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Topics today include:
10 Charts That Show Why Gold Is Undervalued Right Now
Non-Electric Batteries Could Store Solar Energy
The most common lies people tell on their CVs
The 50 Cheapest, Healthiest Foods In The Supermarket
Wealth Recovery in the U.S.
The World is Running Out of a Resource, and It's Not Oil
Trump: Bannon has 'lost his mind'
Read President Donald Trump's full statement on Steve Bannon — 'he lost his mind'
Steve Bannon says he's certain that Trump met with Russians who were at Trump Tower in 2016
Lessons from an Umseemly Presidential Transition - from Hoover to Roosevelt
White House surprised, frustrated by Trump's New York Times interview: report
The Distrust that Trump Relies On
Trump's tax law creates new challenges for IRS
The Misguided GOP Attack on Government Bureaucrats
Donald Trump can save 600,000 lives — How many can you save?
America's Superstar Companies Are a Drag on Growth
ECB's Coeure sees 'reasonable chance' bond buys will not be extended
December 2017 Eurosystem staff macroeconomic projections for the euro area
China's Dollar Bond Boom
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