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Experts discuss warning signs of eruption at Yellowstone super volcano

Rumors are rumbling that the Yellowstone super volcano will erupt sooner than expected as recent studies suggest the super-eruption will happen in a matter of decades rather than centuries. Fox13Now took a trip to West Yellowstone to put those rumors to the test with the experts: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter


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Source: Experts discuss warning signs of eruption at Yellowstone super volcano
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Financial strategist says 'The Great Crash of 2018' will start in bond market

Ten years after the 2008 financial crisis "very little has been really fixed," and the next bubble is about to burst, says Bill Blain, a strategist at Mint Partners. According to Blain, this time the bond markets will trigger the mayhem.  
 
Global stocks rose in value after the People's Bank of China poured $47 billion into its financial system. That means "central banks have little to worry about in 2018 - if markets get fractious, just bung a load of money at them," said Blain.  
 
The 2008 crisis, which was about consumer debt, was triggered by mortgages. We still have consumer debt crisis problems ahead, warns Blain, adding the next financial crisis is likely to be in corporate debt.  
 
 
 
"More immediately, the realization a crisis is coming feels very similar to June 2007 when the first mortgage-backed funds in the US started to wobble." He said it explains why "we're seeing the highly levered sector of the junk bond markets struggle, and companies correlated to struggling highly levered consumers (such as health and telecoms) also in trouble."  
 
 
 
Stock markets don't matter, according to the strategist. "The truth is in bond markets. And that's where I'm looking for the dam to break. The great crash of 2018 is going to start in the deeper, darker depths of the credit market," he said.  
 
 
 
"I'm convinced bond markets are the REAL bubble we should be watching, and it's going to start in high yield..."

Source: Financial strategist says 'The Great Crash of 2018' will start in bond market

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A famous waterfall mysteriously disappears overnight in Chiapas, Mexico - local residents manage to 'fix' it (videos)

One of the most famous tourist attractions of Chiapas has almost completely disappeared as the flow of the river has decreased unexpectedly. Residents living around Cascadas de Agua Azul and from tourists visiting the area, woke up in distress as they noted that the waterfall had almost completely disappeared on November 10, 2017. The baffled inhabitants directly alerted authorities about the unusual phenomenon. Officials are investigating but have found nothing yet. Baffling is the fact that Chiapas is coming out from an intense wet season and that it has rained last week as well. So no drought, no needs of irrigation of agriculture. So what's the heck?

Source: A famous waterfall mysteriously disappears overnight in Chiapas, Mexico - local residents manage to 'fix' it (videos)

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Second round of Mugabe exit talks as ruling party ousting him

Clinging to his now virtually powerless post, longtime Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Sunday was set to discuss his expected exit with the army commander who put him under house arrest, while the ruling party began recalling the world's oldest head of state as its leader.

Source: Second round of Mugabe exit talks as ruling party ousting him
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Gale Stanley: New Release! Counter Strike by CN Stoesen #Military #ScienceFiction

The rifle lay beside her as her back pushed tight against the shattered wall. She was breathing slowly to control her heart rate. The walker's metal joints squealed and its feet pounded the broken pavement of the street below. Counting in her head, she reached zero. With a flick of a finger, moved the rifle's selector switch to auto. Taking the pistol grip, she raised the weapon to her shoulder and braced it on top of the shattered wall. The building was an apartment complex in the past. Now, it stood ruined and derelict like most buildings in her city. As she got ready to fire, she noticed the remains of wallpaper still clung to the wall she hid behind. Pastel ducks, bunnies and bears told her that the room she occupied was once a nursery. Now it was a ruin. The Walker's thumping feet propelled it closer. There, it was two hundred meters down the street. Standing four sto...

Source: Gale Stanley: New Release! Counter Strike by CN Stoesen #Military #ScienceFiction

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Pentagon data: Fort Carson sexual assault reports increased - U.S.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Sexual assault reports have more than doubled since 2013 at Fort Carson, Colorado, according to a report released Friday by the Pentagon. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports 116 sexual assault reports were made at Fort Carson in 2016, up from 43 reports in 2013. The post has nearly 25,000 soldiers. Sexual assault reports there peaked in 2015 at 125. Fort Carson's chief of staff Col. Miles Brown said the number of reports suggests that people are confident they will be treated well. "I think the confidence comes from the fact it is a commander's program," Brown said. "We lead our way through this every day and every month." Brown says Fort Carson commanders are determined to stop predatory behavior and ultimately want to eliminate sexual assault and harassment. "It's fratricide, plain and simple, and that's why commanders have to minimize that ris...

Source: Pentagon data: Fort Carson sexual assault reports increased - U.S.

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Today's News / 7 E-Commerce Trends to Pay Attention to in 2018
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7 E-Commerce Trends to Pay Attention to in 2018

Once you get past the holiday rush, take time to plot your e-commerce strategy for 2018 with a focus on these 7 trends.

Source: 7 E-Commerce Trends to Pay Attention to in 2018

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GOP Tax Bill Is The End Of All Economic Sanity In Washington

The GOP tax cut now working its way through Congress will be the start of a decades-long fiscal policy disaster unlike any others that have occurred in American history.

Source: GOP Tax Bill Is The End Of All Economic Sanity In Washington

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Saudi Arabia, Arab allies in Cairo talks on Iran, Hezbollah

Saudi Arabia, Arab allies in Cairo talks on Iran, Hezbollah  ReutersIran and Saudi Arabia take their rivalry to Lebanon  The EconomistWith Hariri in France, Trump and Macron discuss countering Iran, Hezbollah  The Times of IsraelContaining Iran's influence: The regional players' wagers on Tel Aviv and Israel's calculations  HuffPostSaudi Arabia and Iran are jostling for control over the Middle East – and it could turn into all-out war  The IndependentFull coverage

Source: Saudi Arabia, Arab allies in Cairo talks on Iran, Hezbollah

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Rat soup, anyone? Mexican politician bids to restore delicacy to the menu

Guadalupe Flores, of the Zacatecas state legislature, wants to 'demystify the consumption of field rats' by encouraging people to eat caldo de rata  
 
As policy platforms go, it is unlikely to become mainstream. But a local politician in the Mexican state of Zacatecas is promoting the consumption of rat soup in an attempt to rescue a local tradition and remove the stigma of eating rodents.  
 
"The idea is to demystify the consumption of field rats, a clean animal, which is not related in any way to the species in the sewers," said Guadalupe Flores, a member of the state legislature.  
 
The consumption of caldo de rata - rat soup - goes back to colonial times in Zacatecas, a state set on the high altiplano in the heart of the country.

Source: Rat soup, anyone? Mexican politician bids to restore delicacy to the menu

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