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Morning Reads for Friday April 18, 2014

Here: - Pass the popcorn. This is going to be fun. - State has 30 days to fix problems with food stamp program or risk losing lots of money. - Clark Howard’s sad face. - Two birds, one stone? - What? We haven’t even named the team yet… - That knee is lookin’ pretty good. […]

Morning Linkage: Sriracha Threatening to Move, Decline of the Chandler Mansion

· Sriracha threatening to move out of Irwindale over noxious smell complaints · After Huizar complaints, Jay-Z's big festival is back on at Grand Park · Big push on sidewalk fixes starts in South LA · Tiny little condo...

10 Things You Need To Know Before The Opening Bell (SPX, SPY, DIA, DJI, QQQ, TLT, GLD)

Good morning. Here's what you need to know. China slowing. Chinese GDP growth slowed to 7.4% year over year in the first quarter of 2014 from 7.7%, but bested consensus estimates for a slowdown to a 7.3% rate. Fixed asset investment growth unexpectedly slowed to 17.6% year over year in March from 17.9%. Show More Summary

Arecibo Observatory operational after repairs to fix earthquake damage

Early in the morning on January 13, 2014, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck beneath the Atlantic Ocean north of Puerto Rico, damaging Arecibo Observatory, the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope. The telescope is now operational after repairs and scientists have resumed observations. Show More Summary

Russia Tells Ukrainians: 'Referendum' Or We Can't Protect You As Ukraine Proposes State Of Emegency

The relative calm of the last two weeks as US talking-heads proclaim Ukraine 'fixed', Russia 'under control', and Europe 'recovering' is being obliterated this morning. The storming of various non-Crimean Ukrainian city government buildings suggest round two of the push is beginning and Russia is wasting no time explaining how this will go down. Show More Summary

Sunday Morning Playtime

We returned home Friday night from a road trip spring break. Final destination: Florida! It was so nice to soak up some warm and get a good fix of Vitamin D. Most years, when we return home after the first...

DNC Chair Can't Name What She Would Fix With Obamacare

DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz appeared on MSNBC's The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd on Tuesday morning and could not tell Todd what issues related to the Affordable Care Act could be fixed right now via legislation. WASSERMAN...Show More Summary

Morning Feeding: Parents Do Not Make Childhood Magical

I’m done making my kid’s childhood magical (Huffpost Parents) Mom confessions: what’s in your purse?  ( Can a break fix your marriage?   (Your Tango) My secret to overcoming my biggest obstale–myself (Babble) The side effects of having kids (The … More » Morning Feeding: Parents Do Not Make Childhood Magical is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

Energy investigation: Does Ed Miliband know what he's fixing?

From my Morning Briefing email: subscribe here Labour is making big efforts to make sure it gets credit for the competition inquiry into the Big Six energy companies. Ed Miliband wants everyone to know that it was his pledge of a price freeze last autumn that triggered a political panic in Number 10 that led, [...]

Morning Plum: The battle over Obamacare is really a battle over Obama

In many ways, the political battle over Obamacare is really a battle over Obama. The Wall Street Journal reports this morning that a number of red state Senate Democrats will propose a package of “fixes” to the Affordable Care Act. Two of these Dems — Mary Landrieu and Mark Begich — are under heavy fire […]

Selena Gomez Announces A ‘Secret Project’: Is New Music On The Way?

Selena Gomez got the internet buzzing this morning (March 25) when she posted a picture on Instagram with the caption “secret project”. The image itself doesn’t give much away — the stunning 21-year-old is pictured fixing her hair in a dressing room mirror — but fans are speculating it could be the first indication that... More »

Amazon Issues Credits in Response to eBook Price Fixing

3 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Amazon has issued credits to customers who purchased eBooks from select publishers, as a response to the eBook price fixing case. The online retailer sent out emails to customers this morning. “The credit results from legal settlements...Show More Summary

Blog update: The lights are back on

We’ve just about gotten the latest hack mess fixed, and will start posting again Wednesday morning. Sorry, again, for the delay. But we’re working on bringing you a solid spring and summer.

Morning Feeding: 100 Easy Steps To Putting Your Toddler To Bed

How to put a toddler to bed in 100 easy steps  (Huffpost Parents) Feeding toddlers: common mistakes & easy fixes  ( Holy hybrids! What happens when veggies hookup   (Your Tango) Ways to build your child’s grit (Babble) Ridiculous places … More » Morning Feeding: 100 Easy Steps To Putting Your Toddler To Bed is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

How GM Quietly Hid Recalled Part Fix From Itself In 2006

3 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:30 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important? Read more...

The Front End Of The Yield Curve Could Be In For A Dramatic Repricing (TLT)

Editor's note: Below is an interview with David Keeble, head of fixed income strategy at Crédit Agricole. This Q&A went out to subscribers of our "10 Things You Need To Know Before The Opening Bell" newsletter on Friday morning. Sign...Show More Summary

Watch: Golden Donna - “Empty Charm Vessel”

I’ve been taking care of my Grams a lot more recently, cooking her dinner and fixing my special Port Worshington salad, bringing in her paper in the mornings, checking up for a scotch in the evenings, etc. Sunday, we had two personal...Show More Summary

The Story of Flight 370 Changes Again

last monthNews : News Desk

On Monday morning, a few fixed points we thought we had in the mystery of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 were rubbed out or, at least, smudged. On Sunday, Malaysian authorities said that the plane’s Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System ( ACARS ) was turned off at 1:07 A.M. Show More Summary

Dude, You Might Be Able to Get a Degree in Coffee

Get your snide remarks ready because UC Davis is mulling over a new major focusing on … coffee. Yes, coffee, the stuff that drives humans to doom and mania if they don’t get their fix first thing in the morning or that crucial hour in the afternoon. Show More Summary

Dear America, Please Fix Your Crappy Infrastructure

A gas leak caused an explosion that collapsed two buildings in New York City. We need to start repairing our pipes. Just after 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning, a massive explosion tore through East Harlem in New York City, leveling two five-story buildings filled with apartments. Show More Summary

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