Month: July 2020

Business | July 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 Militias flock to Gettysburg…

As word spread, self-proclaimed militias, bikers, skinheads and far-right groups from outside the state issued a call to action, pledging in online videos and posts to come to Gettysburg to protect the Civil War monuments and the nation’s flag from desecration. Some said they would bring firearms and use force if necessary.On Saturday afternoon, in…

Business | July 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 Trump administration, congressional Republicans eye tying school aid to reopening in next funding bill – The Washington Post

The White House and Senate Republicans are developing plans to prod schools to reopen by attaching incentives or conditions to tens of billions of dollars of new aid as part of the next coronavirus relief bill, people involved in the talks said Wednesday.The deliberations come as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) prepares to unveil…

sports | July 31, 2020

Sports Thursday Sports in Brief

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sports | July 31, 2020

Sports Friday’s Sports in Brief

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Education | July 31, 2020

Education Trump to expand surge of federal law enforcement to Chicago, Albuquerque

President Trump announced Wednesday that he is expanding a federal law enforcement operation to combat rising violence in Chicago and Albuquerque, New Mexico, saying “help is on its way” over the objections of local Democratic officials. Building on the Justice Department’s Operation Legend in Kansas City, Missouri, the president ordered a surge of federal agents…

Education | July 31, 2020

Education City backs reparations in the form of community investment

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Officials in the North Carolina city of Asheville have apologized for its historic role in slavery and discrimination and voted to provide reparations. The Asheville Citizen-Times reports that unanimous vote was taken by the City Council on Tuesday. The resolution on reparations does not require direct payments but will mandate investments in…

digital products | July 31, 2020

Digital products News Corp. CEO Robert Thomson says ‘digital denouement is looming’

News Corp CEO Robert Thomson recently cautioned that the “digital denouement is looming” when discussing tech giants such as Amazon, Facebook and Google and their role in the journalism landscape.During an American Australian Association webinar, AAA Chairman Emeritus Jennifer Nason asked Thomson why News Corp. and its founder Rupert Murdoch are advocates for journalism, “in the context of the big social media platforms and their continued publishing and not…

digital products | July 31, 2020

Digital products Tech titans Bezos, Cook, Pichai and Zuckerberg testifying before Congress: What to know

Tech CEOs from Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google will testify before Congress Wednesday as lawmakers examine the dominance of these online platforms and antitrust laws that pertain to them.Here’s what to know:When will it be? Wednesday, July 29 at 12 p.m. ET with the House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee. The hearing will be livestreamed on the Judiciary Committee’s YouTube account. Who…