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Climate change sparks tension in India's tea gardens

Unrest is brewing among Assam's so-called Tea Tribes, whose forefathers were brought here by British planters from neighboring Bihar and Odisha more than a century ago, as changing weather patterns upset the economics of the industry.
Source: Reuters
Cramer: Why markets rallied  

Mad Money host Jim Cramer thinks the Warren Buffett" halo", the notion of a peaked dollar and Wall Street's interest in growth stocks contributed to today's upward momentum.
Source: CNBC.com
Climate change sparks tension in India's tea gardens

JORHAT, India, May 5- Usha Ghatowar smiles wryly when asked about the pay she earns picking leaves at a colonial-era tea garden in India's Assam. Scientists say climate change is to blame for uneven rainfall that is cutting yields and lifting costs for tea firms such as McLeod Russel, Tata Global Beverages and Jay Shree Tea. Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, whose...
Source: Reuters | By: Krishna N. Das
Dust devil in California  

A strong whirlwind of dust makes its way through Palm Springs, California.
Source: CNBC.com
Miami wants to be a tech hub-now for the hard part

Entrepreneurs and investors want South Florida to be a technology hub, but they have their work cut out for them.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Silvana OrdoƱez
Indonesia: No more Mr. nice guy

Indonesia's President Joko Widodo came to power as a reformer with a winning smile and a common touch, but internationally he's gaining a reputation as Indonesia's executioner-in-chief, possibly to counter perceptions he's politically weak. The Financial Times reports.
Source: Financial Times | By: David Pilling and Ben Bland
Post time for the $2,500 mint julep!

Kentucky Derby goers will pay from $10 to $2,500 for one of the 250,000-plus glasses of the sugary concoction that will be served this weekend.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Shannan Siemens
Beijing suburbia or your own tropical island?

China's dysfunctional real estate market has spurred its citizens to buy properties in global cities in the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia that promise cleaner air, good education and rule of law alongside bricks and mortar.
Source: Financial Times | By: Jamil Anderlini
Bizarre Florida crimes rise...because of flakka?

Flakka, an increasingly popular synthetic designer drug, is a growing problem for police after bursting on the scene in 2013.
Source: The Associated Press
Buffett losing mojo on his economic 'moats'

Some of Warren Buffett's biggest investment may be losing their "mojo."
Source: Reuters