Month: October 2021

Two Jan. 6 Planners Cooperate With Committee, Name MAGA Congress Members

As the House investigation into the Jan. 6 attack heats up, some of the planners of the pro-Trump rallies that took place in Washington, D.C., have begun communicating with congressional investigators and sharing new information about what happened when the former president’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. Two of these people have spoken to Rolling Stone extensively in recent weeks and detailed explosive allegations that multiple members of Congress were intimately involved in planning both Trump’s efforts to overturn his election loss and the Jan. 6 events that turned violent. 

Rolling Stone separately confirmed a third person involved in the

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7 Tips For How To Get A Full College Scholarship

Paying for college without student loans is challenging, to say the least. The good news is that many colleges and universities offer full-tuition and full-ride scholarships to eligible students. Full-tuition scholarships cover tuition and fees, while full-ride scholarships often include tuition and fees, textbooks, room and board and other expenses. Here are some tips to help you get a scholarship that will cover most, if not all, of your educational expenses.

7 tips for getting a full-ride scholarship

Whether you aim for a full-ride or full-tuition scholarship, you could save yourself from taking out tens of thousands of dollars in

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Joe Biden approval rating: Presiden’t decline tied to economy

While the causes of Biden’s decline are numerous (e.g. declining trust of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan), perhaps the biggest one is that Americans believe there are big economic problems and that Biden isn’t focused nearly enough on them. These negative perceptions of Democrats on the economy are impacting the marquee Virginia gubernatorial election, too.

Approval of Biden on the economy has tracked almost perfectly with approval of him overall. Right now, his economic approval is in the low 40s, just as it is overall. In the early summer, it was in … Read More

What drives Sinema? A different view of politics

WASHINGTON — Democrats in Washington and across the country have been wondering the same thing for months: how they can wear down Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz. The answer might be that they can’t.

Sinema, a political progressive turned moderate, is holding President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” social spending bill hostage, along with Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va.

Biden, along with White House officials and Democratic activists, have tried nearly every imaginable strategy to get Sinema to abandon or soften her demands. Those demands include the House passing a bipartisan infrastructure bill first, shrinking the overall size of the “Build Back

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Greensprings awards scholarship to 5 indigent pupils

As part of its corporate social responsibility service to host communities within it areas of operation, the management of Greensprings School has awarded scholarship to five indigent pupils from Lagos State public schools.

The five pupils emerged the best from a list of about 50 children from its host communities (Ikoyi, Shomolu and Awoyaya) that were tested and interviewed.

The pupils are Adebowale Afolashade, Idi-Odo Primary School (Shomolu), admitted into year 5, Nwaoha Chidubem Michael, Adaranijo Primary School (Shomolu), year 7, Munir Aliyah Omooyosi of Real Mercy School, Oko-Oba, year 5, Adewale Deborah Oluwaseun, Community Primary School, Adeba (Ibeju-Lekki), year

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Columbus student wins $10,000 scholarship

Columbus East High School freshman Jared Swaim holds a check representing a $10,000 scholarship as he stands between his grandparents, Charlie and Jo Ann Swaim.
Columbus East High School freshman Jared Swaim holds a check representing a $10,000 scholarship as he stands between his grandparents, Charlie and Jo Ann Swaim.
Columbus East High School freshman Jared Swaim holds a check representing a $10,000 scholarship as he stands between his grandparents, Charlie and Jo Ann Swaim. (Photo provided)

Columbus student is one of three nationwide to receive a $10,000 college scholarship from wireless retailer TCC as part of its Big Impact program.

Jared Swaim, 14, a freshman at Columbus East High School, became eligible for the scholarship after he was among 140,000 students nationwide who  received

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s dire warning: ‘Hyperinflation’ will soon ‘change everything’

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has issued a cryptic warning that “hyperinflation” will “change everything.”

In typical Dorsey style, the social media CEO tweeted out his comment, saying that “it will happen in the US soon, and so the world.” 

Hyperinflation is typically very high and accelerated inflation. Researchers have documented 57 cases of hyperinflation as of 2018, with the first recorded episode occurring between 1795 and 1796 in post-revolutionary France, according to The Economist.


Some economists and writers

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Britney Spears’ family has dark history of locking women up

KENTWOOD, La. — The local museum that houses a virtual shrine to the town’s most famous resident, mega popstar Britney Spears, used to be a funeral home. It’s one of the few places still open among the abandoned and ruined buildings in the tiny town center.

The vibe is still funereal despite the best efforts of Fay Gehringer, curator of the Kentwood Historic and Cultural Museum, a friend of both Britney’s parents. She said she used to make the hair bows Britney wore “when she performed in everything she could when she was a little girl.”

Gehringer, who looks younger

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The easiest programming languages to learn

Coding can be challenging, particularly for beginners. New programmers often benefit from starting with an easier programming language.

Programming languages tell computers how to do specific tasks. Complex programming languages with dense syntax and complicated functions can challenge even experienced coders. Programming pros who want to learn a new language may prefer an easier option.

Our list introduces the easiest programming languages to learn, including each programming language’s uses and roles that use them. 


Roles that use it: Front-end developers, CSS developers, full-stack developers, mobile app developers, bloggers, website editors

Why it’s easy to learn: 

  • CSS styles websites, so

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Fox News’s Neil Cavuto ‘begs’ viewers to ‘stop the politics’ and get Covid vaccine | US news

The Fox News host Neil Cavuto has “begged” viewers to toss out political talking points about Covid-19 vaccinations and get the shot.

“My God, stop the politics,” he told the network’s Media Buzz show.

“Life is too short to be an ass. Life is way too short to be ignorant of the promise of something that is helping people worldwide. Stop the deaths, stop the suffering, please get vaccinated, please.”

He also said he expected to be attacked for his appeal.

Fox News requires staff to be vaccinated or to take daily tests. Some hosts have advocated vaccinations and other

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