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Begun in 1988, Financial Sense(R) Newshour is a financial market broadcast hosted by money manager James J Puplava, CFP, on the week's market action, interviews with financial experts, and Jim's personal perspective on the markets/economy.
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What do we know about US Vice President Kamala Harris, who is thought most likely to win the Democratic Party nomination after the withdrawal of Joe Biden? What are her strengths - what are her weaknesses - and does she have a path to victory? Also in the programme: the battles between the Mexican state and the drug cartels claim yet another victim…
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Sunday on PBS News Weekend, President Biden drops out of the presidential race amid growing concerns from those in his own party and beyond. As Democrats look ahead to picking a new candidate, how will they navigate election law? Plus, Judy Woodruff reflects on this remarkable moment in American history. PBS News is supported by - https://www.pbs.o…
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Jul 19, 2024 – After this week's wrap-up, Financial Sense Newshour speaks with popular energy analyst "Doomberg" about the difficult realities the US faces when it comes to resources and trade. Doomberg explains how the US can no longerעל ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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Many leading Democrats in the United States have followed Joe Biden's lead by backing his vice president, Kamala Harris as the party's new presidential nominee for the November elections. It follows Mr Biden's decision to withdraw from the election process. Also in the programme: Hundreds killed and arrested following unrest in Bangladesh and anti-…
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US President Joe Biden withdraws from the presidential race after weeks of mounting pressure from Democrats. On this special edition of Newhour, we look at President Biden’s legacy, reactions from Democrats and Republicans, and our correspondents in Washington and in Biden’s beach house in Delaware. Picture: US Vice President Kamala Harris and US P…
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With support from Democrats eroding by the day, President Biden announced he's dropping out of the 2024 race and endorsing Vice President Harris to be his party's nominee. Harris later said in a statement, "My intention is to earn and win this nomination." White House correspondent Laura Barrón-López, political correspondent Lisa Desjardins and NPR…
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President Biden's decision to end his reelection bid is unprecedented in many ways, but the path from one president to another -- and from one nominee to another -- has not always been a straight line. Judy Woodruff joins John Yang to discuss how this moment fits into the context of American history. PBS News is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/n…
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The American Democracy Minute Radio Report & Podcast for July 22, 2024 Some Campaign Strategists Hope You’ll Show Up at the Polls, Only to Find that Your Voter Registration has been Purged. Don’t Let that Happen. Here’s a scenario likely to be more common in the 2024 elections: You show up expecting to cast your ballot, but the clerk says you’r…
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The Supreme Court in Bangladesh has scrapped most of the quotas on government jobs, that have triggered widespread anti-government protests. Thousands of students have been agitating since the beginning of the month against the quota system saying it favoured those close to the governing Awami League. Around 150 people have died. Also in the progra…
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Rory Sutherland is widely regarded as one of the most influential (and most entertaining) thinkers in marketing and behavioral science. He’s the vice chairman of Ogilvy UK, the author of Alchemy: The Dark Art and Curious Science of Creating Magic in Brands, Business, and Life, and the founder of Nudgestock, the world’s biggest festival of behaviora…
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All year all anyone has heard is the Fed and its rate cuts. Soft landings imply a little weakness but no worry, Jay Powell will cut rates once maybe twice and everything will be just fine. The only question is, why on earth does anyone believe this? The evidence and history of interest rate targeting - as you'll see - is indeed 100%, as in total fa…
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Saturday on PBS News Weekend, why some Middle East nations are taking steps to normalize relations with Syria. Then, why some conservative politicians are taking aim at divorce. Plus, with a spotlight on border security this election year, we look at the dangerous path some migrants are taking to enter the United States. PBS News is supported by - …
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Clashes continue in Dhaka despite a nationwide curfew imposed to curb the student protests. Also in the programme: Israel launches its first direct strikes against the Houthis in Yemen; and we remember the pioneering black American Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee. (Photo: Smoke rising as clashes between security forces and protesters continue desp…
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In our news wrap Saturday, Biden remains in isolation with COVID while the list of Democrats calling for him to exit the race grows longer, airports and hospitals are still trying to get systems fully online after Friday's global tech outage, Israel said it carried out airstrikes in Yemen in response to Houthi attacks, and longtime Texas Rep. Sheil…
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For 14 years, the authoritarian regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has waged a bloody war against the Syrian people, killing and displacing millions. Other Arab states and the West had shunned Syria in response, making it a pariah. But now, relations with the Syrian dictator are beginning to thaw. Ali Rogin speaks with the Middle East Insti…
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Right now, couples in all 50 states who want to end their marriage can get what's called a no-fault divorce, where neither side has to prove that the other did something wrong. But some Republican lawmakers in a handful of red states want to get rid of it, saying it's unfair to men and makes divorce "too easy." Law professor Joanna Grossman joins J…
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2023 was one of the deadliest years on record for migrants crossing the southern U.S. border. Experts say tougher enforcement is pushing migrants to take more dangerous risks, like using the Pacific Ocean to try to reach San Diego from Tijuana, Mexico, resulting in a spike in drownings. Gustavo Solis of KPBS in San Diego reports. PBS News is suppor…
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There've been sporadic clashes in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, as the military enforces a national curfew to quell anti- government protests. In one neighbourhood, witnesses said riot police used live ammunition against protesters. In all, over a hundred people have died during days of unrest over a quota system for government jobs. In Californi…
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Jul 19, 2024 – After this week's wrap-up, Financial Sense Newshour speaks with popular energy analyst "Doomberg" about the difficult realities the US faces when it comes to resources and trade. Doomberg explains how the US can no longerעל ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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It has been the most tumultuous week in American politics since the Capitol Hill insurrection and it’s not over yet. Will Joe Biden stay in the race and face Donald Trump? Join moderator Jeffrey Goldberg, Laura Barrón-López of PBS News Hour, Elisabeth Bumiller of The New York Times, Leigh Ann Caldwell of The Washington Post and McKay Coppins of The…
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Friday on the News Hour, a major tech outage linked to a faulty cyber security update sparks disruptions worldwide. Former President Trump lays out his vision for another term, promising to crack down on illegal immigration and reverse climate initiatives. Plus, more Democratic lawmakers join the growing chorus calling on President Biden to exit th…
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Jul 19, 2024 – Neil Howe and William Strauss describe the "Fourth Turning" as a period of crisis and social division, often involving war or revolution, where trust in pre-existing institutions and leadership reaches a major breaking point. According to the...על ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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Jul 19, 2024 – Neil Howe and William Strauss describe the "Fourth Turning" as a period of crisis and social division, often involving war or revolution, where trust in pre-existing institutions and leadership reaches a major breaking point. According to the...על ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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A tech outage around the globe halted flights, disrupted emergency services and created headaches for businesses. The underlying problems behind the glitch were fixed by Friday afternoon, but the ripple effects lasted throughout the day and may continue into the weekend. William Brangham discussed what went wrong and the risks with Bruce Schneier, …
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Republicans capped off their national convention in Milwaukee Thursday night with a speech from the man who has reshaped the party in his image, former President Donald Trump. Lisa Desjardins reports. PBS News is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders Episode: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/gop-convention-ends-with-trumps-3rd-…
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The head of cybersecurity firm, CrowdStrike, has apologised after a faulty software update caused disruption to transport, healthcare and businesses around the world. We ask how global tech infrastructure can make us vulnerable to massive failures. Also in our programme: the International Court of Justice has said Israel's continued presence in the…
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A major IT outage has affected businesses and organisations in much of the world, from airports and banks to hospitals and media outlets, including Australia's public broadcaster. Also in the programme: a Russian court sentences the American journalist Evan Gershkovich to 16 years in prison on charges of spying; and less than a week after the attem…
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Trump is set to take centre stage at the Republican National Convention on Thursday evening to deliver a speech and formally accept the party's presidential nomination - we hear from his former national security advisor.Also on the programme: In Bangladesh the internet is cut off as protesters set fire to the headquarters of the national broadcaste…
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Delegates at the 2024 Republican National Convention in Milwaukee have responded positively to the first speech by their vice presidential nominee, JD Vance. Also in the programme: the Iranian badminton player competing at the Paris Olympics as part of the team of refugees; and after astronomers find tantalising evidence of so-called 'biosignature …
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Jul 17, 2024 – The latest data reveals that Asia is significantly outpacing the U.S. and most Western countries in the robotics race. Connor Lokar from ITR Economics delves into the major trends unfolding in AI, robotics, and data center development...על ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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Jul 17, 2024 – The latest data reveals that Asia is significantly outpacing the U.S. and most Western countries in the robotics race. Connor Lokar from ITR Economics delves into the major trends unfolding in AI, robotics, and data center development...על ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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China says it is suspending nuclear non-proliferation and arms control talks with the United States in response to recent US military sales to Taiwan. Also on the programme: We speak to a former reporter for the Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong, who says she was fired because she was determined to chair a press union there; and the mayor of Paris h…
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Long: Bangladesh shuts down schools as student protests turn deadly amid calls for a reform of the quota system for public sector jobs. We hear from the Bangladesh law minister Anisul Huq. Also in the programme: Paris Olympics organising committee chair says the Seine River is safe for sport; and the Gazan man with Down’s syndrome attacked by Israe…
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Jul 16, 2024 – Today, we're going to do a deep dive into Trump’s re-election chances, particularly in light of the June debate and the recent assassination attempt. We'll also discuss his VP selection of JD Vance and examine potential policy...על ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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Jul 16, 2024 – Today, we're going to do a deep dive into Trump’s re-election chances, particularly in light of the June debate and the recent assassination attempt. We'll also discuss his VP selection of JD Vance and examine potential policy...על ידי fswebmaster@financialsense.com (Financial Sense)
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