Month: March 2020

Business | March 31, 2020

How to make money online home business how to make money online for beginners how to make money online for free real ways to make money from home make money from home online ideas to make money from home How Fighting The NCAA Became A Bipartisan Sport

I don’t get calls from congresspeople every day,” says Jay Bilas. The former Duke University basketball player turned lawyer and ESPN talking head is better known for his commentary during games than his involvement in politics. But in the spring of 2018, Mark Walker, a Republican congressman representing North Carolina’s 6th District, wanted to pick…

Business | March 31, 2020

How to make money online home business how to make money online for beginners how to make money online for free real ways to make money from home make money from home online ideas to make money from home How you can help during the coronavirus outbreak – The Washington Post

The coronavirus pandemic has now reached every U.S. state. In addition to posing public health challenges, the outbreak has prompted mass closures of schools and businesses and is straining resources. Here are ways to help in your community. How to help nonprofits Local and national nonprofits are struggling to meet clients’ needs as the coronavirus…

sports | March 31, 2020

Sports FOX Sports North participates in 5th annual pro sports plunge

Video Details Mar 8, 2020 at 5:16p ET | FOX Sports North | Duration: 3:11 FOX Sports NorthMinnesota Timberwolves Our crew at FOX Sports North had a wonderful time supporting Special Olympics Minnesota in the fifth annual pro sports plunge. More Videos » Help | Press | Advertise With Us | Jobs | FOX Cincy |…

sports | March 31, 2020

Sports Friday Sports in Brief

NCAA Players ejected from games for targeting will be allowed to remain in the bench area and replay reviews will be limited to two minutes if proposals by the NCAA football rules committee are passed. The committee wrapped up several days of meetings in Indianapolis on Friday by issuing its recommendations. In an effort to…

Education | March 31, 2020

Education Ivy Tech to debut program for students with Down syndrome – Washington Times

SELLERSBURG, Ind. (AP) – Ivy Tech Community College is preparing to test a pilot program at one of its southern Indiana campuses that will provide post-secondary education for students with Down syndrome. The Ivy Power program, set to begin this fall at the college’s Sellersburg campus, will offer a two-year course of individualized studies and…

Education | March 31, 2020

Education Maryland businesses hail defeat of broad services tax – Washington Times

Maryland business groups celebrated a major victory Thursday after a House of Delegates subcommittee voted unanimously to kill a proposed new tax that would have raised prices for professional service providers including hairdressers, real estate agents, architects and lobbyists. The bill, which sparked an intense lobbying battle, proposed slapping a new 5% sales tax on…

digital products | March 31, 2020

Digital products WFH free tools, blocked number IDs, converting VHS and more: Tech Q&A

(Kim Komando answers all of your tech questions. (iStock))Each week, I receive tons of questions from my listeners about tech concerns, new products and all things digital.Sometimes, choosing the most interesting questions to highlight is the best part of my job.This week, I received questions about changing ringtones, identifying anonymous phone numbers, how to find…

digital products | March 31, 2020

Digital products Coronavirus tweets, free tech help, Spotify millionaires and more: Tech Q&A

Each week, I receive tons of questions from my listeners about tech concerns, new products and all things digital.Sometimes, choosing the most interesting questions to highlight is the best part of my job. This week, I received questions about coronavirus news on Twitter, making money on Spotify, finding free copies of Microsoft Office and more.Do…