Tag: 2020

Trump Just Promised to Protect ‘Suburban Housewives’ From Poor People

President Donald Trump says he’s the candidate who’s protecting “suburban housewives” from low-income housing that could “invade” their neighborhoods. In a Wednesday tweet, Trump bragged about eliminating a regulation that was designed to address racial segregation, and suggested that Sen. Corey Booker, a Black man, would somehow restore that rule if Joe Biden were elected […]

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Apple boosts iMac with 10th-gen Intel Core CPUs, nano-textured glass

While Apple’s portable devices receive the lion’s share of attention these days, its all-in-one iMac desktop computers have remained popular with businesses — as likely to be at the front reception desk as in C-suite offices. Now that long-awaited keyboard and processor upgrades have been completed across the MacBook lineup, the iMac is finally getting […]

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Trump’s Attacks On Mail-In Ballots Could Turn Election Day Into Chaos

WASHINGTON — President Trump hit a dangerous new low with his Thursday attacks against mail-in voting, when he suggested the election should be postponed and insisted that it be called on election night, “not days, months, or even years later!” But while Trump can’t move the election, he’s doing everything he can to discredit its […]

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100 Days Before the Election, Things Are Looking Bleak for Trump

WASHINGTON — With 100 days until the election, President Trump’s poll numbers could hardly look worse — and GOP strategists fear he’s headed to a likely loss that could drag the rest of their party down with him. Trump’s months-long refusal to seriously grapple with the coronavirus has led to a surge in cases and […]

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Back to School 2020: Pause big tech purchases, plan for a happier 2021

Take the latest VB Survey to share how your company is implementing AI today. A calm phrase like “uncertain times” doesn’t do justice to the current state of 2020’s Back to School season, which as of mid-July remains unsettlingly ambiguous for millions of U.S. parents and students. For my kids — and untold other Californians […]

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