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Topics today include:
Invest and Profit With the POTUS Indexes
A reboot for chronic fatigue syndrome research
Biological underpinnings of chronic fatigue syndrome begin to emerge
Vital Signs: how likely is another financial crisis? It comes down to what we believe
The quantum computing apocalypse is imminent
Basic Income Fixes a Measuring Problem
Ed Easterling: Volatility in Perspective
Trump Calls Haiti, African Nations ‘Shithole’ Countries
Bitcoin Set for Worst Weekly Slide Since 2015 as Scrutiny Rises
Hype Meets Reality as Electric Car Dreams Run Into Metal Crunch
The Cobalt Cliff, Two Dire Warnings And A Musk Soliloquy
‘Taxpayer Friendly’ IRS Guidance Could Ease Offshore Worries
U.S. Supreme Court to Review Bid to Collect Internet Sales Tax
Amazon May Have Dropped a Clue About a Likely HQ2 Location
Demoralized Trump aides grapple with ‘shithole’-gate
Trump responds to s---hole reports: ‘This was not the language used’
Retired FBI Agent: The Real Reason Trump’s Lawyers Don’t Want a Mueller Interview
Germany edges closer to new coalition
Trump Keeps U.S. in Iran Nuclear Deal But Adds New Sanctions
Trump Won't Say Whether He Spoke With North Korea's Kim Jong Un
China Neck and Neck With Silicon Valley In Showcasing Auto Tech at CES
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