July 11, 2020

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Full Steam Ahead For China's Rail Links Abroad?

After a generation of absorbing foreign capital and technology, China is now beginning to export them.

As Egypt Moves Toward Elections, Anxiety Grows

In Egypt, political parties are frantically trying to organize, register and make themselves known before elections scheduled for this fall.

Japan Backs Off Of Nuclear Power After Public Outcry

Japan is reassessing how it produces electricity after March's earthquake and tsunami sparked a crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

WFCR News: Street Smart Sustainability

On the 41st anniversary of Earth Day, many orgs. are calling attention to green activities. David Mager and Joe Sibilia have a co-authored...

Plastic: A Toxic Love Story

We all know that plastics are common in modern life, but science journalist Susan Freinkel says they're really literally everywhere.

Republicans Mount Defense Of Anti-Gay Marriage Law

House Republicans are scheduled to weigh in with a federal court in New York on the side of a law called the Defense...

The David Pakman Show with Former Governor Jesse Ventura

David Pakman interviews Former Governor Jesse Ventura, discussing his new book '63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read,' as well as...

"Kill them, bury them" - Fannie Mae's lobbying strategy

Before the financial crisis, many Americans had never heard of Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. Today, we own them. Via NPR.

A Shrinking City Knocks Down Neighborhoods

By 2006, most of the steel mills in Youngstown, Ohio, had been gone for decades. The population was shrinking. So the city launched...

Asian Nations Try Not To Get Scorched By 'Hot Money'

More money is flowing into Southeast Asia because the world's largest developing economy, China, is keeping the money out.



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