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Daily Digest 8/8 - The Coming Storm, Chicago Looking At UBI Program

Wednesday, August 8, 2018, 10:21 AM
  • Wait Until You See The Price Of Gold In Venezuela Right Now
  • Chicago officials looking at universal basic income program
  • Large U.S. Employers Eye Changes to Health Care Delivery System as Cost to Provide Health Benefits Nears $15,000 per Employee
  • GM tries new tactic to lower health care costs
  • Debt costs seen rising as Italy casts doubt on fiscal rules
  • China and emerging markets face trillion-dollar bond payments
  • How to end Japan’s deflation? Abolish cash
  • CDC: West Nile Virus Detected in 36 States
  • America's '1%' Hasn't Controlled This Much Wealth Since Before The Great Depression
  • Hospital superbugs are evolving to survive hand sanitizers
  • Ten Years After the Crash, We Are Still Living in the World It Brutally Remade
  • Angry people are more likely to overestimate their intelligence, study finds
  • Welcome to the ‘Man Camps’ of West Texas
  • Facebook denies seeking users' bank data
  • "The coming storm": Entering retirement broke and bankrupt
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Daily Digest 8/7 - Why "Rip-Roaring Inflation" Is Inevitable, The Water Wars of Arizona

Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 12:08 PM
  • Charles Hugh Smith: Here's Why Rip-Roaring Inflation Is Inevitable
  • Bioengineers Are Closer Than Ever To Lab-Grown Lungs
  • The last time the Dow spent this much time in correction ‘The Godfather’ won best picture
  • Chilling precedent? InfoWars block exposes Big Tech as no friend of free speech
  • Tired of waiting, neighbors fill potholes themselves in North Philadelphia
  • 23AndMe's Pharma Deals Have Been The Plan All Along
  • How a Wells Fargo Computer Glitch May Have Sent Hundreds of Homeowners Into Foreclosure
  • China’s Empire of Money Is Reshaping Global Trade
  • China’s stock market plunge will not force the country to give up on its trade war with US
  • How Social Media Is Dumbing Down Our Society
  • Should America legalize all drugs? This story should give supporters pause.
  • Florida armed bystander stops gunman at crowded back-to-school event at park, police say
  • Pediatricians issue new warning about plastic food containers
  • Something Strange Is Happening In The Saudi Oil Patch
  • Tesla Short Sellers Take $1.7B Hit
  • Death Valley Records Planet’s Hottest Month, Scientists Warn It May Become Uninhabitable
  • Mendocino fire explodes in size, now largest wildfire in California history
  • The Hiroshima anniversary: 5 things you should know about nuclear weapons today
  • Trump Administration Lifts Ban On GMOs, Bee-Killing Chemicals In Wildlife Refuges
  • What a buzz: why we released millions of mozzies in northern Queensland
  • The Water Wars of Arizona
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Daily Digest 8/6 - What Hiroshima Looks Like Today, The Real Risk Of Backyard Chickens

Monday, August 6, 2018, 12:08 PM
  • The New Housing Crisis: Shut Out Of The Market
  • I Gave Up AC This Summer To Live Within My Means. America Should Try That
  • Just 30 minutes of hookah smoking can increase cardiovascular risk, study says
  • Jamie Dimon cautions the 10-year Treasury yield could hit 5%: 'It's a higher probability than most people think'
  • ‘Morally repugnant’: Homeland Security advisory council members resign over immigration policies
  • Rosenstein reveals how the Justice Department is fighting attacks on US elections
  • CDC Breeds Fear Over Salmonella in Backyard Chickens. Here’s the real risk.
  • Here's what Hiroshima looks like today — and how the effects of the bombing still linger
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Daily Digest 8/5 - Record "Red Tide" Killing Wildlife In Florida, The Distribution Of Pain

Sunday, August 5, 2018, 12:12 PM
  • Why companies flush with tax-cut cash are spending more on share buybacks than wage hikes
  • Coffins destroyed in China in search of solution to burying 9 million bodies a year
  • Trump Welcomes Immigrants, But Only If They Can Be Exploited
  • Senators introduce bill to slap 'crushing' new sanctions on Russia
  • Russian authorities prepare to soften plan to raise retirement age, sources say
  • Job growth has never lasted this long before. Neither has weak wage growth.
  • All Good Gadgets Go to Waste
  • Drug giant Glaxo teams up with DNA testing company 23andMe
  • Stonehenge mystery solved, says breakthrough scientific study
  • Apple is worth $1 trillion. Here's what that much money could actually do.
  • The Distribution of Pain, Redux
  • NOAA plans ‘outside the box’ response to save a starving Puget Sound orca
  • Meteor Explodes with 2.1 Kilotons of Force 25 Miles Above US Air Force Base in Greenland
  • Climate Change and the Next US Revolution
  • Record 'Red Tide' Of Toxic Algae Is Killing Wildlife In Florida
  • Everyday Plastics Found To Emit Greenhouse Gas Pollution As They Degrade
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Daily Digest: Good News Friday: Why Smells Bring Back Memories, Curing Parkinson's With Stem Cells

Friday, August 3, 2018, 11:25 AM
  • U.S. Added 157,000 Jobs in July; Unemployment Rate Slips to 3.9%
  • Meet the Anarchists Making Their Own Medicine
  • Pope declares death penalty inadmissible, changing Church's stance
  • How 2 patients live with heart pumps for a milestone 10 years
  • First-of-its-Kind Clinical Trial Will Try and Cure Parkinson’s Disease Using ‘Reprogrammed’ Stem Cells
  • Why smells bring back such vivid memories
  • Open-Source Icon: Rural America’s Classic Metal Mailbox-with-Flag Design
  • This Deer Just Trying to Stay Cool Did Some Laps in a Pool
  • Photos: The longest lunar eclipse of the century captured around the world
  • Which Water Is Best For Health? Hint: Don't Discount The Tap
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Daily Digest 8/2 - More Americans Living In Their Vehicles, What Is West Nile Virus?

Thursday, August 2, 2018, 11:42 AM
  • Deadly riots rock Zimbabwe’s capital as vote results delayed
  • Senate rejects effort to beef up states' election security spending
  • More Americans are living in their vehicles
  • Two NY Lawyers Describe Chaos of Reuniting Migrant Children With Parents
  • Ancient Dollars and Gold Bullion
  • Why We’re Sharing 3 Million Russian Troll Tweets
  • Dr. Anthony Jay – Estrogenics
  • Surprise Crude Oil Inventory Build Sends Prices Lower
  • N.J. nuclear plant could be gone decades sooner than first thought
  • What is West Nile virus? 3 things to know about the mosquito-spread ailment
  • Surrounded by fire, California politicians question links to climate change
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Daily Digest 8/1 - PA Looking To Reduce Pension Liability, Is An Oil Supply Crunch Inevitable?

Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 9:43 AM
  • Once oil wealthy, Venezuela's largest state struggles to keep the lights on
  • A 24% increase in health-insurance costs? Why New York is saying no
  • Average Canadian family paying more than $12K to fund public health care: study
  • Pennsylvania looking for ways to reduce pension liability
  • Utility tax buys Rockford time to develop budget plan
  • The Pension Hole for U.S. Cities and States Is the Size of Japan’s Economy
  • Treasury Sees Second-Half U.S. Borrowing at Most Since 2008
  • 4 Financial Savants Warn About The Great Crash Of 2020
  • More than 450 Floridians ordered to surrender guns under 'red flag' law
  • Entire police force resigns in small Massachusetts town
  • Is A Supply Crunch In Oil Markets Inevitable?
  • Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change
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Daily Digest 7/31 - Foods Of The Future, How A Tech Meltdown Could Be Contained

Tuesday, July 31, 2018, 9:35 AM
  • How Silicon Valley Became a Den of Spies
  • Here's how much money Americans think is enough to live comfortably
  • Here's What We've Lost in the Past Decade
  • Russia dumped 84% of its American debt. What that means
  • How a tech meltdown could be contained
  • U.S. states make last-minute legal bid to halt 3-D online guns
  • Urgent: This is How Bankers’ New SDR Crypto Blockchain Will Enslave Humanity
  • Harley-Davidson Unveils Barrage of New Bikes, Including Sleek Electric Model
  • Off Your Mental Game? You Could Be Mildly Dehydrated
  • Declining fuel reserves prompts Turnbull government security review
  • Tesla keeps finding ways to keep Wall Street happy, and cash in the bank
  • Siberian Worms Survived More Than 30,000 Years Stuck in Permafrost
  • Foods of the Future: What Will We Be Eating?
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Daily Digest 7/30 - How To Sell Gold, Backyard Chickens Can Be Health Risk

Monday, July 30, 2018, 11:48 AM
  • A Surveillance State Unlike Any the World Has Ever Seen
  • Robert Fisk: "I Traced Al-Qaeda Missile Casings In Syria Back To Their Original Sellers"
  • Would You Pay $1 Billion for This View?
  • California farmers and Mexican cheese sales: US trade war takes a toll
  • Buy gold, they say – but how do you sell it?
  • Gold is having an ugly year, but ‘this bloodbath is leading to a buying opportunity’
  • Politicians Angry After Amazon Facial Recognition AI Falsely Matches 28 Congress Members to Criminals
  • How and when should I move to a safer retirement portfolio?
  • European and American Views on Genetically Modified Foods
  • Indonesia earthquake in popular tourist area results in multiple deaths, over 160 people injured
  • Gibraltar United to Become First Football Club to Pay Players In Cryptocurrency
  • Crude Oil - A Market With Wild Potential These Days
  • Coke, Meth And Booze: The Flip Side Of The Permian Oil Boom
  • Video: The Surprising Reality Of Depression And Suicide Among Farmers
  • Humans Have Changed Earth's Seasons For The First Time, Study Shows
  • The American South Will Bear the Worst of Climate Change’s Costs
  • The billionaire behind the world’s first genetically modified salmon
  • How to keep pests out of your home
  • Why backyard chickens are a health risk
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Daily Digest 7/28 - Trump vs. The Fed, We Are Exceeding Earth’s Carrying Capacity

Saturday, July 28, 2018, 10:01 AM
  • Ecuador’s president seeks Assange’s exit from London embassy
  • American Society Would Collapse If It Weren’t for These 8 Myths
  • Trump vs. The Fed: America Sacrificed At The NWO Altar
  • Martin Armstrong: There is no alternative to the Equity Market
  • Of Two Minds: Here's How Systems (and Nations) Fail
  • Walmart To Test Self-Driving Cars For Grocery Pickup Service
  • Introducing The Snowflake Manifesto
  • U.S. Economy Surges To A 4.1 Percent Growth Pace In 2nd Quarter
  • The End Of Facebook
  • Big Pharma Will Use Your 23andMe DNA Results to Develop New Drugs
  • Amazon’s hugely profitable quarter pushes it toward a $1 trillion valuation
  • Theresa May says stockpiling food amid Brexit chaos is sensible plan as panic buying fears raised
  • Health Insurers Are Vacuuming Up Details About You — And It Could Raise Your Rates
  • How The Brain Helps You Sing Or Say What You Mean
  • Oil Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Prices Supported after Saudi Arabia Suspends Shipments through Red Sea Lane
  • China’s Economic Growth Stimulus Could Boost Oil Demand 
  • Can We Blame This Year’s Record-Breaking Heat Waves on Climate Change?
  • Greece wildfires – 74 dead, 150 injured and ‘eight missing’ as apocalyptic wildfires near Athens burn families alive in their cars
  • Ted Nordhaus Is Wrong: We Are Exceeding Earth’s Carrying Capacity