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  • Daily Digest

    Daily Digest 11/12 – NSW Faces Catastrophic Bushfire Risk, The Hidden Consequences Of Climate Change

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    Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 6:50 AM

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    • Hong Kong violence prompts reminder that China troops close at hand
    • Man set on fire in Hong Kong hours after protester was shot
    • Lebanon central bank says bank deposits are safe, banks to review curbs
    • Google signs healthcare data and cloud computing deal with Ascension
    • Conestoga Huts for the homeless a solution for the Northwest?
    • The Case Against Boeing
    • Death By Oligarchy
    • How The Deep State “Justifies” Itself In America
    • The Burning Platform: Stranger In A Strange Land
    • “I Survived Communism – Are You Ready For Your Turn?”
    • ‘Your vehicle burns a lot of fuel:’ Victoria drivers wake up to angry notes
    • Hundreds of schools to be shut down across Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle as New South Wales faces catastrophic bushfire risk
    • Regional mayors criticise politicians for failing to link climate change and deadly bushfires
    • It’s only October, so what’s with all these bushfires? New research explains it
    • Extinction Rebellion isn’t about the Climate
    • The Earth could be entering a planetary fire age
    • Lest We Ignore
    • There’s a hidden consequence of climate change: A deadly virus that’s killing key marine species

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    Daily Digest 11/11 – CEO Departures Hit New High In October, Australia Declares Fire Emergency

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    Monday, November 11, 2019, 7:37 AM

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    • Two of the world’s biggest economies are at risk of recession
    • A $45,000 Loan for a $27,000 Ride: More Borrowers Are Going Underwater on Car Loans
    • Bolivia’s Morales resigns after protests, lashes out at ‘coup’
    • Why Everyone Missed the Most Mind-Blowing Feature of Cryptocurrency
    • The Deutsche Bank Death Watch Has Taken A Very Interesting Turn
    • CEO departures hit a new high in October, on pace for a record year
    • The collapse of America’s cities into Third World conditions
    • Veterans Day: The Forgotten History of America’s Veterans Day and What It Commemorates
    • The Right-Wing Smear Artist Behind the Web’s Biggest Blacklist
    • Rural police struggle to recruit amid poor pay and public perception
    • Daimler to cut 1,100 management positions worldwide, reports say
    • The Countries With the Biggest Military Budgets
    • US nuclear reactor shut down after officials discover leak
    • The Stage Is Set For Oil Price Volatility On November 18th
    • Lebanon dollar shortage shuts down gasoline pumps
    • Australian state declares emergency, faces ‘catastrophic’ fire danger
    • Thousands face life-threatening floods from aging dams
    • Rising Sea Levels Will Threaten 200 Million People by 2100

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    Daily Digest 11/9 – America Facing A Pension Crisis, How Scientists Got Climate Change So Wrong

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    Saturday, November 9, 2019, 8:01 AM

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    • China Says Tariffs Will Go, But U.S. Doubts Remain
    • Carney’s Green Crypto Currency: Precursor to a Financial Meltdown
    • America is facing a pension crisis. Retirees will pay the price if we don’t act now
    • Doug Casey: ‘We’re looking at an actual collapse of Western civilization’
    • Georgia in top 20 in the US for most overweight residents, report says
    • Rural Americans are more likely to die from preventable causes, CDC reports
    • Plans for a global Dystopia
    • Man lost his house over $8.41 in unpaid property taxes
    • As electric vehicles age, here’s how the batteries are finding a second life
    • River Of Trash
    • Why frackers are using sewage to collect oil and gas
    • How Scientists Got Climate Change So Wrong

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    Daily Digest 11/8 – Good News Friday: Americans Saving More Money For A Rainy Day, Hard-Won Wins For Workers

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    Friday, November 8, 2019, 7:43 AM

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    • Oklahoma parole board OKs largest-ever US mass commutation
    • Americans saving more money for a rainy day
    • NFL player Carl Nassib makes millions but sticks to a $3,500 budget for rent, food and bills
    • Chicago teachers, students return to class Friday as 15-day strike ends
    • GM Strike Ends After Almost 6 Weeks and $2 Billion in Costs
    • What the mass resignations at Deadspin tell us about work in America
    • ‘On The Backs Of Tortoises’ Challenges Us To Consider How Much Of Life Is Intertwined
    • How Deep Sleep May Help The Brain Clear Alzheimer’s Toxins
    • A teenager won a $25,000 award for inventing a solution to eliminate blind spots for cars
    • NASA astronaut Christina Koch thanks Raleigh city leaders from outer space
    • Voyager 2 latest: Voyager 2 reaches interstellar space and makes incredible discovery
    • The Renewable Solution To One Of The World’s Dirtiest Industries

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    Daily Digest 11/7 – Chileans Debate In The Streets, Gold Down But Not Out

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    Thursday, November 7, 2019, 7:38 AM

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    • Chileans debate in the streets in ‘first act of revolution’ to determine their future
    • Three Facts You Haven’t Heard Much About Are Keys to Better Policy Toward Central America
    • Opinion: Why the prospective $70 billion buyout of Walgreens may signal the stock-market rally is about to end
    • Leaked documents show Facebook leveraged user data to fight rivals and help friends
    • Gold prices at the bottom of their range, down but not out – Analysts
    • Gold is the Alpha Currency
    • CDC Estimates Millions of Cases of Heart Disease, Other Illness Are Linked to Abuse, Childhood Trauma
    • Insomnia in adults linked to heart attack and stroke
    • Scientists discover first new HIV strain in nearly two decades
    • Oregon senator wants to give small businesses a tax break for hiring the first employee
    • Your DNA Profile is Private? A Florida Judge Just Said Otherwise
    • Protesters disrupt Las Vegas Council meeting over law banning homeless sleeping on sidewalks
    • China Considers Spending Billions On The Aramco IPO
    • NASA Flew Gas Detectors Above California, Found ‘Super Emitters’
    • Italy’s Students Will Get a Lesson in Climate Change. Many Lessons, in Fact.

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    Daily Digest 11/6 – Rising Health Care Costs Stall Americans’ Dreams, ‘Mother Of All Bubbles’ Could Blow Up Economy Within 2 Years

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    Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 7:13 AM

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    • Rising health-care costs stall Americans’ dreams of buying homes, building families and saving for retirement
    • California cities, fire districts are being hit hard by CalPERS’ extra levies for ‘unfunded actuarial liability’
    • China’s 2020 Crisis: $283 Billion of Maturing Local Debt
    • BIG MOMMA? ‘Mother of all bubbles’ could blow up economy in next 2 years – strategist
    • Kuroda says Bank of Japan’s extra easing won’t be limited to interest rate cuts
    • Researchers used a laser to hack Alexa and other voice assistants
    • ABC News Defends Its Epstein Coverage After Leaked Video Of Anchor
    • Under shroud of secrecy US weapons arrive in Yemen despite Congressional outrage
    • Robinhood glitch is letting users trade with unlimited amounts of borrowed cash
    • Mark U.S. Business Cycle Chart Book November 2019
    • Trump Vows To Protect Syrian Oil Fields From ISIS
    • OPEC Braces For Drastic Drop In Oil Demand
    • ‘Climate emergency’: Over 11,000 scientists sound thunderous warning

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    Daily Digest 11/5 – JPMorgan Gets Back Into the Electricity Business, The Incredible Shrinking Overton Window

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    Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 6:49 AM

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    • Alarmed by Libra, EU to look into issuing public digital currency: draft
    • 7 key races and ballot initiatives to watch in this November’s elections
    • Fifteen Asia-Pacific countries agree on trade pact, India holds back
    • The unbelievable life and death of Michael C. Ruppert
    • The CDC Is Just Telling Us About This Horrifying Lab Accident a Year Later
    • The Incredible Shrinking Overton Window
    • How you can save tens of thousands of dollars in taxes by moving abroad
    • 31% Think U.S. Civil War Likely Soon
    • Scramble for propane marks Mother Nature’s latest challenge for U.S. farmers
    • A Wave Of Unprofitable Oil Is About To Hit The Market
    • JPMorgan Gets Back Into the Electricity Business
    • California’s on fire, unplugged and out of easy answers. So why don’t we…?
    • More than 100 vegetable products recalled for listeria concerns
    • Hundreds of thousands of people in California are downriver of a dam that ‘could fail’
    • Blood Gold in the Brazilian Rain Forest
    • Scientists Have Found There’s a Crucial Change We Can Make to Better Serve Our Planet

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    Daily Digest 11/4 – U.S. Stocks Outpacing the Rest of the World, America’s Never-Ending Oil Consumption

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    Monday, November 4, 2019, 9:49 AM

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    • Wall Street’s leading stocks reveal investor caution
    • U.S. Stocks Outpacing the Rest of the World
    • Jobs numbers and corporate profits soothe fears of an economic slowdown
    • Job Market Resilient In October Despite GM Strike, Beating Expectations
    • As companies flee blue cities, middle class workers are hurt
    • America’s Military Is Misdirected, Not Underfunded
    • As Secret Pentagon Spending Rises, Defense Firms Cash in
    • Hospitals Around The World Have A Dire Shortage Of Blood
    • Thanks to Trump, the U.S. hasn’t admitted a single refugee since September
    • In A Remote Arctic Outpost, Norway Keeps Watch On Russia’s Military Buildup
    • Expert: Retiring at 65 is ‘a thing of the past’
    • The Truth About Income Inequality
    • Tax Cuts for the Wealthy Make Inequality Worse
    • The Intellectual We Deserve
    • Oil prices rise 2% on U.S.-China hopes and improved outlook
    • Give or take a trillion: Investors still in the dark on Saudi Aramco value
    • Calif. Governor Seeks To ‘Jumpstart’ PG&E Bankruptcy Talks; Threatens State Takeover
    • Maduro Negotiates With Putin The Handover of PDVSA to Russia
    • Venezuela ready to hand control of state oil company to Russia’s Rosneft — paper
    • Saudi Arabia formally starts IPO of oil firm Saudi Aramco
    • Keystone Pipeline leak spills more than 380,000 gallons of oil in North Dakota
    • America’s Never-Ending Oil Consumption
    • Global Authorities Brace For A Worldwide Protein Shortage As “One-Quarter Of Earth’s Pigs Have Been Wiped Out”
    • The cautionary political tale of Iceland’s last McDonald’s burger that simply won’t rot, even after 10 years

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    Daily Digest 11/2 – The 1% Grabbed 82% Of New Wealth In 2017, Toxic Smog Descends On Delhi During Diwali

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    Saturday, November 2, 2019, 8:27 AM

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    • The 1% grabbed 82% of all wealth created in 2017
    • Life expectancy for American men drops for a third year
    • Capital One customers couldn’t withdraw money for hours during system outage
    • The Fed’s Liquidity Response Is Too Little Too Late – But That Was Always The Plan
    • How Teenagers Are Using their Quinceañeras to Boost the Latinx Vote in Texas
    • Is California Becoming Premodern?
    • The California haters are back. And once again, they get us all wrong
    • Oh that it should come to this Part 14 – Earth War
    • Waymo finally let a reporter ride in a fully driverless car
    • Biosludge spread on food crops will soon contain dead human tissue as Washington legalizes “human composting”
    • 5 million masks distributed as ‘toxic’ smog descends on Delhi during Diwali

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    Daily Digest 11/1 – Good News Friday: The Rise of Renewables, How To Reduce Household Plastic

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    Friday, November 1, 2019, 7:43 AM

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    • The US city preparing itself for the collapse of capitalism
    • Groundbreaking Student Voter Bill Signed into Law in California
    • Barbershop movement urges abusive men to tackle traumatic pasts
    • We checked 100 years of protests in 150 countries. Here’s what we learned about the working class and democracy.
    • U.S. Senate Greenlights Funding to Help Prevent Families From Losing Their Land
    • Rise of renewables may see off oil firms decades earlier than they think
    • How Electric Scooters Are Set To Transform The $7 Trillion Mobility Market
    • How to reduce plastic from your household shopping
    • Italy proposes price cuts on plastic-free food and toiletries
    • Your plastic waste could soon be transformed into make-up, scientists claim

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