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How a love for Minecraft can blossom into a love for reading

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Millions of kids around the world play Minecraft, and it didn’t take long for adults to notice something: It has educational value. With Microsoft’s MinecraftEdu leading the way, more schools are using Minecraft in classrooms, having their kids experiment with science and math on the screen, or encouraging them to build historical settings or scenes from books. But there is one aspect of Minecraft education that I think can be discussed more: Minecraft and literacy. Tech writer Clive Thompson wrote in Wired, “Games,... Read More
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Florida school shooting victims remembered as ‘hero,’ ‘baby girl,’ ‘sweet angel’

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Published on Feb 16, 2018A beloved coach. A senior headed to college on a swimming scholarship. These are the 17 fatalities of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Category License Standard YouTube License No Closed Capti... Read More
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No known victims after reports of gunfire at a college

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Police found no indication of a shooting at a Washington college following reports of gunfire early Friday, reports CBS affiliate KIRO. Highline College in Des Moines, south of Seattle, sent out a notice around 9 a.m. Friday morning telling students and staff to lock down classrooms and offices.No Closed Captioning Detected within this Video.... Read More
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NJ Students Market Themselves

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Published on Feb 16, 2018These days it seems students are prepping their resumes earlier and earlier to get into college. Some students in New Jersey are using online resume building apps to put a creative spin and expand on who they are. CBS2's Meg Baker has the story. Category License Standard... Read More
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California law could allow illegal immigrants to vote

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Published on Feb 16, 2018California Lt. Governor candidate Lydia Ortega (R) reacts to the state’s push to give illegal immigrants the right to vote once they get a driver’s license. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed ... Read More
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Want to join the VB team? We’re looking for a kick-ass Account Executive

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VentureBeat is on the hunt for a passionate and consultative Account Executive to help sell big, custom campaigns and integrated marketing solutions to leading business and technology brands.  This is about driving VentureBeat’s online, custom, and events business — already at the epicenter of the startup ecosystem and wider digital-tech revolution — to greater heights. The role is at the heart of our organization: Advertising and sponsorship sales for VentureBeat’s website, events, and custom content marketing solutions ensure our success and continued growth. There’s a major growth opportunity here with huge market potential. The position is located in San Francisco in our offices situated in the heart of the ... Read More
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In New York, a View of Even a Small Park Adds Value

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Another site, on Second Avenue and East 21st Street, is across the street from Peter’s Field, a blocklong stretch of basketball and tennis courts. And at 67 Livingston Street in Brooklyn Heights, where Silverback is converting a former college dorm into condos, one side of the building looks down on the schoolyard of the Packer Collegiate Institute, where on a recent afternoon children were jostling for control of a big red ball.... Read More
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Craft brewers seek to involve more African Americans

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Victims And Heroes Of Florida School Shooting Remembered

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Published on Feb 15, 2018The names and faces of the victims of the shooting at a Florida school are being revealed - along with stories of heroism. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captionin... Read More
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The Iowan Project wants to identify skilled tech workers who have left the state

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A lot of young professionals dream of leaving their hometowns after graduating high school or college in search of broader career opportunities or new lifestyles. It seems like an inevitable thing. However, it’s also a problem for states like Iowa that are losing valuable tech talent to other ecosystems. But what if Iowa could identify the tech talent that has left the state and recruit them back? That question led a group of Iowa organizations headed by the Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) to launch a new talent development initiative called “The Iowan Project.” VentureBeat’s Heartland... Read More
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Hair from George Washington Found in Old Book

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Published on Feb 15, 2018Hair possibly belonging to U.S. founding father George Washington was found in an old book at a college library in New York. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: Researchers Found Hair F... Read More
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Inside the Mind of Amanda Feilding, Countess of Psychedelic Science

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Amanda Feilding, Countess of Wemyss and March, also known as Lady Neidpath, sits cross-legged on a bench on a tiny island at the center of an artificial pond in her English country estate, a 15-minute drive outside of Oxford. At her feet is a tiny pure-white cloud of a dog, which traipses around chewing on the grass, only occasionally coughing it up. Feilding is 75 years old. She wears a black skirt and knee-high boots and grips a tan shawl around her shoulders, on account of this being a gray November morning. From her ears hang jewelry that looks like green rock candy. Her light brown hair is frizzy but not altogether unkempt. In the distance, peeking over a towering hedge, ... Read More
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Why are we still debating whether dating apps work?

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Last week, on perhaps the coldest night that I have experienced since leaving a college town situated more or less at the bottom of a lake, The Verge’s Ashley Carman and I took the train up to Hunter College to watch a debate. The contested proposition was whether “dating apps have killed romance,” and the host was an adult man who had never used a dating app. Smoothing the static electricity out of my sweater and rubbing a chunk of dead skin off my lip, I settled into the ‘70s-upholstery auditorium chair in a 100 percent foul mood, with an attitude of “Why the fuck... Read More
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AI could be the future maestro of music education

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Music is a universal language that can bring people together from all over the world. As emerging technologies help us communicate better, artificial intelligence is beginning to overtake our hearts, minds, and even ears. AI is opening up a world that users can automate, personalize, and learn from. The music and education sectors are not exempt from the efficiency of emerging technologies. Smart bots like Amper’s A.I. can now compose their own albums, while other intelligent applications like SmartMusic allow users to... Read More
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Study Says Loud Noises May Negatively Affect People With Pre-existing Heart Problems

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Published on Feb 15, 2018A study released in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology says being consistently around loud noises could negatively impact people with pre-existing heart condition's health Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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Trilobites: Ancient Artists Left Camels Carved in Saudi Desert’s Stone

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In one rock panel there is a camel lying on the ground with its head tilted toward a donkey that is on its feet. The two are nearly touching.“It raises its head to the head of the donkey, like Michelangelo in the Vatican — it’s the connection of two species,” said Guillaume Charloux, an archaeologist at the French National Center for Scientific Research and lead author on the paper, which ... Read More
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LimeBike’s Expansion Shows How Bike-Share Wars Are Escalating

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The bike-sharing wars have escalated. What started as healthy competition between two powerful, well-funded Chinese companies and a handful of scrappy American upstarts has intensified into a trash-talking land grab involving electric scooters, electric bikes, and plenty of Silicon Valley-style ambition. In October, LimeBike the favored competitor of Silicon Valley venture firms Andreessen Horowitz and Coatue Management, raised $50 million in funding. At the time it was in 20 markets around t... Read More
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These Perfectly Imperfect Diamonds Are Built for Quantum Physics

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In the mid-2000s, diamonds were the hot new thing in physics. It wasn’t because of their size, color, or sparkle, though. These diamonds were ugly: Researchers would cut them into flat squares, millimeters across, until they resembled thin shards of glass. Then they would shoot lasers through them. Probably the most valuable bauble of all was a minuscule diamond mined from the Ural Mountains. “We called it the ‘magic Russian sample,’” says physicist Kai-Mei Fu of the University of Washington. The diamond was extremely pure—almost all carbon, which isn’t common in this messy world—but with a ... Read More
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SUNY Old Westbury to offer a forensic-accounting first

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By GREGORY ZELLER // In a Long Island first – and a New York State rarity – SUNY Old Westbury will begin offering a Master of Science in Forensic Accounting program later this year. The 12-month, 30-credit trek – offered in a three-semester arc – is for graduate students seeking a career as a forensic accountant or fraud examiner. The first forensic accounting master class is scheduled to kick off with SUNY Old Westbury’s Fall 2018 semester. Designed to satisfy the 150-credit hour requirements required of New York State CPA licensure, the program als... Read More
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What is Energy? | Space Time

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Energy is the most powerful and useful concept in all of physics, but what exactly is it?You can further support us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/pbsspacetimeGet your own Space Time t­shirt at ht... Read More
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Senate debates DACA, immigration: Your questions answered | ABC News

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Black Restaurant Week: Across U.S., Events Remind Diners, ‘We’re Here. Support Us’

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Enlarge this image Adrian Henderson says he and other black restaurateurs in Oakland share tips about trends and bad employees. "I think sometimes there is a perception of service and quality of food that we have to deal with, in regard to competing with white restaurants that serve American cuisine or high end," he says. ... Read More
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Full Frame: Let’s Chat!

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What is the first image that comes to mind when you hear the word “refugee”? Well, if you’re like many people, your answer probably includes mentions of detainment camps and crowded boats washing ashore on the coasts of Europe. NaTakallam , an online start-up, is working to change these stereotypical impressions of refugees while empowering refugees to earn a living – a timely effort considering that there are now more than 65.3 million refugees in the world, according to a 2016 report from The UN Refugee Agency. NaTakallam (“we talk” in Arabic) connects Syrian refugees with people around the world who are learning Arabic. The students pay for hour-long video chats with their tutor... Read More
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Why #MeToo is vital for immigrant workers

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Work harassment is most common in the hospitality and food services industry, where women of color and immigrants are disproportionately represented.Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/76420/Find more videos like this at www.newsy.comFollow Newsy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/newsyvideosFollow Newsy on Twitter: www.twitter.com/newsyvideosDetected Closed Captioning: Many Times in The Bathrooms You Came Companions And I Wanted To enclose Ay not Me My Friends Showed Me porn Video I Thought he Was teaching Things Of Plays A Joke but No internet When I look He Tells Me Sees This and All Are laughing Brush being A Joke as A Long Shot because not Disli... Read More
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How should investors handle market volatility?

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Detected Closed Captioning: MARIA: WELCOME BACK. VOLATILITY HAS RETURNED. DOW INDUSTRIALS DOWN 107 POINTS NOW. NASDAQ DOWN 45. A FEW HOURS AFTER THE MARKET SEARCH WITH THE DOW CLOSING UP YESTERDAY 400 POINTS. YESTERDAYS PERFORMANCE OF AT THE CLOSE VERY STRONG. ENTREPRENEUR SHARES CEO AND CIO WITH COLLEGE PROFESSOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP JOEL SCHULMAN. GOOD TO SEE YOU. THANKS FOR JOINING US. WHAT DO YOU SEE IN TERMS OF CLIENTS IN TERMS OF FLOWS IN THIS MARKET? WOULD YOU THINK THESE MOVES ARE? >> WE SEE FLOWS POSITIVE. PEOPLE TAKE ADVANTAGE. IF YOU THINK ABOUT THE INTEREST RATE HIKES THAT WE’VE HAD COME ME GO BACK OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS. 1994 WE HAD SIX RATE HIKES, BUT THERE IS A TWO-YEAR PERIOD BETWEEN 2004 IN 2006 WHERE WE ... Read More
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Californians trust tech companies but want regulations to rein them in

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The tech industry is the most-trusted sector in California, but two-thirds of residents in the Bay Area — home of Silicon Valley — think it has been underregulated, according to a survey by public relations firm Edelman. There’s an apparent paradox between trust in the tech industry and a desire for more regulation as thorny issues such as privacy become increasingly important. The survey is meant to gauge the mood of the nation’s most populous state when it comes to tech, government, the economy, and the workplace. For the 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer, the firm interviewed 1,502 people living in California. The group interviewed 50... Read More
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Taking A Page From ‘Shark Tank’ To Put Up Political Candidates

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Enlarge this image Joel Parker (left) and Leigh Salinas (right), participants in the Center for Austin's Future ATXelerator program, take a bike tour through the city on Jan. 13, 2018. Gabriel C. Pérez/KUT 90.5 hide caption ... Read More
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Scott Schober discusses advancements in robot technology in China

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Universities Rush to Roll Out Computer Science Ethics Courses

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“It’s about finding or identifying issues that we know in the next two, three, five, 10 years, the students who graduate from here are going to have to grapple with,” said Mehran Sahami, a popular computer science professor at Stanford who is helping to develop the course. He is renowned on campus for bringing Mark Zuckerberg to class.... Read More
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Businesses are leaving California: Small business owner

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Published on Feb 12, 2018California small business owner Craig Huey on the impact of minimum wage hikes on small business and concerns of voter fraud in the state. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: AND AN ONL... Read More
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Mineola fire dept. gets lifesaving training

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Mineola’s fire department just received some potentially lifesaving training. The trauma center at NYU Winthrop hospital trained firefighters in its “Stop the Bleed” program, designed to teach everyone from first responders to every day citizens how to help properly care for victims of serious injuries. Stop The Bleed is a national initiative spearheaded by the American College of Surgeons and supported by the Department of Homeland Security. “Not only is it important that first responders like Mineola firefighters be trained in the lifesaving techniques of Stop the Bleed, but citizens across our Long Island communities should be empowered to provide immediate care to sustain life after serious blood loss,” Fahd A... Read More
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Fields: Diverse nursing workforce needed to serve diverse population

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Minorities now account for 37.1 and 30.4 percent of the population in Nassau and Suffolk, respectively. As we grow increasingly ethnically and racially diverse, and the predominantly white female nursing population reaches retirement age, these massive demographic shifts will put enormous strain on our healthcare system. If educators do not make a conscious effort to recruit and train a diverse workforce to meet the needs of this evolving population, our region’s health care may be pushed past the breaking point. The impending nursing shortage is not just a deficiency of numb... Read More
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Is Your Dog Ready for Instagram?

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What conclusions may be drawn? For one thing, Instagram puts a premium on superficial dog traits like cuteness over ones like intelligence or obedience.“Instagram and social media is impacting everything, and influencing all kinds of lifestyle and consumer decisions, so it makes sense that it would influence what kind of dog people choose,” said Cameron Woo, the publisher of The Bark, a dog-culture magazine based in Ber... Read More
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Little Miss Kung Fu. Girl power in a Shaolin martial arts school (RT Documentary)

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Shaolin Epo Wushu College in the Shaolin Mountains is among China’s top martial art schools. Nearby is the famous monastery, where monks have practiced the ancient martial art of wushu (also known as kung fu) for centuries. The school gives children the chance to learn as well. There are around 8,000 students, some as young as 3.Although the boarding school only accepted boys at first, it now welcomes girls as well. Shaolin Epo schoolgirls have no time to play with dolls. Instead, they train with fists, knives, swords, and other weapons every day. The girls practice just as hard as the boys and live under the same Spartan conditions. With several people living in one room, very modest dinners, and o... Read More
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Oracle CEO: It’s a great labor market

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Published on Feb 12, 2018Oracle CEO Mark Hurd and Caesars Entertainment CEO Mark Frissora on the U.S. job market and Steve Wynn stepping down as CEO of Wynn Resorts. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: THAT’S... Read More
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How the ‘digital divide’ is holding the U.S. economy back

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Today, Danilo Campos is a successful programmer in New York City. He previously served as the technical lead for Github, one of the rising giants in Silicon Valley and currently the largest open source web development platform in the world. His story began in New York City at 2 years old. He grew up in public housing with a single immigrant mother. So how did he go from living in public housing to working at some of Silicon Valley’s most prominent companies? He cites one life-changing reason: When he was 8 years old, his mother scrimped and saved so that they could have internet in their apartment. With that, he taught himself to code and got himself to where he is today. VentureBeat’s Heartland Tech channel i... Read More
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Andrew Zimbalist discusses the economic impact of this year’s Winter Games

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Red Storm Rising

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Gear Going Global collects sports gear for poor kids

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Detected Closed Captioning: TRISH: ALL RIGHT. AFTER A BAD WEEK FOR STOCKS, A CRAZY WEEK FOR STOCKS, WE WANTED TO SHARE A LITTLE GOOD NEWS WITH YOU. I WANT YOU TO MEET WESLEY BOONE A COLLEGE STUDENT FROM INDIANA AND THE FOUNDER OF GEAR GOING GLOBAL, PROVIDING SPORTS EQUIPMENT TO POOR CHILDREN AROUND THE WORLD. HE CREATED THE COMPANY FIVE YEARS AGO WHEN HE WAS 16 YEARS OLD AND HE SAW KIDS TRYING TO PLAY SOCCER WITH TRASH AND ROCKS. WESLEY JOINS ME NOW. TELL US WHAT YOU’RE DOING, WESLEY. >> HI, HOW ARE YOU? TRISH: I’M GOOD. SO WHAT ARE YOU UP TO? >> I’M JUST, YOU KNOW, IN THE STUDIO. TRISH: I MEANT WITH YOUR CHARITY. >> OH. SO, YEAH, WITH GEAR GOING GLOBAL RIGHT NOW WE ARE PARTNERING UP WITH SBD THIS WEEK... Read More
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Family of Man Facing Deportation Seeks Answers

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An adjunct college chemistry instructor living in Kansas who faced imminent deportation to Bangladesh has been granted a temporary stay. But his family is still shocked by his detainment. (Feb. 9)Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPressGet updates and more Breaking News here: ... Read More
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Logan Paul learned nothing

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It was less than a week after Logan Paul’s post-scandal return to regular vlogging that YouTube ”temporarily” suspended ads on his channel. The company’s decision reflects its promise to investigate further consequences for Paul specifically, as wel... Read More
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Facial Recognition Is Accurate, if You’re a White Guy

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The new study also raises broader questions of fairness and accountability in artificial intelligence at a time when investment in and adoption of the technology is racing ahead.Today, facial recognition software is being deployed by companies in various ways, including to help target product pitches based on social media profile pictures. But companies are also experimenting with face identification and other A.I. technology as an ingredient in automated decisions with higher stakes like hiring and lending.... Read More
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Push to Change NY Law Holding Back Behaviorists

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Kayleigh Norton, Applied Behavior Analysis therapist, reviews animals and colors with six-year-old Carl. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Dennis Sloan). An arcane New York State law restricting behavior analysts from helping anyone besides individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder shortchanges the otherwise afflicted and will cause a shortage of professionals, experts warn. Licensed Behavior Analysts and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) are trained to reduce harmful behavior and teach new skills to people diagnosed with anything from Down syndrome to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. But many people are unaware that behaviorists could help them. Now adv... Read More
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Noise pollution can be linked to heart disease, report says

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New research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology suggests exposure to unwelcome noise can disrupt sleep and become a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. Cardiologist Dr. Tiffany Sizemore joins CBSN to discuss the health risks associated with noise pollution.No Closed Captioning Detected within this Video.... Read More
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Comment on Macri: The need to broaden our definition of education by David

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Not too long ago, I overheard a Long Island college student arguing with his professor over a bad grade. “Look, professor, I’m just trying to pass,” he’d said. The course was Advanced Grammar & Vocabulary – it was as bad as it sounds. But he was a fourth-year undergraduate student inches away from earning a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Communications. Passing the class was the least of his problems. It wasn’t rare to come across students like him in the program; ones who studied the art of the English language without displaying much of an interest in its words at all. The problem isn’t isolated to Communications majors; you may be hard-pressed to find students who truly believe in wha... Read More
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10 to Watch: Chloe Kim

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Detected Closed Captioning: I Hope To Bring A Lot Of Happiness To People In Some Way I Feel Like snowboarding Is Kind Of An Art Form everyone Is Just Unique In Their Own Land I Feel Like Snowboarding Really Showcases That Everyone's Different [Music] I Learned So Much What I'm Having Fun like When I'm Having A Bad Day All I Do Is Take Heart Slams But When I'm Having fun Having A Good Time With All My friends I'm Just Having A Blast And I Feel Like I've Learned All My Crazy Tricks With All Of My Friends Around Me Supporting Me And Giving Me Advice I Love Snowboarding But At The Same Time I Want To Be Smart About The Way I Play My Cards And You Know Make Sure To Have An Education So I Can Keep You Know Do Further Things With M... Read More
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Comment on Macri: The need to broaden our definition of education by Greg Demetiou

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Not too long ago, I overheard a Long Island college student arguing with his professor over a bad grade. “Look, professor, I’m just trying to pass,” he’d said. The course was Advanced Grammar & Vocabulary – it was as bad as it sounds. But he was a fourth-year undergraduate student inches away from earning a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Communications. Passing the class was the least of his problems. It wasn’t rare to come across students like him in the program; ones who studied the art of the English language without displaying much of an interest in its words at all. The problem isn’t isolated to Communications majors; you may be hard-pressed to find students who truly believe in what th... Read More
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Politicians care more about getting re-elected than passing budget bill: Brenberg

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Detected Closed Captioning: THE GOP IS SUPPOSE TO BE THE PARTY FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY. WHY IS SENATE MAJORITY LEADER MITCH MCCONNELL PUSHING A BALLOONING BUDGET? IT'S TIME FOR BRIAN-OMICS. BRIAN BRENBERG IS WITH ME NOW FROM THE KING'S COLLEGE. I THINK IT'S DISCONCERTING WHEN >> THIS IS WHAT I HATE ABOUT SO-CALLED BIPARTISANSHIP. THE ONE THING IT ALWAYS GIVES YOU IS BIGGER DEFICITS AND BIGGER DEBT. AT THE END OF THE DAY BOTH OF THESE GUYS HAVE THE SAME INTERESTS AND IT'S GETTING WE HAVE 2017, 2018 IS ALL ABOUT THE MID-TERMS. WE'LL DO WHAT WE NEED TO DO TO GET WE ELECTED. >> IT ALSO SETS UP FUTURE GENERATIONS OF SPENDING. UNFORTUNATELY, THAT'S WHAT I MEAN. YOU LET THE GENIE OUT OF THE PEOPLE LIKE PAUL RYAN PAY LIP SE... Read More
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Drowsy Driving Fears

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Detected Closed Captioning: Just Texting Or Drinking It Turns Out Drowsy Drivers Are An Increasing Danger on The Roads New Study Finds Many Drivers Just Aren't Getting Enough Sleep CBS 2's Chris Van Cleave Reports This dash Camera Video Shows What Can Happen When There's A Tired Driver At The Wheel the Car Drifts And Hits Another Car No One Was Hurt But Drowsy Driving Can Have deadly Consequences Jennifer Pierce Finds It Difficult To Look At Photos Of Her Little Sister Nicole Ten Years Ago the College Freshman Was Returning From A Ski Trip With Friends Pierce Says Everyone In The Car Fell Asleep including The Driver Who Drifted And Slammed Into A Tree Nicole Was Rushed To The Hospital But Didn't Survive None Of Us Made It To... Read More
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Easy for illegal immigrants to vote in California?

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Detected Closed Captioning: TONIGHT. >> WATCH IT WITH SOME NOTES, BRING A PEN. [LAUGHTER] I’M GOING TO GIVE A COUPLING NAMES OUT TONIGHT. >> GREAT. STUART: WE’RE GOING TO LEAVE ON YOUR SCREEN WHAT’S GOING ON WITH THE DOW INDUSTRIALS BECAUSE THIS IS A VERY SHARP DECLINE. WE’RE DOWN 1.5%, ALMOST 400 POINTS TO THE DOWNSIDE. WHILST YOU WATCH THAT, LET’S DEAL WITH THIS: THE CONGRESSMAN CONGRESSMAN, JOHN GAER MOONTY, YESTERDAY ON THIS PROGRAM SAID ILLEGAL ALIENS, ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS WILL NOT BE REGISTERED TO VOTE UNDER A NEW LAW IN CALIFORNIA. ROLL TAPE. >> THEY CANNOT REGISTER TO VOTE. THERE’S A DIFFERENT SYSTEM FOR REGISTERING TO VOTE FOR THOSE WHO ARE CITIZENS VERSUS THOSE WHO GET A DRIVER’S LICENS... Read More
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Smartphone addiction turning vacation goers into travel zombies?

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Detected Closed Captioning: I Love You. ARE YOU PLANNING A TRIP SOMEWHERE I GO AWAY BUT NOT FAR FROM YOUR CELL PHONE. AND YOU MIGHT BE PART OF THE LESIONS OF PEOPLE WHO CALL THEMSELVES TRAVEL ZOMBIES THOSE THAT ARE UNABLE TO UNPLUG. ACCORDING TO BAYLOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AGED WOMEN SPEND AN AVERAGE OF 2010 HOURS A DAY ON THEIR PHONE MEN SPEND EIGHT HOURS A DAY. THE SCREEN ADDICTION BECOMING INCREASINGLY SIGNIFICANT. 50% OF TEENAGERS SAID THEY WERE ADDICTED TO THEIR PHONES. I THINK WERE REACHING A POINT WHERE WE ARE RECOGNIZING THIS MAY BE A PROBLEM. THE PHONE IS USEFUL FOR SO MANY THINGS. YOU CAN NEVER NEED EVERYWHERE YOU GO BUT THEN YOU ARE ALREADY GETTING NOTIFICATIONS ON TWITTER WHICH ARE ADDICTING BY ITS VERY NATURE. IT... Read More
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Opioid epidemic is the deadliest drug crisis in US history: AG Sessions

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Detected Closed Captioning: >> MORE AMERICANS ARE DYING THIS. 2016 SAW 64,000 AMERICANS DIE OF DRUG OVERDOSES. ONER 9 MINUTES. 2018, THIS YEAR, WE WANT IT DOWN. CHARLES * THAT WAS ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS ADDRESSING TODAY WHAT HE CALLS THE DEADLIEST DRUG CRISIS IN OUR NATION'S HISTORY. AND THE NUMBER OF FOSTER CHILDREN HAS RISEN BY 8%. HERE NOW TO DISCUSS, THE AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR SOUTH FLORIDA, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH. THE CHILDREN'S VILLAGE, THERE IS A PIECE IN THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTE. I WAS SHOCKED AT THE NUMBER. 500,000 STUCK OUT FOR ME. >> THERE ARE A LOT OF PLANS, BUT VERY LITTLE HAS REALLY HAPPENED. ONE OF THE THINGS WE KNOW IS WE ARE TAKING KIDS AWAY FROM THAT'S A REAL CRISIS. WE HAVE TO MAKE SU... Read More
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What’s Trending on Weibo 02.07.18

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Detected Closed Captioning: Here On The Digital Hub We've Talked About Grandparents Becoming College Grads Now It's A Seven Year Old Teacher Whose Skills Have Earned Him A Lot Of Pocket Money You're Looking At China's Youngest Certified Yoga Instructor possibly The Youngest In The World swooned Xu Yang Has Made Over $15,000 from His Classes His Mother Says She Sent Him To Yoga Classes When He Was Just 2 Years Old To Help With His Slight Autism Some Studies Suggest That Yoga can Help Children With Autism Like Him Now Soon He Showed A Natural Talent For it And Before His Family Knew It Yoga Studios Were Fighting To Recruit Him He's Been On TV Showing Off His Skills And Now He's A Big Hit On Chinese Social media With Millions W... Read More
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Murphy Doubles Down On Free Community College

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Detected Closed Captioning: 31 Year-old Stella - Fabio Is Still Paying Off Her College Loans She Would Have Taken Advantage Of Free Community College If Offered Especially Because books Are Very Very Expensive So If You Have To Pay For That On Your Own Plus Tuition And You Know You Don't Get A Lot Of Money From The State Depending On How much Your Parents Make Governor Phil Murphy Says He Plans To Deliver On His campaign Promise Of Free Community College As We Look Out On Our Horizon As A State We Believe That That's Something that We Should We Should Jump All Over but State Senate Republican Leader Tom Kane Jr. Says Nothing Is Ever Really Free The Tax Payer Impact Of This Proposal Will Be Very Very Significant Extending Sta... Read More
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Budget in progress: Senators talk 2-year deal

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Senate leadership is working on an agreement for a bipartisan, two-year budget deal that lifts sequestration caps and funds domestic programs, Sens. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., announced on the Senate floor Feb. 7, 2018. The bill unwinds sequestration caps on both the military and “urgent domestic priorities,” lifting funding for domestic programs by $131 billion. In addition to lifted caps, the bill includ... Read More
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Interview with William Seeley, “The Why” 02/06/18

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Newsy's "The Why" host Chance Seales spoke with William Seeley about developments in artificial intelligence and it's possible future in our daily lives. Get a deeper understanding of the stories that matter with Newsy's "The Why" — weekdays 7-9 p.m. ET.Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] Let's Talk Now About Deep Learning remember Deep Blue That Was The IBM Computer That Became A Chess Champion became Famous She's Really Good There's Now Something From Google Alphabet Called Deep Mind Or Alphago It Learned A Game Called Go Which Has Been Around For Thousands Of Years It's Hugely Popular In Asia The BBC Explains Why This Type Of Learning Is Even More Special Than Deep Blue Was De... Read More
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Dan Ye discusses China’s attempts to level-up its gaming exports

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Every day, tens of millions in China play mobile game "Honor of Kings." The game is a huge hit, and its developers are trying to level-up by bringing it to the U.S. But success in America's competitive gaming landscape is far from guaranteed. Dan Ye, CEO of College Node, discusses the Chinese and American gaming markets with CGTN’s Elaine Reyes.Detected Closed Captioning: Danya Is A CEO Of College Note A Company With Offices In Both Beijing And Washington DC That Develops An Online Platform For Foreign Students To Connect He Joins Us Now In The Studio So You Know Dan Why Is It That Mobile Gaming Is More Popular In China And Then You Have The Consoles And The Computers The Big Computers ... Read More
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Japan’s Princess Mako Postpones Wedding

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Detected Closed Captioning: Japan's Princess Mako Has Postponed Her Wedding To Her College Sweetheart. Mako Is Engaged To Kei Komuro, A 26-year-old Legal Assistant. The Couple Met Five Years Ago While Studying In Tokyo And Last Year, They Got Engaged. Palace Officials Originally Said The Couple Would Wed In November This Year. On Feb. 6, However, News Sources Said The Wedding Will Be Postponed Until 2020. The Couple Says The Delay Is Due To Lack Of Time To Organize The Wedding And Next Year The Imperial Family Will Be Busy With Mako's Grandfather, Emperor Akihito, Abdicating The Throne. He Will Be The First Japanese Emperor To Step Down From The Chrysanthemum Throne In More Than 200 Years. Mako Is The Eldest Daughter Of Princ... Read More
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‘We Are Witnesses’ — Aswad Thomas

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Together with The Marshall Project, Newsy brings you stories of the criminal justice system. Here, Aswad Thomas shares his experience.Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/76167/Find more videos like this at www.newsy.comFollow Newsy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/newsyvideosFollow Newsy on Twitter: www.twitter.com/newsyvideosDetected Closed Captioning: [Music] This Hit Me Today When I Saw It On Twitter People All Over The Country Are Honoring Trayvon Martin Today February 5th Is His Birthday Trayvon Martin Would Have Been 23 Years Old Today The Teenager Remember He Was A Teen Was Shot And Killed On February 26 2012 By A Neighborhood Crime Watch Captain Se... Read More
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Trump Falls Silent On Stock Market Slump

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Enlarge this image Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption ... Read More
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OFFICE OF THE NASSAU COUNTY COMPTROLLER HOSTS BLACK HISTORY MONTH COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT EVENT

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MINEOLA, NY – The Office of the Nassau County Comptroller will host a Black History Month Community Empowerment Event on Tuesday, February 13, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., at Union Baptist Church of Hempstead.“The Comptroller’s Office can do more for everyone in Nassau County, and that includes taking opportunities to improve residents’ access to useful information like minority and women business enterprise (MWBE) training, financial literacy, and college planning,” Schnirman said. “My office is excited to host an event that connects residents with community leaders, representatives from higher education, and financial advisors.”Comptroller Jack Schnirman, Chief Deputy Comptroller Shari James, and Rev. Dr. Se... Read More
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US regulators are struggling to reign in illegal cryptocurrency offerings

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Regulators are in uncharted territory trying to regulate illegal cryptocurrency public coin offerings, US officials told Congress today. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman John Clayton had harsh words for those dodging SEC regulations today at a Senate banking committee hearing: “Many ICOs [initial coin offerings] are being conducted illegally. Their promoters and other participants are not following our security laws,” Clayton said. “Some people say that’s because the law isn’t clear. I do not buy that for a moment.” Clayton and J. Christopher Giancarlo, chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), testified today in front of members of the US Senate banking commi... Read More
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Catholic Health Services, NYIT form osteopathic pact

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By GREGORY ZELLER // A fresh collaboration between a groundbreaking Long Island medical school and a leading provider of community-based healthcare will improve medical services for patients throughout the region. Catholic Health Services of Long Island, the largest faith-based healthcare system serving Nassau and Suffolk counties, has entered into a new agreement with New York Institute of Technology’s College of Osteopathic Medicine aimed at “advanc(ing) patient-centered, community-based healthcare on Long Island,” according to Rockville Centre... Read More
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The Best College Dorm Essentials

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Mini fridge Pull Quote Our main advice for most mini fridge shoppers is to get whatever is cheap and available—which probably means buying used from whoever is moving out. A mini fridge can make a spartan dorm room feel a bit more like home just by providing a space to chill drinks, store a few fresh snacks, and keep your leftovers from turning into a science experiment. After spending 10 hours scoping out the category and considering about 20 models, we found that almost any mini fridge will get the job done, so long as it meets some minimum criteria. First, it needs to have a real compressor (as opposed to a less-effective thermoelectric cooling el... Read More
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Democrats are disconnected from reality: Joe ‘The Plumber’ Wurzelbacher

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Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher discusses House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) “crumbs” comment relating to tax reform and the media’s attacks against House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-Wis.) deleted tweet on the results of tax reform.Detected Closed Captioning: GIVING TO WORKERS TO KIND OF PUT THE SCHMOOZE ON IS SO PATHETIC. LIZ: WITH ME NOW THE VOICE OF THE BLUE COLOR MAN OR BETTER KNOWN AS JOE THE PLUMBER GOOD TO SEE YOU JOE. >> HI THANKS FOR HAVING ME. LIZ: WE GET IT WHAT HAPPENED WITH PAUL RYAN. WEIGH IN HERE WHAT WAS YOUR REACTION TO THE MEDIA ATTACKING PAUL RYAN BUT SAYING NOTHING ABOUT NANCY PELOSI'S CRUMBS AND PATHETIC COMMENT. >> WELL YOU C... Read More
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Holly Wang discusses China’s latest proposals for rural revitalization

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Detected Closed Captioning: or For A Closer Look At The Policies And Proposals In The Document Let's Bring In Holly Wan She's A Professor Of Agricultural Economics At Purdue University Welcome To The Show Hi So What Stood Out To You As The Main Highlights Of The Document Actually This Document Is The Continuation With Stuff A Few Years Ago It's Emphasized Again On The Three Aspects Of Agriculture Which Is The Agricultural Production Rural society And Farmers Income However This Time I Really Bring This To High Priority I Mean Priority Among The Other Industries What Make It Uniqueness This Year Is It Has A Holistic Document A Look At The Rural Development The Environment The Ecology The Sustainability Human Resources Even so... Read More
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CHS, NYITCOM team up

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Catholic Health Services and the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine have announced a partnership that will increase the number of medical student rotations, graduate student residencies and fellowships at CHS hospitals. “We are very excited about this expanded collaboration as NYIT’s medical school affords CHS some strong clinical growth opportunities for the next generation of future providers,” Patrick O’Shaughnessy, executive vice president and chief clinical officer for Catholic Health Services, said in a statement. “CHS will offer NYITCOM students expanded clerkship opportunities at all of our six high-quality campuses. We welcome these quality graduates into our residencies and eventua... Read More
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Duterte Pledges P100 Million to Lumad for Development

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Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Pledged 100 Million Pesos To Indigenous Newman Communities While Also Warning Them Not To Side With Communist Rebels - Tara - Spoke At The Indigenous Peoples Leaders Summit In Davao City On February 1st He Said A Government Would Provide 100 Million Pesos For Livelihood Programs And Agricultural Development He Also Said He'd Personally Pick Investors to Develop The Area The Data They Also told A Crowd To Prepare For Eventual Relocation If That's What They Want And Said He Would Provide Temporary Shelter And Jobs Free Education Was Also On Offer As The Tata Said The Government Would Pay The College Tuition Of Luman Students He Also Threatened To Replace ... Read More
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Sell some Amazon shares? Buy Wal-Mart?

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Detected Closed Captioning: DAY. JACK HOW MUCH, YOUR FAULT. BURT FLECKINGER IS WITH US. MANAGING DIRECTOR AT THE STRATEGIC RESOURCE GROUP. I READ YOUR STUFF. YOU'RE TELLING SOME INVESTOR TO SELL SOME OF THEIR AMAZON BECAUSE IT HAS GONE WAY UP A BIT TOO FAR. HOW MUCH WOULD YOU SELL? >> SELL A QUARTER, KEEP 3/4. WALMART IS COMING ON STRONG. BUY WALMART WHAT YOU SELF AMAZON. STUART: IF YOU HAVE 100 SHARES OF AMAZON, SELL 25 OF THEM. >> START A HALF POSITION WITH WALMART. STUART: BECAUSE IF YOU BOUGHT IT EARLY ENOUGH, YOU ARE TAKING PROFIT AND RISK OFF THE TABLE, AREN'T YOU? >> IF YOU BOUGHT IT AND YOU AND FOX BUSINESS NEWS RECOMMENDED YEARS? WHICH RETAILERS. >> WALMART, FEDEX, LIKE WALMART, WALGREENS BOOT... Read More
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Improving economy bad for Democrats in midterm elections?

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Detected Closed Captioning: YOU DON'T FEEL BAD OF EQUITIES HERE. STUART: OKAY, NICOLE, THANK YOU VERY MUCH, INDEED. POLITICS, LET'S GET TO THAT WHY DON'T WE? MIDTERM ELECTIONS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER, PRESIDENT TRUMP IS GOING AFTER RED STATE DEMOCRATS AND REALLY PUSHING THE ECONOMY AND IT'S PERFORMANCE, BILL IS WITH US, HE'S WITH THE WALL STREET JOURNAL EDITORIAL BOARD. NOW, PRESIDENT TRUMP SEEMS TO BE GOING AFTER SENATE DEMOCRATS FROM VULNERABLE STATES, VICE PRESIDENT PENCE CHASED DOWN JOE MANCHI, IN THE OTHER DAY AND TODAY THE PRESIDENT IS GOING TO OHIO, NO VULNERABLE DEMOCRATS THAT I KNOW OF BUT NONETHELESS THAT'S A SWING STATE. >> BROWN IS RUNNING FOR REELECTION. STUART: HE'S WAY IN THE LEFT. STUART: HE'S VULNERABLE... Read More
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Basics: Many Animals Can Count, Some Better Than You

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The acoustic one-upfrogship is energetically draining and risks attracting predators like bats. Yet the male frogs have no choice but to keep count of the competition, for the simple reason that female túngaras are doing the same: listening, counting and ultimately mating with the male of maximum chucks.Behind the frog’s surprisingly sophisticated number sense, scientists have found, are specialized cells located in the amphibian midbra... Read More
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Want Awesome Robots? You’ll Have to Best These Challenges

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We are living in the midst of a profound technological restructuring of human society. The machines that once only frolicked in science fiction have begun to infiltrate our lives. If you don't already work alongside a robot, you may in the near future. Self-driving cars promise to transform our roads, and the first truly sophisticated robots have begun laboring in hospitals and construction sites and even ... Read More
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What cities with fast-growing tech companies have in common

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In order to build a strong regional economy, it’s not enough for city and state leaders to simply vocalize their support for local businesses. They also have to find ways to create an environment where those local businesses can grow and add a lot of jobs quickly. A new report from the Brookings Institution sheds light on where fast-growing companies are flourishing in the U.S., and why. To find out what’s behind this success, author Ian Hathaway analyzed the companies from Inc. magazine’s annual list of the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the U.S. (Disclosure: I used to wo... Read More
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Inside Limitless and Lytro’s quest for the next evolution in VR characters

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In the past few months I’ve seen some really impressive stuff in VR. From standing atop the mountains of Skyrim, gazing down at a seemingly endless landscape, to the subtle nuances of the little girl in Wolves in the Walls, VR is really starting to hit its stride lately, especially with character interactions. Now with light field company Lytro’s acquisition of VR animation studio Limitless, we’re i... Read More
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New York Story: The Misery of the New York Sports Fan in February

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Sports fandom is an addiction; it doesn’t go away in midwinter when your seasonal teams are dreadful; March Madness is, well, in March; pitchers and catchers are still working out in high school gyms and the Westminster Dog Show is a fast-approaching headline. Today, if you’re a New York fan particularly, with the Knicks, Nets, Rangers, Devils and Islanders all wallowing in the kind of meh play that drains the juice out of both hope and despair, and particularly on Super Bowl Sunday with our football franchises in a catastrophic state of haplessness, you’re fundamentally lost.... Read More
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How To Be a Bitcoin Thought Leader

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So you still have no idea how to talk about cryptocurrencies at a cocktail party. That's fine: Your livelihood doesn't depend on it. But for a certain segment of the population—investors, industry analysts, lawyers, really anyone who's tech-adjacent for a living—it's suddenly their job to have something "smart" to say. And if they have any hope of establishing themselves as authorities on the subject, they're not allowed to shut up about crypto. So they harangue you at those parties, tweet, hold forth on conference panels, tweet, prognosticate on podcasts, tweet, host meetups, tweet, publish ghostwritten blog posts, and also: tweet. There’s a reason for the relentless self-promotion, of course... Read More
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Norman O’Reilly breaks down NFL’s business strategy

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Detected Closed Captioning: Well Four On This Super Business Of American Football I Spoke To Norman O'Reilly Norman Is A Professor Of Business At A Chair Of Sports Administration At The Ohio University's College Of Business I Began By Asking How The NFL Manages To Generate So Much Revenue A Lot Of People Give It A Few Reasons Why The First Is Is The Limited Amount Of Content So Each Team Only Plays 16 Games In Front Of A Huge Audience Massive Television audience Each Game Has A Lot More Importance To It Than Other Than Other Comparable Properties Like Major League Baseball For Example Or Premier League soccer Secondly The NFL Is In Football In General American Football Canadian football Is The Same Has A Very Spectator Cultu... Read More
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Queens Students Gear Up For Lego Competition

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Detected Closed Captioning: Flashing Blue Wigs Safety Goggles Lab Coat Check Meet The Robo Pandas When I Was In Kindergarten I Always Saw The Best Like This Dream Team These Bright Minds Our Future Are All 5th Graders At PS 94 In Queens Nolan Silvia Lily Anthony Audra Jo It Eric Ava She's Been Hard At Work For Months Coming In Before School On Weekends To Prepping Their Research And Robot To Make Sure Everything's Perfect For Their First ever Lego League Competition This Weekend We Get To Know More About The World This Year's Theme Is Hydrodynamics coach Ellie Glass Says Her Students Put In The Time To Solve The Issue Of Flash Flooding And Combined Sewer Overflows In This City They Are 10 Years Old But They Have Embraced Thi... Read More
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AI could be a vital resource in the fight against workplace harassment

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Sexual harassment has made plenty of headlines in recent months, but more often than not, bad behavior doesn’t happen in the spotlight. As Oprah said in her Golden Globes Lifetime Achievement speech, sexual harassment happens in factories and in fields everywhere, to people of all colors, classes, and creeds. In the modern office, there is one type of harassment that HR teams could solve using the very same innovation that enables it. I’m speaking, of course,... Read More
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NIH backs SBU-based biotech’s tuberculosis effort

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By GREGORY ZELLER // A Setauket-based pharmaceuticals startup specializing in biomarker analysis has landed a chunky National Institutes of Health research award. Chronus Pharmaceuticals, founded and managed by researchers representing Stony Brook University and an assortment of other prestigious research institutions, announced this week that it has received a $299,172 Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer award from the NIH’s ... Read More
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Black Lightning’s Nafessa Williams on leaving a hated day job to go be a superhero

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Mild spoilers ahead for The CW’s Black Lightning. Black Lightning is one of broadcast television’s few black superhero shows. Based on the DC comics of the same name, Black Lightning follows Jefferson Pierce (Cress Williams), a school principal and family man in his 40s, who’s conflicted between returning to the superhero life and ignoring crime on the streets. But Black Lightning’s standout character is his eldest daughter, Anissa Pierce (Nafessa Williams). Anissa is a social justice activist and student with budding superpowers of her own. Like the comic book character, she’s gay, which makes her one of the ... Read More
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Interview with Ophira Edut, “The Why” 02/01/18

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Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] Remember The Astrotwins We Saw A Few minutes Ago Their Celebrity Astrologist out There And The Refinery Article Said Their Website Traffic Doubled Last Year Keeps Growing Every Single Day sisters O Farrah And Tolly They Post Very Specific Personalized Horoscopes based On Their Readings I Pulled Up Mine today This Is Part Of It Quote Choose Compromise Over Competition Leo With Interactive Mercury In Aquarius And Your Relationship House Until February 17th You're In Cooperative Spirits Use This Sweet Talking Cycle To Restore Balance And Get Back In Sync With Important People It Goes On After That They Talk About Assumptions And About Alliances And On Platforms Like Instagram And Twitter They... Read More
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Interview with Chris Brennan, “The Why” 02/01/18

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Newsy's "The Why" host Chance Seales spoke with the host of The Astrology Podcast, Chris Brennan, about how ancient astrology can be applied to astrology today. Get a deeper understanding of the stories that matter with Newsy's "The Why" — weekdays 7-9 p.m. ET.Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] The Host Of The Popular Show The Astrology Podcast Chris Brennan He Compiled All Of That Research Published A Book Called Hellenistic Astrology I Asked Him How The Research Process actually Worked How Long It Took And How It Can All Be Applied To Astrology Today Could You Walk Me Through The Work Involved In First Translating And Then Contextualizing These Ancient Texts luckily A Lot Of A... Read More
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PHL President Rodrigo Duterte Warns University of Philippines Walkouts

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Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Has warns University Of Philippine Students Who Keep Leaving Class To Protest On Thursday February 1st Students At A University Of The Philippines Diliman Walked Out Of Classes To Protest The Quote Do That At A U.s. Regime President D'ottavio Responded To The Walkout During A Gathering Of Leaders Of Indigenous Communities In Mindanao He Told The Demonstrators That If They Didn't Want To Go To School He Would Offer Their Spots To Lumad Students He Said Quote I'll Give You A Privilege Don't Come To School For A Year I'll Let The Bright Lumen Enter You P That They Also Told Parents Of Lumen Students To Not Worry About The Cost Of a College Education He Sai... Read More
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Take a Number: The Smiling Axolotl Hides a Secret: A Giant Genome

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Photo The axolotl is an salamander whose genome has 32 billion base pairs, ten times the number in the human genome and the largest ever sequenced. ... Read More
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Assemblyman Murray Issues Statement On Free Tablet Computers For Prisoners

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Long Island, NY - February 2, 2018 - Assemblyman Dean Murray (R,C,I-East Patchogue) has issued a Statement on the decision of the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) to allow inmates the free use of electronic tablets: “While middle-class families continue to suffer under the nation’s highest taxes, life in New York keeps getting better for criminals and illegal aliens." “The decision by the New York Stat... Read More
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Boost in wage growth in January jobs report

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Detected Closed Captioning: 2,055,000 JOBS BACK TO YOU. >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH LABOR DEPARTMENT, 2.9% WAGE GROWTH HEADLINED UNEMPLOYMENT AFRICAN-AMERICAN COMMUNITY HIGHER -- BIG MOVE UP YOUR THOUGHTS. DAGEN: I WAS GOING TO SAY INSIDE POPULATION CONTROLS IN THE HOUSEHOLD SURVEY USED TO COMPRISE ALL RATES NUMBER PLOYED UNEMPLOYED CONTINUE BE DIRECTLY COMPARABLE BETWEEN DECEMBER AND JANUARY WE HAVE THE DIG INTO NUMBERS MORE A SOLID JOBS' REPORT MARKET REACTION DOW FUTURES DOWN 200 POINTS, GOING INTO THE JOBS' REPORT, WE SEE THE SELLING PICK UP A LITTLE BIT NOW EFFECT THAT 2.9% WAGE GROWTH WOREY WARTS WORRYING MORE. >> MAIN STREET WALL STREET DECIDE SO MAIN STREET SIZE FINALLY WE ARE SEEING WAGE ECONOMY WALL STREET L... Read More
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Macri: The need to broaden our definition of education

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Not too long ago, I overheard a Long Island college student arguing with his professor over a bad grade. “Look, professor, I’m just trying to pass,” he’d said. The course was Advanced Grammar & Vocabulary – it was as bad as it sounds. But he was a fourth-year undergraduate student inches away from earning a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Communications. Passing the class was the least of his problems. It wasn’t rare to come across students like him in the program; ones who studied the art of the English language without displaying much of an interest in its words at all. The problem isn’t isolated to Communications majors; you may be hard-pressed to find students who truly believe in wha... Read More
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From Scraps To Snacks: Pulp Left Over From Juice Bars Is Reborn In New Foods

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Enlarge this image Vegetable chips made by Forager and granola from Pulp Pantry. They're among several companies using the fruit and vegetable fiber left over from juicing in new food products. Grace Hwang Lynch for NPR hide caption... Read More
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Could a Vaccine Protect Football Players From Concussions?

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It’s been a turbulent year for the NFL. Ratings plummeted 12 percent in the regular season, even more during the playoffs. It’s hard to know what hurt the league more, its public feuding with the White House over players protesting police brutality during the national anthem or the fact that people don’t watch TV anymore. But it’s not hard to know what’s hurting the league’s players: This season, the NFL reported 281 concussions, the most since the league ... Read More
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Survey Finds Conservatives Feel Out of Place in Silicon Valley

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In recent weeks, uproar over Silicon Valley’s alleged bias against conservatives has intensified—from Project Veritas secretly filming Twitter employees to fired Google engineer James Damore suing his former employer for allegedly discriminating against whites, males, and conservatives at a company that is 69 percent white and 56 percent male. Now Lincoln Network, a right-leaning political group for tech workers, wants to enter the fray as a voice of reason—armed with data. ... Read More
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Democrats plan to repeal GOP tax bill

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Detected Closed Captioning: REPEALING THE TAX CUPS RIGHT AS PEOPLE ARE STARTING TO GET A BUMP IN THEIR PAY ZMEKS OR ARE THEY JUST NUTS. THIS IS BRIAN BRENBERG FROM THE KING'S COLLEGE. THE ECONOMY IS WORK WELL FOR MORE THAN A FEW PEOPLE. BRIAN: I'M SHOCKED TO SEE THIS STORY. I DON'T THINK IT MEANS THEY ARE INSANE. I THINK IT MEANS THEY ARE SO OUT OF TOUCH. THE IDEA OF THE GREAT CRUMBS AND A $2,000 TAX CUT. YOU HAVE TO BE SO ELITIST TO THINK PEOPLE AREN'T GOING TO RESPOND TO ANOTHER $50 EVERY TWO WEEKS IN THEIR PAYCHECK. THAT MAY BE NEWS FOR NANCY PELOSI AND SCHUMER * BUT IT'S A $100 MILLION. BUT MIKE PENCE MADE A GOOD POINT. HE SAID FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE, THAT'S CHRISTMAS. BRIAN: IT'S BEYOND BELIEF TO SAY $2,000 FOR THE AVERAGE... Read More
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Democrats need a positive, practical message to take back power: Kennedy

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Detected Closed Captioning: IN COLLEGE. GRAB A NOTEBOOK. REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS THINK THEY HAVE THE WINNING ISSUE FOOTER MID-TERMS, TAXES. THE PRESIDENT IS ENJOYING A 10-POINT TAX HAPPY POLL JUMP. PEOPLE ARE SEEING MORE MONEY IN THEIR PAYCHECKS STARTING TODAY. AND HOW ARE DEMOCRATS GOING TO SELL A HOT PLATE OF STINKY DOOM WHEN PEOPLE ARE GETTING RELIEF. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, THAT'S THEIR PLAN. IT'S NOT THE ENVIRONMENT FOR DEMOCRATS TO THROW THE BRAKES ON ECONOMIC MOMENTUM. WHEN THE ECONOMY TANKS AFTER A REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION, THAT'S WHEN THE DEMOCRATS CAN OFFER THE SALVE OF SOCIALISM TO HEAL THEIR WOUNDS. BUT WHEN WE ARE ON THE UPSWING, THE LAST THING WANT TO HEAR FROM NANCY PELOSI IS THIS. >> WE'LL HAVE TO REPEAL A... Read More
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We’re Spending Less Time On Facebook, And Mark Zuckerberg Says That’s Great

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Enlarge this image Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook Inc., attends a conference in Idaho in July 2017. Zuckerberg has announced — and celebrated — a drop in the amount of time users are spending on Facebook. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption togg... Read More
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The Amazon Go effect: How bots fit into the future workforce

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The illusion of job safety for the 3.5 million cashiers in America was shattered last week when Amazon Go, the first cashierless grocery store in the United States, opened in Seattle. By most accounts, the store is highly functional: It is difficult to shoplift, and the technology — which Amazon described only as involving “sophisticated computer vision and machine learning software” — accurately identifies which items shoppers put in their bags. In contrast to previous efforts at automating grocery store checko... Read More
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‘Cheers’ actor John Ratzenberger touts vocational skills

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Detected Closed Captioning: WE SHOULD HAVE VOCATION SCHOOLS. DON'T HAVE THAT VERY MUCH ANYMORE. I THINK THE WORD VOCATIONAL IS A BETTER WORD THAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE BUT A LOT OF PEOPLE DON'T KNOW WHAT COMMUNITY COLLEGE MEANS OR REPRESENTS. WE ARE WORKING VERY HARD ON VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS. >> THAT WAS MUSIC TO THE EARS OF ACTOR JOHN. HE'S BEEN ADVOCATING FOR VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS AND RECOGNIZING THE WORK OF MECHANICS AND PLUMBERS AND ALL OF THOSE. >> I'M WELL. WE JOKED EARLIER BUT I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOUR PLUMBER BUT MY PLUMBER HAS PEOPLE WHEN THEY COME TO MY HOUSE. THEY CAN DO QUITE WELL. THERE'S ALWAYS THIS VIEW THAT THAT'S NOT WHAT YOU WANT YOUR KIDS TO GET INTO, BUT SOMEWHAT STATES AND MUNICIPALITIES WANT TO PUSH THEI... Read More
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Interview with Josh Kraushaar, “The Why” 01/31/18

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Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] canapé Turn Into Electoral Success That's The Question Is There A Sea change On Campus Like We Saw During The Reagan Years I Put That Question To Josh Crush Our Editor A National Journal Do You Think At This Point Considering What We're Talking About With College Trump firs That Group Is Actually Growing Or Is It A Good Story It's A Base Which Means That They Are there Is A Hardcore Segment On College Campuses Of Republicans Who Identify With Trump And When You Have A President you're Partisans Follow Suit Everywhere There Was A Reagan Revolution Where You Had A Lot Of College Students Too Who Were Perhaps In The Minority But They Were Hardcore In Support Of What Ronald Reagan Was All Abo... Read More
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Interview with Matthew Thomas Oberly, “The Why” 01/31/18

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Newsy's "The Why" host Chance Seales spoke with Matthew Thomas Oberly from the Young Republican National Federation about President Trump's popularity among younger voters.Get a deeper understanding of the stories that matter with Newsy's "The Why" — weekdays 7-9 p.m. ET.Detected Closed Captioning: [Music] Just A Minute We're Gonna Be Talking With A Political Expert To See If This trend Can Actually Be Generalized But First Let's Broaden This Out With More Young People What About Other Maybe Older Millennials Who May Be Entering the Workforce Finishing Grad School Starting A Family Matthew Thomas Overly Is Part Of The Leadership With The Group Young Republicans It's Anyone Aged 1... Read More