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Daily Digest 4/9 - Israel's 'War Of The Cradles,' Walmart's Future Workforce

Monday, April 9, 2018, 9:51 AM
  • Walmart's Future Workforce: Robots and Freelancers
  • Richest 1% on target to own two-thirds of all wealth by 2030
  • Jewish and Palestinian women wage “war of the cradles” in Israel
  • Syrian Government Accused Of Killing Dozens In Chemical Attack
  • Syria and Russia accuse Israel of missile attack on Assad airbase
  • BP claims an oil spill off Australia's coast would be a 'welcome boost' to local economies
  • Is The IEA Biased Towards Fossil Fuels?
  • Patagonia vs. Donald Trump
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Daily Digest 4/7 - The Demise of the Nation State, Huge Rainstorm To Hit CA This Weekend

Saturday, April 7, 2018, 9:54 AM
  • The demise of the nation state
  • Lemonade Stand Economics
  • How To Recognize When Your Society Is Suffering A Dramatic Decline
  • A Month's Worth of Rain Will Hit California This Weekend
  • The Absurd Myth That Solar & Wind Power Will Solve Our Energy Predicament 
  • Tesla: The Biggest Loser In The Trade War
  • Developing nations to study ways to dim sunshine, slow warming
  • How To Start A Straw Bale Garden In 30 Days (And Why You Really Should!)
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Daily Digest 4/6 - Good News Friday: Helping Those With Dementia, Scientists Harvest Antarctic Greenhouse Vegetables

Friday, April 6, 2018, 8:50 AM
  • Humans produce new brain cells throughout their lives, say researchers
  • A New Key For Helping Those With Dementia – Memories Of Baseball
  • More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress in 2018
  • Dozens of educators file to run for seat in Kentucky legislature
  • New York Will No Longer Allow Domestic Abusers To Have Guns
  • Scientists harvest 1st vegetables in Antarctic greenhouse
  • National Park Service Reconsiders Steep Fee Increase After Backlash
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Daily Digest 4/5 - Trade A Matter of Survival for China, AI Experts Call for Boycott

Thursday, April 5, 2018, 10:35 AM
  • Facebook scandal affected more users than thought: up to 87M
  • Trade Is a Matter of Survival for China
  • Trump’s Scattergun Tariff List Sends China Companies Scrambling
  • The Five Keys to Crypto Evolution
  • As Volatility Spikes, Here’s What Could Be Ahead for Gold and Silver
  • 'Killer robots': AI experts call for boycott over lab at South Korea university
  • Venezuela’s Oil Sector May Soon Have New Owners
  • MIT and newly formed company launch novel approach to fusion power 
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Daily Digest 4/4 - Stock Market Pain Bleeds Into Junk Bonds, Oil Trade War Looms

Wednesday, April 4, 2018, 9:57 AM
  • Stock Market Pain Bleeds Into Junk Bonds
  • ‘Winnerless’ global trade war expected to push gold to $1,400
  • For the first time ever, young Americans have less consumer confidence than their parents
  • Inflation Could Help Ease the U.S.'s Debt Burden
  • China's Xi Turns Deleveraging Sights on Local Governments, SOEs
  • History of France is History of Europe
  • Trade War Looms Over Oil Markets
  • 5 Plants and Animals Utterly Confused by Climate Change
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Daily Digest 4/3 - The 'Guaranteed Basic Income' Scam, Is Russia Cheating On The OPEC Deal?

Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 10:49 AM
  • Oklahoma, Kentucky public schools close as thousands of teachers walk out
  • The Oligarchs’ ‘Guaranteed Basic Income’ Scam
  • Gun Ownership, Self-Defense, and South African Farm Confiscation- Are South African Genocide Fears Just White Racist Paranoia? 
  • What's causing Baltimore's population loss? It's no mystery
  • US stock market slides as China retaliates to Trump tariffs
  • Is Russia Cheating On The OPEC Deal?
  • Life for Residents Near Hog Farms Just Got Much, Much Worse
  • Trifecta of falling fish revenue is heading for Alaska fishermen, coastal communities
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Daily Digest 4/2 - Less Than Zero, How Europe’s Privacy Rule Reshapes The Internet

Monday, April 2, 2018, 10:50 AM
  • How Europe’s new privacy rule is reshaping the internet
  • Less than zero: six months working in low-wage Britain
  • Stephon Clark family joins hundreds in Sacramento for fifth day of protest
  • Murders in London Overtake New York for First Time Since 1800 Under Sadiq Khan
  • China’s Pollution Nightmare Creates Opportunities For LNG Exporters
  • New Model Shows Towns on the Wrong Side of an Illinois Levee District Are Treading Water
  • Recycled Wastewater Tasted Better Than Tap Water In One Study, Here’s What That Means For The Future Of Toilet-To-Tap
  • Iceberg armadas boosted monsoon rains in a different hemisphere
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Daily Digest 3/31 - Chicago's Awful Divide, The Paradox Of Universal Basic Income

Saturday, March 31, 2018, 8:53 AM
  • A Cyberattack Hobbles Atlanta, and Security Experts Shudder
  • The Real Reason Why Stock Markets Will Continue To Crumble This Year
  • Chicago’s Awful Divide
  • Cops cleared in fatal shooting of Alton Sterling
  • Donald Trump Doesn't Understand Community Colleges
  • The Paradox Of Universal Basic Income
  • Facebook's Ideological Imperialism
  • “Who cares, I have nothing to hide” — Why the popular response to online privacy is so flawed
  • Research: The Industrial Revolution Left Psychological Scars That Can Still Be Seen Today
  • The Devastating Loophole That Sticks Car Buyers With Interest Rates That Would Be Otherwise Illegal
  • Globalization’s Backlash Is Here, at Just the Wrong Time
  • A Cheap Way to Offset Rising Gas Prices
  • The road to Alzheimer’s disease is lined with processed foods
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Daily Digest 3/30 - Good News Friday: 'Cancer Vaccine' Moves To Human Trials, Milk Without Cows

Friday, March 30, 2018, 10:38 AM
  • Utah’s ‘free-range parenting’ law said to be first in the nation
  • Meet the startup that makes milk—without cows
  • Alternative proteins continue to move into the marketplace
  • This incredible animation shows how humans evolved from early life 
  • Scientists think they found a new human organ—a fluid-filled “shock absorber”
  • Chemotherapy-free ‘cancer vaccine’ moves from mice to human trials at Stanford
  • Timing your meals may help with weight loss. That’s what it seems to do in mice.
  • Building The World’s Largest Solar Project
  • Uzbeks told to tend their gardens or face triple tax
  • 5,000 peach trees in full bloom
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Daily Digest 3/29 - AI Getting Stronger Every Day, Has Silver's Time Finally Arrived?

Thursday, March 29, 2018, 11:11 AM
  • The US needs to borrow almost $300 billion this week
  • Like Throwing a Light Switch
  • John Robson: AI is already terrifying. And it's getting stronger and faster every day
  • Are you ready? This is all the data Facebook and Google have on you
  • The Real Lesson of the Facebook Debacle
  • Has Silver's Time Finally Arrived?
  • Optimist or Pessimist on Silver
  • Europe Cracks Down On Diesel Vehicles