Trust Digest 158 (September 26, 2016)


Congress Meets, With 5 Days to Avoid Shutdown over Funding
Congress has until midnight on Friday to pass legislation funding the government as the fiscal year draws to a close.  
Key Words: Congress, shutdown, funding  
Trust Issues: Adjustment, Capability, Integrity 

 

Murders in the U.S. Rose in 2015  
Murders in the U.S. jumped by 10.8% in 2015, according to figures released Monday by the Federal Bureau of Investigation- a sharp increase that could fuel concerns that the nation’s more-than two-decade trend of falling crime rates may be ending.
Key Words: Murders, U.S., rise  
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Adjustment, Security 


Medical record Mix-Ups a Common Problem, Study Finds 
The opportunities for the mistakes, which can be deadly, are increasing as health care becomes more complex.
Key Words: Health care, medical record mix-ups  
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Capability, Risk Tolerance 


Sick Children Face Potentially Deadly Danger: Medication Errors  
Pediatric patients are vulnerable to mistakes made in how much medicine to give and when to give it.  
Key Words: Pediatric patients, medication errors  
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Benevolent Concern 


Germany Will Rescue Deutsche Bank if Necessary, Allianz Says  
The German government will have to bail out Deutsche Bank AG if its financial situation gets bad enough, Allianz Global Investors AG Chief Investment Officer Andreas Utermann said.  
Key Words: Germany, Deutsche Bank  
Trust Issues: Alignment of Interests, Situational Adjustment  


U.S. to Try Again on Missile Defenses as N. Korea Threat Grows  
The Pentagon’s next test of its ground-based system to destroy missiles aimed at the U.S. is tentatively scheduled for the first quarter of 2017, providing the new president evidence of whether the troubled program could stop the nuclear weapons North Korea threatens to launch. 
Key Words: North Korea, U.S., missile defense  
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Security  


Brazil’s Former Finance Minister Antonio Palocci Arrested as Part of Corruption Investigation    
Brazilian police arrested former Chief of Staff and Finance Minister Antonio Palocci on Monday, as the country’s sprawling anticorruption investigation expands to more high officials from the administrations of ex-Presidents Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and his successor, Dilma Rousseff. 
Key Words: Brazil, anti-corruption investigation, arrests  
Trust Issues: Integrity, Risk Tolerance, Security    


Rights group wants settlement soccer clubs to relocate inside Israel  
A human rights group urged soccer’s governing body, FIFA, on Monday to move matches being played by Israeli teams in the occupied West bank to Israel, saying that playing in Jewish settlemetns meant they were playing on stolen land. 
Key Words: Soccer, Israel, West Bank  
Trust Issues: Conflict of Interest, Risk Tolerance, Security 


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