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Apr 13, 2014

Trade with Precision (TWR): This week's market commentary videos and Webinars - April 13, 2014 -.

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Watch this week's market commentary videos where Nick McDonald provides a market outlook for the week ahead on the Russell 2000 and US Equity Markets along with the US Dollar Index.
Remember to register for this week's live webinars below:
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YouTube | RT has uploaded Bedroom Tax Blues: UK slum landlords exploit tenants as home ownership at 25-yr low - April 13, 2014 -.


RT has uploaded Bedroom Tax Blues: UK slum landlords exploit tenants as home ownership at 25-yr low
Bedroom Tax Blues: UK slum landlords exploit tenants as home owners...
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Home ownership in Britain is at a 25-year low and renting has become the norm for 9.5 million people. But an increasing number of tenants at the bottom end of the market talk about rock-bottom conditions as well. RT's Polly Boiko reports.

Forces and Pro-Russian Militants Battle Over Local Police Station: NYT - April 13, 2014.

SLOVYANSK, Ukraine — The Ukrainian government on Sunday for the first time sent in its security services to confront armed pro-Russian militants in the country’s east, defying warnings from Russia as commandos engaged in gunfights with men who had set up roadblocks and stormed a Ukrainian police station in Slovyansk, Ukrainian officials said.
At least one officer was killed in the operation, and several were injured, as were four locals, the officials said. Russian news media and residents here disputed that account, saying the Ukrainian forces had only briefly engaged one checkpoint.
To read full report click: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/14/world/europe/ukraine-forces-and-pro-russian-militants-battle-over-local-police-station.html?emc=edit_ae_20140413&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=67959261&_r=0

YouTube | RT has uploaded Cold Gold: Abandoned mines in Siberia get new lease of life - April 13, 2014 -.



RT has uploaded Cold Gold: Abandoned mines in Siberia get new lease of life
Cold Gold: Abandoned mines in Siberia get new lease of life
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Siberia and Russia's Far East hold 11% of global gold reserves. But after the fall of Soviet Union many mines were abandoned. This to be changed soon as new technology that allows to extract gold from stones emerged. RT's Thabang Motsei reports.

YouTube | Al Jazeera English has uploaded Acid attacks rising against Colombia's women and 3 other videos - April 13, 2014 -.



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US health secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigns
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Heartbleed bug shuts down Canadian websites
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Guinea-Bissau to hold first polls since coup
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YouTube | RT has uploaded Playground Horror: Afghan girl gets prosthetic limb after grenade explosion - April 13, 2014. -.



RT has uploaded Playground Horror: Afghan girl gets prosthetic limb after grenade explosion
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An Afghan girl, badly injured by a grenade in a playground in her village, has received prosthetic limb during treatment in Los Angeles. Doctors say she's now ready to return back home, which seems less appealing given the turmoil and destruction left by the U.S. invasion. RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports.

NYT | Today's Headlines - April 13, 2014: Bits Blog:The Most Dangerous Word in Tech.

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Today's Headlines

Sunday, April 13, 2014


Top News
Carol Cascio received a letter saying that her husband's pension plan had been

DEALBOOK

Thought Secure, Pooled Pensions Teeter and Fall

By MARY WILLIAMS WALSH

Pensions in multiemployer plans were once believed to be extremely reliable, but changing economic circumstances have left vulnerable the pools and the federal insurance plan meant to support them.
Thom Tillis, in shirt sleeves, the speaker of the House, is one of eight Republican candidates seeking to oust Senator Kay Hagan.
North Carolina Shows Strains Within G.O.P.

By ASHLEY PARKER

In North Carolina's high-profile Republican primary for Senate, the divisions gripping the party nationally are playing out loudly and expensively.
. Big G.O.P. Donors Stir Senate Runs
. Tough Tests Looming in 2016 Raise Stakes for G.O.P. in Midterm Elections
Joanne Jaffe, a New York City police official, and her adopted daughter, Christina Rivera. As a baby, Christina survived a shooting whose 10 victims included her mother.
The Toddler Who Survived, and a Cop Who Became Mom

By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

As a toddler, Christina Rivera survived a massacre in Brooklyn whose 10 victims included her mother. A police officer who rescued her, Joanne Jaffe, later adopted her.
For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »
Editors' Picks

EDUCATION

What You Don't Know About Financial Aid (but Should)
* Need is the most important word. And the most misunderstood.
. 10 Courses With a Twist
. Interactive   Pop Quiz: Steven Pinker's Mind Games
. Go to Education Life

OPINION | OPINION

Raising a Moral Child

By ADAM GRANT

The tactics are different from those used for encouraging achievement.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"I was assigned to her and fell in love with her."
CHIEF JOANNE JAFFE, a police officer who rescued Christina Rivera as a baby from a 1984 mass shooting scene and eventually adopted her.
Today's Video

ON THE STREET

Bill Cunningham | Coats Off

By BILL CUNNINGHAM

Bill Cunningham reporting from the first truly Spring week in New York City.
Video VIDEO: In the Air | Classic Rock
Marble emerges as the material of choice in contemporary design.
Huge drilling projects can be seen embedded into farm land outside of Fuling, China. Shale gas has been discovered in the region.
Video VIDEO: Chinese Fireball Mystery
China's largest energy company has made the country's first commercially viable shale gas discovery, but the path to energy independence is fraught with risks, as one town has seen first-hand.
. Related Article
For more video, go to NYTimes.com/Video »
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World
The metro system in Salvador, Brazil, is among the costly building projects, begun during the country's economic boom, that have languished. Construction began 13 years ago, but the system has never functioned.
From Boom to Rust, Lavish Projects Are Languishing in Brazil

By SIMON ROMERO

Projects conceived in boom times stand abandoned, visible symbols of waste and the country's crippling bureaucracy.
Armed men wearing masks and camouflage uniforms guard a police station in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk on Saturday.
Armed Men Seize Police Station in Eastern Ukraine City

By ANDREW HIGGINS

The attackers, wearing camouflage, looted the building in Slovyansk of weapons, as pro-Russian militias stepped up pressure on the central government in Kiev.
. Finance Officials Push for Bold Action to Sustain Economic Growth
Edward J. Snowden, the N.S.A. leaker, speaking to European officials via videoconference last week.
Obama Lets N.S.A. Exploit Some Internet Flaws, Officials Say

By DAVID E. SANGER

The White House said that information about major Internet security flaws should be shared with computer and software manufacturers so they can be fixed. But it left broad exceptions for cases that involve national security.
. U.S. Denies It Knew of Heartbleed Bug on the Web
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »
U.S.
Fred Van Valkenburg, the Missoula County prosecutor, argues that the Justice Department doesn't have the legal authority to swoop in and investigate his office.
Accusation in Montana of Treating Rape Lightly Stirs Unlikely Public Fight

By JACK HEALY

Prosecutors in Missoula County are lashing out against a federal inquiry into their record on sexual assault cases.
Students in the elementary school in Weitchpec, Calif., standing under a board with concepts related to the Yurok language written on it. Weitchpec is home to the Yurok Indian Reservation.
In California, Saving a Language That Predates Spanish and English

By NORIMITSU ONISHI

The Yurok Tribe's extensive campaign to revive the language serves as a model to the many other tribes that are undertaking similar efforts, experts say.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »
Politics
Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, spoke at the Freedom Summit in Manchester, N.H., on Saturday.
New Hampshire Republicans Get a Preview of 2016

By JEREMY W. PETERS

What unfolded at the "Freedom Summit" on Saturday was a display of today's Republican Party in all its dynamism, division and sometimes strange spectacle.
Edward J. Snowden, the N.S.A. leaker, speaking to European officials via videoconference last week.
Obama Lets N.S.A. Exploit Some Internet Flaws, Officials Say

By DAVID E. SANGER

The White House said that information about major Internet security flaws should be shared with computer and software manufacturers so they can be fixed. But it left broad exceptions for cases that involve national security.
. U.S. Denies It Knew of Heartbleed Bug on the Web
A day after taking hostages at the United States Embassy in Tehran, Iranian students ripped an American flag in November 1979. The political memory of the 444-day crisis is still powerful.

DIPLOMATIC MEMO

Lingering Power of Hostage Crisis Short-Circuits Iranian Nominee

By ELAINE SCIOLINO

Washington's decision to deny Hamid Aboutalebi, Iran's choice for its next United Nations ambassador, a visa highlights the distrust that still infects the United States-Iran relationship.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »
Business
Executive Pay: Invasion of the Supersalaries

By PETER EAVIS

The compensation of corporate chief executives, up again in 2013, is drawing more scorn as an engine of income inequality.
. How the Pay Figures Were Calculated
Larry Ellison, at top center, celebrating his team's victory in the America's Cup competition last September.
Still No. 1, and Doing What He Wants

By DAVID STREITFELD

Larry Ellison, the chief executive of Oracle, may not care what you think about his $78.4 million in 2013 compensation, the highest in the Equilar 100 C.E.O. Pay Study.

FAIR GAME

Pay for Performance? It Depends on the Measuring Stick

By GRETCHEN MORGENSON

Many companies' pay metrics are ineffective in motivating executives to create shareholder value.
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »
Technology

THE HAGGLER

A Crack in the Laptop's Screen (and in Customer Service)

By DAVID SEGAL

A reader took her computer to Best Buy to repair a cracked screen. After two months, and no final resolution to the problem, she sought the Haggler's help.
In his book,

BITS BLOG

A Talk With Simon Head, Author of 'Mindless: Smarter Machines Are Making Dumber Humans'

By QUENTIN HARDY

Mr. Head offers his thoughts on the social landscape of the technology-dominated economy.
Mariana Mazzucato, a professor at the University of Sussex, said that our most notable technology innovations have come from the government, not the private sector.

BITS BLOG

The Most Dangerous Word in Tech

By QUENTIN HARDY

We see "innovation" almost as a force of nature, a relentless outcome by the work of tech entrepreneurs. In the process, several economists warn, we're losing sight of social realities about innovation.
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »
Sports
Bubba Watson, who is trying to win his second Masters, had four bogeys on the front side Saturday and finished with a 74. He will be in the final pairing on Sunday with Jordan Spieth, 20.
Bubba Watson Falters, and a 20-Year-Old Ties for the Lead

By KAREN CROUSE

Jordan Spieth, a Masters rookie, posted his second consecutive 70 to move into a tie for first with Watson, the 2012 champion.
Born in 1993, Jordan Spieth was tied for the lead at the Masters. He and others of his generation were perhaps too young to develop a fear of Tiger Woods.

ON GOLF

Search for Tiger Woods's Successor Skips a Generation

By BILL PENNINGTON

Youngsters such as Jordan Spieth may hold the key to the mystery of who will take over for the sport's longtime king.
Only one Masters jacket is allowed to circulate in public in any given year, heightening its mystique.
The Coat Speaks for Itself, Clearly

By KAREN CROUSE

The winner of the Masters can spend the following year wearing one of the most recognizable prizes in sports.