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Simulation to show effects of poverty
Poverty and hunger often lead to increased emotional and financial stress, increased risk of illness, poor school performance in children and poor productivity on the job.
Trolls Struggling to Share Disinformation, Secret Chats Show
A far-right troll told others that he was immediately banned from Twitter for deliberately sharing the wrong election date, according to NBC News, which had a reporter mistakenly added to trolls' private...
Baby boy shows its never too early to learn your ABC's...
Ted is a 4mnth old baby boy who loves to learn new things. In this video he shows you it's never too early to learn the alphabet. This video makes us smile, ...
What to see and do at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show
Here are the highlights of what you won’t want to miss at this year’s Northwest Flower & Garden Show.
Tips for following-up on trade show leads
Do you have a strategy to follow-up on your trade show leads? In this post, we discuss our tips to make the most of your trade show business development.
The El Paso And Dayton Shootings Show How Disinformation Spreads On Messaging Apps
“It becomes harder and harder for us, particularly going into 2020.”
How a 60-year-old BBC radio show may be one of the only things keeping the world from nuclear war
The UK has four nuclear submarines that wait underwater for signs that their country still exists. One of these is on BBC Radio 4's "Today" program.
A customer rants. A manager brilliantly shows how to deal with it
Sometimes, you'll be faced with the impossible, as this now-viral video shows.
The show must go on and on and on, even when the music died
When Buddy Holly, J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson, Ritchie Valens and pilot Roger Peterson died in a plane crash on Feb. 3, 1959 — 60 years ago today — a
Have a blast! A guide to fireworks shows in the tri-states
Local fireworks lovers are in luck, as displays in area communities will start this weekend and extend through the Fourth of July. Here are a few of the places you
Tips to remember for Dubuque fireworks, air show
Thousands of people will descend upon Dubuque’s A.Y. McDonald Park and surrounding areas, while others will head to their favorite fireworks-viewing spots on Wednesday, July 3, for the 34th annual
This animated map shows how World War I changed Europe's borders
World War I redrew the world map and reshaped many borders in Europe.
6 Tips To Maximize Your Trade Show ROI
We’ve put together the 6 things that you need to know, and do, to make the days following your tradeshow effective.
These Confidential Charts Show Why Facebook Bought WhatsApp
The company was obsessively tracking WhatsApp and saw not just a rising competitor but a potential Facebook killer.
'Safety is top priority' for gun show vendors, visitors
BLOOMINGTON — As Champaign resident Bill Dunbar was looking over a selection of rifles at a vendor booth at Sunday’s Bloomington Gun Show at the Interstate Center, he discussed the
A look at how museums are helping show art to the blind
There are an estimated 253 million blind or visually impaired people in the world, according to the World Health Organization. These millions of people are often left out when it
These Pictures Show How Intense The Protests In Hong Kong Are
Police fired rubber bullets and used tear gas against protesters during the largest demonstrations in Hong Kong since 1997.
Little League Scandal Shows Why Baseball Is Better Viewed From Afar
From far away, you can pretend that the game is just the way you remember playing it as a child, and just the way Little League International claims it to be.
NY Times' Farhad Manjoo shows how disinformation moves from message boards through Twitter and...
NY Times' Farhad Manjoo shows how disinformation moves from message boards through Twitter and ends up on Hannity