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Topics today include:
No Place to Hide for Investors
Traders Are Asking If the Bond and Stock Selloff Is the Start of Something Big
U.S. Social Programs Keep People Out of Poverty
Classical Technical Pattern for Bitcoin
Roubini Says Bitcoin Is the ‘Biggest Bubble in Human History’
U.S. Restaurant Profits Up, But Slowing Sales Continues
'Greening' of the World Continues to Grow
The Pennsylvania Gerrymander
Supreme Court denies GOP request to block Pennsylvania gerrymandering decision
The Nunes Memo Undermines the Right
Senate documents show FBI trying to suppress release of new Trump dossier info
Grassley pushes to reveal more about Steele criminal referral
Oklahoma, America’s No. 2 wind producer, sours on the industry
Can the Great Lakes Become Fishable, Drinkable and Swimmable Again?
Federal workers on edge over Trump call for firing power
UK’s construction activity
If you’re not sure why what’s happening in Poland matters so much, here’s what you need to know
China’s 2015 GDP Was Exaggerated By Fake Data, Analysis Shows
World's Largest Virtual Power Plant Coming to Australia in Deal With Tesla
Special Report: The Never-Ending Coup in Honduras
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