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Why It’s Not Always Smart to Avoid Checking Email in the Morning

It has become a common recommendation to avoid checking email first thing when you roll out of bed. Yet whether you’re conducting a job search, running your own business, or reporting to a boss, there are some compelling reasons to do just the opposite. Here's why you may want to check your inbox first thing.


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It has become a common recommendation to avoid checking email first thing when you roll out of bed. Yet whether you’re conducting a job search, running your own business, or reporting to a boss, there are some compelling reasons to do just the opposite. Here's why you may want to check your inbox first thing.


The post Why It’s Not Always Smart to Avoid Checking Email in the Morning appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: Why It’s Not Always Smart to Avoid Checking Email in the Morning

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High-Paying Gig Jobs, Top Employers Hiring for Part-time Jobs, and More News!

If you’re in the market for a part-time, remote job, looking for a side hustle that pays well, or want to discover what your fellow job seekers really want in their jobs, this week’s news roundup has all the answers!


The post High-Paying Gig Jobs, Top Employers Hiring for Part-time Jobs, and More News! appeared first on FlexJobs.




If you’re in the market for a part-time, remote job, looking for a side hustle that pays well, or want to discover what your fellow job seekers really want in their jobs, this week’s news roundup has all the answers!


The post High-Paying Gig Jobs, Top Employers Hiring for Part-time Jobs, and More News! appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: High-Paying Gig Jobs, Top Employers Hiring for Part-time Jobs, and More News!

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Can Working from Home Increase Your Tax Bill?

For home-based workers whose employers are in another state, there may be a big issue: a significantly higher tax bill. Here's are factors that may increase your tax bill as a home-based worker, and some ways that working from home can save you money.


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For home-based workers whose employers are in another state, there may be a big issue: a significantly higher tax bill. Here's are factors that may increase your tax bill as a home-based worker, and some ways that working from home can save you money.


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Source: Can Working from Home Increase Your Tax Bill?

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Joel Sartore on wild cats: Felines that lurk in the shadows

The National Geographic photographer on cats that are difficult to capture on film
Source: Joel Sartore on wild cats: Felines that lurk in the shadows

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Remembering 1968: The birth of Intel

The creation of the memory chip and microprocessor company that became a Silicon Valley giant helped forge a new era of fast, cheap, ubiquitous electronics
Source: Remembering 1968: The birth of Intel

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Remembering 1968: How Intel was born

Fifty years ago this week, two middle-aged engineers quit their jobs to start a new company called Intel. David Pogue explores how Gordon Moore and Bob Noyce (co-inventor of the integrated circuit) established a Silicon Valley giant ushered in an era of fast, cheap, ubiquitous electronics, and which is still breaking new ground.
Source: Remembering 1968: How Intel was born

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WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...Out of Aleppo
« on: Today at 08:00:05 »
Out of Aleppo

Mohammad Shasho's family left Aleppo in 2013, telling their children they were taking a prolonged vacation. That "vacation" was an evacuation prompted by Syria's eight-year-old civil war, and it became a permanent exile. In a film produced by ByKids, we see the Syrian crisis through the eyes of a young refugee filmmaker.
Source: Out of Aleppo

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Officials and press react to the Vertetis trial

Morris County Prosecutor Fred Knapp and crime reporter Peggy Wright discuss their views on the Virginia Vertetis case.
Source: Officials and press react to the Vertetis trial

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WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...Moment of Truth
« on: Yesterday at 23:00:14 »
Moment of Truth

A daughter hears her father's last words -- he was a former NYPD officer and bodyguard to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt -- can she help convict his killer? "48 Hours correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
Source: Moment of Truth

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WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...Trump on his family history
« on: Yesterday at 23:00:14 »
Trump on his family history

President Trump’s grandfather on his father’s side was from Germany. The President’s mother was from Scotland. Before Mr. Trump headed to his summit this week with Vladmir Putin, he spent some time with “CBS Evening News” anchor Jeff Glor at his golf club in his mother’s homeland.
Source: Trump on his family history

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Professional athletes Morgan Beck Miller and Bode Miller mourn their baby's death by drowning

Professional volleyball player Morgan Beck Miller, the wife of Olympic skier Bode Miller, spoke out this week about the death of their baby daughter last month in a neighbor's pool. In an emotional instagram post, she said she prays that "no other parent feels this pain." Jericka Duncan reports.
Source: Professional athletes Morgan Beck Miller and Bode Miller mourn their baby's death by drowning

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Hawaii's Kilauea volcano could erupt for two years, USGS says

A new report from the U.S. Geological Survey says the eruption of Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano could last as long as two years. This week, it unleashed a lava bomb on a tour boat. Carter Evans reports.
Source: Hawaii's Kilauea volcano could erupt for two years, USGS says

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Manhunt underway for suspect who killed Houston doctor

A manhunt is underway for the suspect who fatally shot a well-known cardiologist in Houston while he was biking to work. Dr. Mark Hausknecht once treated President George H. W. Bush for an irregular heartbeat. Kenneth Craig reports.
Source: Manhunt underway for suspect who killed Houston doctor

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President Trump blasts Michael Cohen on Twitter

President Trump tweeted Saturday "your favorite President did nothing wrong" as he blasted his former attorney Michael Cohen for secretly recording at least one of their conversations. Cohen is under a federal investigation. Errol Barnett reports.
Source: President Trump blasts Michael Cohen on Twitter

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Victims of fatal duck boat accident identified

Officials have released the names of the 17 victims killed when a tour boat capsized near Branson, Missouri. The accident happened as winds approached hurricane strength. Omar Villafranca reports.
Source: Victims of fatal duck boat accident identified

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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Saturday, July 21, 2018

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Reena Ninan.
Source: "CBS Evening News" headlines for Saturday, July 21, 2018

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WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...7/21: CBS Evening News
« on: Yesterday at 23:00:14 »
7/21: CBS Evening News

Victims of fatal duck boat accident identified; Trump on his family history
Source: 7/21: CBS Evening News

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Russian hacking "exceptionally capable and sophisticated" warns Brennan

Then-CIA Director John Brennan joined John Dickerson on "Face the Nation" for the September 11, 2016 broadcast. Brennan warned the U.S. needed to "be on guard for" Russian hacking.
Source: Russian hacking "exceptionally capable and sophisticated" warns Brennan

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Nelson Mandela's granddaughter on her grandfather's letters from prison

"The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela" gives the public a look into the personal correspondences of the anti-apartheid revolutionary while he spent 27 years in prison. His granddaughter, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela, joined CBSN to discuss the letters and her grandfather's legacy.
Source: Nelson Mandela's granddaughter on her grandfather's letters from prison

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Was it legal for Cohen to tape conversation with Trump?

President Trump on Twitter Saturday morning suggested it might be illegal for a lawyer to record his client. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman explains the legal questions surrounding such a recording.
Source: Was it legal for Cohen to tape conversation with Trump?

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Sanders "absolutely outraged" by Trump's "behavior in Helsinki"

"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan spoke with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and rising Democratic star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as they campaigned in Kansas.
Source: Sanders "absolutely outraged" by Trump's "behavior in Helsinki"

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The Go-Go's perform "Our Lips Are Sealed"

One of the most successful all-female bands in rock 'n' roll history, the Go-Go's have added another credit to their long resume: Their songs are featured in a new Broadway musical, "Head Over Heels." Recently four of the band's members – Charlotte Caffey, Belinda Carlisle, Kathy Valentine and Jane Wiedlin – surprised a preview audience at the Hudson Theatre in New York by taking to the stage and bringing the curtain down with a rousing rendition of "Our Lips Are Sealed."
Source: The Go-Go's perform "Our Lips Are Sealed"

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Saturday Sessions: Houndmouth performs "Modern Love"

Matt Myers, Shane Cody and Zak Appleby started playing together in New Albany, Indiana, six years ago. Soon they were booking hot spots in nearby Louisville, Kentucky, and wowing crowds at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. Their third album, “Golden Age,” hits stores on August 3.
Source: Saturday Sessions: Houndmouth performs "Modern Love"

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Saturday Sessions: Houndmouth performs "Waiting for the Night"

Matt Myers, Shane Cody and Zak Appleby started playing together in New Albany, Indiana, six years ago. Soon they were booking hot spots in nearby Louisville, Kentucky, and wowing crowds at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. Their third album, “Golden Age,” hits stores on August 3.
Source: Saturday Sessions: Houndmouth performs "Waiting for the Night"

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Saturday Sessions: Houndmouth performs "This Party"

Matt Myers, Shane Cody and Zak Appleby started playing together in New Albany, Indiana, six years ago. Soon they were booking hot spots in nearby Louisville, Kentucky, and wowing crowds at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. Their third album, “Golden Age,” hits stores on August 3.
Source: Saturday Sessions: Houndmouth performs "This Party"

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The Dish: Boston chef Kevin O'Donnell

Rhode Island native Kevin O'Donnell attended the famed Johnson and Wales Culinary Institute before heading off to Italy for a cooking internship. While there, he met fellow chef Michael Lombardi and the two became fast friends as well as cooking collaborators. The pair went on to work at the same restaurant kitchens in Italy, France and New York, before heading back to their native New England. Last year in Boston's South End, they opened their dream restaurant, SRV, specializing in the regional food of the city of Venice.
Source: The Dish: Boston chef Kevin O'Donnell

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Man mows lawns across America for those in need

Most people look at mowing the lawn as a chore, but one young man sees it as an opportunity to help people in need and empower young people along the way. Michelle Miller reports.
Source: Man mows lawns across America for those in need

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Relax and restore: 5 "wellness" destinations to consider for your next trip

A new category of travel is on the rise. "Wellness travel" focuses on health and restoration – time away to detox, de-stress, and improve your sense of wellbeing.  According to a recent TripAdvisor survey, 25 percent of those planning vacations said they're looking to take a "wellness trip" in the next 12 months. TripAdvisor’s Elizabeth Monahan joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss some of the top welless destinations.
Source: Relax and restore: 5 "wellness" destinations to consider for your next trip

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Philadelphia church saves souls through sports

About a dozen years ago, a Philadelphia church thought athletics could be a form of outreach to young people. They had no idea how successful their effort would be. James Brown reports.
Source: Philadelphia church saves souls through sports

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Branson mayor says it's "too early" to make a call on banning duck boats

Branson, Missouri mayor Karen Best joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Branson to discuss her community's response to the deaths of 17 people after a tourist boat capsized and sank on Thursday, Branson's reputation for embracing strangers and why she's not ready to say whether duck boats should be banned or not.
Source: Branson mayor says it's "too early" to make a call on banning duck boats

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Concerns over how drones could threaten national security

Drones have come a long way over the last decade, but the technology in the wrong hands could be used to spy on us, threaten our infrastructure and even target civilians. DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen warned of the dangers this month in a Washington Post op-ed. Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss concerns over how even commercially available drones could pose a national security threat.
Source: Concerns over how drones could threaten national security

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Why are urgent care clinics over-prescribing antibiotics?

Antibiotics can be highly effective but over-prescribing and mis-prescribing the drugs has created a public health problem. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss research analyzing and comparing the antibiotic prescribing rates of various medical outlets and the rising rates of heart attack during pregnancy.
Source: Why are urgent care clinics over-prescribing antibiotics?

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What legal questions does Michael Cohen's Trump recording raise?

Amber Phillips, who writes about politics for the Washington Post, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the revelation that President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen secretly recorded him discussing payments to a former Playboy model and the continuing fallout from the Helsinki summit earlier this week.
Source: What legal questions does Michael Cohen's Trump recording raise?

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White House stays silent on secret tape of Trump discussing payments

A secret recording of President Trump made by his former personal lawyer appears to undercut the president's denial of payments to a former Playboy model. Michael Cohen taped a conversation with the president about a payment to the woman a few months before the 2016 election. Errol Barnett reports.
Source: White House stays silent on secret tape of Trump discussing payments

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Branson bands together in wake of duck boat tragedy

All but the two crew members who were on the duck boat that sank in Branson, Missouri, with 31 people on board were tourists. But Branson is a town where in some ways there are no strangers. Dana Jacboson reports.
Source: Branson bands together in wake of duck boat tragedy

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