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4 Things That Could Be Hurting Your Work-Life Balance

Recognizing some of the roadblocks to your own work-life balance is the first step in helping to get rid of them. If you recognize these in your own life, consider some ways that you can help alleviate them, or get rid of them altogether. Your decrease in stress level will be thanks enough.


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Recognizing some of the roadblocks to your own work-life balance is the first step in helping to get rid of them. If you recognize these in your own life, consider some ways that you can help alleviate them, or get rid of them altogether. Your decrease in stress level will be thanks enough.


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5 Time-Management Mistakes You Might Be Making

Even diligent time managers can benefit from a few tweaks. Correct the following five common time-management mistakes to get more from your time-management system.


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Even diligent time managers can benefit from a few tweaks. Correct the following five common time-management mistakes to get more from your time-management system.


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How to Mention Your Vacation Plans During an Interview

The easiest way to avoid a situation in which vacation plans interfere with a job prospect is to not plan a vacation while you’re hunting. But life has a way of complicating matters. So, instead of stressing, mention your vacation plans in a thoughtful, professional manner by using these tips.


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The easiest way to avoid a situation in which vacation plans interfere with a job prospect is to not plan a vacation while you’re hunting. But life has a way of complicating matters. So, instead of stressing, mention your vacation plans in a thoughtful, professional manner by using these tips.


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30 Companies Hiring for Flexible Schedule Jobs in 2018

To highlight the diversity of companies that hire for flexible schedule jobs, FlexJobs has compiled the top 30 companies hiring for flexible schedule jobs in 2018. If you're looking for a flexible job, this is a great place to start.


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To highlight the diversity of companies that hire for flexible schedule jobs, FlexJobs has compiled the top 30 companies hiring for flexible schedule jobs in 2018. If you're looking for a flexible job, this is a great place to start.


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Source: 30 Companies Hiring for Flexible Schedule Jobs in 2018

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On World Refugee Day, UN says nearly 69 million displaced

The U.S. is poised to fall short of its 2018 refugee cap, accepting a little over 14,000 refugees to the U.S. as of June 1st. CBS News' Kylie Atwood has more as the world marks World Refugee Day.
Source: On World Refugee Day, UN says nearly 69 million displaced

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Justice Dept. inspector general pressed on political bias

As a result of the Department of Justice Inspector General's report, FBI agent Peter Strzok was escorted from the building as he awaits possible disciplinary action for his anti-Trump text messages. President Trump calls the report's findings "disgraceful." CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN with more.
Source: Justice Dept. inspector general pressed on political bias

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Flint pediatrician on "red flags" of tainted water, speaking up for children

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, a pediatrician at Flint's public hospital, was the first person to scientifically prove a direct link between Flint's 2014 water switch and elevated levels of lead in local children. Hanna-Attisha joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what she chronicles in her new book, "What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City." She calls Flint a "crime scene" and says the city has PTSD from the water disaster.
Source: Flint pediatrician on "red flags" of tainted water, speaking up for children

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Bremmer: Trump threw Starbursts on table, told Merkel "Don't say I never give you anything"

In this excerpt of his conversation on "CBS This Morning," Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor Ian Bremmer discusses the iconic picture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other G7 leaders surrounding President Trump, who is sitting with his arms crossed.
Source: Bremmer: Trump threw Starbursts on table, told Merkel "Don't say I never give you anything"

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Trump's strained relationship with Angela Merkel and G7 leaders

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is rejecting President Trump's use of outdated German crime numbers to justify his controversial "zero tolerance" immigration policy. The president claimed on Twitter Tuesday that crime in Germany was up more than 10 percent "since migrants were accepted." The latest figures show that crime rate actually fell last year. Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor Ian Bremmer joins "CBS This Morning" from Tokyo to discuss how the president's false claims are part of a growing list of issues between Mr. Trump and some of America's closest allies.
Source: Trump's strained relationship with Angela Merkel and G7 leaders

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Bill Ford talks self-driving cars, Trump's steel tariffs

Ford wants to define the future of self-driving cars in the city where the company had its humble beginnings. Executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. just laid out plans to turn a century-old Detroit train station into its new hub for autonomous and electric vehicles. Only on "CBS This Morning," the great-grandson of company founder Henry Ford shares the future of self-driving technology, his take on Trump administration tariffs, and competition from Silicon Valley.
Source: Bill Ford talks self-driving cars, Trump's steel tariffs

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Sen. Lankford: Families should stay together as "default" in immigration legislation

Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma is one of 13 Republican senators asking the Justice Department to pause the separation of families at the border while Congress works on a solution. Only on "CBS This Morning," Lankford discusses his conversation with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and why MS-13 is a separate issue from families crossing the border illegally.
Source: Sen. Lankford: Families should stay together as "default" in immigration legislation

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Eye Opener at 8: Flash flooding warning in Texas

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Source: Eye Opener at 8: Flash flooding warning in Texas

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CGI models are taking over more than just your social media

Many things you see online are not what they appear to be. Some influencers you find on social media feeds are not real people. In a growing trend, some of these computer-generated influencers have more than one million followers each. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Source: CGI models are taking over more than just your social media

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Florida lawmakers denied entry at detention center for undocumented children

The number of undocumented children held in federal detention centers is growing. The Department of Health and Human Services says nearly 12,000 minors are living in its network of shelters right now. The majority tried to cross the border of their own, but an increasing number were forcibly separated from their famiies. Adriana Diaz reports on how two Florida lawmakers were turned away at a detention facility.
Source: Florida lawmakers denied entry at detention center for undocumented children

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American student beaten, dragged and detained in Vietnam

A video appears to show William Nguyen, an American graduate student who was arrested in Vietnam last week, saying he regrets breaking the law. The 32-year-old was beaten and dragged before he was detained in the middle of demonstrations over a proposed economic zone law. Ben Tracy reports.
Source: American student beaten, dragged and detained in Vietnam

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Heavy rains prompt flash flooding warning in Texas

Heavy rain and flash flooding are causing major problems in Texas. More than a foot of rain fell Tuesday, flooding roads and forcing water rescues. Courtney Zubowski reports from Corpus Christi.
Source: Heavy rains prompt flash flooding warning in Texas

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TSA to inspect powder products on carry-on bags

Air travelers face a new level of attention at airport checkpoints. The TSA will now inspect passengers' carry-on bags for powdered material, anything from cosmetics to drink mixes. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Source: TSA to inspect powder products on carry-on bags

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FBI agent Peter Strzok under scrutiny for politically-charged texts

FBI agent Peter Strzok was marched out of the bureau's offices on Friday after an inspector general's report revealed more anti-Trump text messages that Strzok sent while working on the Hillary Clinton email probe. Paula Reid reports.
Source: FBI agent Peter Strzok under scrutiny for politically-charged texts

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Trump huddles with GOP lawmakers as border policy outrage grows

Lawmakers are scrambling to end the Trump administration's controversial policy of separating children from parents who try to enter the U.S. illegally. A bipartisan group of senators is expected to meet Wednesday to come up with a plan to reunite families along the southern border. Ed O'Keefe reports.
Source: Trump huddles with GOP lawmakers as border policy outrage grows

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BAE Systems Will Make Marines' New Wheeled Amphibious Combat Vehicle

The Marine Corps announced today that BAE Systems will make the service's brand-new amphibious combat vehicle.

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Source: BAE Systems Will Make Marines' New Wheeled Amphibious Combat Vehicle

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NASA to Host Media Teleconference on National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Report

NASA will host a media teleconference at 1 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 20, to discuss a new report detailing U.S. plans for near-Earth objects (NEOs) that could pose a hazard to Earth.
Source: NASA to Host Media Teleconference on National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Report

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Trump meets with lawmakers as criticism grows of administration's policies

President Trump headed to Capitol Hill Tuesday to meet with Republicans on their plans for immigration reform. The meeting comes as criticism against the administration's immigration policies grows. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins CBSN to discuss.
Source: Trump meets with lawmakers as criticism grows of administration's policies

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Trump endorses competing House GOP immigration plans

President Trump met with House Republicans Tuesday after he spent the day defending his administration's "zero tolerance" policy of separating children from their families at the border. CBSN political contributor Molly Hooper joins "Red & Blue" to discuss the meeting on Capitol Hill.
Source: Trump endorses competing House GOP immigration plans

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"48 Hours: NCIS": Deadly Lies

Did a duplicitous online love affair between two people who never met lead to an innocent Marine being murdered?
Source: "48 Hours: NCIS": Deadly Lies

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Gov. Cuomo recommends legalizing recreational marijuana ahead of primary

New York's primaries for the U.S. House and Senate are just one week away, while New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will face off against actress Cynthia Nixon in September.  Politico New York's Laura Nahmias spoke to Elaine Quijano on CBSN's "Red & Blue" about next week's races to watch, and how Cuomo recently signaled he would support legalized marijuana less than a year after calling marijuana a "gateway drug."
Source: Gov. Cuomo recommends legalizing recreational marijuana ahead of primary

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Trump hoping for summit with Russia: Report

President Trump is pushing for better relations with Russia by reportedly proposing a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. John Hudson, a national security reporter for The Washington Post, reports that Mr. Trump is hoping to have a summit with Russia similar to the recent meeting with Kim Jong Un. Hudson joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what it could look like, why the president wants it and if it will happen.
Source: Trump hoping for summit with Russia: Report

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6/19/18: Red and Blue

Lawmakers discuss immigration policy; Trump threatens China with more tariffs
Source: 6/19/18: Red and Blue

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Border Patrol agents say they're being treated unfairly during national immigration controversy

CBS News correspondent David Begnaud rode along with a group of Border Patrol agents in Texas' Rio Grande Valley sector, one of the busiest crossing areas for undocumented immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico border. One of the agents told Begnaud that they feel they are being treated unfairly in the U.S.'s ongoing national conversation about immigration, saying "we all have a heart, but at the end of the day we have to do our job."
Source: Border Patrol agents say they're being treated unfairly during national immigration controversy

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Getty photographer talks about iconic photo of young girl crying at border

John Moore, who has been documenting immigration from Central America since the end of the Bush administration, is the Getty photographer who took the photo of the 2-year-old crying Honduran girl that has become the face of the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy. Moore joins CBSN to discuss the photo and the emotional toll of covering these situations.
Source: Getty photographer talks about iconic photo of young girl crying at border

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6/19/18: CBSN Evening News

President Trump stays defiant on immigration; lobbyists pay-to-play with state prosecutors
Source: 6/19/18: CBSN Evening News

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Twins killed together on D-Day finally buried together

Seventy-four years ago, twins Henry and Louie Piper served on the same ship during World War II. Both were killed in combat, but only Louie's body was found until now. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Mark Phillips has their story.
Source: Twins killed together on D-Day finally buried together

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Toddler climbs pool safety ladder in viral video

A father from Massachusetts is using a video of his 2-year-old son to show how dangerous pools can be. The toddler is seen climbing a safety ladder designed to keep him safe. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner explains.
Source: Toddler climbs pool safety ladder in viral video

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Lobbyists donate thousands for access to state attorneys general at lavish retreat

State attorneys general are the top law enforcement officials in each state.That power has gotten the attention of lobbyists, who at one lavish retreat gave large donations for access to AGs. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports.
Source: Lobbyists donate thousands for access to state attorneys general at lavish retreat

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FBI agent Peter Strzok escorted from building ahead of possible disciplinary action

FBI agent Peter Strzok was escorted from the FBI building as he awaits possible disciplinary action over anti-Trump text messages. It comes after House Republicans grilled the Justice Department inspector general over those messages. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid explains.
Source: FBI agent Peter Strzok escorted from building ahead of possible disciplinary action

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On the ground with Border Patrol agents detaining undocumented immigrants

CBS News went along with Customs and Border Patrol agents as they encountered newly arrived undocumented immigrants. There were children with their parents who taken to a processing facility. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud was there.
Source: On the ground with Border Patrol agents detaining undocumented immigrants

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