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Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation as Russians Pressed for Control of Uranium Company – NYTimes.com

Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation as Russians Pressed for Control of Uranium Company – NYTimes.com

Little Flower, Great Love | The Divine Mercy Message from the Marians of the Immaculate Conception

Little Flower, Great Love | The Divine Mercy Message from the Marians of the Immaculate Conception

Science Links  Looking for more places to stay in the loop on great science? Here’s some of my favorites (updated as I find new faves):

Science Links Looking for more places to stay in the loop on great science? Here’s some of my favorites (updated as I find new faves):

Tech Time Warp of the Week: Watch Google Recruit for the First Human Colony on Mars

Tech Time Warp of the Week: Watch Google Recruit for the First Human Colony on Mars

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In letters to its investors month after month last year, Mr. Mezvinsky and his partners sounded an upbeat and confident note that Greece would soon be on the path to a “sustainable recovery.” It was not until the end of last year that Eaglevale finally acknowledged, “Our recent predictions regarding Greek politics have proved incorrect.”  Eaglevale’s flagship fund has since withdrawn from much of its Greek trading. The firm is now betting big on the United States dollar to outperform a…

For Clintons, a Hedge Fund in the Family

In letters to its investors month after month last year, Mr. Mezvinsky and his partners sounded an upbeat and confident note that Greece would soon be on the path to a “sustainable recovery.” It was not until the end of last year that Eaglevale finally acknowledged, “Our recent predictions regarding Greek politics have proved incorrect.” Eaglevale’s flagship fund has since withdrawn from much of its Greek trading. The firm is now betting big on the United States dollar to outperform a…

Marian Diamond was the first female grad student in anatomy at UC Berkeley in 1948.

Marian Diamond was the first female grad student in anatomy at UC Berkeley in 1948.

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