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Daily Digest 6/23 - Europe's Tariffs Take Effect, How To Survive In A Warmer World

Saturday, June 23, 2018, 9:58 AM
  • Deleting Your Online DNA Data Is Brutally Difficult
  • Can U.S. Exporters Survive China's Retaliatory Tariffs?
  • Take that, America. Europe's tariffs take effect
  • America’s Debt Dependence Makes It An Easy Economic Target
  • The High Cost of Prescription Drugs in the United States
  • The health care industry is bound to collapse soon, experts say
  • How a McDonald's receipt crippled an elite drug-fighting team
  • EU citizens will have to complete these three steps to stay in the UK after Brexit
  • What The Supreme Court's Internet Sales Tax Ruling Says About The State Of Retail
  • Almost 1,000 People Injured, Killed in Terrorist Attacks By Refugees
  • Over 100 Amazon employees, including senior software engineers, signed a letter asking Jeff Bezos to stop selling facial-recognition software to police
  • Why Gold’s Tumble Signals Confidence in U.S. Economy
  • China’s plastic waste ban will leave 111 million tons of trash with nowhere to go
  • China Just Handed the World a 111-Million-Ton Trash Problem
  • What Impact Does the Environment Have on Us?
  • How to Survive in a Warmer World 
  • The 6 most pressing environmental issues—and what you can do to help solve them
  • River Eels Are Getting High on Cocaine and Humans Are to Blame
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Daily Digest 6/22 - Good News Friday: The Most Important Skill Nobody Taught You, Foods That Reduce Anxiety

Friday, June 22, 2018, 11:14 AM
  • The most important skill nobody taught you
  • Residents fight crime with Neighborhood Watch program
  • 5 Reasons helping other people will help you
  • Basic income could work—if you do it Canada-style
  • One of the World’s Largest Steam Locomotives Is About to Make a Triumphant Return
  • Drinking This Much Coffee Could Help Keep Your Heart Healthy, Study Suggests
  • 7 Ways Communities Can Help Each Other in Emergencies
  • Eat to Beat Stress: 10 Foods That Reduce Anxiety
  • NASA unveils bold new plan to protect Earth from asteroids
  • Putting Garbage to Good Use with Waste-to-Energy
  • New Energy Source: Scientists Discover Technology That Could Power 70 Percent Of U.S.
  • B.C. fish farms will require Indigenous consent
  • Antarctica Is Getting Taller, and Here’s Why
  • Frozen Bubble Formations and Shards of Snow Captured in Alaska’s Swamps and Ponds by Ryota Kajita
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Daily Digest 6/21 - Ethics On The Battlefield, Is Detroit Really Making A Comeback?

Thursday, June 21, 2018, 10:36 AM
  • Chinese investment in the United States has plummeted 92% this year
  • What happened when Walmart left
  • How the Koch Brothers Are Killing Public Transit Projects Around the Country
  • Trade Brawls Get World's Top Central Bankers Worried for Growth
  • Puerto Rico's new law moves to privatize power grid nine months after Hurricane Maria
  • Ethics on the battlefield
  • Why More Young Married Couples Are Keeping Separate Bank Accounts
  • More Americans living without partners, especially young adults
  • Housing markets across the country show dire warning signs — in West Coast tech hubs, it’s worse
  • Heavy Rains Bring Floods To Areas Of Texas Hit By Harvey
  • The Big Cycle
  • Is Detroit Really Making a Comeback?
  • Wednesday Cannabis and Metal Explorer Update
  • The Permian Faces Shut Ins Due To Oil Pipeline Shortage
  • How Are Farmers Affording High Land Prices?
  • Time to Get Real. There Aren’t Plenty of Fish in the Sea and It’s Our Fault
  • Looking for signs of global warming? It's all around you
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Daily Digest 6/20 - NM Pension Liabilities Trigger Credit Downgrade, Biggest Economies 'Not Prepared For Another Recession'

Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 10:51 AM
  • New Mexico pension liabilities trigger credit downgrade
  • Budget takes aim at pension costs in Palo Alto
  • Spanish deaths outpace births at fastest rate since records began in 1941
  • Faced with multi-million dollar deficit, Santa Maria City Council to consider options Tuesday
  • Brazil, India corporate debt most vulnerable to rate hikes, McKinsey says
  • U.S. Utilities Cut to Negative in First as Moody's Warns of Debt
  • Britain may issue more 50-year bonds this year, debt office chief says
  • Russia cuts Treasury holdings in half as foreigners start losing appetite for US debt
  • Summers Warns the Biggest Economies Are Not Prepared for Another Recession
  • ECB seeks compromise solution to banks' bad loans problem
  • Japan’s Central Bank Should Face Up to Zero-Price Growth, Ex-Official Says
  • Cook County faces $177 million in deficits over next two budget years
  • Tale of the box: Size matters when it comes to automation
  • As Nashville Rapidly Expands, Residents Worry the Metropolis Is Growing Too Fast
  • The Sacred Immigrant
  • The Really Surprising Thing People Get Wrong In Retirement — And 4 Steps To Overcome It
  • NowUKnow: Why Millennials Refuse to Get Married
  • Google Is Training Machines to Predict When a Patient Will Die
  • Idaho Child Diagnosed with State's First Case of Plague in Humans Since 1992
  • How party dips can give you Norovirus and even herpes (and sour cream is the worst for spreading bacteria)
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Daily Digest 6/19 - Demographics And Destiny, Where Will U.S. Frackers Drill Next?

Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 9:17 AM
  • Demographics And Destiny: This Pension Train Has No Seat Belts
  • Police Use of Facial Recognition With License Databases Spur Privacy Concerns
  • What’s Really Happening When Asylum-Seeking Families Are Separated?
  • How Big Tech brought back the barter economy
  • Stay-at-home mothers a drain on the economy? Actually, the problem might lie with men
  • Living On Spare Change: One Millennial's Life Without A Home
  • ‘Gaming disorder’ is officially recognized by the World Health Organization
  • It's Time to Tell the Kids: If You Don't Do Well in High School, You Won't Do Well in College (or on the Job)
  • EMS Staff Used 'Date-Rape Drug' On People At Cops' Request
  • How AI will reshape the logistics and transportation industry
  • Foreigners buy record number of U.S. homes despite fears of immigration crackdown
  • Who's Powering the Housing Market? Surprise! It's Millennials
  • Norway tests tiny electric plane, sees passenger flights by 2025
  • Where Will U.S. Frackers Drill Next?
  • China's tariffs on U.S. oil would disrupt $1 billion monthly business
  • US Announces US$300 Million in Payments for Cotton Producers
  • Brazil to harden line on U.S. farm aid post Doha
  • Veggie trays recalled after 78 sickened by parasite
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Daily Digest 6/18 - The Grizzlies Are Coming, Where Does Disaster Strike Again and Again?

Monday, June 18, 2018, 11:05 AM
  • 4 Things Futurist Alvin Toffler Predicted About Work Back in 1970
  • Do You Feel Like You’re Being Positioned For What May Come?
  • The Places in the U.S. Where Disaster Strikes Again and Again
  • It’s All Too Much, and We Still Have to Care
  • Here We Go Again: Our Double-Bubble Economy
  • Texas Bullion Depository Open for Business; Sets the Stage to Challenge Federal Government’s Monopoly on Money
  • FI Update: Tottering Pillars
  • On Donald Trump's "Madness" & A New Gold Standard
  • Demolition Crew Strikes Gold In France, Uncovers 600 Historic Gold Coins Worth Over $100K
  • Silver To Climb 11% In Next Three Months - German-Based Research Firm
  • Here Is The Stunning Reason Why Treasury Yields Blew Out In April
  • Rise of the machines: has technology evolved beyond our control?
  • The View From Olympus: The Big One
  • Overconfident Students, Dubious Employers
  • OPEC Back “In the Driver’s Seat”
  • Can You Retire Comfortably If You Only Work a Part-Time Job?
  • 5 Signs You Will Never Retire
  • Unbearable damage: Foresters look to protect trees from black bears
  • The Grizzlies Are Coming
  • The 8 Best Survival Food Companies to Buy in 2018
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Daily Digest 6/16 - IQ Scores Are Falling, Antarctic Ice Melt Has Tripled in Five Years

Saturday, June 16, 2018, 11:33 AM
  • A new AI can focus on one voice in a crowd
  • Missouri chaos continues: Mizzou lays off 30 in wake of $49 million shortfall
  • Currencies – Truth and Confidence
  • US farmers 'nervous,' as China threat of 25 percent tariffs on soybeans could cause pain
  • "Deep Freeze!" --Early Earth Froze Over in a Geological 'Blink of an Eye'
  • Miami and Fort Lauderdale have highest rate of new HIV diagnoses in country
  • IQ scores are falling and have been for decades, new study finds
  • Berkeley Scholar Admits "Climate Change Has Run Its Course"
  • Michigan now has nation's toughest rules for lead in drinking water
  • As many as 42 percent of Baltimore police officers on patrol last month were working overtime
  • The Next Plague Is Coming. Is America Ready?
  • Idaho Child Diagnosed With the Plague, Officials Confirm
  • We aren't ready for a solar storm smackdown
  • “We Didn’t Have This Green Thing”
  • Iran Warns North Korea About The United States
  • The Gravity From Small Objects, Not Planet Nine, Explains Weird Orbits
  • Antarctic Ice Melt Has Tripled in Five Years
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Daily Digest 6/15 - Good News Friday: Money Isn't Everything, Last Straw For Plastic Straws?

Friday, June 15, 2018, 11:30 AM
  • Money Isn’t Everything – Overcome The Greedy Mindset
  • Plant-based diet lowers risk for chronic diseases, weight gain, death
  • Florida judge rules state ban on smokable medical marijuana is unconstitutional
  • Psychedelic drugs change brain cells in ways that could help fight depression, addiction and more
  • By 2022, India vows to stop single-use plastics
  • 20/20 Hindsight and How to Avoid Regret
  • Why Most People Never Learn from Their Mistakes… But Some Do
  • Alabama sisters give birth on same day, around same time, for second time in 9 years
  • Gene therapy reverses rat's paralysis
  • Last Straw For Plastic Straws? Cities, Restaurants Move To Toss These Sippers
  • Surprising discovery: Sweet tooth gene connected with less body fat
  • Mars to Shine Brighter This Summer Than It Has in 15 Years
  • Audi Working to Add Solar Panel Roofs to Future Electric Cars
  • Pros & Cons of Growing Your Own Fruits & Vegetables
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Daily Digest 6/14 - America's Most Dangerous Job, Is Your Bitcoin Investment Safe?

Thursday, June 14, 2018, 9:51 AM
  • Radical plan to split California into three states earns spot on November ballot
  • The 'Real' America: 21.5% Unemployment, 10% Inflation, And Negative Economic Growth
  • Meet Erik Finman, the teenage bitcoin millionaire
  • Crypto hacks: Is your bitcoin investment safe?
  • U.S. Debt Default Causes and Consequences
  • More than a third of American adults take prescription drugs linked to depression, study says
  • Depression Is a Potential Side Effect of Over 200 Common Prescription Drugs, Scientists Warn
  • Disturbing Congress Documents Reveal Even MORE Things That Facebook Knows About You
  • No, White Communities Aren’t Less Safe than Diverse Ones
  • What’s one of America’s most dangerous jobs? It’s not what you think. 
  • Musk Delivers 1,000 "Not a Flamethrower" Units: 20,000 Sold at $500 Each
  • Rocks Under I-95 Present Odd, and Scary, Threat to Power Grid
  • Bleak New Figures Show Just How Unaffordable Rent Is In Every U.S. State
  • Merk Research U.S. Equity Market Chart Book
  • The Permian Faces A Long Term Natural Gas Crisis
  • Will we ever colonise an asteroid?
  • 'Lost' NASA Tapes Show Humans Sort of Caused Global Warming on the Moon Too
  • How Do GMOs Impact People and the Environment – and Do They Produce More Food? 
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Daily Digest 6/13 - We Can't Repay Our Government's Debts, Life Without The Internet

Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 7:34 AM
  • Venezuela annual inflation hits 24,600 percent in May: National Assembly
  • Consumer prices jump 2.8 percent for biggest increase in more than six years
  • As city worker OT surges, so does pressure on pension costs (New York)
  • KRS approves $1.5 million in legal fees as San Francisco money manager brings pension systems to court (Kentucky)
  • Pension Budget Raided To Plug $14M City Deficit (New Haven)
  • Chicago Schools Need $3 Billion In Repairs, Yet CPS Spends Big On New Construction
  • Opinion: Italy never should have joined the euro, and the ECB can’t rescue it from its next crisis
  • Average Phoenix household has $12,000 in credit card debt, report says
  • We can't repay our government's debts
  • Brazil’s central bank in firepower test with currency speculators
  • The $1.5 Trillion Student Debt Bubble Is About To Pop
  • How nuclear war would affect Earth’s climate
  • Life Without The Internet
  • More than half of Millennials expect to be millionaires someday, according to a new study
  • How Much Radiation Can People Survive?