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When governments urge you to change your diet, they usually focus on cutting out processed meat, sugar and trans fat. Less emphasis is placed on what you should be eating. Too much meat can still kill you, but not consuming these foods will kill you faster.
Here are today’s top stories
House Democrats plan a lawsuit to derail President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration, which allows him to shift funding to his proposed border wall, a key promise he made to core supporters.
An economist walks into a brothel. Then she asks prostitutes how they manage risk—with lessons for all of us, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.
Battery research is key to the world’s energy future, but it’s unlikely some shiny new tech is going to come along any time soon. Here’s why.
Florida homeowners must reduce asking prices if they want to sell, according to a survey of home values there. Especially in Miami.
What’s Tracy Alloway thinking about? The Bloomberg executive editor says that if you were going to choose one analogy from the great works of modern literature to describe the current state of markets, it would have to be "Choose Your Own Adventure." Depending on which asset class you look at, you’re now getting wildly mixed signals about the economy.
What you’ll need to know tomorrow
- Tesla, and Elon Musk, are entering a rough patch.
- Theresa May’s office says Brexit talks with Labour are “productive.”
- Trump PAC founder Herman Cain is tapped by Trump for the Fed.
- Trump will meet China's Liu as trade war talks near an end.
- Jeff Bezos won’t lose control of Amazon in his divorce. Far from it.
- It's been five years, and the first pot stock is up 2,139 percent.
- The mysterious bitcoin rally is fueling a revival in crypto stocks.
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