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Topics today include:
Nomi Prins Summarizes Deutsche Bank's Problems
Can America Go Bankrupt?
Is Laurence Kotlikoff Correct - The U.S. has $210 Trillion on a "Credit Card"?
New Book from Dean Baker
Do Market Rules Create Extreme Inequality?
116 Years of Inflation-Adjusted Dow Jones Industrial Average
The Last Time Temperature Changes Were This Rapid Was 55 Million Years Ago
A Comet, Rather than Volcanoes, Could Have Produced Climate Change 55 Million Years Ago
Pentagon Stops Bonus Clawbacks
GDP Could Reach 3% for 3rd Quarter
Trump Calls for New Glass-Steagall
Polls are Tightening for Trump and Clinton
Clinton Shows Early Voting Strength
Surprisingly Strong Eurozone Manufacturing Report
France Clears Calais Refugee Camp but Refugees Still Not Processed
IS Grabbing Human Shields for Mosul
Russia Drops Request for Docking at Spanish Port
Learning from the Cold War for Today's Russian Challenges
Duterte Faces Opposition Among Citizens to American "Divorce"
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