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What We Read Today 02 February 2018

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Topics today include:‚Äč

  • Read the White House Release Letter and the Entire Nunes Memo

  • Read Frequently Updated Reactions to Nunes Memo from the Associated Press

  • Hotly disputed Russia-probe memo released over FBI protest

  • The Latest: Fired FBI director says of memo, ‘That’s it?’

  • Hotly disputed Russia-probe memo released over FBI protest

  • Trump is on a Nixonian collision course with the FBI

  • Trump decides to ‘go on the attack’ over FBI probe

  • Trump embraced transparency with the anti-FBI memo, but won't disclose 9 things himself

  • California Could See the Return of $4 Gasoline by May

  • Appeals court rules consumer bureau's structure is constitutional

  • America’s Highways and Byways Are Rapidly Getting Older

  • Majorities Say Government Does Too Little for Older People, the Poor and the Middle Class

  • Brexit:  UK's transition period could be extended past start of 2021, EU says

  • Euro-Area Economy Posts Strong 2017 Finish Buoyed by ECB

  • BOJ's negative rate policy has not worked as hoped

  • China's plans for creating new international courts are raising fears of bias

  • The Shifting Media Landscape

  • California coffee shops may be required to display cancer warnings: report

  • Does Coffee Contain a Carcinogen? Here's What the Science Says

  • Last year’s high-yield issuance was dominated by energy/commodity sectors.

  • Market Euphoria May Turn to Despair If 10-Year Yield Jumps to 3%

  • What Is U.S. Oil production, Actually?

  • And More


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