The Internet is a powerful amplifier that can be used to spread positivity or negativity. The code says kids can take the high road by applying the concept of “treat others as you would like to be treated” to their actions online, creating positive impact for others and disempowering bullying behaviour, set an example and use the power of the Internet to spread positivity. … [Read more...] about New cyber attack tricks pose fresh challenge to parenting
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While the virus hasn’t put U.S. citizens in immediate danger, according to the CDC, the government has taken “unprecedented steps” in preparing for a potential outbreak by setting up quarantine areas at military bases throughout the U.S. and upholding travel restrictions. (RELATED: National Institutes Of Health’s Infectious Diseases Chief: Coronavirus ‘On The Verge’ Of Becoming Pandemic) … [Read more...] about Here’s How The U.S. Is Preparing For A Potential Coronavirus Outbreak
Francisco Monaldi, a Venezuelan oil expert at Rice University in Houston, said the latest actions should send a chill through companies in Spain, China and elsewhere that continue to partner with state-run oil monopoly PDVSA. It could also foretell the ending of a special license for Chevron that has so far exempted the San Ramon, California-based company from having to pull out of the country, where it’s a partner in joint ventures with PDVSA that produce about a quarter of the OPEC nation’s total production. … [Read more...] about Ending Putin’s support of Venezuela no easy feat for US
At Pour Bistro in Atlanta, Ossoff was introduced by a supporter as “the Ayatollah of the Sixth District,” and he appeared to hold back a grimace. “Hopefully that won’t become a famous moment,” he told the crowd, which laughed in response — perhaps not quite as worried about that as Ossoff is. He wove through his stump speech, which I heard over and over again as I followed him throughout the district to well-attended house parties where supporters sipped beer and La Croix: born in North DeKalb County, by the Northlake Mall; went to Georgetown; learned on Capitol Hill how D.C. both works and doesn’t work. He hadn’t thought he’d get back into politics — that is, “until November,” a line that sometimes draws laughs and other times sober silence. “What we learned in November, I think more important than our views about any candidate or any party, is that there’s a real loss of faith in this country in the … [Read more...] about Can Anti-Trump Fury Help a 30-Year-Old Democrat Win Gingrich’s Old Seat?