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Source: Common Domain

Stock-market investors have yet to grasp the long-term implications of mind-boggling budget deficits

Tuesday 21:52 GMT

Investors in both the stock and bond markets have yet to grasp the longer-term implications of mind-boggling deficits and an onerous, permanent debt burden.

Last week’s budget deal in Washington, D.C., which prevented yet another government shutdown, confronts Americans with a grim new reality: trillion-dollar deficits as far as the eye can see and federal debt that, even in percentage terms, could surpass the highest in U.S. history.

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Source: Fox News

Lent: What is it, who's it for and how do you do it?

Wednesday 09:57 GMT

You don’t have to be Catholic or to be part of Christian church that observes Lent to make your own journey through the season.

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday as ashes are imposed with a solemn reminder, “Remember you are dust, and to dust you shall return” or similar words. While it sounds very grim, it is actually a loving reminder that our earthly life is very short, very precious gift.

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Source: New York Times

China’s Catholics Rue Church’s Slide as Powers Debate Control

Thursday 19:07 GMT

For nearly four centuries, a swath of farming and fishing villages on China’s southeast coast has survived as a stronghold of Catholicism, sometimes flourishing, other times withering, its fate often dependent on decisions or conflicts far away in Beijing or Europe.

This time, it centers on talks between China and the Vatican to bridge their historical differences by settling the thorniest issue dividing them: control of the bishops and priests who run the Roman Catholic Church in China.

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Source: The Guradian

Black Panther's Chadwick Boseman: 'Everybody’s minds are opening up'

Friday 14:33 GMT

He mentions TV shows such as Insecure (based on Issa Rae’s web series The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl) and Donald Glover’s oddball hip-hop comedy-drama Atlanta; as well as Dee Rees’s Netflix feature Mudbound, nominated for four Oscars (including a historic first female cinematographer nomination for Rachel Morrison, who also shot Black Panther).

For when Black Panther is not leaping off buildings and on to speeding cars, intercepting arms deals that could unleash anarchy on the world, he is king of the (fictional) African country Wakanda.

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Source: Common Domain

The Moment a Shirt Reminded Me of the Heartbreaking Loss of My Child

Friday 19:07 GMT

I thought about the tremendous love your father and I could feel the moment we first met you and the lives you touched in those 55 days here on earth.

The last time I bought you clothing was the outfit you wore as you passed away in my arms on August 16, 2013… a day I will never forget. I found myself pulling out my phone and snapping a picture, wanting that reminder of what could have been.

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Source: Fox News

Want to live forever You just have to make it to 2050

Saturday 19:05 GMT

However, Dr. Pearson tells The Sun that there are a number of different ways we could live forever – as long as you can make it to the year 2050.

"You might even have ones of different genders and different ages, some old, young, female, male – there might be new genders by 2050 as well, so several other ones you can pick too." He explains that we'll have to wait until around "2045, 2050" before we'll be able to create these strong brain-to-machine links, and says the cost will be very high initially.

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Source: The Guradian

Top Democrat suggests proof of Trump-Russia collusion still to come

Monday 21:52 GMT

The top Democrat on the House intelligence committee suggested on Monday that Robert Mueller may still present evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, despite last week’s indictments stating that such connections relating to those cases were merely “unwitting”. Adam Schiff, a frequent foe of Donald Trump’s whom the president called “the leakin’ monster of no control” at the weekend, told WNYC he felt that a web of collusion had already been established.


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