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  • U.S.-China tariffs drag global growth to lowest in a decade: IMF

    The U.S.-China trade war will cut 2019 global growth to its slowest pace since the 2008-2009 financial crisis, the International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday, but said output would rebound if their dueling tariffs were removed.

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  • Europe’s disinformation plague now a threat to U.S. media health

    "Fake news" is a term that has become all too commonplace. Sometimes we're talking about a genuine piece of disinformation. Other times, fake news means simply a news report with which a politician does not agree. Outside the U.S., disinformation is very real and pervasive, not just a partisan talking

    The Washington Times
  • Trump’s America Shines Bright for Europe’s radical New Right

    Sylvia Taschka Politics, Europe Trump,’ says one of Europe’s leading right-wing figures, ‘has given me back the belief in the other America that I never had.’ Donald Trump might not be as popular in Europe as Barack Obama was, but for many groups on the far-right of Europe’s political spectrum, he has become a heroic figure. “With Trump, the pride of a whole population has awoken

    The National Interest
  • Trump’s America shines bright for Europe’s radical New Right

    Donald Trump might not be as popular in Europe as Barack Obama was, but for many groups on the far-right of Europe’s political spectrum, he has become a heroic figure. “With Trump, the pride of a whole population has awoken

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  • An overview of Facebook’s ‘cryptocurrency’ supporters — who’s in and who’s out

    Facebook sent the world into a frenzy when it announced its intention to enter the payments space with the launch of its controversial ‘cryptocurrency‘ Libra earlier this year. Initially, Facebook said it had garnered support from 28 companies, including some of the world’s top financial and technology giants. But, as soon as regulators and central banks caught wind of Facebook‘s plans they began to issue warnings and air concerns about Libra‘s potential effect on the world’s financial system;...

    Hard Fork | The Next Web
  • It’s not kale, it’s you

    Remember the kale craze? Well, according to Amanda Mull over at the Atlantic, it’s over. And what’s more, Americans pretty much always hated the thick-leaved green, even way back in the mid-2015s, when it was common to see bearded men out and about in “Eat More Kale” t-shirts.  Mull notes that Google searches for kale peaked in [

    Mother Jones
  • It’s A Wrap For ‘RHOA’: Find Out Who’s Fighting & Who’s Making Up

    The drama is real in Atlanta. Season 12 is wrapping for the Real Housewives of Atlanta and RadarOnline.com has the exclusive details on who is fighting, who is making up and who has the most drama! NeNe Leakes started the season not speaking to a single woman on the show but she’s almost in the Read More The post It’s A Wrap For ‘RHOA’: Find Out Who’s Fighting & Who’s Making Up appeared first on RadarOnline.

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