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Topics today include:
This Army of AI Robots Will Feed the World
Why Best-Selling Author John Grisham Wants To Massively Disrupt Healthcare
Colonoscopy? How About a Blood Test?
The End of Facts is Not a Fact
Emerging Markets Flows
Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice
Court battle brewing over work rules for Medicaid
US Influenza Activity Widespread and Intense, May Be Peaking
Jacksonville City Council President and Local Public Defender Call for Suspension of Pedestrian Ticket Writing
Scarborough slams 'entire mainstream media' for being 'reflexively anti-Trump'
Pew: Trump media three times more negative than for Obama, just 5 percent positive
Child Mortality Rate 70% Higher in U.S. Than in Other Rich Nations
No-deal Brexit would cost EU economy £100bn, report claims
Brexit is hampering UK productivity, says Bank policymaker
UK productivity jumps at fastest rate for six years
Syria war: Turkey denounces US 'terror army' plan for border
India Supreme Court judges: Democracy is in danger
China Credit Growth is Slowing
Type 1 Diabetes on the Rise in China, Most New Cases in Adults
Huge oil spill left after burning tanker sinks off China
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