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Aug 30, 2014

YouTube | RT has uploaded Keiser Report: Fast Food Tax Evasion (E647) - August 30, 2014-.



RT has uploaded Keiser Report: Fast Food Tax Evasion (E647)




Keiser Report: Fast Food Tax Evasion (E647)
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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss Burger King, yet another company fleeing America for yet another ‘free’ healthcare nation, Canada. Meanwhile, back in America naked incidents are on the rise and, in Europe, suicide tourism rises four-fold. In the second half, Max interviews Trace Mayer about bitcoin, central banking and geopolitics.

YouTube | Al Jazeera English has uploaded Henrique Capriles: 'I am a democrat'.



Al Jazeera English has uploaded Henrique Capriles: 'I am a democrat'


Henrique Capriles: 'I am a democrat'
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NYT | Today's Headlines - August 30, 2014: Top News: Obama Weighing Delay in Action on Immigration.

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Today's Headlines

Saturday, August 30, 2014


Top News
Demonstrators on Thursday at the White House urged action by the Obama administration on the plight of immigrants.
Obama Weighing Delay in Action on Immigration

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

The president is said to be considering a delay until after the elections in November, mindful of the electoral peril for Democratic Senate candidates.
. Video  Video: One Family Faces the Immigration Debate
Pro-Russian fighters near Novoazovsk, Ukraine.
Praising Rebels, Putin Toughens Tone on Ukraine

By NEIL MacFARQUHAR and ANDREW E. KRAMER

As separatists seized a strategically located town in southeast Ukraine, President Vladimir V. Putin issued a congratulatory message to the insurgents.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, in Spain.
Divisions Grow as a Downturn Rocks Europe

By LIZ ALDERMAN and ALISON SMALE

Leaders are battling a raft of problems, including deflation and unemployment, and many are increasingly taking issue with Germany's austerity mantra.
For more top news, go to NYTimes.com »
Editors' Picks

N.Y. / REGION

A New Yorker Faces His Phobia, One Stroke at a Time

By N. R. KLEINFIELD

Traumatized by childhood incidents, Attis Clopton was deathly afraid of water, so he attacked his phobia by enrolling in a program of swimming lessons.
. Video  Video: A Liquid Fear

OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

To Defeat Terror, We Need the World's Help

By JOHN KERRY

No civilized country can shirk its responsibility to fight a global scourge.
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QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"She still has her bedroom. She slept there last night and will sleep there again tonight."
MOON LANDRIEU, the father of Senator Mary L. Landrieu, Democrat of Louisiana, who is accused of using her parents' home address to establish her residency in the state for her embattled re-election campaign.

Today's Video
Video VIDEO: Unlikely Neighbors
In New York's mixed-income buildings, market-rate tenants live right next door to low-income tenants.
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Video VIDEO: Bill Cunningham | Fall Transition
As summer fades, women are adjusting to autumn with a deeper palette, from fir-tree greens to burgundies, charcoal and black.
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Video VIDEO: 2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited
The family-friendly, wildnerness-friendly Subaru Outback continues down the same path with upgraded gear.
For more video, go to NYTimes.com/Video »
World
Erbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Iraqi Kurds Expand Autonomy as ISIS Reorders the Landscape

By HELENE COOPER and MICHAEL R. GORDON

The ISIS invasion has physically cut off most of Kurdistan from the rest of Shiite-dominated Iraq and encouraged the Iraqi Kurds in their drive for expanded autonomy.
Spraying chemicals to try to prevent the spread of Ebola in Monrovia, Liberia, on Friday. Pioneers in the battle against outbreaks say controlling panic is a must.
Leadership and Calm Are Urged in Ebola Outbreak

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

Leadership and help from Western nations are needed to eradicate the virus in West Africa, said pioneers in the fights against smallpox, polio and other diseases.
Workers at a coal bed methane drilling operation in Shanxi Province. Senior officials in the coal-rich province are being investigated by an anticorruption agency.
China's Antigraft Campaign Expands to a Coal-Rich Northern Province

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

Efforts to purge corruption from the Communist Party have reached Shanxi, a province of northern China abundant in coal and opportunities for crooked deals.
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »

U.S.
Whole Woman's Health in McAllen, Tex., has not been able to perform abortions since October.
Judge Rejects Texas Stricture on Abortions

By ERIK ECKHOLM and MANNY FERNANDEZ

A federal judge in Austin, Tex., blocked a stringent new rule on Friday that would have forced more than half of the state's remaining abortion clinics to close.
.   Document: Ruling Strikes Down Restrictive Texas Abortion Law
An evening dust storm rolled through Papago Park in Phoenix in July.
Swirls of Dust and Drama, Punctuating Life in the Southwest

By FERNANDA SANTOS

Children, drivers and other residents have learned how to prepare for huge dust storms, sometimes called haboobs, that can turn day into night in seconds.
Federal Judge Approves California Plan to Reduce Isolation of Mentally Ill Inmates

By ERICA GOODE

The state, adhering to a court order, is proposing to stop keeping most mentally ill prisoners in their windowless cells for 23 hours a day.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US »
Politics
Former Gov. Bob McDonnell, center, on Friday with his sons Bobby, left, and Sean outside the courthouse in Richmond, Va.
As Virginia Trial Ends, Jury Is Asked to Decide if Ex-Governor Was Corrupt, or Hapless Husband

By TRIP GABRIEL

Prosecutors warned jurors not to accept defense arguments that former Gov. Bob McDonnell was unfairly targeted by law enforcement.
President Obama left the White House on Friday to attend fund-raisers in New York and Rhode Island. He said the United States was
Seeking to Ease Worries, Obama Says the World Has Always Been 'Messy'

By PETER BAKER

The president finds himself trying to buck up supporters heading into a crucial midterm election season.
Landrieu
Residency Questions Roil Senate Race in Louisiana

By DAVID S. JOACHIM and JONATHAN WEISMAN

The re-election campaign of Senator Mary L. Landrieu, a Democrat, was in defensive mode after a report that she is registered to vote at her parents' home in New Orleans but lists Washington as her home in regulatory filings.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »

Business
Medicare Will Settle Short-Term Care Bills

By REED ABELSON

Under the proposed settlement, hospital claims involving inpatient stays that are now under appeal would be paid at the rate of 68 cents for every dollar billed.
Vice Media Stakes Future on A&E Networks Deal

By JONATHAN MAHLER

A&E Networks will invest $250 million in Vice Media and receive a 10 percent stake in the company.
Wang Jianlin, chairman of Wanda, middle. The venture will focus on the so-called online-to-offline e-commerce market.

DEALBOOK

To Compete Against Alibaba, Wanda Joins Forces With Baidu and Tencent

By NEIL GOUGH

Dalian Wanda, the Chinese conglomerate controlled by the billionaire Wang Jianlin, announced it would enter the e-commerce industry in an $800 million partnership with two of China's biggest Internet companies.
. DealBook: After Loss of Alibaba I.P.O., Hong Kong Weighs Changes to Its Listing Rules
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »

Technology
During Uber recruitment sessions, Lyft drivers have seen pay fall as much as 48 percent, according to Lyft.

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Lyft Says Uber's Recruitment Efforts Are Hurting Drivers

By NICK BILTON

In instances when Uber ambassadors take rides to recruit Lyft drivers, those Lyft drivers experience a considerable drop in pay, according to company data.
. DealBook: To Compete Against Alibaba, Wanda Joins Forces With Baidu and Tencent
Instagram earlier this week announced Hyperlapse, a new tool to capture time-lapse video.

BITS DIGITAL DIARY

On Instagram's Hyperlapse, and Fast-Forwarding to the Future

By JENNA WORTHAM

Instagram's new tool for capturing time-lapse video could provide a new prism through which people view and present themselves to the world.
Mikael Hed is stepping down after the company failed to respond to recent trends in gaming.
Chief Executive of Rovio, Maker of Angry Birds Game, to Step Down

By MARK SCOTT

The move by Mikael Hed comes as the Finnish company struggles to respond to an increasing trend toward so-called freemium games.
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports
Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill running during a rout of No. 9 South Carolina on Thursday. The game was the first to be broadcast on the SEC Network.
Feast of Season Openers Worthy of Top Billing

By MARC TRACY

More and more top-25 teams are facing off in the first couple weeks of the college football season, partly because of the influence of television and the new four-team playoff.
Saturday's College Football Games to Watch

By FRED BIERMAN

No. 14 Wisconsin vs. No. 13 Louisiana State highlights this Saturday'sschedule.

SPORTS OF THE TIMES

Here Comes September. There Lie the Mets.

By MICHAEL POWELL

There has been a metronomic regularity to this annual Mets ruination: glimmers of hope in the spring, a nice little run in June or July, then total and profound collapse.
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

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