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Daily Digest 3/17 - The Truth About Money, The Sixth Mass Extinction Is Here

Saturday, March 17, 2018, 11:12 AM
  • Larry Kudlow predicts 4%-5% growth, 'investment boom' 
  • The Truth About Money
  • Corporate America’s new dilemma: raising prices to cover higher transport costs 
  • 65% of Americans save little or nothing—and half could end up struggling in retirement
  • Meet the tech evangelist who now fears for our mental health
  • Pfizer CEO gets 61% pay raise—to $27.9 million—as drug prices continue to climb
  • Revealed: The worrying state of Earth's species in numbers as scientists warn the sixth mass extinction is here and wildlife is in a 'global crisis'
  • Fake processed food is becoming an epidemic in African urban life
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Daily Digest 3/16 - Good News Friday: Criminal Justice Reforms In Philly, Cycling Slows Down Aging Process

Friday, March 16, 2018, 10:20 AM
  • Philadelphia’s New Top Prosecutor Is Rolling Out Wild, Unprecedented Criminal Justice Reforms
  • 'Enough is enough of this violence': Hundreds of D.C.-area students rally at White House, Capitol
  • The Student Walkout Against Gun Violence, in Photos
  • How a Norwegian comment section turned chaos into order—with a simple quiz
  • Here’s How Cycling Can Slow Down the Aging Process
  • Thousands march in B.C. to protest Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
  • FDA moves to lower nicotine in cigarettes
  • Scientists Are Amazed By Stone Age Tools They Dug Up In Kenya
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Daily Digest 3/15 - March Madness, EIA Stuns Market With Huge Inventory Build

Thursday, March 15, 2018, 8:45 AM
  • Elderly in U.S. Are Projected to Outnumber Children for First Time
  • Britain boots 23 Russian diplomats over spy poisoning
  • The UK government is manufacturing its nerve agent case for ‘action’ on Russia
  • ANALYSIS: the factors that make Pompeo, Russiaphobia, oil pipelines, water supply, and Brexit inseparable
  • MSM Keeps Running Stories About Space Aliens All Of A Sudden, And It’s Weird
  • Shooting Ourselves In The Foot
  • Denali Guide: March Madness
  • EIA Stuns Oil Market With Huge Inventory Build
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Daily Digest 3/14 - Crypto Holds Security Risk, 1 in 5 Americans Have Crippling Medical Debt

Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 10:43 AM
  • Venezuela annual inflation exceeds 6,000 percent in Feb - National Assembly
  • This year's tab for county pensions: $490 million (San Diego)
  • New retirees in Gardena, Pasadena and Riverside make $200,000 pensions
  • Fiscal mess, tax hikes likely for New Jersey governor's first budget
  • Nearly 1 in 5 Americans Has Crippling Medical Debt
  • Canadian household debt hits $1.8-trillion as report warns of domestic risk
  • Central bank cryptocurrencies pose stability risk, says BIS
  • High housing prices signal a danger of reckoning to come
  • US budget deficit jumped to $215.2 billion in February
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Daily Digest 3/13 - The 'Darwinian Game Of Trade,' Crypto Crackdown?

Tuesday, March 13, 2018, 10:36 AM
  • Pennsylvania's Closely Watched 18th Congressional District Special Election Is Tuesday. Here's What You Need to Know
  • There Is No "Free Trade" - There Is Only The 'Darwinian Game Of Trade' 
  • Trump fires Tillerson: president swings axe after series of policy clashes
  • NASA study reveals 7 percent of astronaut's genes changed after year in space
  • Solari Annual Wrap Up: The State of Our Pension Funds
  • ICTA wins another one for coin buyers
  • Crypto Crackdown? - Bitcoin Can't Be Regulated
  • Silver Purchasing Power
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Daily Digest 3/12 - Crimes That Are Not Illegal, How To Prevent The Next School Shooting

Monday, March 12, 2018, 10:04 AM
  • The World Is Better Than Ever. Why Are We Miserable?
  • 5 of the Most Violent Cities in the World Are Right Here in America
  • Where Is Barack Obama?
  • The Mountain West Is Experiencing A Second Gold Rush. This Time They’re Mining Bitcoin. 
  • Here's How To Prevent The Next School Shooting, Experts Say
  • Most Americans think artificial intelligence will destroy other people’s jobs, not theirs
  • Crimes That Are Not Illegal
  • Can Wine Transform China’s Countryside?
  • Huge Chinese Demand Fuels The Next U.S. Gas Boom
  • Apple is in a race to secure supplies of rare metals to fuel your iPhone obsession
  • Judges Ruling Favors Ag In California Glyphosate Case
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Daily Digest 3/10 - System Nearly Fell Apart Last Month, A Warning Cry From The Doomsday Vault

Saturday, March 10, 2018, 11:50 AM
  • 7 Big Things to Understand About the Trump/North Korea Talks
  • System Nearly Fell Apart Last Month
  • Mr. President, If We Don’t Have Gold, We Don’t Have a Country
  • The Battle Between Bitcoin and Bankers Heats Up
  • U.S. Civil Rights Commissioners: Obama-Era School Leniency Policy Brings ‘Fear’ and ‘Danger’
  • Refiners, traders brace for fuel-market volatility ahead of sulfur caps
  • A Warning Cry From the Doomsday Vault
  • A Secret Superpower, Right in Your Backyard
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Daily Digest 3/9 - Good News Friday: Excercise For Immune Health, Going Plastic-Free With Kids

Friday, March 9, 2018, 11:20 AM
  • West Virginia Raises Teachers’ Pay to End Statewide Strike
  • Women were the real winners of the Texas primaries
  • Hundreds of doctors in Canada are protesting. They say they make too much
  • Six steps to going plastic free when you have kids
  • How exercise in old age prevents the immune system from declining
  • Tiny Canada town defeats oil firm in court fight over drinking water
  • America's Next Big Climate March Will Be Led by Teens
  • 'Gumdrop' Recycles Used Chewing Gum Into Useful New Products
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Daily Digest 3/8 - Cryptocurrency vs. Dot Com, Separate And Unequal In America

Thursday, March 8, 2018, 11:52 AM
  • “Separate and unequal:” 50 years later, a landmark report on US racial inequality still resonates
  • Spring Home Sales Could Be the Weakest in Years
  • How to Buy a Gun in 15 Countries
  • Russia’s fortified finances make it easier for Putin to do what he wants
  • Survey Finds 42% of Americans Will Retire Broke — Here’s Why
  • China’s Coming Financial Meltdown
  • Popping The Bubble: Cryptocurrency vs. Dot Com
  • The SEC wants to regulate bitcoin, and bitcoin doesn’t like it at all
  • Sorry, Adults, No New Neurons For Your Aging Brains
  • Every Single Cognitive Bias in One Infographic
  • There is a terrifying outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria right now
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Daily Digest 3/7 - Libor Exposures Larger Than Thought At $200T, What’s Driving Oil Prices Back Up?

Wednesday, March 7, 2018, 11:51 AM
  • Report: Minnesota’s financial health 'drastically worse' than prior years
  • 40% of student loans could default over 20 years
  • Why Italy won't get the universal income it was promised
  • These are the 25 cities where people have the most credit card debt
  • U.S. Libor exposures larger than thought at $200 trillion: ARRC
  • Rising interest rates will be devastating to the US economy for one big reason
  • BOJ's Kuroda says no plan now to abandon negative rates (Japan)
  • U.S. oil production, led by the vast Permian Basin, is expected to supply the world
  • What’s Driving Oil Prices Back Up?