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Topics today include:
Broken Velocity: Yellen’s Low Inflation Quandary (Hint: FHFA Home Price Index Growing At 6.62% YoY)
Science News and Information Today
Which states could win and lose from the new ObamaCare repeal bill
Why Muslims are the world’s fastest-growing religious group
McCain to vote no on ObamaCare repeal
Have no doubt, President Trump will wind up firing Robert Mueller
How Exxon Mobil May Soon Have Greater Sway over Science used in EPA Policies
Cops Delete FB Post of Massive ‘Weed’ Bust After the Internet Corrects Them
Islamophobic U.E. Megadonor Fuels German Far-Right Party with Viral Fake News
Bernie Sanders: Saudi Arabia Is “Not an Ally” and the US Should “Rethink” Its Approach to Iran
Bernie Sanders to Democrats: This is What a Radical Foreign Policy Looks Like
Saudi Arabia Cracks Down on Dissenting Clerics Amid Rumors of Crown Prince's Rise to Throne
US Troops Had No Idea How to Train Afghan Police, so They Used TV Show Cops
China Debt Story
People in the Philippines Still Favor U.S. Over China, but Gap Is Narrowing
Can renewable energy power a steel mill?
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