Friday, April 22, 2016

Headlines in the News April 22, 2016

Fed Issues An Ominous Warning To JPMorgan Chase And Leaders Flock To Secret Meetings
Sanctions Lifted, Now Iran Wants To Get Paid
How of Representatives Files Amicus Brief in Support of Judicial Watch Taxpayer Lawsuit to Prevent DC Government from Illegally Spending Taxpayer Money
Privatizing the US Postal Service
Treasury Official Dismisses Bank Fears about Liquidity Crisis
A Bunch of Hedge Fund Managers Got Together in a Room and Talked about How Long China Has
Funny Numbers Show Money Leaving China
IMF Members Urge “Growth-Friendly” Spending, New Lending Tools
Greece Back in the Firing Line as IMF Reconsiders Bailout Deal
41 Foods You Should Make Yourself
Cylindrical Japanese survival kit
Why living around nature could make you live longer
Sheriff: Without Secure Border Every County Will Be ‘A Border County’
Residual drugs in water supply
High school gun range
The Family Prepper Inn
Radio Amateurs Asked to Keep 7.060 MHz Clear for Ecuador Earthquake Emergency Traffic
Officer In D.C. Metropolitan Police Department Pointed Unloaded Gun At Head Of Another Officer And Dry Fired The Gun On Orders From His Sergeant
Pimco Economist Has A Stunning Proposal To Save The Economy: The Fed Should Monetize Gold
Sears Plans to Close Almost 80 Stores in Bid for Profitability
Boulevard of Broken Retirement Dreams
Mario Draghi defends ECB policy
Why America’s impressive 5% unemployment rate feels like a lie for so many
Is Citigroup the Best-Managed Large Bank in America?
Allegheny Technologies to Cut 250 Jobs
Get Ready for Huge Obamacare Premium Hikes in 2017
Intel Lays Off 12,000 After Seeking Visas to Import 14,523 Foreign Professionals Since 2010
$91 Billion In Capex Cuts, A Serious Hangover For Oil
U.S. Leading Economic Index Rises Less Than Expected In March
WallSt Wages
Mattel may outsource some jobs at Fisher-Price
How The Money Printers Enable Big Government
Gold Prices: This One Factor Suggests $2,000 Gold Could Be Coming
Japan emissions cheating, German opposition to low rates
While America Debates the $20, China Moves Closer to Gold
FBI paid more than $1.3M to break into San Bernardino iPhone
Solar developer SunEdison in bankruptcy as aggressive growth plan unravels
USDollar/USDX Index
“We Are Slaves to Technology. Here’s What To Do If You Want to Break Free”
Federal Agents Caught “Masquerading As Utility Workers” While Installing Mysterious Spy Box

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