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May 4, 2014

Trade with Precision (TWP) - May 4, 2014: This week's market commentary videos and Webinars.

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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.
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YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Ukraine Crisis Emboldens President Obama's U.S. Critics



VOAvideo has uploaded Ukraine Crisis Emboldens President Obama's U.S. Critics
Ukraine Crisis Emboldens President Obama's U.S. Critics
VOAvideo

YouTube | RT has uploaded NewsTeam: Moscow hostage situation & Kiev warzone (E4)



RT has uploaded NewsTeam: Moscow hostage situation & Kiev warzone (E4)
NewsTeam: Moscow hostage situation & Kiev warzone (E4)
RT
Seven RT correspondents, seven biggest news stories. In News Team, an award-winning documentary crew traverses the globe, keeping up with the channel's leading reporters as they cover the news.This week Maggie Howell breaks news from Moscow while Egor Piskunov is searching for 'right people' in Paris and Peter Oliver reporting from volatile Kiev.

YouTube | Al Jazeera English has uploaded China in Africa: investment or exploitation? and 2 other videos



Al Jazeera English has uploaded China in Africa: investment or exploitation? and 2 other videos
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China in Africa: investment or exploitation?
Al Jazeera English
Bad roads hinder Afghan mudslide aid effort
Al Jazeera English
News Bulletin - 20:30 GMT update
Al Jazeera English

YouTube | Google has uploaded To The Moon.


Google has uploaded To The Moon
To The Moon
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Thank you to the millions of passionate teachers who inspire curiosity in their classrooms...lesson after lesson, unit after unit, year after year. We're fortunate to have had many of you in our lives, and we can't wait to see what the future will bring because of the work you're doing today.

If you're curious about exploring space (inside the classroom or on your own), here are a few shortcuts to the free tools in this video:

100,000 Stars: http://goo.gl/1Hz2F
Moon in Google Earth: http://goo.gl/R0p0pL
Tears in Space (Don't Fall): http://goo.gl/52tQBU
NASA Long-Distance Google+ Hangout: http://goo.gl/pFZzN
Android Sky Map: http://goo.gl/qT1O3
Google Search app: http://goo.gl/iK6t6

Photo Credits:
Nebulae images courtesy of NASA, ESA, and respective academic partners.
Jupiter Moon images courtesy of NASA/JPL and academic partners.
ISS Image courtesy of NASA.
Chris Hadfield © Canadian Space Agency, 2013.
Saturn Exhibit © American Museum of Natural History.

The Money Modern Network: MMT vs. Austrian School Debate | 10 Months ago.

YouTube | Al Jazeera English has uploaded Panama canal wealth fails to tackle poverty.



Al Jazeera English has uploaded Panama canal wealth fails to tackle poverty
Panama canal wealth fails to tackle poverty
Al Jazeera English
The expansion of the Panama canal is expected to bring in hundreds of millions of dollars in new revenue but the state is one of the most unequal in the world. The president compares the country's wealth to Singapore, but up to a third of Panamanians live in poverty, with many feeling they are being left out of the country's transformation. Alessandro Rampietti reports from Panama.

YouTube | RT has uploaded Botched executions in US raise ethical concerns over death penalty | Odessa Horror: How clashes turned into massacre | Bush & Saddam blamed external enemies for internal problems - ex CIA profiler.



RT has uploaded Botched executions in US raise ethical concerns over death penalty
Botched executions in US raise ethical concerns over death penalty
RT
The death penalty debate in the US has been reopened following the botched execution of an Oklahoma inmate. It takes an average 6 minutes for a prisoner to die after they receive a lethal injection. With Clayton Lockett however, it took 7 times as long, he died in agony 43 minutes after being administered the drugs.


 Odessa Horror: How clashes turned into massacre
Odessa Horror: How clashes turned into massacre
RT
A tragedy that took place in previously-peaceful southern port of Odessa sent shockwaves worldwide. Dozens of anti-government activists there were burned alive on Friday - as a mob of radical nationalists firebombed the building they took refuge in.

 Bush & Saddam blamed external enemies for internal problems - ex CIA profiler
Bush & Saddam blamed external enemies for internal problems - ex CI...
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Watch the full show here: http://youtu.be/r_OLTNz8Wjs

The media love a good villain, and developing nations have provided no shortage of 'desert dictators' and 'sadistic statesmen' to feed the headlines. And while it's easy for the press to rationalise the seemingly irrational actions of these strongmen by labelling them madmen and butchers, what happens when we take a deeper look? Ex-CIA profiler Dr Jerrold Post joins Oksana to delve into these issues.

NYT | Today's Headlines - May 4, 2014: Top News: Behind The Masks in Ukraine, Many Faces of Rebelion.

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Today's Headlines

Sunday, May 4, 2014


Top News
Pro-Russian militiamen in the backyard of their base in Slovyansk, in eastern Ukraine, last week.
Behind the Masks in Ukraine, Many Faces of Rebellion

By C. J. CHIVERS and NOAH SNEIDER

A deeper look at the rebels in Ukraine offers a murky picture of their aims, motivations and connections. They appear to be Ukrainians, but they have deep ties to and affinity for Russia.
. Photographs  Slide Show: Behind the Masks of Pro-Russian Militants in Ukraine
. Video  Video: A Divided Country
Emma Sulkowicz joined a federal complaint against Columbia University after officials dismissed her report about a rape.
Fight Against Sex Assaults Holds Colleges to Account

By RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA and KATE TAYLOR

As more victims go public and more of them file formal federal complaints, activists are making shrewd use of the law and the media to force schools to change their approach to assaults.
A study suggests that e-cigarette vapor can contain toxins.

THE NEW SMOKE

Some E-Cigarettes Deliver a Puff of Carcinogens

By MATT RICHTEL

New research suggests that some e-cigarettes get so hot that they can produce a carcinogenic byproduct.
For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »
Editors' Picks

WORLD

Video VIDEO: A Divided Country
As the separatist movement in eastern Ukraine grows, the divisions within Ukrainian society become deeper as both sides prepare for a potential confrontation.

OPINION

Do Our Kids Get Off Too Easy?

By ALFIE KOHN

Both liberals and conservatives believe that suffering leads to success.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"I've never felt more shoved under the rug in my life."
EMMA SULKOWICZ, a Columbia University junior, describing the college's adjudication process after she reported being sexually assaulted by a fellow student.
Today's Video
Video VIDEO: Race and Politics in Oklahoma
If he can earn the Republican nomination in Oklahoma's June primary, T.W. Shannon could be the second enrolled Native American elected to the United States Senate in nearly 100 years.
Video VIDEO: On Top at the Derby
At the Kentucky Derby, outrageous hats are as much of an attraction as the horses.
For more video, go to NYTimes.com/Video »
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World
Zakia, 18, and Mohammad Ali, 21, in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan last month. They eloped against the wishes of Zakia's family, and fear being killed.
In Spite of the Law, Afghan 'Honor Killings' of Women Continue

By ROD NORDLAND

The body of civil law enacted with Western assistance and the classic Islamic code of Shariah protect the rights of women not to be forced into marriage. Tribal codes do not.
'No Hope' for Those Buried by Mudslide, Afghanistan Official Says

By AZAM AHMED

President Hamid Karzai declared Sunday a national day of mourning and ordered all flags flown at half-staff, after officials said they feared that more than 2,000 people were dead.
Islamic Jihad Gains New Traction in Gaza

By JODI RUDOREN

Founded before Hamas and sharing a similar ideology, Islamic Jihad is growing, asserting itself as the main military expression of Palestinian nationalism.
. Photographs  Slide Show: A Predecessor of Hamas Asserts Itself
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »
U.S.
Guantánamo Prosecutor Fights Handing Secrets Over to Defense

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

A judge had ordered the government to turn over classified details to defense lawyers regarding the C.I.A.'s treatment of a Saudi detainee accused of planning the 2000 bombing of the destroyer Cole.
Claudia Macias sorted grapefruit at Countryside Citrus Packing House in Vero Beach. About half are turned into juice and the rest sold fresh, mostly abroad.
For Florida Grapefruit, One Blow After Another

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ

Because of diseases like canker and citrus greening, along with hurricanes, Florida's expected grapefruit production this year is just 40 percent of what it was a decade ago.
Sarah Maguire, 26, across the street from the house in West Covina, Calif. - 30 miles from her home in Los Angeles - where the Find My iPhone app led her after she realized her phone had been taken. Ms. Maguire confronted the thief and got her phone back.
When Hitting 'Find My iPhone' Takes You to a Thief's Doorstep

By IAN LOVETT

Using GPS tracking apps, more people are taking the law into their own hands to recover stolen smartphones, a trend that has law enforcement officials concerned.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »
Politics
T.W. Shannon, a Republican who could become only the second enrolled tribal member to join the Senate in nearly 100 years.
G.O.P. Hopeful Finds Tribal Tie Cuts Both Ways

By JONATHAN MARTIN

T. W. Shannon, a member of the Chickasaw Nation who has emerged as a formidable candidate in the Oklahoma Senate race, is a symbol to some Republicans but a target for others because of his tribal roots.
. Video  Video: Race and Politics in Oklahoma
Marjorie Margolies, a Democrat from Pennsylvania who lost her House seat in 1994 after casting a crucial vote for President Bill Clinton's budget, is trying to win it back. Her son Marc Mezvinsky is married to Chelsea Clinton.
A Clinton In-Law Seeks Office, but Where Are the Clintons?

By AMY CHOZICK

Marjorie Margolies, whose son is married to Chelsea Clinton, wants her old House seat back, but she is getting little help from her new relatives.
Joking about Obamacare at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner gave President Obama the chance to tweak his political opponents.
Comedian in Chief's New Punch Line: Obamacare

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

Besides his usual targets, President Obama took shots at the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »
Business
Sarah VanHeirseele is a vice president at Blue Chip Marketing, which hired a video verification company to track ads. The results were startling, she said. Some ads were running on pornographic websites.
The Great Unwatched

By DAVID SEGAL

Online video ads were supposed to be a marketer's dream. Instead, many become lost in an unruly maze.

THE UPSHOT

Media Slant: A Question of Cause and Effect

By N. GREGORY MANKIW

Research finds that media owners generally don't try to mold the population to their own brand of politics, but instead give customers what they want.
Ron Suber of Prosper Marketplace, a peer-to-peer lending service.
Loans That Avoid Banks? Maybe Not

By AMY CORTESE

Peer-to-peer finance has a new swarm of lenders: some of the same kinds of big institutions it once shunned.
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »
Technology
SriSatish Ambati, co-founder and chief executive of 0xdata, a company involved in open source software for big data analysis.

BITS BLOG

Valuable Humans in Our Digital Future

By QUENTIN HARDY

A recent article noted that lots of consumer technology is available to the poor. The things that get people out of poverty, like education and child care, are becoming more expensive. You could read that as a sign that the digital explosion is creating a new kind of shortage.
Skye Townsend, 20, an actress in Los Angeles, likes using the Vine app.

BITS BLOG

Six Seconds of Loopy Creativity, and Millions of Fans

By JENNA WORTHAM

Twitter's Vine app, with its ultrashort, chaotic videos of funny faces, dance steps and stunts, has been finding a bigger audience.
Brian Chesky is the co-founder and chief executive of Airbnb, the site that helps arrange temporary house and apartment stays.

WORKSPACE

Where a Desk Just Gets in the Way
Brian Chesky, a co-founder and the C.E.O. of Airbnb, rarely uses his desk in its offices, in a former warehouse: "I think of my desk as a notebook computer or a tablet that is walking with me."
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »
Sports
Coming From Humble Beginnings, a Favorite Defies the Odds

By JOE DRAPE

California Chrome, whose owners scraped together $10,000 to breed him, became the first California-bred horse to win the Kentucky Derby since 1962.
. On Horse Racing: A Sport's Beauty Clashes With the Stain of a Scandal
. Video  Video: Hats at the Derby
. Two Horses, 59 Years Apart, Inspire One Trainer

NOTEBOOK

Derby Winner Gives Co-Owner a Birthday Gift to Remember

By MELISSA HOPPERT

Steve Coburn turned 61 on the day his horse California Chrome won the Kentucky Derby.
Fairways From the Air

By KAREN CROUSE

The blimp providing a heightened vantage point for CBS's broadcasting of PGA Tour events has become, along with its pilots, a crucial part of the telecast.
. Photographs  Slide Show: The Sky Above, the Greens Below
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »
Arts
From left: Keri Russell, devious K.G.B. spy on
Where Mean Girls Rule

By ALESSANDRA STANLEY

Television's female lead characters in prime time have a lot of clout, especially in Washington, but you couldn't call them sugar and spice.
Daniel J. Travanti and Dennis Franz in
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