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The Motley Fool: 3 Facts About High-Yield Dividend Stocks Every Investor Should Know
The Motley Fool
You may be surprised by these three factoids. They could also help you make a lot of money, not to mention avoid big mistakes that could cost you. Read the full story
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POLITICO: Trump blasts 'little Adam Schitt' on Twitter
POLITICO
"Wow, Mr. President, that’s a good one," Rep. Adam Schiff fired back. Read the full story
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Slate: The Night of the Gingko Lets Us Watch Climate Change in Real Time
Slate
When fall becomes winter overnight. Read the full story
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Axios: Scoop: The millionaire funding the campaign to break up Facebook
Axios
A Pennsylvania philanthropist and former hedge fund executive named David Magerman was the initial donor behind a high-profile campaign urging regulators to break up Facebook, he confirmed to Axios for the first time on Thursday. Read the full story
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The Motley Fool: Here's My Top Stock to Buy for 2019 and Beyond
The Motley Fool
This underrated company is benefiting from some mind-boggling momentum. Read the full story
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The Atlantic: The Closest of All Possible Encounters
The Atlantic
John Wray describes how a wilderness survival guide taught him to face his fears while completing his most challenging book yet. Read the full story
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The Atlantic: Kim Kardashian's Private Firefighters Expose America’s Fault Lines
The Atlantic
“Rich people don’t get their own ‘better’ firefighters, or at least they aren’t supposed to.” Read the full story
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Barron's: The Small-Cap Index Is Perilously Close to a ‘Death Cross’ and That’s Bad News for the Stock Market
Barron's
A closely followed gauge of small-capitalization stocks is a hair’s breadth from realizing a bearish pattern. Read the full story
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CNBC: With 65% of S&P stocks in correction, maybe it's time to check out beat-up bonds
CNBC
Many of the bonds that retirees depend on for income, and that savers depend on for market safety, are seeing huge declines this year. But with the Dow dropping and 65 percent of S&P 500 stocks in correction, investors need a bond strategy. Ignoring them isn't one. Read the full story
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WIRED: How to Lock Down What Websites Can Access on Your Computer
WIRED
If you’re not careful, websites can access your webcam and grab all kinds of permissions on your computer. Take back control of your browser. Read the full story
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Barron's: The Best Way to Own the Entire Stock Market in Just One Fund
Barron's
Total stock market funds are good core holdings for just about everyone. Choosing one can be harder than you think—here’s what to look for besides cost. Read the full story
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Forbes Magazine: Get More Yield On Your Cash At Chase, Fidelity, Schwab And Vanguard
Forbes Magazine
Not paying attention to your idle balances? You might be throwing away $500 a year. Read the full story
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Forbes Magazine: How Women Made Sextech The Next Great Frontier For Growth
Forbes Magazine
As both consumers and entrepreneurs, it’s women who have seized the sextech market — but who will ultimately profit? Read the full story
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The Atlantic: Mueller wants the FBI to look at a scheme to discredit him
The Atlantic
The special counsel says a woman was offered money to fabricate sexual-harassment claims. Read the full story
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Vox: Birthright citizenship, explained
Vox
What the 14th Amendment actually says (and what Trump thinks it says), and what would happen if Trump signed an executive order to reinterpret it. Read the full story
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MarketWatch: Here’s what you get when you stick a bunch of investing wonks on an island
MarketWatch
The event: Stocktoberfest West. The host: StockTwits. The location: I can see Mexico from my balcony! The topic: The stock market and lots of other stuff Read the full story
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CNBC: Here's how much money you have to earn to be considered middle-class
CNBC
Pew Research Center breaks down how much money you have to earn each year to qualify as middle-class in the United States, depending on the size of your family. Read the full story
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Vox: How the Sears catalog transformed shopping under Jim Crow, explained by a historian
Vox
The Sears catalog brought city goods to the country. It also unintentionally combatted white supremacy. Read the full story
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Vox: The Orionid meteor shower peaks this weekend. Here’s how to watch.
Vox
Earth is currently passing through a patch of debris created in the wake of Halley’s comet tail. Read the full story
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MarketWatch: Marijuana stocks to watch: Aurora Cannabis investments may be more valuable than its pot
MarketWatch
Aurora Cannabis is making hay from its investments in other pot stocks, drawing comparisons to Warren Buffett’s Berkshire. Read the full story
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The Wall Street Journal: Opinion: Mike Pence Announces Cold War II
The Wall Street Journal
The administration is orchestrating a far-reaching campaign against China. Read the full story
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POLITICO: University offers new course: ‘Trumpaganda’
POLITICO
The University of Illinois will offer “Trumpaganda: The War on Facts, Press and Democracy” as an eight-week course. Read the full story
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The Atlantic: The Cruelty Is the Point
The Atlantic
President Trump and his supporters find community by rejoicing in the suffering of those they hate and fear. Read the full story
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Business Insider: 'Siri, I'm getting pulled over': A new shortcut for iPhones can automatically record the police
Business Insider
A big new feature for iPhones this year is Shortcuts, an app that lets you write scripts for the iPhone. One widely shared shortcut is called Police, which records police interactions and texts a predetermined contact that you've been pulled over. It also sends a video of the encounter to your contact. The creator says the shortcut can be adapted for other situations. There's a big new feature for iPhone experts this year: It's an app called Shortcuts, and with a little bit of logic and know-how Read the full story
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Business Insider: The US, Canada, and Mexico's new trade pact looks a lot like NAFTA. Here are the key differences between them.
Business Insider
US President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The US and Canada on Sunday sealed the deal on the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the first major update of the 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement. The new trade deal bears a lot of similarities to NAFTA, but there are major differences as well. Some of the key differences: increased dairy-market access for the US, a new sunset clause, and tougher auto rules. The US and Canada on Sunday sealed the deal on a new trade Read the full story
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National Geographic: What if there were no more turtles?
National Geographic
A new study looks at the decline of a longevity icon. Read the full story
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The Washington Post: Arctic lakes are leaking greenhouse gases. And one is behaving very strangely.
The Washington Post
Researchers hunt for answers as thawing Arctic lakes leak greenhouse gases into the atmosphere Read the full story
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BBC News US: L'Origine du Monde: Mystery Courbet nude uncovered 150 years on
BBC News US
A ballet dancer was the subject of Courbet's L'Origine du Monde, says a French literary expert. Read the full story
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Senate Democrats Investigate a New Allegation of Sexual Misconduct, from the Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s College Years, by His Yale Classmate Deborah Ramirez | The New Yorker
Senate Democrats Investigate a New Allegation of Sexual Misconduct, from the Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s College Years
As Senate Republicans press for a swift vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Senate Democrats are investigating a new allegation of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh. The claim dates to the 1983-84 academic school year, when Kavanaugh was a freshman at Yale University. The offices of at least four Democratic senators have received information about the allegation, and at least two have begun investigating it. Senior Republican staffers also learned of the allegation last week and, in conversations with The New Yorker, expressed concern about its potential impact on Kavanaugh’s nomination. Soon after, Senate Republicans issued renewed calls to accelerate the timing of a committee vote. The Democratic Senate offices reviewing the allegations believe that they merit further investigation. “This is another serious, credible, and disturbing allegation against Brett Kavanaugh. It should be fully investigated,” Senator Mazie Hirono, of Hawaii, said. An aide in one of the other Senate offices added, “These allegations seem credible, and we’re taking them very seriously. If established, they’re clearly disqualifying.”
The woman at the center of the story, Deborah Ramirez, who is fifty-three, attended Yale with Kavanaugh, where she studied sociology and psychology. Later, she spent years working for an organization that supports victims of domestic violence. The New Yorker contacted Ramirez after learning of her possible involvement in an incident involving Kavanaugh. The allegation was conveyed to Democratic senators by a civil-rights lawyer. For Ramirez, the sudden attention has been unwelcome, and prompted difficult choices. She was at first hesitant to speak publicly, partly because her memories contained gaps because she had been drinking at the time of the alleged incident. In her initial conversations with The New Yorker, she was reluctant to characterize Kavanaugh’s role in the alleged incident with certainty. After six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney, Ramirez said that she felt confident enough of her recollections to say that she remembers Kavanaugh had exposed himself at a drunken dormitory party, thrust his penis in her face, and caused her to touch it without her consent as she pushed him away. Ramirez is now calling for the F.B.I. to investigate Kavanaugh’s role in the incident. “I would think an F.B.I. investigation would be warranted,” she said.
In a statement, Kavanaugh wrote, “This alleged event from 35 years ago did not happen. The people who knew me then know that this did not happen, and have said so. This is a smear, plain and simple. I look forward to testifying on Thursday about the truth, and defending my good name—and the reputation for character and integrity I have spent a lifetime building—against these last-minute allegations.”
The White House spokesperson Kerri Kupec said the Administration stood by Kavanaugh. “This 35-year-old, uncorroborated claim is the latest in a coordinated smear campaign by the Democrats designed to tear down a good man. This claim is denied by all who were said to be present and is wholly inconsistent with what many women and men who knew Judge Kavanaugh at the time in college say. The White House stands firmly behind Judge Kavanaugh.”
Ramirez said that, when both she and Kavanaugh were freshmen at Yale, she was invited by a friend on the women’s soccer team to a dorm-room party. She recalled that the party took place in a suite at Lawrance Hall, in the part of Yale known as Old Campus, and that a small group of students decided to play a drinking game together. “We were sitting in a circle,” she said. “People would pick who drank.” Ramirez was chosen repeatedly, she said, and quickly became inebriated. At one point, she said, a male student pointed a gag plastic penis in her direction. Later, she said, she was on the floor, foggy and slurring her words, as that male student and another stood nearby. (Ramirez identified the two male onlookers, but, at her request, The New Yorker is not naming them.)
A third male student then exposed himself to her. “I remember a penis being in front of my face,” she said. “I knew that’s not what I wanted, even in that state of mind.” She recalled remarking, “That’s not a real penis,” and the other students laughing at her confusion and taunting her, one encouraging her to “kiss it.” She said that she pushed the person away, touching it in the process. Ramirez, who was raised a devout Catholic, in Connecticut, said that she was shaken. “I wasn’t going to touch a penis until I was married,” she said. “I was embarrassed and ashamed and humiliated.” She remembers Kavanaugh standing to her right and laughing, pulling up his pants. “Brett was laughing,” she said. “I can still see his face, and his hips coming forward, like when you pull up your pants.” She recalled another male student shouting about the incident. “Somebody yelled down the hall, ‘Brett Kavanaugh just put his penis in Debbie’s face,’ ” she said. “It was his full name. I don’t think it was just ‘Brett.’ And I remember hearing and being mortified that this was out there.”
Ramirez acknowledged that there are significant gaps in her memories of the evening, and that, if she ever presents her story to the F.B.I. or members of the Senate, she will inevitably be pressed on her motivation for coming forward after so many years, and questioned about her memory, given her drinking at the party.
And yet, after several days of considering the matter carefully, she said, “I’m confident about the pants coming up, and I’m confident about Brett being there.” Ramirez said that what has stayed with her most forcefully is the memory of laughter at her expense from Kavanaugh and the other students. “It was kind of a joke,” she recalled. “And now it’s clear to me it wasn’t a joke.”
By his freshman year, Kavanaugh was eighteen, and legally an adult. During his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Kavanaugh swore under oath that as a legal adult he had never “committed any verbal or physical harassment or assault of a sexual nature.”
The New Yorker has not confirmed with other eyewitnesses that Kavanaugh was present at the party. The magazine contacted several dozen classmates of Ramirez and Kavanaugh regarding the incident. Many did not respond to interview requests; others declined to comment, or said they did not attend or remember the party. A classmate of Ramirez’s, who declined to be identified because of the partisan battle over Kavanaugh’s nomination, said that another student told him about the incident either on the night of the party or in the next day or two. The classmate said that he is “one-hundred-per-cent sure” that he was told at the time that Kavanaugh was the student who exposed himself to Ramirez. He independently recalled many of the same details offered by Ramirez, including that a male student had encouraged Kavanaugh as he exposed himself. The classmate, like Ramirez, recalled that the party took place in a common room on the first floor in Entryway B of Lawrance Hall, during their freshman year. “I’ve known this all along,” he said. “It’s been on my mind all these years when his name came up. It was a big deal.” The story stayed with him, he said, because it was disturbing and seemed outside the bounds of typically acceptable behavior, even during heavy drinking at parties on campus. The classmate said that he had been shocked, but not necessarily surprised, because the social group to which Kavanaugh belonged often drank to excess. He recalled Kavanaugh as “relatively shy” until he drank, at which point he said that Kavanaugh could become “aggressive and even belligerent.”
Another classmate, Richard Oh, an emergency-room doctor in California, recalled overhearing, soon after the party, a female student tearfully recounting to another student an incident at a party involving a gag with a fake penis, followed by a male student exposing himself. Oh is not certain of the identity of the female student. Ramirez told her mother and sister about an upsetting incident at the time, but did not describe the details to either due to her embarrassment.
Mark Krasberg, an assistant professor of neurosurgery at the University of New Mexico who was also a member of Kavanaugh and Ramirez’s class at Yale, said Kavanaugh’s college behavior had become a topic of discussion among former Yale students soon after Kavanaugh’s nomination. In one e-mail that Krasberg received in September, the classmate who recalled hearing about the incident with Ramirez alluded to the allegation and wrote that it “would qualify as a sexual assault,” he speculated, “if it’s true.”
One of the male classmates who Ramirez said egged on Kavanaugh denied any memory of the party. “I don’t think Brett would flash himself to Debbie, or anyone, for that matter,” he said. Asked why he thought Ramirez was making the allegation, he responded, “I have no idea.” The other male classmate who Ramirez said was involved in the incident commented, “I have zero recollection.”
In a statement, two of those male classmates who Ramirez alleged were involved in the incident, the wife of a third male student she said was involved, and three other classmates, Dino Ewing, Louisa Garry, and Dan Murphy, disputed Ramirez’s account of events: “We were the people closest to Brett Kavanaugh during his first year at Yale. He was a roommate to some of us, and we spent a great deal of time with him, including in the dorm where this incident allegedly took place. Some of us were also friends with Debbie Ramirez during and after her time at Yale. We can say with confidence that if the incident Debbie alleges ever … [more]
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WIRED: John Deere Just Swindled Farmers Out of Their Right to Repair
WIRED
The California Farm Bureau has given away the right of farmers to fix their equipment without going through a dealer. Read the full story
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Forbes Magazine: How Marketing Is Changing In Financial Services: Insight From Vanguard
Forbes Magazine
Vanguard is capitalizing on customer behavior data to individually and electronically 'nudge' its customers towards a personalized next action to reach retirement readiness goals. Read the full story
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The Washington Post: Opinion | I was sexually assaulted. Here’s why I don’t remember many of the details.
The Washington Post
And it doesn’t surprise me that for more than 30 years, Christine Blasey Ford didn’t talk about the assault she remembers. Read the full story
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Vox: Why we buy the things we buy
Vox
The mysteries of consumer behavior, explained by ice cream and independent bookstores. Read the full story
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Slate: This is the Zodiac Tweeting
Slate
We all owe Ted Cruz an apology. Read the full story
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The Motley Fool: 4 Dividend Investing Tips That Could Earn You Thousands
The Motley Fool
When you start looking for dividend stocks, you'll need a plan to limit your stock list to the best possible companies. Read the full story
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The New York Times: Opinion | Trump Keeps Lying about the Deaths of Americans
The New York Times
Also: Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, we’re using the wrong measures of the economy. Read the full story
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Vox: Here’s why it’s so hard to make a NAFTA deal
Vox
Canada and the US are trying to reach an agreement by the end of the month, but politics are holding them up. Read the full story
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InvestorPlace: 10 Super Safe Growth Stocks to Buy for Long-Lasting Dividends
InvestorPlace
Not all dividend stocks are created equal. Here are the best dividend growth stocks to buy that have the potential to become long-term plays. Read the full story
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CNBC: The IRS is warning retirees of this impending surprise tax
CNBC
Uncle Sam recently announced that retirees should pay close attention to their pension checks and ensure that they're withholding sufficient taxes. Here's how to simplify these payments. Read the full story
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ProPublica: How Struggling Dayton, Ohio, Reveals the Chasm Among American Cities
ProPublica
As a ProPublica/Frontline documentary shows, the economic and social gaps among cities are growing as dramatic as the gaps between urban and rural areas. Read the full story
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Forbes Magazine: How To Secure Safe Dividends That Pay Up To 6.7% Monthly
Forbes Magazine
If you’re like most folks, you’re so used to collecting dividends quarterly that it may not have occurred to you that your portfolio can pay you every month. Read the full story
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Vanity Fair: “He’s Destroying Your Presidency”: In the Op-Ed Aftermath, Javanka Quickly Blamed John Kelly and His Deputy—And a New Suspect Emerges
Vanity Fair
With Trump “punch-drunk,” Ivanka and Jared Kushner are taking the lead in the mole hunt—and they’ve set their sights on an old enemy. Read the full story
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Slate: There’s an Obvious Suspect for That New York Times Anonymous Op-Ed
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The article’s style and content points to one person in particular. Read the full story
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The Atlantic: This Is a Constitutional Crisis
The Atlantic
A cowardly coup from within the administration threatens to enflame the president’s paranoia and further endanger American security. Read the full story
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CNBC: Warren Buffett explains the enduring power of stock buybacks for long-term investors
CNBC
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway began buying back its own stock in the past decade and has long benefited from share repurchases of stocks it owns, most recently, Apple. The billionaire investor has long believed that when executed for the right reasons, buybacks are good. Read the full story
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TheStreet: Apple Hits Fresh All-Time High After Buffett Says iPhone Enormously Underpriced
TheStreet
Apple extended its record-setting run Friday after billionaire investor Warren Buffett said his Berkshire Hathaway investment firm continues to add to its holdings of the world's most valuable company. If Warren likes it. Apple Inc. (AAPL) shares extended their record-setting run Friday after billionaire investor Warren Buffett said his Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) investment firm continues to add to its holdings of the world's most valuable company. Buffett also said that Apple's flagship $1,000 Read the full story
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Bloomberg: Drowning in Dirty Water, Permian Seeks $22 Billion Lifeline
Bloomberg
In the dry, dusty plains of West Texas, home to America’s most prolific oil play, the problem isn’t too little water, it’s too much of it. Will Hickey in Midland, on Aug. 23 Just ask Will Hickey, the 31-year-old chief executive officer of Colgate Energy. Standing on a 26-foot high rig platform in Texas’s Reeves County, Hickey watches as contractors maneuver drilling pipe almost 10,000 feet underground in search of oil. Just a half-mile away, another rig is equally hard at work. But this one, Read the full story
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TheStreet: These Are the Most Popular 10 Industrial Stocks on Wall Street
TheStreet
Forget tech, have you followed Wall Street's lead into the industrial complex? If not, here are the ten most popular industrial stocks around. Strong U.S. economic growth, robust capex spending and tax cut fueled profit boosts has Wall Street aggressively shoveling industrial stocks into client portfolios. One of the most crowded trades among hedge funds right now is the industrial complex, says the RBC Capital Markets research team. The mutural fund space -- both large cap core and value funds Read the full story
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Barron's: Even Wall Street Pros Have a Tough Time Getting Into This Club
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The Value Investors Club brings together partners at hedge funds with individual investors. The price of admission? Great stock picks. Read the full story
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MarketWatch: If market reporters were ‘totally honest,’ their stories would look more like this
MarketWatch
Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig calls it a “blast of brilliance” and says if he had to name any bit of financial journalism he wishes he’d written — and he has written A LOT over his long career — this would be the one. Read the full story
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Vanity Fair: “Trump Is Nuts. This Time Really Feels Different”: Trump Rejects “War Council” Intervention, Goes It Alone
Vanity Fair
With his closest allies defecting, the president increasingly trusts only his instincts. He “got joy” from stripping former C.I.A. director John Brennan’s security clearance. And after betrayals by Allen Weisselberg and David Pecker, a former White House official says, Trump “spent the weekend calling people and screaming.” Read the full story
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WIRED: The untold story of NotPetya, the most devastating cyberattack in history
WIRED
Crippled ports. Paralyzed corporations. Frozen government agencies. How a single piece of code crashed the world. Read the full story
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The Washington Post: McCain’s death marks a new era for congressional checks on Trump
The Washington Post
The senator, along with Bob Corker, has held the president to account on foreign policy. Read the full story
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Vox: How to get a good night’s sleep
Vox
A science journalist spent months researching sleep. Here’s what he found. Read the full story
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POLITICO: ‘He’s Unraveling’: Why Cohen’s Betrayal Terrifies Trump
POLITICO
Perhaps for the first time, an insider has bitten back—hard. Read the full story
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Bloomberg: Opinion | Trump Learns the Cost of One-Way Loyalty
Bloomberg
OPINION | POLITICS & POLICY Wasn’t Michael Cohen the guy who said he’d take a bullet for the president? Yes, but that was then. AUGUST 22, 2018 3:53 PM EDT He’s not the only guy having a bad day. “I’m going to surround myself only with the best and most serious people. We want top-of-the-line professionals.” — Donald Trump, Aug. 8, 2015. In life, business, and now politics, the president of the United States has treated loyalty as a one-sided affair, something he expects from others but has Read the full story
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POLITICO: Giuliani: ‘Truth isn’t truth’
POLITICO
“This is going to become a bad meme,” Chuck Todd predicts during a dictionary-defying exchange. Read the full story
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MarketWatch: Opinion: If turmoil spreads in Europe, expect heavy flows into U.S. stocks
MarketWatch
The U.S. will be a safe haven — and besides, the American stock market is attractive. Read the full story
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CNN Money: The bull market is showing signs of old age, but it's not dead yet
CNN Money
The epic run for stocks will become the longest rally ever this week. But is it about to end or does it still have some life left? Read the full story
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CNBC: Reagan budget guru David Stockman: An 'unhinged White House’ will prompt a market crash
CNBC
Former OMB director David Stockman, who served in the Reagan administration, sees a jolt for the ages approaching Wall Street. Read the full story
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National Geographic: The Amazing Tale of the Genius History For
National Geographic
Naturalist Francis Willughby was the first to do things we now take for granted in science, like measuring bird beaks and fish fins. Read the full story
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Barron's: How to Find Income: Top Advisors Share Their Best Ideas
Barron's
Dividend stocks, muni bonds, and MLPs all are enticing. Why it’s time to focus on total return. Read the full story
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Bloomberg: To Get Ready for Robot Driving, Some Want to Reprogram Pedestrians
Bloomberg
You’re crossing the street wrong. That is essentially the argument some self-driving car boosters have fallen back on in the months after the first pedestrian death attributed to an autonomous vehicle and amid growing concerns that artificial intelligence capable of real-world driving is further away than many predicted just a few years ago. In a line reminiscent of Steve Jobs’s famous defense of the iPhone 4’s flawed antennae—“Don't hold it like that”—these technologists say the problem isn’t Read the full story
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