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Why Any More Presidential Debates Should Be Entirely About COVID-19

The Presidential and VP debates so far have covered a lot of important topics. Realistically, however, a responsible President will need to spend most of the next 1-2 years fighting COVID-19…

In the vice presidential debate, only one candidate looked into the camera and spoke to ‘you’

Because television is a visual medium, what is seen often registers more vividly than what is said. From prestige dramas to reality-show schlock, TV relies on character contrasts, the sharper…

Rare Earth Metals Get The Presidential Treatment

Pexels Last Wednesday, the president signed an executive order addressing the threat posed by the United States’ overreliance on “critical minerals” from “foreign adversaries.” To be more specific, “critical minerals”…

Ad attacking Mark Zuckerberg to run during vice presidential debate

An ad slamming Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for the company’s handling of misinformation is expected to run during Wednesday’s presidential debate, per a CNN report. The ad is already posted…

Trump admin imposes new curbs on H-1B visas to protect US workers ahead of presidential election

Washington, Oct 7 (PTI) The Trump administration has announced new restrictions on H-1B nonimmigrant visa programme which it said is aimed at protecting American workers, restoring integrity and to better…

Why You Should Vote for Science in the 2020 Presidential Election

Photo credit: Dan Saelinger From Prevention Women have always considered many factors when voting, but this election, health care is top of mind. “I say it all the time now:…

The Technology 202: Social networks scramble to address the aftermath of first presidential debate

The social network said it took down the accounts based on intelligence provided by the FBI. Twitter shared some examples of the tweets, which the company said “did not make…

In turning from Trump toward the camera, Biden avoided being dragged down in the first presidential debate

The tactic to ignore Trump’s distractions and speak directly to the American people helped Biden navigate a chaotic debate, according to analysts and debate experts. The former vice president didn’t…

How Could Voter Suppression Affect the Presidential Election? Look at Georgia

“Seven hours, 45 minutes, and 13 seconds it took for me to vote in Fulton County, Ga. As soon as I saw the line, I hit the stopwatch on my…

Microsoft details online attacks from Russia, China and Iran against U.S. presidential campaigns

“We have and will continue to defend our democracy against these attacks,” says Microsoft’s Tom Burt, pictured here at an October 2019 Seattle Rotary event. (GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop)…