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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Wednesday

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Happy Wednesday. In addition to being suspended from baseball, A-Rod is banned from the morning six-pack.

We have nothing to fear except government itself, Americans say in a new poll that reflects just how bad their choices have been at election time. (Politico)

There are now six things homebuyers need to know before purchasing: Location, location, location, and fracking, fracking, fracking. (The Economist)

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's demise has been greatly exaggerated, as Garden Staters continue to love the big man, though a bit less since Bridgegate. (Star-Ledger).

That ugly jobs number last Friday has John Boehner and the rest of the Republican braintrust feeling pretty. (The Hill)

That may or may not play in Peoria: The World Bank says global growth should be decent in 2014, though it won't be a smooth ride. (New York Times)

And, finally ... bitcoin was part of the plotline Monday in NBC's new drama "The Blacklist." It also could become part of the plotline for the porn industry. CNBC.com's Chris Morris explains.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.

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