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SHUTDOWN FALLOUT: Home sales hit 3 year low; stocks tumble

New research from the National Association of Realtors found that existing home sales have hit a three year low. 2018 was the worst year for sales of previously-owned homes since 2015. The month of December 2018 was especially bad for the housing market. Sales of previously-owned homes, which make up the vast majority of housing sales, were down 6.4% for the month ...

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What’s going on with Sarah Sanders?

If you thought you’ve seen less of Sarah Huckabee Sanders recently, it’s not your imagination. The White House press secretary has been notably absent recently. She hasn’t held a single press briefing since December 18, before the record-setting government shutdown started. President Trump claims he’s told her not to hold the briefings anymore, tweeting: “I told her not to bother, the word ...

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Democratic enthusiasm causing logistical challenges for Iowa caucuses

Democrats in Iowa are bracing for massive turnout in their first-in-the-nation presidential caucus, which by all accounts was a bit of a mess in 2016, when there were only three candidates in the mix—Sanders, Clinton, and O’Malley. Hillary Clinton was able to eke out the narrowest of victories. Now that the Democratic field looks likely to be more like 20 ...

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Mixed bag from Supreme Court on trans ban & DACA

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is alive and apparently well and the Supreme Court is off to the races in this new term. In two major developments at the high court this week, President Trump was dealt a setback on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and scored a win on his policy to ban transgender individuals ...

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Federal workers brace for second missed paycheck, worry about eviction

Federal workers are bracing for their second missed paycheck, with no end in sight to the partial government shutdown. Thousands are running up credit card debt and tapping into retirement accounts as their savings dip dangerously low or are completely exhausted. And mortgage and rent payments will be due February 1, increasing the angst for many federal workers who may ...

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Federal workers turn to GoFundMe for help as shutdown drags on

As the government shutdown drags on, hundreds of thousands of federal workers are feeling increasingly desperate, turning to pawnshops to sell off jewelry or heirlooms to pay their bills and trying to line up second jobs to make ends meet. School districts are reporting record applications for substitute teachers and many are turning to Uber and Lyft to make some ...

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Can Technology Eliminate Distractions and Reduce Truck Wreck Numbers?

According to the Federal Motor Safety Carrier Administration, there were roughly 475,000 police-reported crashes involving trucks in 2016. The most common cause of these accidents was reportedly speeding. The second? Distractions. Of course, it’s not just trucks. Nine people are killed every day in the U.S. because of distracted driving. The problem is so severe that there’s a national month ...

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What Changes in the Education System are necessary in 2019?

There is always a rigid pattern followed when it comes to education. Education has been an essential part of the human race for more than 5000 years. The pattern, though seems beneficial to most, is just a rigid method of trying to teach each and every person, preferring different techniques of learning. Be it a thesis editor or any other ...

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San Francisco Refuses Deal to Protect Tenants from Being Evicted Opting for Glory

The City of San Francisco framed its crusade against a successful, black landlord, Anne Kihagi, as being for the protection of tenants, but as the case developed, the City true focus became clear.  Their goal was to oppress and overwhelm Ms. Kihagi at all costs – just because she was challenging their abusive behaviors, like selective enforcement and sinister meddling ...

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7 Scary Things You Should Know About Monsanto

Monsanto was an American agricultural and agrochemical biotechnology business that was founded in 1901 and bought out by Bayer for $66 billion in 2016. Monsanto manufactured Roundup, a glyphosate-based chemical, and became a massive generator of genetically modified crops in the 1970s. Monsanto was one of the first companies to initiate genes into plants and to perform field trials of ...

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Trump fails to take a stand for Biblical history facing destruction by the Saudi regime

Evangelical Protestants are among the most reliable parts of President Trump’s base of support, a fact that seems a bit surprising given Trump’s checkered past on abortion rights and his multiple marriages and infidelities. But a new report from The Gateway Pundit might cast an even greater pall over that evangelical support. For Bible-believers, Mt. Sinai is a holy place. It’s where ...

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U.S. Coast Guard escalates calls for an end to shutdown as service members struggle without pay

The U.S. Coast Guard is the only branch of the armed forces currently working without pay because it’s funded through the Department of Homeland Security rather than the Department of Defense. It’s an unprecedented development and a slap in the face to hard-working service members who sacrifice so much for our country’s safety and security. The Washington Times reports: “Four retired ...

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Top 4 Wedding Dress Buying Tips for A Plus-Size Bride

The majority of wedding dresses today are not created and designed with a plus-size woman in mind. Yes, there are lots of options, but the embellishments, cut, and even the length of most modern wedding gowns are made for a slimmer body or figure. Regardless of their size, any bride can find her dream and ideal wedding dress with a ...

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How to pick the right signage company for your establishment?

New enterprises rarely think about signage and store branding, when they have their entire marketing strategy to plan. It is the biggest faux pas any business can make. Logo design and signage are integral parts of marketing. When a new company comes to the market, it should not only worry about product quality and consumer feedback but also about establishing ...

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Liquid Flow Meters: Types, Benefits, & Applications

The liquid flow meter is supposed to be an extremely effective device for measuring the mass, volumetric, linear, and nonlinear rate of flow of a liquid. We know that the precise flow rate would be calculated by accurately measuring the velocity of the liquid. There are several kinds of liquid flow meters. You must choose a particular type depending on ...

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