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Family separations spark condemnation from Republicans

There's growing outrage over the separation of children from parents who illegally cross the border into the U.S. That includes condemnation from Republicans and all four living former first ladies. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
Source: Family separations spark condemnation from Republicans

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Growing fears at Mexican border over family separations

On the other side of the U.S. border in Mexico, some people hoping to cross into the U.S. say they're now afraid to cross over fears they'll be separated from their families. That includes one woman who lost most of her family to cartel violence. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal reports.
Source: Growing fears at Mexican border over family separations

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Inside a facility holding illegal immigrants

CBS News correspondent David Begnaud got a look inside a facility where illegal immigrants are being kept. He says he saw cages where men, women and children were kept.
Source: Inside a facility holding illegal immigrants

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CBS poll: Majority of Americans call separating children from parents "unacceptable"

In a new CBS News poll out Monday, 67 percent of Americans call separating children from parents unacceptable. That includes 90 percent of Democrats, while Republicans are split on the issue.
Source: CBS poll: Majority of Americans call separating children from parents "unacceptable"

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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, June 18, 2018

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Jeff Glor.
Source: "CBS Evening News" headlines for Monday, June 18, 2018

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"Gaming disorder" a real mental health problem, WHO says

Compulsive video game playing is a real mental health condition that may require intervention and treatment, according to the World Health Organization. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports.
Source: "Gaming disorder" a real mental health problem, WHO says

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"Gaming disorder" recognized as a mental health condition

The World Health Organization has confirmed it's decision on whether or not compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a mental disorder
Source: "Gaming disorder" recognized as a mental health condition

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10 Signs It’s Time to Quit Your Job

How do you know when you've reached the point where it's time to quit your job? Before you make a decision, check out these telltale signs.


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How do you know when you've reached the point where it's time to quit your job? Before you make a decision, check out these telltale signs.


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Source: 10 Signs It’s Time to Quit Your Job

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How to Start an Email in 3 Different Situations

The first line of an email provides an initial impression and may even make or break your chance of receiving a reply. Whether you're a job seeker or currently employed, we've got a few scenarios to help you start an email in the most effective way.


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The first line of an email provides an initial impression and may even make or break your chance of receiving a reply. Whether you're a job seeker or currently employed, we've got a few scenarios to help you start an email in the most effective way.


The post How to Start an Email in 3 Different Situations appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: How to Start an Email in 3 Different Situations

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8 Companies with Remote Editing Jobs You Can Do from Anywhere

Most editorial work requires just a computer, Internet access, and a quiet place to work. And there are several companies that offer remote editing jobs. Check out these eight!


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Most editorial work requires just a computer, Internet access, and a quiet place to work. And there are several companies that offer remote editing jobs. Check out these eight!


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Source: 8 Companies with Remote Editing Jobs You Can Do from Anywhere

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Six Figure Remote Jobs, an Amazon Job Scam to Avoid, and More News!

This week’s news roundup shows that you can make a comparable (or better!) salary working remotely (there are six-figure remote jobs out there!), alerts you about a new Amazon job scam to avoid, and offers tips on being able to keep the connection to your colleagues no matter where you work.


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This week’s news roundup shows that you can make a comparable (or better!) salary working remotely (there are six-figure remote jobs out there!), alerts you about a new Amazon job scam to avoid, and offers tips on being able to keep the connection to your colleagues no matter where you work.


The post Six Figure Remote Jobs, an Amazon Job Scam to Avoid, and More News! appeared first on FlexJobs.


Source: Six Figure Remote Jobs, an Amazon Job Scam to Avoid, and More News!

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NASA, NSF Plunge Into Ocean ‘Twilight Zone’ to Explore Ecosystem Carbon Flow

A large multidisciplinary team of scientists, equipped with advanced underwater robotics and an array of analytical instrumentation, will set sail for the northeastern Pacific Ocean this August.
Source: NASA, NSF Plunge Into Ocean ‘Twilight Zone’ to Explore Ecosystem Carbon Flow

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Brooklyn Students to Link Up with NASA Astronauts on Space Station

Students from Brooklyn, New York, will have the opportunity to talk with astronauts on the International Space Station this week as part of NASA’s Year of Education on Station.
Source: Brooklyn Students to Link Up with NASA Astronauts on Space Station

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Commentary: It’s time to make parental leave a priority for everyone

While families across the country spent Sunday celebrating dad, a new study finds nearly 90 million children live in countries where their fathers are not entitled by law to a single day of paid paternity leave. This includes the U.S., where federal law only requires companies with 50 or more employees to give new parents 12 weeks of job-protected leave. In her latest commentary, CBSN political contributor Lynda Tran spoke about the need for new parental leave laws.
Source: Commentary: It’s time to make parental leave a priority for everyone

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Trump blames Democrats for nation's immigration problems

During a meeting with the National Space Council at the White House on Monday, President Trump once again placed blame on Democrats for the country's immigration problems.
Source: Trump blames Democrats for nation's immigration problems

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CBS station finds wasteful spending in Florida after Hurricane Irma

An investigation by CBS Miami station WFOR-TV has uncovered millions of dollars in wasteful spending after Hurricane Irma. Before the 2017 storm, companies were ready to remove debris at rates that had been reached through competitive bidding. After the storm hit the Florida Keys, Gov. Rick Scott went in a different direction. WFOR-TV's Jim DeFede reports.
Source: CBS station finds wasteful spending in Florida after Hurricane Irma

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Excessive video gaming could impact mental health

The World Health Organization said Monday that compulsively playing video games  qualifies as a mental health condition, urging governments, families and health care workers to be more vigilant about the risks.
Source: Excessive video gaming could impact mental health

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5-year-old boy knocks over statue that costs over $100,000

Video shows a 5-year-old knocking over a statue at an exhibit in Kansas. His mom says it was an accident, but someone has to pay for the $132,000 statue.
Source: 5-year-old boy knocks over statue that costs over $100,000

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Sessions: "We do not want to separate parents from their children"

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said despite the administration's "zero tolerance" policy, the Trump White House doesn't "want to separate parents from their children." CBS News correspondents Paula Reid, David Begnaud and Maria Villareal join CBSN with more on the policy which has sparked widespread outcry over the handling of children at the border, and
Source: Sessions: "We do not want to separate parents from their children"

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Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen comments on immigration crisis at border

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen speaks about the immigration crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border and children being separated from their parents. She insists that it is not part of the administration's policy.
Source: Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen comments on immigration crisis at border

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WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...Earthquake kills 3 in Japan
« on: Mon Jun 18, 2018 - 14:00:11 »
Earthquake kills 3 in Japan

Officials say more than 300 others were left injured when the 6.1 Magnitude temblor rattled the Osaka region on Monday morning
Source: Earthquake kills 3 in Japan

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"Systemic collapse" in Central America fuels crisis at U.S. border

There is growing outrage at the Trump administration's policy of pursuing criminal prosecutions against all immigrants who cross into the U.S. illegally and separating more than 1,900 children from their parents at the border. CBS News correspondent Alex Wagner joins CBSN to discuss what she saw at the border and the effects of the policy on young children who are detained.
Source: "Systemic collapse" in Central America fuels crisis at U.S. border

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Gayle King: "I think you gotta be a human being" to empathize with families being separated at border

The "zero tolerance" policy at the U.S.-Mexico border is sparking major backlash over migrant children being separated from their families. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King joins CBSN from a border facility in McAllen, Texas to discuss what is happening on the ground.
Source: Gayle King: "I think you gotta be a human being" to empathize with families being separated at border

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Breaking down the basics of "F.I.R.E." for retirement planning

The concept of "F.I.R.E." or financial independence and retiring early has gained heat in the financial industry. More people are carefully crafting their spending and savings so they can stop working sooner. Yahoo Finance reporter Jeanine Ahn joins CBSN to break down the basics.
Source: Breaking down the basics of "F.I.R.E." for retirement planning

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Gayle King on undocumented families arriving at U.S. border

Gayle King joins "CBS This Morning" from McAllen, Texas, to discuss her reporting and the controversy surrounding the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy that separates undocumented children from their parents.
Source: Gayle King on undocumented families arriving at U.S. border

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Abraham Lincoln's prized possessions in peril

A large number of President Abraham Lincoln’s personal possessions have survived more than 150 years after his death. Many items are on display at the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Illinois. Adriana Diaz reports on how the artifacts could go to the highest bidder.
Source: Abraham Lincoln's prized possessions in peril

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U.S. NATO envoy takes "an earful" from allies for Trump

The U.S. Ambassador to NATO, Kay Bailey Hutchinson, tells CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer that many U.S. partners "disagree" with the Trump administration's policies and actions, "and they vent sometimes."
Source: U.S. NATO envoy takes "an earful" from allies for Trump

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"Yes We (Still) Can": Dan Pfeiffer on lessons for Democrats, family separation at border

One of former President Barack Obama's longest-serving advisers is offering his strategy to help Democrats retake the White House. Dan Pfeiffer, communications director for the 2008 Obama campaign, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the controversy surrounding the Trump administration's policy to separate migrant families at the border, and Pfeiffer's new book, "Yes We (Still) Can: Politics in the Age of Obama, Twitter, and Trump."
Source: "Yes We (Still) Can": Dan Pfeiffer on lessons for Democrats, family separation at border

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People don’t trust social media -- and that's hurting businesses

Internet users expect brands -- not just platforms -- to take an active role in fixing social media
Source: People don’t trust social media -- and that's hurting businesses

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Home of giant sequoia trees reopens to public

Some of the trees in Yosemite's Mariposa Grove have been growing for close to 2,000 years -- some of the oldest living things on Earth
Source: Home of giant sequoia trees reopens to public

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WPC Politics Forum / CBSvideo...The Whistleblower, Donald Sutherland
« on: Mon Jun 18, 2018 - 05:00:25 »
The Whistleblower, Donald Sutherland

An ex-DEA agent says the opioid crisis has been fueled by the drug industry and Congress; and, the long, unconventional career of Donald Sutherland
Source: The Whistleblower, Donald Sutherland

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Inside look at Border Patrol facility in McAllen, Texas

CBS News correspondent David Begnaud was among the journalists who got a tour Sunday of the McAllen, Texas, processing center used by the U.S. Border Patrol. Officials are holding children and adults there after arresting them at the border. Images have been provided by the Customs and Border Protection.
Source: Inside look at Border Patrol facility in McAllen, Texas

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Round 1 of World Cup underway in Russia

The first round of the World Cup is underway in Russia and there have already been several surprises. Mexico defeated Germany 1-0 and Switzerland tied with Brazil in their match. BBC News sports reporter Olly Foster reports from Moscow.
Source: Round 1 of World Cup underway in Russia

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The long, unconventional career of Donald Sutherland

Donald Sutherland has appeared in more than 150 films and TV shows, and at 82 years old, remains one of the hardest working actors in show business. Anderson Cooper reports.
Source: The long, unconventional career of Donald Sutherland

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Ex-DEA agent: Opioid crisis fueled by drug industry and Congress

Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities -- knowing that people were dying -- and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA's efforts to stop it. Bill Whitaker reports.
Source: Ex-DEA agent: Opioid crisis fueled by drug industry and Congress

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