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Please Subsidize Marriott, Fossil Fuels Doomed, Cost of Destructive Kid—and More Headlines

• Fossil fuel industry doomed, says big bank

• Marrriott and Shriver want you to subsidize maids

• A destructive (comic) kid’s tab toted up

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The Secret Service’s Open-Door Policy

The Secret Service cordon around President Obama is looking more like a sieve after two security breaches in as many days. The most serious one involved a former soldier getting into the front door. He’d already been stopped outside the White House a month before—carrying a hatchet. Is he another “lone nut” to be dismissed reflexively or a sign of something else?

US Intel Harms Palestinians, Amazing Leader Dude, Beer Monopoly—and More Headlines

• American intel data worsening Palestinian plight?

• World’s most idealistic president

• Crying in your beer: Busch-Miller consolidation

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COMING UP: Russ Baker Speaking at Warren Commission Conferences

WhoWhatWhy Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker is speaking at two conferences marking the 50th anniversary of the Warren Commission Report on the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Read on for details about the Sept. 27 appearances, and what Russ is going to be talking about.

Hil Loves Henry, Puerto Rico Tax Haven, Military and God—and More Headlines

• Air Force officer ousted over refusal to invoke God

• Rich moving to Puerto Rico for no federal taxes

• Hillary Clinton lovefest with Henry Kissinger

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UPDATE: Petition to Put 9/11 Probe on NYC Ballot Jumps Big Hurdle

An initiative to solve the mystery of the 9/11 collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 leapt over a big obstacle this week. New York City conceded that the High-Rise Safety Initiative has enough signatures to put a measure to investigate all high-rise building collapses since 9/11 on the ballot. But one more challenge still must be met.

Guantanamo “Show Trial”, 47-hr Workweek, Evictions Spike—and More Headlines

• Guantanamo “Show Trial” Sez Military Lawyer

• Average American Workweek 47 Hours

• Evictions Surge

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Hillary War Hawk, How Foley Helped Others, Spooks Tip Off Tor—And More Headlines

• Hillary a war hawk, says Rand Paul

• Foley did not die in vain

• Spooks tip off Tor to privacy software bugs

And more headlines…

Deep Politics for Lunch

When authors like these gather for lunch, you can be sure deep politics is on the menu.

UK Cops Almost Never Fire, New Fracking Health Worry, Homeless Savings —and More Headlines

• Here’s how many times UK cops fired last year: 3

• Fracking chemicals toxic to humans, says study

• Savings accounts for homeless

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