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Our founders, a couple of undergraduates at Clarkson University, recognized the impact media has on people's emotions when COVID-19 flooded the world with bad news. Now, we're fighting back by delivering the same important stories, with a positive spin!

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Stocks follow as Trump’s health improves

The stock market rose on Monday because there were signs that President Donald Trump’s health has improved, alleviating some of the political uncertainty caused by

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Jobless claims fall below economist’s expectations, fifth straight week under 1 million

According to CNBC, initial unemployment insurance claims totaled 837,000 last week; the Labor Department said on Thursday as the labor market continues to slowly recover

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Child mortality from COVID is astonishingly low

Data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) show that only about 100 children and teenagers have died from COVID-19 disease in the United States.

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Good news for werewolves: Halloween falls on a blue moon this year

According to the CBS report, many places worldwide will accompany a rare blue moon on Halloween’s eve in 2020. 2020 is the first time since

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TikTok download ban called off last minute, Oracle and Walmart deal with ByteDance is approved

A big reversal! U.S. President Trump told the media that he approved the transaction between the commercial software developer Oracle and TikTok, allowing TikTok to

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“Once-in-a-generation” wildfires are slowly but steadily getting under control

After four days of extremely hot, windy weather, this weekend brought calmer winds from the Pacific inland and cool, humid conditions that helped the crew

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How the September 11th anniversary event adapted to the coronavirus pandemic

Amid the pandemic, the United States commemorates 19 years since the historic 9/11 terrorist attack. This Friday, the United States commemorated another anniversary of the

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American Airlines employees are allowed to wear Black Lives Matter pins, much like Delta

American Airlines announced it is creating a new unified lapel pin to celebrate diversity and honor the Black Lives Matters Movement. According to American Airlines,

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Vaccine developers plan joint safety pledge to prevent premature approval

Several COVID-19 vaccine developers, including Pfizer Inc, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna Inc, plan to issue a public pledge not to seek government approval until

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Jacob Blake was reportedly freed from handcuffs in his hospital bed

Jacob Blake, who was shot in the back by police in the US state of Wisconsin, was allegedly freed from handcuffs while in hospital. Kenosha