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A beginners' guide to finding a job using social media

LinkedIn is not the only social media platform to help you find a job. Twitter and Facebook can also make or break your career prospects<p>While many of us use social media on a daily basis to chat with friends and share photographs, it can also be an extremely powerful tool in the pursuit of job …

The 22 best new hotels in the world

Our search took us from Anguilla to Australia, from India to Italy.<p>In Florida, we followed the cool crowd to the Miami Beach Edition, the latest scene-maker in Mid-Beach. The party begins in the lobby, with its all-white billiards table, and overflows into a nightclub, a bowling alley, a …

Miami Beach

Sneak Peek: Sunrise Kempinski Hotel, Beijing

The new hotel offers easy access to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China…<p>Outside of Beijing, the dawn of a new lakeside resort destination …

Nighttime Photographs of Las Vegas Captured from a Helicopter at 9,000 Feet

Just weeks after photographing New York City from 7,500 feet, photographer Vincent Laforet traveled west and captured the city of Las Vegas from an …

Photographer Spends Years Creating New ‘Historical’ Photos of Old Warships

Danish photographer Thomas Bangsted sits on the opposite end of the spectrum from “spray and pray” photography. The Brooklyn-based artist often …

Keystone XL bill heads to Obama

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> President Barack Obama will have 10 days to issue a veto on a bill authorizing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline once it hits his desk, now that the House has passed a final version, 270-152.<p>Twenty-nine Democrats voted with Republicans on Wednesday to pass the measure, …

Brian Williams -- that's the way it wasn't

<b>(CNN) —</b> Walter Cronkite had a golden rule for all wartime reporters: never self-aggrandize. Even though Cronkite had been the first reporter to fly over the beaches at Normandy on June 6, 1944, he minimized the experience.<p>When asked decades later whether he had flown over Utah or Omaha Beach, …

Little League Scandal Exposes Big Cracks in Pint-Sized Honor Code

The stripping of a Chicago Little League team of its national title on Wednesday exposed an unsavory aspect of the famed World Series for kids: the suspicion that teams sometimes bend, or break, the rules to get there.<p>The latest case, in which the Jackie Robinson West team from Chicago's South Side …

Will Tiger Woods miss any majors?

Tiger Woods announced Wednesday he needed to step away from the public eye to work on his game.<p>So how much time will the former world No. 1 need to …

Microsoft Confirms Sunrise Acquisition, Adds Depth To Its Mobile Productivity Offerings

Microsoft is buying the mobile productivity reputation it seemed disinclined to build for itself for so many years, and the latest addition to the roster is Sunrise, the calendar app that managed to raise $8.2 million in venture funding and achieved rave reviews on the many platforms where it …

A Navy SEAL Explains 8 Secrets to Grit and Resilience

Sometimes you just want to quit. You know you shouldn’t but nothing seems better than crawling back into bed and hiding under the covers. (I am there …

Military

Obama seeks IS 'war powers' resolution

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1144000/1144971_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1534298729_6dc3e47474a19683107888edce6370b5<p><b>President Barack Obama has said Islamic State (IS) militants "will lose" as he asks Congress to formally authorise military force against them.</b><p>"Our …

George W. Bush

'I am jeb': Governing by Email

A trove of correspondence from Bush's tenure in Florida offers a unique glimpse at the management style of a major presidential candidate in the Internet age.<p>When politicians release a trove of sought-after documents to the public, they usually do so late on a Friday afternoon in the hope that any …

Government