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Keep your Kid’s Brain Active with GSK Science in the Summer

GSK Science in the Summer™, a free STEM program for students in underserved communities across the country, announced its new curriculum for summer 2019: The Science of Me. This summer enrichment program—sponsored by global healthcare... Read More

Uber and Lyft drivers plan strikes in major cities to protest pay

Ride share drivers are planning coordinated protests against Uber, Lyft, and other companies later this week, to draw attention to their push for higher wages.  An organization representing for-hire drivers in New York City says its members... Read More

3 Tips for Supporting Mental Health and Well-being in Our Children

Children from all walks of life experience stressful situations. Thousands of children walked from South America to the United States with their families and endured hardships and danger along the way. Children in many parts of the world have been... Read More

Verizon Media Brings NFL Streaming to Fantasy App

Football fans will have a new way to stream games this season, as Verizon Media announced it’s bringing unauthenticated NFL live streaming to its Yahoo Fantasy Football app, in addition to its Yahoo Sports app. Fans will get all local and... Read More

Weather Channel goes off air because of ‘malicious software attacks’

We live in an age where companies suffer data breaches and hacks of various types on a disturbingly regular basis. Credit card companies, social networks and online retailers are the usual targets and sometimes the thieves make off with payment... Read More

Netflix to build 6 sound stages in NYC and invest $100M

Queens lost Amazon, but Brooklyn and Manhattan are cashing in on Netflix. The popular streaming service is investing $100 million by 2024 to build six new sound stages in Brooklyn and add 127 jobs to the 32 it already has in Manhattan, officials... Read More

Microsoft repeatedly tried to acquire Zoom – pre IPO

Video conferencing company Zoom is set to go public this week, but its future could have been a lot different, according to a new report. Recode reported that Microsoft has persistently tried to acquire Zoom over the years, with the latest... Read More

How to Be Savvy When it Comes to Coupon Codes

No one likes to overpay when they’re shopping, or paying for anything for that matter. Therefore, it’s essential to have smart shopping strategies. We’re going to look at how you can become a savvy shopper using coupon codes. While... Read More

Test your ‘Game of Thrones’ knowledge

The first seven seasons of “Game of Thrones” introduced countless subplots and characters, many of whom go by several different names and all of whom seem to rock a beard. The citizens of the Seven Kingdoms drop like flies and sometimes... Read More

Masters Facts: Money, Milestones & More at Augusta

It’s a tradition unlike any other and the unofficial start of spring for golf fans nationwide. But the beauty of April flowers at Augusta National Golf Club, once a plant nursery, belies the danger lurking for the 84 participants in the 83rd Masters... Read More

STAR WARS: The Rise Of Skywalker – New Trailer

Today, Director/Writer J.J. Abrams and Producer Kathleen Kennedy were joined by stars Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, Oscar Isaac, Billy Dee Williams, Naomi Ackie, Joonas Suotamo and Anthony Daniels, and droids BB-8 and D-0, for a... Read More

Spring Forward for Daylight Saving Time

The clock will jump forward an hour for most Americans on Sunday, March 10 — at 2 a.m. to be exact. The annual change allows people to have an extra hour of daylight after their work or school activities in the warmer months. But it can... Read More

Why Trying To “Beat The Train” Is Not Worth The Risk

Trains are exciting and fun for many reasons: The size, the speed, the sounds. But railroad tracks and train crossings can be dangerous as well. Here are some train and railroad safety tips to help keep your family safe near tracks and... Read More

Keeping Kids Safe in the Critical Hours Before & After School

Most children spend their morning and afternoon hours walking to and from school or waiting for a bus unsupervised. It is important that parents provide their child with safety skills and information that can help them make smart decisions as well as... Read More

Twice as many teens share music via texting versus their #music streaming service.

This comprehensive study is based upon both a national survey of parents and teens, and also video ethnography of how these two very important groups interact with music, the radio, and each other. Among the presentation highlights are the... Read More

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