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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss a face full of water helping austerity go down. They also discuss the three reasons that the Dow doesn't deserve to be at 17,000. In the second half, Max interviews filmmaker, Vivian Norris, about her documentary film, Obama Mama about the pioneering work in microfinance by Ann Dunham, mother of the President of the United States.
Anti-Kiev forces took down a Ukrainian military Il-76 transport jet as it was landing in Lugansk, the country's Defense Ministry confirmed. Dozens of people were reportedly on board. FULL STORY:http://on.rt.com/n6hpsm
MIDDLE EAST: Marc Champion: "U.S. aircraft could soon be conducting strikes to provide close support to Iranian special forces in Iraq. It may be confusing, but it's not as crazy as it sounds." Read more Stephen L. Carter: What's most striking about President Barack Obama's remarks on Iraq yesterday afternoon in the Rose Garden "is what he didn't say. ... By being careful to rule out 'troops' in 'combat' (rather than, for example, 'military action'), he left open the possibility of air attacks to slow the rebel advance." Read more RE-VIEW: Maria LaMagna: "This was the week of Eric Cantor. Once we stopped pretending we knew what his defeat meant, we could focus on pretending we watch soccer year-round and could name even one person on Team USA." Read more
FAMILY: In the beginning of the 20th century, there were often "more babies than parents could feed," Megan McArdle writes. "These days, adoptable infants are so rare that parents wait years and pay tens of thousands of dollars to get one. What explains the change?" Read more NEWS ROUNDUP: Volatility and a spaceship: Barry Ritholtz'stweets of the week BOOKS: Matt Levine: "Surely the No. 1 taste and preoccupation of the wealthy is making money. I bet we can find some books about that." Read more Find more book recommendations from Levine here.
POLITICS: Christopher Flavelle: "Data showing Americans' increased political polarization breathes new life into an old cause: mandatory voting. If the connection between the two isn't clear, then bear with me." Read more @RameshPonnuru (Ramesh Ponnuru): How @KimStrassel spins the Brat win. Read more Jonathan Bernstein: "In presidential elections, candidates and their campaigns are all-important -- for the nomination. But they are only marginally important for the general election. This is an important rule, for example, when assessing Hillary Clinton's electioneering, now taking the form of a book tour." Read more FOOD: James Greiff: "The organic-food industry has come a long way since the days of the back-to-the-earth movement. It is a big, profitable and growing business. Big Food noticed this a long time ago. So today, much of the organic food in the U.S. is grown, processed and marketed by the very same companies many organic devotees find so objectionable." Read more SPORTS: @kavithadavidson (Kavitha A. Davidson): Michael Jordan joins the billionaire club -- and it's not just about the shoes: http://bv.ms/1oXmm1Y
After the State Department said that Russia had sent weapons to rebels in Ukraine, separatists using antiaircraft and heavy machine guns fired on a military transport plane in Luhansk, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said.
Despite major gains in fighting hepatitis C and other chronic liver conditions, public health officials are now faced with a growing epidemic of liver disease that is tightly linked to the obesity crisis.