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Here are a few reasons why you should think twice before hitting the snooze button.

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As part of PBS NewsHour's series on work-life balance, two psychologists weigh the pros and cons of sleeping in over the weekends.
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Your depression isn't your employer's business.

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Why you should not answer truthfully in an employer asks.
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My depression comes from my alam clock...just saying..
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Here's where presidential candidate #Jeb   #Bush  stands on 11 key issues.

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He is a real estate developer turned two-term Florida governor. John Ellis Bush (J.E.B.) speaks fluent Spanish at home, chose to become a Texas Longhorn and is one of the Bush family’s middle children. The son and brother of presidents, he has only run for one other elected office before now. Here is where Jeb Bush stands on eleven key issues.
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Watch one of the U.S. military’s most sacred rituals: The Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery.

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Looking for a place to watch President #Obama 's State of the Union address tonight? We've got you covered, on-air and online.

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PBS NewsHour will offer special programming surrounding the President's sixth annual State of the Union address.
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Fear is a lack of familiarity so sever as to induce panic upon realization of an absence of an autonomous response.
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Pens -- weapon of choice of the murdered cartoonists of Charlie Hebdo -- were raised in their honor at vigils around the world. Jeffrey Brown talks to two editorial cartoonists, Tom Toles of the +Washington Post and Ted Rall of the +Los Angeles Times, about the role of satirical cartoonists in society and their declining number in the U.S.

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Pens -- weapon of choice of the murdered cartoonists of Charlie Hebdo -- were raised in their honor at vigils around the world. Jeffrey Brown talks to two editorial cartoonists, Tom Toles of the Washington Post and Ted Rall of the Los Angeles Times, about the role of satirical cartoonists in society and their declining number in the U.S. Continue reading →
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+Eileen K Carpenter You're committing the straw man fallacy.

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Could there be life on Ceres?

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“As Dawn got closer to Ceres, one of the first things we saw were these bright spots. It’s impossible not to be mesmerized by these glowing beacons shining
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Maybe, over time...
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What's at the root of racial hatred?

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The mass shooting in Charleston isn’t just an isolated event, but can be seen as part of a troubled history of racial hatred and violence in the United States. What makes someone embrace racist ideology and what can be done to stop it? Gwen Ifill talks with Richard Cohen of the Southern Poverty Law Center, former FBI special agent Gregg McCrary and Paul Butler of Georgetown University Law Center.
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+Terry a O'Neal, MAED that goes for all sides. Hate and fear have been the currency for centuries. I've seen it on many sides. Current events will just perpetuate it and we can look forward to another 50 years or so of it.
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What happened to the millions of dollars donated to the Red Cross for #Haiti ?

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In 2010, a catastrophic earthquake ravaged Haiti, leaving 1.5 million people homeless. The American Red Cross raised nearly $500 million for relief efforts, announcing plans to create new communities. But an investigation by ProPublica and NPR has concluded that the Red Cross response has been plagued by failures. Jeffrey Brown interviews NPR investigative correspondent Laura Sullivan.
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that's not right they should help.
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Did you miss President #Obama 's State of the Union address? Watch it in full, and get your post- #SOTU analysis here: http://to.pbs.org/1Jfcmbo
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+Reuters' Lucas Jackson photographed the many unused Army trucks, tents and other detritus that are waiting to be removed at America’s biggest base in #Afghanistan .
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At its peak, the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan swelled to 140,000 in 2010 when Obama ordered a "surge" to counter the growing insurgency. Now, the U.S. is tasked in dismantling its operations throughout Afghanistan to house the incoming foreign troops chosen for "Resolute Support."Reuters' Lucas Jackson photographed the many unused Army trucks, tents and other detritus that are waiting to be removed at America's biggest base in Afghanistan...
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Quit bitching like a bunch of girls instead of bitching do something about it we Americans are ignorant and stupid we are supposed to run our government not the government run us. All we do is bitch
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This year, a challenge to Facebook users to douse themselves in ice water became an internet craze, raising millions for ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Gwen Ifill talks to Nancy Frates, the mother of the man who inspired the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, about the impetus for the viral fundraising campaign and how it has advanced awareness and research of the disease.

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This year, a challenge to Facebook users to douse themselves in ice water became an internet craze, raising millions for ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Gwen Ifill talks to Nancy Frates, the mother of the man who inspired the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, about the impetus for the viral fundraising campaign and how it has advanced awareness and research of the disease. Continue reading →
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Cool! Literally! Shared ;->
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