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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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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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How effective are homemade masks (according to science)

Researchers in the United States created a test of face masks to show the best in fluid drip prevention and ranked many of the current

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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

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The World is Coming to Beirut’s Aid

Medical equipment and teams, humanitarian aid, sending of military planes … Initiatives are multiplying to come to the aid of the Lebanese after the deadly

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Pope Francis appoints six women to prestigious positions at the Vatican

Pope Francis has appointed six women and one man to the papacy’s Council that oversees Vatican finances as reported by Kerknet, the Catholic Church portal

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A second stimulus package might be approved this Saturday

The White House and Democrats have until August 7 to reach an agreement on the next stimulus package. Although the two parties agree to give

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Should Microsoft buy TikTok?

The short video platform TikTok or at least its majority Chinese owner Bytedance, has long been a thorn in the side of the American government.

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Tropical storm Isaias didn’t re-strengthen overnight

A weakened tropical storm, Isaias, swept off the South Florida coast on Sunday morning, no longer threatening to become a hurricane. After pouring torrential rains