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You may have heard that multitasking is bad for you, but new studies show that it kills your performance and may even damage your brain. Every time you multitask you aren't just harming your performance in the moment; you may very well be damaging an area of your brain that's critical to your future success at work. Research conducted at Stanford University found that multitasking is less productive than doing a single thing at a time.
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Listen here to the cued up portion of Kuhner Report 1/11/2017 Rough transcript of relevant details: Kuhner : "Tom on PeeGate in Mass, go ahead Tom. . .
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In recent weeks, the Matamoros city government has been preparing logistical and security measures to accommodate not only the returning travelers, but also for a possible increase in deportations, said Matamoros Mayor Jesus “Chuchin” De La Garza. According to De La Garza, at least 50 percent of the Paisanos who have crossed through the three international bridges in Matamoros have reported to authorities that they will not be returning to the U. S.
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New York billionaire George Soros spent $7 million on Democrats in election races in 10 states to try to influence criminal justice reform from the inside. In two such contests, outspent Republicans dropped out before the election. .
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The opposition research firm that hired a former British spy to dig up dirt on Donald Trump is the same shady outfit that was hired by Planned Parenthood to put a positive spin on videos showing the sale of baby parts. The New York Times reported on Wednesday that Washington D. C.
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The surge in right-wing supporters has encouraged people to feel English than British The statistics released by YouGov revealed the amount of people describing themselves as English rather than British has risen by five per cent since 2015, now amounting to whopping 19 per cent of Britons. . .
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Rosie O'Donnell (Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Fund for Women's Equality/ ERA Coalition)Imposing martial law, which means the military would seize control of the government, is necessary in order to block President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, according to TV personality Rosie O’Donnell, a longtime adversary of the billionaire businessman. O’Donnell made the statement in response to the continuing reports surrounding Russia’s potential interference in the U. S.
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"Does anyone really believe that story?," Trump asked at a news conference at Trump Tower in New York City. "I'm also very much of a germophobe, by the way," he said. "Believe me.
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Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday took turns questioning top intelligence officials, who say investigative agencies found compelling evidence of Russian cyber-hacking throughout the 2016 election cycle. . .
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COSTA MESA – Concerned their legal status in the United States could be upended by Donald Trump, 25 college students and recent graduates who initially arrived here illegally left John Wayne Airport for Mexico on Thursday and will return before he becomes president. The students, most from California, saw the study-travel trip as a way to reconnect with their cultures and their families before Trump takes office and possibly eliminates the program that allows them to travel. “There’s so much uncertainty,” said Raquel Zamora Gonzalez, 25, a Cal State Fullerton student.
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Secret dossier includes extraordinary claims of compromising allegations about Donald Trump The memo included claims he ordered prostitutes to commit degrading sex acts But the President-elect and the Kremlin have vehemently denied the allegations Donald Trump dismissed them as 'total fabrication' while the Kremlin called them 'fiction'. But astonishing - and unverified - allegations about depraved sex acts in a Moscow hotel room, a five-year link to the Russian regime and property 'sweeteners' involving World Cup 2018 have caused shockwaves across the world. The President-elect denounced the release of the outlandish 'dirty dossier' this morning after it was reported that he was told in a briefing Russia claimed it had compromising personal and financial information about him.
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