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Donald Trump said 11 false things in just 5 tweets Sunday morning

<b>(CNN) —</b> On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted. And tweeted. And tweeted.<p>Between 9:04 am and 9:37 am, Trump sent 5 tweets -- all around the same basic theme: He is being unfairly persecuted by special counsel Robert Mueller even as Mueller and the broader FBI overlook crimes by Democrats.<p>…

Donald Trump

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What Working for a Pointless Manager Taught Me About Great Leadership

<i>The MPW Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely questions</i> …

The most popular Google searches for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton speak volumes

Amid the political pundits, pollsters, and stump speeches, it's easy to get lost this election season. So much noise!<p>And in times like this, Americans often turn to an emotionless medium for their political questions: Google. It's there that you'll find some of the most revealing questions …

Why Your Facebook Habit At Work Makes Economists Worry

Productivity, a key measure of the economy's health, has been growing more slowly in recent years — and it has dropped for the past three quarters. Can Facebook and other social media distractions on the job be partly to blame?<p>Growth in the U.S. economy has been frustratingly slow during the …

Economics

Brahmanism

Brahmanism is an ideology and a way of life, originating from the history of the Vedas, often called a philosophy, practised on the basis of specific …

A Harvard psychologist reveals the biggest reason people don’t achieve their goals

But as Harvard psychologist Amy Cuddy explains in a recent Big Think video, the average person will probably find more success (and happiness) if they shoot for just down the block — at least at first.<p>The biggest mistake a lot of people make in setting goals for themselves, Cuddy says, is that they …

This New Study Might Actually Explain The Weirdness That Is Déjà Vu

But we still don’t know if it’s a good thing.<p>In French, déjà vu literally translates to "already seen", and describes the phenomenon of having the …

Nintendo is starting to understand something that Apple still doesn't get

The idea, it seems, is that the NX is a portable console like the Nintendo 3DS, but it'll have some way to hook up to a standard TV to play games that way, like the Nintendo Wii U. It confirms a lot of other leaks over the last year or so.<p>It's a little weird, especially when you consider there are …

How scientists detected gravitational waves for the first time

Scientists have announced the first detection of gravitational waves, a finding that will give astronomers an entirely new window to the universe. But how are these waves observed and why have we never seen them before?<p>Gravitational waves are ripples in the space-time continuum first predicted by …

Gravitational Waves

National Geographic Traveller competition: see all of the stunning shortlisted photographs

From a puffin in flight on Wales’ Skomer Island to Yangon’s bustling fish market in Myanmar, this year’s National Geographic Traveller competition …

Travel Photography

People weren't supposed to be saving this much money — and now it's a problem

So, let's start with the basic premise: Consumers are not economists.<p>This means that normal people who have a job and then decide what to do with their hard-earned money often make decisions that economists don't expect.<p>The latest example is when, how much, and why people save money. In short, too …