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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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Jacob Blake affair triggers a historic boycott of American sports

Upset by the fate of Jacob Blake, the Milwaukee Bucks took everyone by surprise by refusing to play their NBA playoff game on Wednesday night,

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The new $300 per week unemployment benefit

An Aug. 8 Trump executive action calls for distributing a $300 weekly federal unemployment benefit reallocated from a $44 billion FEMA disaster fund. Nearly 400,000

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The US real estate market is holding up well against COVID

Home prices rose 4.3% yearly in June, unchanged from the achievement seen in May, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA

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Trade relations improve between the US and EU

The United States and the European Union have been involved in trade disputes over the past few years, but a mini-deal announced on Friday marked

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Child care study helps CDC feel more comfortable with schools reopening

A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that childcare centers can be safely reopened in low-virus levels areas. This is an

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Japan’s sincere WWII apology on anniversary of surrender

August 15 is the anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II. At the memorial ceremony, Emperor Naruhito expressed his “deep regret” for Japan’s aggressive

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U.S. weekly jobless claims fall below 1 million, first time since mid-March

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell below the 1 million marks for the first time since the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic

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Facebook and Twitter fire back after Trump spreads COVID-19 misinformation

A few days ago, Facebook completely deleted a post of Donald Trump for the first time because the US president’s remarks violated the false COVID-19