluted Great Lakes waters leads to cities’ rebirth
    • This Tasty Seaweed Reduces Cow Emissions by 99%—and It Could Soon Be a Climate Gamechanger

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    Daily Digest 8/15 – Recession Fears Just Hit 8-Year High, How Arctic Wildfires Change The World

    by Daily Digest

    Thursday, August 15, 2019, 7:42 AM

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    • Recession fears just hit an 8-year high for the biggest investors on Wall Street
    • Dow tanks 800 points in worst day of 2019 after bond market sends recession warning
    • Banks are paying people to borrow money, and that’s alarming news for the global economy
    • Gold could hit $2,000 in a world full of negative yields
    • Global Economic Trouble Is Brewing, and the Trade War Is Only Part of It
    • Bond Rally Charges On With 30-Year Treasury Yields Below 2%
    • Mortgage rates fall below 4% and refis explode as rates tumble
    • Macy’s CEO Jeff Gennette: Shoppers have ‘no appetite’ for price increases from looming tariffs
    • China: Paper Tiger
    • Study Finds Rise In ‘Doomsday Prepping’ Due To Mainstream American ‘Culture Of Fear’
    • US ambassador threatens to withdraw troops from Germany
    • Our Galaxy’s Black Hole Suddenly Lit Up and Nobody Knows Why
    • K.I.S.S. Strategy – Part One
    • ‘This will be catastrophic’: Maine families face elder boom, worker shortage in preview of nation’s future
    • The Average US Farm Is $1.3 Million In Debt, And Now The Worst Farming Crisis In Modern History Is Upon Us
    • Russia Urges Villagers to Leave Radioactive Blast Site
    • NASA studies how Arctic wildfires change the world
    • Wildfires above the Arctic Circle in Greenland and Alaska
    • ‘It is raining plastic’: Scientists find colorful microplastic in rain
    • Microplastics Are Airborne, Polluted Arctic Snow Reveals

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