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    Understanding of Productivity Holding You Back?

    Poductivity isn’t what it used to be. Previously, most conversations about productivity were firmly rooted in office culture. In other words, the underlying assumption was that people left home every day and went to their workplace. Definitions and strategies for productivity centered on time spent at the office. Now, with social distancing in effect and […] More

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    New Focus Music

    We recently added eight new soundscapes to the Focus Sounds on the Freedom Dashboard. If you’re familiar with our sounds player and want to skip right over and check them out. The new sounds add a variety of office, library, and nature sounds to the existing coffee shop sounds: Listening to ambient sound, especially when […] More

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    Stay Focus While Studying

    S tudying is tough. Whether you’re a veteran student getting a Ph.D. or someone starting high school, figuring out how to stay focused while studying is a challenge that we all face. Whether your biggest challenge is social media, procrastination, time management, or a combination of all three, we’ve got a variety of tools and […] More

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    Dealing with Change in the New Normal

    H umans, in general, are not particularly enthusiastic about unforeseen change and uncertainty. Partly just because we’re lazy. If we’re used to doing things a certain way, it just adds something else to think about which we’d frankly rather not. But then there’s also the emotional attachment to things we don’t want to let go […] More

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    Financial Times: The US trade deficit swelled in July to the highest level since 2008

    The British “Financial Times” reported in its Friday edition that the monthly trade deficit of the United States reached its highest level since 2008 last July; In a blow to President Donald Trump’s pledge during his 2016 election campaign, the country continued to import more than it exported to reduce that number. According to data, […] More

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    Joe Biden reveals that 30 million Americans are suffering from unemployment due to Corona

    Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate in the 2020 US presidential election, said that with the ongoing pandemic of the new Coronavirus that causes “COVID 19”, more than 11 million Americans have not regained their jobs. There are 30 million who suffer from unemployment. The Democratic candidate in the US presidential election said through his official […] More

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    Job losses in the oil fields in USA due to Corona exceeded 100 thousand

    A report published today, Tuesday, said that job losses in oil fields caused by the Covid-19 pandemic exceeded 100,000 in August, even though some stalled drilling projects resumed. The report, published by the Petroleum Equipment and Services Association (PESA), added that 121,000 oilfield jobs lost in the past twelve months. Employment in the United States […] More

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    Great fears of an increase in Corona injuries during May Day celebrations in America

    Many specialists have expressed their significant concerns about the gatherings that the Labor Day celebration in America will cause, which falls on Monday. The beaches are expected to be very crowded, in addition to the gathering to friends and relatives in various places, whether inside or outside the home. Health experts indicated that the Corna […] More

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    The highest temperatures in California’s history were recorded … and 600 hectares of forest were consumed by fire

    The state of California declared a level two emergency after the outbreak of new fires, amid record high temperatures, which led to injuries, and power outages. The backup power will be used after a power plant in the state stops working, and the power transmission line from Oregon is also stopped. And Santa Monica, in […] More

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    Kamala Harris: We have two systems of justice in America … and Trump was not a “true leader”

    Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate Senator Kamala Harris said US President Donald Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr “spend an entire time in a different reality” about racism in the US justice system, saying “we have two systems of justice” for black and white Americans. The sharp rebuke from the first black woman nominated by a […] More

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    Trump nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize

    A Norwegian lawmaker nominated US President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize next year, against the backdrop of the contribution of the White House master to the conclusion of the historic normalization agreement between the UAE and Israel. Christian Tebring Jedi, a lawmaker in the Norwegian Parliament for the right-wing Progress Party, sent a […] More

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    George Washington was silent, but Trump tweets regularly

    Presidential campaigns haven’t all the time seemed how they do in 2020 – or how they did in 2016, earlier than the coronavirus pandemic modified all the pieces about conventions, political outreach, and voting. The necessities have stayed the identical – nearly any natural-born citizen over the age of 35 can run for president. However, […] More

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    North Carolina kicks off postal voting

    The American election will get to the center of the matter: North Carolina launches postal voting operations for the November Three ballot on Friday, in a marketing campaign on daily basis extra aggressive between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Considerations in regards to the unfold of the coronavirus are anticipated to push tens of hundreds […] More

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    Facebook goes on the offensive again to protect the US presidential election

    (San Francisco and New York) Fb is taking more and more stringent measures to combat disinformation forward of the US presidential election, however not more likely to change the foundation of the issue in response to many observers, particularly in a context the place Donald Trump is stepping up provocations. The newest: The president recommended […] More

  • Joe Biden presents himself as America’s unifier within the face of racism

    (Kenosha and Washington) Democratic White Home candidate Joe Biden on Thursday denounced the “underlying racism” that he stated is consuming away at the US whereas hammering out his “optimism” for the longer term after talking with Jacob Blake, a black man critically injured by police. Taking the alternative of the safety and darkish message of […] More

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    Trump calls on Iran to not execute younger wrestler

    (Washington) US President Donald Trump on Thursday known as on Iran to not execute a younger man sentenced to loss of life for, by Tehran, the homicide of an official in “riots” in 2018. In line with Mizan On-line, the official company of the Judicial Authority, Navid Afkari, introduced as a former wrestler, was discovered […] More

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    Dropped lawsuits against black man tried six times for same crime

    (Washington) US justice dropped the charges against a black man on Friday after trying him six times for the same crime in a case that illustrates to the point of caricature the evils of the United States justice system. Curtis Flowers spent 23 years in prison for a fourfold murder in a Mississippi town in […] More

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    Trump and Biden could cross paths at 9/11 commemoration

    (Wilmington) Their first debate is not scheduled until the end of September, but Donald Trump and Joe Biden could cross paths next Friday in a ceremony commemorating the attacks of September 11, 2001. The Republican President and his Democratic rival, who campaign in very different styles for the White House amid the pandemic, both planned […] More

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    Donald Trump is digging the furrow of law and order

    “Your suburb is not safe. “In a field on the edge of Highway 94 towards Waukesha, west of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the advertisement unveiled its unequivocal message in mid-August to travelers driving to this rather corner” Trumpian ‘from the Midwestern state. The campaign, led by the independent organization Lacey’s Hope Project, aims to denounce the sex […] More

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    From Kenosha, Biden promises to assault the “system”

    On the embers of chilling Kenosha, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden once again condemned the actions and words of Donald Trump which he said “give legitimacy to the dark side of the human nature, ”he said during an electoral trip to this small town in Wisconsin on Thursday. Barely two days after the visit of […] More

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    Joe Biden Raises Record $ 364.5 Million In August

    (Wilmington) Democratic White House candidate Joe Biden raised more than $ 364 million in August, breaking the monthly record in the United States despite a largely online campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The former US vice president, the Democratic Party, and their fundraising commissions raised $ 364.5 million in August, including $ 205 million […] More

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    US states must prepare to distribute vaccine by November

    Washington) Donald Trump’s government is actively preparing the large-scale distribution of a possible coronavirus vaccine by 1is November, just before the presidential election, demonstrating the frenzied race undertaken by the most affected country in the world to defeat the epidemic. The health authorities “urgently ask” that the federated states do what is necessary so that […] More

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    Washington City Hall and White House split over fate of monuments with names associated with slavery

    The mayoress of Washington returned Wednesday on a project consisting of renaming or “putting in context” several emblematic federal monuments of the American capital, in the face of the outcry caused by these recommendations deemed “grotesque” by the White House. A municipal commission had recommended renaming some fifty schools and parks in the city bearing […] More

  • 5 reasons why Pompeo failed to push the Sudanese government to normalize

    Five main reasons prevented the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, from achieving his aspirations to persuade the Sudanese government to normalize with Israel, during his visit, on Tuesday, to Khartoum, which is struggling with conditions for change, after the fall of the regime of isolated President Omar al-Bashir. The visit came within the framework of a regional tour […] More

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