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Travelzoo | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Courtesy of Shutterstock One of the most coveted perks at Travelzoo is the Travelzoo Experience, in which Deal Experts and other employees take advantage of the same travel, entertainment and local deals we publish to our subscribers and report...
Susan Bevan

Dear Ivanka, Good Start, Keep Pushing...

Susan Bevan | July 26, 2016 | Politics
For mainstream Republican women, the Party platform, Party record, and Party rhetoric, despite speech points designed to woo "women," are more concerning than ever.
Jon Saltzman

When The DNC Attacks: Political Storm Writer Caught Up In WikiLeak Email Expose

Jon Saltzman | July 26, 2016 | Politics
This whole incident with Lucas and the DNC shows how truly polarized we are, even for an accomplished journalist just trying to get a quote.
The Lineup

Why Did This Teenage Girl Murder Her Best Friends?

The Lineup | July 26, 2016 | Crime
All photos: Courtesy of M. William Phelps Christine Paolilla always felt like an outsider. By the time she entered high school, Christine had suffered the sudden death of her father and was diagnosed with alopecia--an irreversible disease that caused her to...
Charlie Allenson

Fart-ins And Feeling The Bern

Charlie Allenson | July 26, 2016 | Politics
Listen -- it's time to grow up. Now. Seriously. You can fall on your sword of principles and support Bernie by not voting for Hillary. But remember this: everyone who doesn't vote for Clinton is in effect casting a vote for Trump.
Vicki Salemi

4 Ways to (Politically) Navigate Office Politics

Vicki Salemi | July 26, 2016 | Business
As the presidential race heats up, you may be nervous about work conversations around the election getting you into hot water, but what about navigating your own political landmines at the office?
Dean Sioukas

Should I Stay or Should I Go Now: How The Clash Influenced a Startup's SEO Strategy

Dean Sioukas | July 26, 2016 | Business
The quintessential problem many startups face, is how to I get people to know about our company? Sure an article in the local paper is good and a nice website can tell a person a lot about you, but I am talking about the masses; that mass audience on the Internet that somehow will be mysteriously driven to your site when they are looking for what you are selling.
John Rampton

5 Steps for Using a Time Log to Become More Productive

John Rampton | July 26, 2016 | Business
The workflow of a freelancer has a fluid nature. Some days are banner days of productivity and innovation, while other days may be dry and slow. While this is somewhat inherent to the lifestyle, it helps to even out our weekly output.
Toby Nwazor

5 Vital Tips for Every Suitcase Entrepreneur

Toby Nwazor | July 26, 2016 | Business
As an entrepreneur who trots the globe for business meetings and site inspections, or who has a chain of companies across the globe, from the UAE to the USA, then you MUST love suitcases.

Scaling Positive Impact - 'ApHRICA' to Revolutionize Understanding of Ocean Acidification

XPRIZE | July 26, 2016 | Green
By Matthew Mulrennan The Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOAON) with approximate locations for 'ApHRICA', a pilot project to deploy ocean pH sensors in South Africa, Mozambique, the Seychelles, and Mauritius for the first time....
Greg Portell

Transformation: Go Big or Go Home

Greg Portell | July 26, 2016 | Business
Few words are more overused and less understood by corporate America. From functional changes to the next strategic acquisition, all are characterized as "transformation" in hopes of garnering attention in an increasingly complicated business world.
Khawla Nakua

What We Need To Know About Police Brutally And How To Stop It

Khawla Nakua | July 26, 2016 | Black Voices
There are many ways to end police brutality. Police do a lot of good in our communities and not all police are the same and we shouldn't paint all police by the same brush. But denying that there is police violence in the States, is going to have major consequences in the future.
Susan Stiffelman

I've Had It With My Kids Complaining That They're Bored!

Susan Stiffelman | July 26, 2016 | Parents
Children are immensely adaptable, finding ways to adjust to all kinds of circumstances when necessary. Most of us have observed that when the power goes out and they get excited about lighting candles, or when a sibling is sick and they find themselves actually capable of being gentle and kind.
Bruce Fein

CIA's Gold Standard for Influencing Foreign Elections

Bruce Fein | July 26, 2016 | Politics
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I would have expected more adeptness from Russian President Vladimir Putin, a former intelligence superstar in the Soviet Union's legendary KGB. His amateurish attempt to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election in the United States by tasking Russian hackers to steal 20,000 emails from the servers of...
Jenn Lyons

The Necessity Of Empathy To Break The Cycle Of Fear-Driven Violence

Jenn Lyons | July 26, 2016 | Impact
When we make the choice to move away from fear, the greatest of all possibilities opens up; when fear is moved aside, the human capacity for empathy greatly increases. Empathy drives you to lift others up. Fear drives you to tear them down.
Zac Thompson

Here's How To Make Your Vote Count In The 2016 Election

Zac Thompson | July 26, 2016 | HuffPost Live 321
If the United States electoral system seems a little convoluted to you, you're not the only one.

Bread Rolls with Chicken & Cheese | Indian Cooking Recipes

Anisa | July 26, 2016 | Taste
Chicken and Cheese Bread Rolls! Delicious, Easy and Very Tasty! Today we are making Chicken and Cheese Bread Rolls! They are so awesome, your gonna love these, with cream cheese that melts inside which makes the inside lovely and saucy! Very popular in Asian homes, great as a snack, picnics or entertaining guests! You can find all the ingredients in your local supermarket! This recipe makes about 28 Bread Rolls You can also TWEET me to ask anything @cookwithanisa I would love to hear what you think in the comments below! Ingredients 50g butter 500g chicken fillet pieces 1 medium onion chopped 1 teaspoon garlic & ginger paste Fresh Green chillies - add to taste Salt to taste 1 teaspoon cumin powder Half teaspoon black pepper 80g sweetcorn Handful of coriander Half red pepper chopped 300g soft cream cheese 2 Loaf of bread Some eggs for dipping Breadcrumbs MY FAVOURITE KITCHEN ITEMS! Pestle & Mortar: Nutri Ninja (UK): Nutri Ninja (US): Make sure not to miss a single video from Anisa! Click here to Subscribe: Help support the channel when shopping on Amazon at no extra cost to you. It would really help me out! Use this link -- ================ Thank you for watching Cook with Anisa This channel is aimed at anyone who loves food and and how to cook from student's to someone preparing for marriage or even if you are an experienced cook but in need of some inspiration I can help! I upload regular recipe's, tips and tutorials also. If you are a foodie like me, this is the place to be! I have learnt from the the best Chefs, who have taught me everything from savouries delicious tasty mouth watering home made good food, snacks to sweet dishes and more! ================ WHERE ELSE TO FIND ME Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Website:
Laurie Levy

The Other America: Talking To The Grocery Store Clerk

Laurie Levy | July 26, 2016 | Fifty
I'm ashamed to admit I have tried to avoid her line. It takes a few minutes longer because she likes to talk. And I am eager to get my groceries bagged and depart. I'm already dreading how long it will take to bring everything into the house and put it...
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka

Historic Commitment By The Government Of Colombia And FARC-EP At The Havana Peace Talks Table

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka | July 26, 2016 | Women
On July 24th, 2016, we celebrated with the people of Colombia the historic commitment by the Government and FARC-EP at the Havana Peace Talks Table to ensure that one of the agreement's fundamental objectives is to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women.
Michael Goldstein

DNC: This Is The Part That I Hate

Michael Goldstein | July 26, 2016 | Politics
DNC speakers can be inspiring. Reassuring. Maybe we're going to be okay after all. I didn't see a bunch of liars up there, though they have probably all been less than truthful at times in their public lives. I saw people mostly deluding themselves at least as much as they delude us.