Medical Records

Visualizing The Dark Side Of The Web

The concept of the Dark Web isn’t vastly different from the Surface Web. The Dark Web is full of criminal activity, but it’s also a place where dissidents and whistle-blowers can anonymously share information. In countries with restrictive internet surveillance, the Dark Web may be the only place to safely voice criticisms against government and other powerful entities.

Frontrunning: June 16

  • Russia may have killed ISIS leader Baghdadi (Reuters)
  • About 4,000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan (AP)
  • Insurers Look to Ramp Up Premiums in Health Law Exchanges (WSJ)
  • U.N. envoy urges North Korea to explain why freed U.S. man is in coma (Reuters)
  • Wal-Mart Offers a Refuge for Sellers Tired of Amazon  (BBG)

Frontrunning: June 8

  • U.K. Election Remains Tight as Voters Head to the Polls (WSJ)
  • Trump Will Be Watching Comey Just Like the Rest of Us (BBG)
  • What we know about U.S. probes of Russian meddling in 2016 election (Reuters)
  • ECB Drops Reference to Future Interest-Rate Cut (WSJ)
  • Euro zone growth revised up to highest rate in two years (Reuters)

Hillary's Doctor Releases Her Latest "Medical Records"

"Fit to serve," are the three little words that Dr. Lisa Bardack chose to sum up Hillary Clinton's post-collapse, post-pneumonia, post-coughing fit medical test. Bardack concluded that "the remainder of her complete physical exam was normal and she is in excellent mental condition." Of course, the big question is, will Hillary be healthy enough that Bardack does not need to walk arm in arm with her in public?

Trump Will Not Release Medical Records On "Dr. Oz Show"

In what may be a stroke of luck for Hillary Clinton, whose medical condition has been the only topic of belated mainstream media discussion this week, earlier today Donald Trump's campaign announced that it would not release his medical records or the results of his physical examination on "The Dr. Oz Show."

Frontrunning: September 13

  • IEA Changes View on Oil Glut, Sees Surplus Enduring in 2017 (BBG)
  • Futures dip with oil as investors assess rate hike chances (Reuters)
  • Hilsenrath - Divided Federal Reserve Is Inclined to Stand Pat (WSJ)
  • 'I didn't think it was a big deal,' Clinton says of pneumonia bout (Reuters)
  • Clinton's Lead Narrows Among Independents, Voters Nationally (NBC)
  • Libor’s Reaching Point of Pain for Companies With Big Debt Loads (BBG)

Former DNC Chair Calls For "Contingency Plan" If Hillary's Health Forces Her Out Of The Race

In the biggest surprise emerging following Hillary's "medical event", even democrats have admitted what was formerly unthinkable: the preparation of a "contingency plan" in case Hillary's health forces her out of the race. A former DNC chairman said that the Democratic party’s congressional leaders should immediately come up with a process to identify a potential successor candidate for Hillary Clinton "for the off-chance a health emergency forces her out of the race."