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The Ordinary Taxpayer’s Guide To The Extraordinary Story Of Trump’s Tax Returns

No matter how many times I’ve been asked today to offer my “take” on the returns, I can’t give a more honest answer than, “I haven’t seen the returns.”

Disputed Immigration Policy On Foreign Students Uses Flawed Report

A new rule likely to discourage new international students uses a flawed government report on visa overstays, according to an analysis.

9 Soft Skills Every Employee Will Need In The Age Of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning systems are becoming increasingly competent at doing jobs that previously, only humans could do. Here, we look at the key soft skills everyone should be focusing on to compete well in the job market of the future.

What A Book Written About The Great War Of 1914 Tells Us We Need To Think Differently About The Future Of Work To Succeed.

Barbara Tuchman’s seminal book, The Guns of August, describes the old-world precepts that dictated the thinking for the start of the First World War and much of the first three years of one of the worst conflicts the planet.

New Immigration Rules Will Have Big Impact On International Students

Under the new rule, students could stay in the U.S. past their initial period mostly for “compelling academic reasons” only.

Miami Heat Veteran Andre Iguodala Appearing In Sixth Consecutive NBA Finals, Looking To Defeat Los Angeles Lakers

Andre Iguodala scored 15 points on Sunday night as the Miami Heat defeated the Boston Celtics 125-113 to clinch the Eastern Conference championship. The Heat face the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals starting on Wednesday night. This is the sixth consecutive Finals appearance for Iguodala.

Why Doesn’t Mariah Carey Get The Songwriting Credit She Deserves?

Mariah Carey is gearing up for the release of her new memoir 'The Meaning of Mariah Carey' and has been giving fans insight to her less-than-perfect career - revealing that she created a grunge album while making her 1995 album, 'Daydream.'

The E.U. Proposes A New Bauhaus To Achieve Climate Goals

In the annual State of the European Union speech, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen proposed a new architectural style for a carbon-neutral future in Europe.

The Good, Bad And Ugly From The Green Bay Packers’ Win Over The New Orleans Saints

Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdowns in the Green Bay Packers' 37-30 win over the New Orleans Saints Sunday.

The “Excess Savings” Hypothesis Vs. Economic Deceleration

The notion that the “excess savings” from the CARES Act will keep the economy on the road to recovery isn’t realistic, especially given that all the recent data that show significant economic deceleration.

NBA Finals: Five Intriguing Storylines Heading Into Lakers-Heat

A Heat/Lakers NBA Finals will have some intriguing storylines: both teams did not make playoffs last season—LeBron facing one of his old teams while looking for his 4th ring with 3 franchises.

LA Rams Hit Rock Bottom Before Nearly Beating The Buffalo Bills

The Los Angeles Rams know all about holes and they nearly dug out from one with an epic rally before losing to the Buffalo Bills, 35-32, on Sunday.

Here’s Proof The Media Covers Donald Trump And Joe Biden Very Differently

Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden have been accused at various points this month of making inappropriate comments about members of the military. The news coverage both men garnered, however, couldn't have been more different.
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