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Football365
Do United want another Di Maria?do with the size of his transfer fee or him fitting in. My biggest worry is th
Do United want another Di Maria?
Football365 / Posted 2 days ago
do with the size of his transfer fee or him fitting in. My biggest worry is that United don’t seem his first choice. Barca and Real Madrid seem to be clearly his first choice as is expected for any galactico. This reeks of the Di Maria... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Locking Up the PoorAccording to Human Rights Watch, Gikondo Transit Center must be called a prison
Locking Up the Poor
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
According to Human Rights Watch, Gikondo Transit Center must be called a prison. Nairobi — Rwandan authorities are rounding up poor people and arbitrarily detaining them in "transit centers" across the country, Human Rights Watch said today. The... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Reportfor criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraud
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Report
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 5 days ago
for criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraudulent payments, have started to track and block suspicious transactions, making money transfer a far more risky business for cyber-crooks," the report... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Ghetto Ghana workers and the new Italian ‘slaves’July 2016 According to a recent Eurostat report, Italy is Europe’s third large
Ghetto Ghana workers and the new Italian ‘slaves’
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 5 days ago
July 2016 According to a recent Eurostat report, Italy is Europe’s third largest agricultural producer, just after Germany and France, with an income of around €43 billion and almost a million agricultural workers. At first glance, this sounds like... Read more
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express
Deaths from THIS lethal strain of cancer are increasing, says charityof cancer are increasing, says charity THE number of people dying from pancrea
Deaths from THIS lethal strain of cancer are increasing, says charity
express / Posted 6 days ago
of cancer are increasing, says charity THE number of people dying from pancreatic cancer is rising - prompting cancer research to triple its spending on research into the disease. Deaths from pancreatic cancer are rising Funding has been... Read more
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Times of Malta
A healthy diet ‘can include a lot of fat’Extra healthy fats from a Mediterranean diet may help protect against heart dis
A healthy diet ‘can include a lot of fat’
Times of Malta / Posted 7 days ago
Extra healthy fats from a Mediterranean diet may help protect against heart disease, diabetes and breast cancer, a research review suggests. “The kind of fat matters,” said lead study author Hanna Bloomfield of the Minneapolis Veterans Affairs... Read more
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Daily Mail
Violence on screen is as damaging to children as it is in real-lifedamaging to children as seeing it in real-life, warns major study Viewing viol
Violence on screen is as damaging to children as it is in real-life
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
damaging to children as seeing it in real-life, warns major study Viewing violence can lead to angry feelings, nightmares, and anxiety Recommended children under six should be shielded from screen violence The American Academy of Pediatrics urged... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mediterranean diet cuts risk of cancer, diabetes and heart diseaseHigh-fat diets ARE the best: Mediterranean diet 'significantly reduces the risk
Mediterranean diet cuts risk of cancer, diabetes and heart disease
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
High-fat diets ARE the best: Mediterranean diet 'significantly reduces the risk of breast cancer, diabetes and heart disease' 50-year review of evidence concluded eating unrestricted amounts of fat was healthier than any other type of diet - when... Read more
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SciDev.net
Course on Governance & food safety in international food chainsBringing science and development together through original news and analysis L
Course on Governance & food safety in international food chains
SciDev.net / Posted 9 days ago
Bringing science and development together through original news and analysis Location: Fellowship opportunity This course is aimed at business, civic society or government professionals... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Free school meals 'just making children fat', figures suggestwith hot meals for all pupils in the first three years of primary school, is fa
Free school meals 'just making children fat', figures suggest
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
with hot meals for all pupils in the first three years of primary school, is failing to significantly improve grades. New analysis of tens of thousands of children revealed the policy has had limited impact on both making children healthier and... Read more
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asianage
More junk food on tax radarIt was not Denmark, as was surmised by many, but my longing to get jackfruit ba
More junk food on tax radar
asianage / Posted 11 days ago
It was not Denmark, as was surmised by many, but my longing to get jackfruit back into the food basket of the Malayali that goaded me into introducing the ‘fat tax’. It is found that this traditional fruit, which once inspired our mothers to rustle... Read more
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Psych Central
Oxytocin Receptors May Play Role in OvereatingVariants of the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) gene may be linked to certain personal
Oxytocin Receptors May Play Role in Overeating
Psych Central / Posted 11 days ago
Variants of the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) gene may be linked to certain personality traits at high risk for overeating and binge eating, according to a new study by researchers at York University and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)... Read more
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PhysOrg
Connecting space to village in West Africazone. Credit: Columbia University The Earth Institute's Center for Internationa
Connecting space to village in West Africa
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
zone. Credit: Columbia University The Earth Institute's Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) and International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) are providing technical assistance for geospatial product... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Field Trials in Progress to Control Toxins in Food CropsAflatoxins are toxic, carcinogenic by-products of fungi that colonise maize and
Field Trials in Progress to Control Toxins in Food Crops
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
Aflatoxins are toxic, carcinogenic by-products of fungi that colonise maize and groundnuts, among other crops (file photo). Researchers in Tanzania are conducting field trials in four regions on biological control of aflatoxins, namely Aflasafe,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Global biodiversity drops 'below safe limit' across 58pc of Earth's surfacehas dropped below the "safe limit" across 58 per cent of the Earth's surface, a
Global biodiversity drops 'below safe limit' across 58pc of Earth's surface
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
has dropped below the "safe limit" across 58 per cent of the Earth's surface, according to the most comprehensive analysis of global data to date. Key points The international study, published today in the journal Science, suggests that... Read more
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E-Commerce Times
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Reportfor criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraud
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Report
E-Commerce Times / Posted 13 days ago
for criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraudulent payments, have started to track and block suspicious transactions, making money transfer a far more risky business for cyber-crooks," the report... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Reportfor criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraud
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Report
LinuxInsider.com / Posted 13 days ago
for criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraudulent payments, have started to track and block suspicious transactions, making money transfer a far more risky business for cyber-crooks," the report... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers investigate role of OXTR gene in binge eatingA study by York University researcher Caroline Davis and her colleagues at the
Researchers investigate role of OXTR gene in binge eating
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
A study by York University researcher Caroline Davis and her colleagues at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is the first to demonstrate that variants of the Oxytocin Receptor (OXTR) gene contribute to why some of us overeat or engage... Read more
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New Kerala
India's Science Minister participates in the UK-India joint observational campaign to study monsoon variability - newkerala.com #89590This campaign is part of the UK-India research programme on the Drivers of Vari
India's Science Minister participates in the UK-India joint observational campaign to study monsoon variability - newkerala.com #89590
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
This campaign is part of the UK-India research programme on the Drivers of Variability in the South Asian Monsoon, a collaboration between the Earth System Science Organization (ESSO) of the Indian Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) and the UK's... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ice algae: The engine of life in the central Arctic OceanCredit: Alfred Wegener Institute Algae that live in and under the sea ice play
Ice algae: The engine of life in the central Arctic Ocean
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
Credit: Alfred Wegener Institute Algae that live in and under the sea ice play a much greater role for the Arctic food web than previously assumed. In a new study, biologists of the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine... Read more
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Quartz
The small Canadian county that banded together to open their homes to Syrian refugees — Quartz O CANADA Ramez, 17, is from a small town between Idlib and Hama in.
The small Canadian county that banded together to open their homes to Syrian refugees
Quartz / Posted 18 days ago
— Quartz O CANADA Ramez, 17, is from a small town between Idlib and Hama in... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Report | Malwarefor criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraud
Mobile Ransomware Has Mushroomed: Report | Malware
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 19 days ago
for criminals is that legitimate payment systems, reacting to the rise in fraudulent payments, have started to track and block suspicious transactions, making money transfer a far more risky business for cyber-crooks," the report... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Undergraduate Economics at SOAS University of LondonThe Department of Economics at SOAS University of London is a leading centre fo
Undergraduate Economics at SOAS University of London
Asian Correspondent / Posted 19 days ago
The Department of Economics at SOAS University of London is a leading centre for economics research, specialising in the study of developing and emerging nations. Head of Department, Dr Ulrich Volz, explains how he first became interested in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Fish Producers Association To Hold Inaugural General MeetingThe Zimbabwe Fish Producers Association will be holding their Inaugural general
Fish Producers Association To Hold Inaugural General Meeting
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
The Zimbabwe Fish Producers Association will be holding their Inaugural general meeting on Friday July 22, 2016 in the Andy Miller Hall, Exhibition Park, Harare.This event follows the successful launch event held in March. At the July 22 meeting,... Read more
19d
Channel NewsAsia
List of notifiable diseases to be expanded; steps taken to beef up outbreak response: MOHSINGAPORE: The Ministry of Health (MOH) will expand the list of notifiable dise
List of notifiable diseases to be expanded; steps taken to beef up outbreak response: MOH
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 19 days ago
SINGAPORE: The Ministry of Health (MOH) will expand the list of notifiable diseases, and took steps to make the reporting of cases more user-friendly, at the recommendation of a taskforce to strengthen outbreak detection and response, it announced on... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Three’s companya procedure called mitochondrial donation, which would result in a child with D
Three’s company
Namibia Economist / Posted 20 days ago
a procedure called mitochondrial donation, which would result in a child with DNA from three people: its mother, its father and a female donor sometimes dubbed a mitomum. The mitomum supplies the child’s mitochondria. These are tiny structures (one... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Angola May Increase Mushroom Production for ExportLuanda — Angolan minister of Science and Technology Maria Cândida Teixeira Wedn
Angola May Increase Mushroom Production for Export
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
Luanda — Angolan minister of Science and Technology Maria Cândida Teixeira Wednesday in Luanda said that the country will increase mushroom production in near future with support of the National Technological Centre (CNT). Maria Cândida Teixeira was... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Obtaining Value for U.S.$1 Billion Ogoni Cleanup FundLet us get value for the budgeted $1 billion Ogoni cleanup fund. How? By meetin
Obtaining Value for U.S.$1 Billion Ogoni Cleanup Fund
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
Let us get value for the budgeted $1 billion Ogoni cleanup fund. How? By meeting and complying with standard hazardous waste characterization rules of toxicity, reactivity, corrosivity, and ignitability. You may not know it, but the pepper soup, or... Read more
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Namibia Economist
A new study finds that mice with genes from three parents live longera procedure called mitochondrial donation, which would result in a child with D
A new study finds that mice with genes from three parents live longer
Namibia Economist / Posted 21 days ago
a procedure called mitochondrial donation, which would result in a child with DNA from three people: its mother, its father and a female donor sometimes dubbed a mitomum. The mitomum supplies the child’s mitochondria. These are tiny structures (one... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
North and South Face Off Over 'Right to the City'Mexico City — The declaration that will be presented for approval at the Third
North and South Face Off Over 'Right to the City'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
Mexico City — The declaration that will be presented for approval at the Third United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) in October has again sparked conflict between the opposing positions taken by the... Read more
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The Hindu
Pay hike for central government employees: The stifling steel frameEconomic reforms without a systemic overhaul are limited in impact. In hiking s
Pay hike for central government employees: The stifling steel frame
The Hindu / Posted 22 days ago
Economic reforms without a systemic overhaul are limited in impact. In hiking salaries of its staff without demanding superior performance, the government has foregone an opportunity for administrative reforms Even as the 25th anniversary of the... Read more
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International Business Times
How did a gold rush in eastern DRC leave life unchanged for its people? of riches on an unimaginable scale. Estimates suggest that the DRC contains $24
How did a gold rush in eastern DRC leave life unchanged for its people?
International Business Times / Posted 22 days ago
of riches on an unimaginable scale. Estimates suggest that the DRC contains $24tn (£18tn) in untapped mineral wealth and some $28bn worth of gold under the soil in eastern DRC. But just who is benefitting? Shabunda territory is located in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Queen's University graduations July 4, 2016 - full list of resultsfor Chelsea with a July 4 graduation Graduating from Ulster University today a
Queen's University graduations July 4, 2016 - full list of results
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
for Chelsea with a July 4 graduation Graduating from Ulster University today are Gemma Kelly, Tyrone, Ruth Elliott, Tyrone and Amy Brown, Saintfield Pic by Harrison PhotographyChelsea GoodwinHARRISON PHOTOGRAPHY - BELFAST - 1st July 2016 Graduating... Read more
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asianage
Rahul’s Amethi loses 3rd mega industrial project in two yearsCongress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi (Photo: PTI) Amethi has lost its third me
Rahul’s Amethi loses 3rd mega industrial project in two years
asianage / Posted 25 days ago
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi (Photo: PTI) Amethi has lost its third mega industrial project — the proposed National Centre for Vehicle Research and Safety. In a letter sent to the Uttar Pradesh government, the Centre said that it has... Read more
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asianage
Rahul's Amethi loses 3rd mega industrial project in two yearsCongress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi (Photo: PTI) Amethi has lost its third me
Rahul's Amethi loses 3rd mega industrial project in two years
asianage / Posted 25 days ago
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi (Photo: PTI) Amethi has lost its third mega industrial project — the proposed National Centre for Vehicle Research and Safety. In a letter sent to the Uttar Pradesh government, the Centre said that it has... Read more
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Daily Mail
Film remakes are an extension of ancient story tellingRiding Hood over the past 200 years They found re-tellings tended to rely upon
Film remakes are an extension of ancient story telling
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Riding Hood over the past 200 years They found re-tellings tended to rely upon more recent versions of the tale Just a handful of early texts formed the basis for many of the later versions It may explain why film remakes also tend to share... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
University of Ulster graduations July 1, 2016 - full list of resultspic by Harrison PhotographyMusic students, Rachel McComb, Olivia Brown, James M
University of Ulster graduations July 1, 2016 - full list of results
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
pic by Harrison PhotographyMusic students, Rachel McComb, Olivia Brown, James McConnell, Megan McBride, Jordan Ballentine and Matthew Dodds will graduate from Queens today.Receiving honorary gdegrees from Ulster University this morning are Sandra... Read more
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PhysOrg
UK wildlife calendar reshuffled by climate changeThe study used the date of first flowering as a sign of spring. Credit: Ross Ne
UK wildlife calendar reshuffled by climate change
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
The study used the date of first flowering as a sign of spring. Credit: Ross Newham / Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Climate change is already reshuffling the UK's wildlife calendar, and it's likely this will continue into the future, according to... Read more
28d
News-Medical-Net
Diet rich in vegetables and fruit may decrease type 2 diabetes riskA diet rich in vegetables and fruit may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, acc
Diet rich in vegetables and fruit may decrease type 2 diabetes risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
A diet rich in vegetables and fruit may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to research published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition. The study identified a combination of foods that reduce biomarkers of... Read more
28d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Galactic garden: Soil just right for red onions on MarsResearchers in the Netherlands have been attempting to grow crops in soils crea
Galactic garden: Soil just right for red onions on Mars
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 28 days ago
Researchers in the Netherlands have been attempting to grow crops in soils created to simulate conditions on the Red Planet and also the Moon. Scientists at Wageningen University & Research Centre were concerned that even if food grew it would... Read more
28d
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
East Anglia’s farming leaders prepare their post-Brexit policy demands NFU East Anglia regional director Robert Sheasby speaking at the regional boa
East Anglia’s farming leaders prepare their post-Brexit policy demands
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 28 days ago
NFU East Anglia regional director Robert Sheasby speaking at the regional board meeting in Newmarket on Monday. The region’s farming leaders said Britain’s post-Brexit... Read more
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Irish Examiner
One in six expectant mothers deficient in vitamin DD. Professor Mairead Kiely: 'We are trying to see how best to develop strategi
One in six expectant mothers deficient in vitamin D
Irish Examiner / Posted 28 days ago
D. Professor Mairead Kiely: 'We are trying to see how best to develop strategies to increase vitamin D intake taking a food-first approach. That is according to researchers at University College Cork (UCC) whose survey of 1,786 pregnant women... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Politics and spirituality in addressing the climate crisisWednesday, 29 June 2016, 12:07 pmColumn: Adam ParsonsThe intersection of politi
Politics and spirituality in addressing the climate crisis
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 28 days ago
Wednesday, 29 June 2016, 12:07 pmColumn: Adam ParsonsThe intersection of politics and spirituality in addressing the climate crisis: An interview with Mohammed MesbahiIt is now almost six... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wairau Bar surrenders our nation's historyhave renewed their focus on the Wairau Bar off Marlborough's Cloudy Bay, which
Wairau Bar surrenders our nation's history
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
have renewed their focus on the Wairau Bar off Marlborough's Cloudy Bay, which bears the secrets of our earliest settlers and their paths to Aotearoa. Jamie Morton meets Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith. Wairau Bar was once a scrub-covered island.... Read more
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chroniclelive
Last journey for 110 Bamburgh Anglo-SaxonsThe skeletons were unearthed during excavations at the Bowl Hole - a hollow dep
Last journey for 110 Bamburgh Anglo-Saxons
chroniclelive / Posted 29 days ago
The skeletons were unearthed during excavations at the Bowl Hole - a hollow depression in the sand dunes near Bamburgh Castle, the site of which was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Northumbria. It is thought to be the burial ground for the... Read more
29d
Business Wire
The University of Manchester and SCIEX Opened the £18m Stoller Biomarker Discovery Centre on June 14thFRAMINGHAM, Mass. & MANCHESTER, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The University of Man
The University of Manchester and SCIEX Opened the £18m Stoller Biomarker Discovery Centre on June 14th
Business Wire / Posted 29 days ago
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. & MANCHESTER, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The University of Manchester opened the multi-million pound Stoller Biomarker Discovery Centre on June 14th 2016. It focuses on biomedical research including cancer, psoriasis and arthritis,... Read more
29d
Zero Hedge
The End Game Of Bubble Finance - Political Revoltcanyons of Wall Street, politics doesn’t matter much. After all, when things ge
The End Game Of Bubble Finance - Political Revolt
Zero Hedge / Posted 29 days ago
canyons of Wall Street, politics doesn’t matter much. After all, when things get desperate enough, Washington caves and does “whatever it takes” to get the stock averages moving upward again. Here’s a news flash. That’s all about to... Read more

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