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Geophysicists discovered that the Moon is triggering earthquakes in California https://t.co/OBY0tL0kRv https://t.co/Pl…@LorcanRK retweeted @businessinsider 36 minutes ago
Poorer than their parents: the young generation that's been left behind via @McKinsey_MGI https://t.co/O6D9fGjb8x https://…@MadameButcher retweeted @macrocredit 2 hours ago
Brexit: EU considers migration ‘emergency brake’ for UK for up to seven years. https://t.co/GzIerduVyW@MadameButcher retweeted @GroomB 2 hours ago
The Incalculable Value of Finding a Job You Love https://t.co/fRhK74UsVp via @UpshotNYT@ritholtz retweeted @jposhaughnessy an hour ago
Buying 2016's Deepest Dips Returned Three Times S&P 500 https://t.co/8pHwqNezf6@TheStalwart retweeted @lszelenko an hour ago
Smart for DNC to quarantine Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She was not doing Hillary Clinton or party unity any favors. http…@moorehn retweeted @RussOnPolitics 10 hours ago
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