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Bitcoin bull Tom Lee has identified 12 stocks that are perfect if you don’t want to own it (GBTC, MGTI, GROW, HIVE.CN, DCC.AU, NVDA, AMD, CME, CBOE, OSTK, GS, SQ, XBT)

Bitcoin is still too risky for many investors with a lot of money at stake. But there's a handful of stocks that stand to benefit from bitcoin and the underlying blockchain technology, according to Tom Lee, a strategist at FundstratShow More Summary

If Renewables Aren’t Growing Fast Enough to Replace Nuclear, What Are Europe’s Options?

Europe's electricity markets are in flux. Renewables have upended wholesale markets, but decarbonization has been slow. Can the region meet its long-term carbon reduction goals, even as nuclear declines? “The pathways [that] energy markets...Show More Summary

Cascading use is also beneficial for wood

(Technical University of Munich (TUM)) Another ten years -- that is approximately how long sustainable forestry will be able to satisfy the continuously growing demand for wood. In Germany and Europe, new concepts are therefore being discussed for more responsible and efficient industrial use of the renewable, but still limited wood resources. Show More Summary

Evangelicals and Domestic Violence: Are Christian Men More Abusive?

A sociologist looks at the data on domestic abuse against women. As a sociologist who studies family and marriage trends, I predict that in the coming years, we’ll see a growing wave of mainstream media and academic stories contending that religion, especially evangelical Christianity, hurts women, children, and families. Show More Summary

ABT's 'Nutcracker,' a new classic worth watching over and over (and over)

1 hour agoArts : Culture Monster

The advantages of watching a ballet once, twice or even more, year after year? Not only do you get to know its intricacies, but in the case of “The Nutcracker,” you also get to watch its child performers grow up into lead parts. Of course, not every “Nutcracker” is worth repeated viewing. The 1892...

Ninebark – Growing in Georgia

Q: My ninebark shrub is not doing well. When planted it was beautiful and really cool looking. It is supposed to be native to Georgia. Now it seems to be dying/struggling. Any advice? A: Ninebark, Physocarpus opulifolius, is indeed a native plant in Georgia and can thrive in the right spot. When I did a […]

Basel Baby: A Local's First Journey Into the Madness of Miami Art Week

When you grow up here, you see Basel as a kind of abstract happening. It's something your rich friends get to go to while you're stuck at home prepping for Christmas and Hanukkah. Beyond the beaches and the walls of Wynwood, life goes on and celebrity sightings are nil. It's...

Today: Santa Barbara County Under Siege

Firefighters made progress against blazes in Los Angeles and San Diego counties, but in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties the situation is growing more dire. TOP STORIES Santa Barbara County Under Siege The Thomas fire that started in Ventura County one week ago has pushed into Santa Barbara County...

GOP Worried About Special Election In Pennsylvania

Playbook: “Republicans are growing increasingly worried about the special election in Pennsylvania’s 18th district. Former Republican Rep. Tim Murphy resigned after it became public that he suggested his mistress have an abortion. D.C. Republicans nominated Rick Saccone — a state [...]

The evangelical slippery slope, from Ronald Reagan to Roy Moore

When I was growing up in the evangelical subculture in the 1960s and 1970s, I heard a lot of warnings about slippery slopes, especially relating to the Bible. If you dared to interpret the many-headed beasts or the vials of judgment in the Book of Revelation as allegory, then pretty soon you’d...

Op-Ed Contributor: America’s Shampoo Economy

3 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Economic bubbles grow — and eventually pop — when politicians forget why financial regulations exist.

Russia's Putin lands in Egypt in sign of growing ties

Making his second visit to Egypt since 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin flew to Cairo on Monday for talks with his Egyptian counterpart on the two countries' rapidly expanding ties … Click to Continue »

Wildfires force Californians to buy smoke masks

4 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

California fire officials anticipate fires will keep growing due to gusty winds, no rain and decades-old dry vegetation. The biggest fire burned at least 270 square miles northwest of Los Angeles, where people are buying masks for the smoke. (Dec. 11)        

The 12 Days of Skyhorse Publishing Day 6 The Environmental & Genetic Causes of Autism

We'd like to express our gratitude to Tony Lyons, Publisher at Skyhorse Publishing in New York City. Skyhorse is one of the fastest growing independent publishers in America and one of the few to tackle the toughest, most controversial topics...

Legal Pot Is Coming to California in January. What Do You Want To Know?

You may have heard: Legal weed is coming to the Golden State. In November 2016, California passed Prop 64, or the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, making it legal for any adult over the magical age of 21 to possess or grow pot under certain amounts. Hippies cheered. And on January 1, pot shops in California […]

Millennials, taxes, disasters: 10 predictions for 2018

Home prices are up, the stock market keeps hitting all-time highs and consumer confidence has soared. On the other hand, we’ve been rattled a year of unprecedented natural disasters, growing divisiveness and an on-going inventory shortage...

Can Parents ‘Robot-Proof’ Their Child’s Job Future?

5 hours agoHealth : Well

Robots may make half of today’s jobs obsolete in 20 years. What careers will be left when our children grow up?

Pelosi In a Bind As Momentum Grows on Impeachment

The House Minority leader wants to go slow on dumping Trump, while 58 House Democrats say the time has come. The case for impeaching President Donald Trump is growing stronger. “It's time for the American public to ponder the gravity and consequences of the scandal engulfing the White House,” writes CNN commentator Errol Louis. Show More Summary

If We Want Kids to Grow Up and Earn a Decent Living, Schools Should Teach Them to Organize Unions

Malcolm Harris, author of Kids These Days, thinks the skills gap is bunk, and that real "career readiness" would prepare kids to stand up for themselves. How are millennials stereotyped as lazy, despite being a highly efficient and productive...Show More Summary

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