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Daily Digest 12/10 - How To Quit Google, Why You Can’t Afford A Home

Monday, December 10, 2018, 10:40 AM
  • U.K. Tells Supermarkets to Maximize Stockpiles Before Brexit
  • The Comprehensive Guide to Quitting Google
  • Why you can’t afford a home
  • Ammon Bundy Is Quitting The Militia Movement After Breaking With Trump On Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric
  • The FBI says the Proud Boys are not an extremist group after all
  • Dow 10,000
  • The West Slips Down Another Step
  • Solar arrays spark neighbors’ outrage
  • Texas and New Mexico shale basins hold 49 years worth of oil: USGS
  • Did Dow Chemical Fake Safety Studies on Brain-Damaging Chlorpyrifos?
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Daily Digest 12/8 - Google’s “Shadow Workforce” Has Demands, Why The Speed Of Rising Greenhouse Gases Matters

Saturday, December 8, 2018, 11:49 AM
  • American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
  • Beige Book report shows economy still solid as workers gain greater power
  • Google’s “Shadow Workforce” Has Demands
  • Wells Fargo reform plans fail to satisfy Fed after scandals: sources
  • Alphabet is coming for Uber
  • Aphria: The Aftermath Of Short Seller Accusations
  • Allegations of G.O.P. Election Fraud Shake North Carolina’s Ninth District
  • Amazon workers hospitalized after warehouse robot releases bear repellent
  • Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert submits $4.6 billion proposal to save Sears
  • 2nd deadliest Ebola outbreak in history spreads to major city, raising new challenges for containment
  • Ebola spreads to major Congo city as vaccines a concern
  • Selco on the Riots in France, False News, and Manipulated Rage: “Every riot can be the start of SHTF”
  • World's biggest oil traders paid bribes in Brazil scandal -prosecutors
  • Volkswagen Phasing Out Conventional Vehicles, May Build Cars At Ford Factories In US
  • As US coal use drops to 1979 levels, EPA may ease rules on new coal plants
  • OPEC and allies agree to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day
  • OPEC members say production cut coming, specifics TBD; U.S. crude oil -4%
  • California Gives Final OK To Require Solar Panels On New Houses
  • California's record wildfire season is set to deliver a new, devastating disaster
  • Mass extinctions and climate change: why the speed of rising greenhouse gases matters
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Daily Digest 12/7 - Good News Friday: Adapting The Grid To Clean Energy, Maersk To Cut Carbon Emissions To Zero By 2050

Friday, December 7, 2018, 10:42 AM
  • NYC sets $17 an hour minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers
  • A big new review of the evidence finds that prescription heroin works
  • Neo-Nazis Have No First Amendment Right to Harassment, Judge Rules
  • Human Connectome Project
  • Burger King is giving away 1-cent Whoppers...at McDonald's
  • Clean energy technologies threaten to overwhelm the grid. Here’s how it can adapt.
  • Shell To Become First Oil Major Linking Emissions With Executive Pay
  • Maersk pledges to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050
  • Young Activists Can Sue Government Over Climate Change, Supreme Court Says
  • Colorado Land Returned to the Ute Indian Tribe
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Daily Digest 12/6 - The Trade Truce Won't Last, How Low Will Gas Prices Go?

Thursday, December 6, 2018, 10:16 AM
  • The Trade Truce Won’t Last
  • GM lobbyists go into full crisis mode over layoffs
  • Les Gilets Jaunes – A Bright Yellow Sign of Distress
  • Don’t Worry About the Gold Price — China’s Got Your Back
  • Construction spending falls as public works edge out home building
  • Asian stocks pare losses after China hails ‘successful’ trade talks
  • Military warns EMP attack could wipe out America, 'democracy, world order'
  • Beef recall expands to 12M pounds after more than 200 get sick
  • Another Day Older and Deeper In Debt
  • Robot janitors are moving into Walmart
  • Is This The Most Crucial Factor For Oil In 2019?
  • How low will gas prices go?
  • Iraq could be the next to break ranks with OPEC, analyst says
  • From Black to Green: DONG Energy is Now Ørsted
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Daily Digest 12/5 - Hungry Venezuelans Selling Heirlooms To Buy Groceries, What Happens If PG&E Goes Bankrupt?

Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 11:19 AM
  • Hungry Venezuelans are selling gold rings and family heirlooms just to buy groceries
  • Highland Park to hike property tax levy nearly $1M to pay for pensions
  • When Burning Cars in Paris Gets You a Tax Freeze
  • CALMatters: What happens if PG&E goes bankrupt?
  • Puerto Rico lost $43 billion after Hurricane Maria, according to govt. report
  • Cash Is a Star in Rocky Year for Global Markets
  • Batten down the hatches: British bond investors brace for Brexit
  • Missouri State Employees Retirement System likely to need more help from lawmaker
  • Dow dives nearly 800 points on fears of economic slowdown
  • Why it's not time to panic over the bond market's recession signal
  • Wells Fargo computer glitch blamed as hundreds lose their homes
  • It’s Possible (but Unlikely) That the Brits Could Get Another Vote on Brexit
  • Palladium Threatens Gold’s Reign as Most Precious Metal
  • White House Seeks To End EV Federal Tax Credit
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Daily Digest 12/4 - Security Services Cinema, Oil Jumps On Trump-Xi Trade Truce

Tuesday, December 4, 2018, 9:30 AM
  • These numbers show Suze Orman is right about needing $5 million to retire
  • Syria's Last Bastion Of Freedom
  • The Anatomy of a Smart City in 2018
  • JPMorgan Asset Says Cash Better Than Stocks for First Time in Decade
  • Security services cinema – lights, camera, redaction
  • Canada outlaws the mailing of Precious Metals
  • What Scientific Concept Would Improve Everybody's Cognitive Toolkit?
  • Oil Jumps On Trump-Xi Trade Truce
  • Investor pressure drives Royal Dutch Shell to take action on climate change
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Daily Digest 12/3 - NAFTA Formally Canceled, Our Deficits May Finally Be Coming Home To Roost

Monday, December 3, 2018, 8:28 AM
  • Trump will formally cancel NAFTA to press Congress to approve new trade deal
  • Trump, Xi Agree to Temporary Truce in Bid to Contain Trade War
  • Economic Winter And The Coming End Of Globalization
  • Our deficits may finally be coming home to roost
  • “I Hereby Confess Judgment”
  • No Charges Will Be Filed Against The Migrants Arrested In The US Border Clash That Ended With Tear Gas
  • News Networks Fall Short on Climate Story as Dolphins Die on the Beach
  • Dozens injured as 22 tornadoes reported in central Illinois
  • We broke down what climate change will do, region by region
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Daily Digest 12/1 - Measles Surges In U.S., What Is This Green New Deal Anyway?

Saturday, December 1, 2018, 11:12 AM
  • Deutsche Bank Raided in Laundering Probe Going Into 2018
  • Federal agents raid office of lawyer who previously did tax work for Trump
  • Bayer cutting 12,000 jobs in wake of Monsanto deal
  • US ‘Empire of Debt’ will go to war to stop emergence of petro-yuan – Max Keiser
  • China halts work by team on gene-edited babies 
  • White farmers' legal fight against plans to give their land to black South Africans without compensation is thrown out by country's High Court
  • Under Trump, Number Of Uninsured Kids Rose For First Time This Decade
  • As Measles Surges, ‘Decades of Progress’ Are in Jeopardy
  • What Is This Green New Deal Anyway?
  • We Can Pay For A Green New Deal
  • The Bacteria Lurking in American Showerheads
  • Scientist unveils blueprint to save bees and enrich farmers
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Daily Digest 11/30 - Good News Friday: Signs You're Making Progress, The Philosophy Of Hope

Friday, November 30, 2018, 11:27 AM
  • Six Signs You’re Making Great Progress in Life
  • 5 Weeks and Counting: Dutch Church Holds Worship Marathon to Protect Migrant Family
  • The Good News From Africa
  • Want a free country house in Japan? They're giving them away
  • This City’s Overdose Deaths Have Plunged. Can Others Learn From It?
  • Hellbent bikers provide security to Camp Fire evacuees at Chico church
  • Soldier says a stranger's Christmas card got him through the Vietnam War
  • In Our Time: Hope
  • NASA’s InSight Mission Has Touched Down on Mars to Study the Red Planet’s Deep Secrets
  • Tundra-Trailblazing Beavers Shaped How We Coexist
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Daily Digest 11/29 - The Approaching Storm, How The Ultra-Rich Hide Their Properties

Thursday, November 29, 2018, 9:31 AM
  • This Scholar Says the Government Should Buy Stocks When They Plunge
  • Nostalgia - Not So Much
  • Don't Get Distracted By The Trump/Fed Soap Opera - The Crash Will Continue
  • The Approaching Storm
  • Secret luxury homes: how the ultra-rich hide their properties
  • Saudi Arabia Struggles As Oil Prices Crash
  • Dead sea lions are washing up on Puget Sound shores — with bullet holes
  • This town is like thousands that are vulnerable to contaminated water, with no fix in sight
  • California Burning: How the Greens Turned the Golden State Brown – American Greatness
  • Climate Solutions: Is It Feasible to Remove Enough CO2 from the Air?