Daily Digest 6/13 – We Can’t Repay Our Government’s Debts, Life Without The Internet

Daily Digest 6/13 - We Can't Repay Our Government's Debts, Life Without The Internet
  • Venezuela annual inflation hits 24,600 percent in May: National Assembly
  • Consumer prices jump 2.8 percent for biggest increase in more than six years
  • As city worker OT surges, so does pressure on pension costs (New York)
  • KRS approves $1.5 million in legal fees as San Francisco money manager brings pension systems to court (Kentucky)
  • Pension Budget Raided To Plug $14M City Deficit (New Haven)
  • Chicago Schools Need $3 Billion In Repairs, Yet CPS Spends Big On New Construction
  • Opinion: Italy never should have joined the euro, and the ECB can’t rescue it from its next crisis
  • Average Phoenix household has $12,000 in credit card debt, report says
  • We can’t repay our government’s debts
  • Brazil’s central bank in firepower test with currency speculators
  • The $1.5 Trillion Student Debt Bubble Is About To Pop
  • How nuclear war would affect Earth’s climate
  • Life Without The Internet
  • More than half of Millennials expect to be millionaires someday, according to a new study
  • How Much Radiation Can People Survive?

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