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4 Reasons You Should Never Hide Your Personality in the Workplace | Inc.com

Have you ever felt the need to put on a "game face" while you're at work? Do you have to act "manly" or "tough," so that others will respect you? I know that many women feel that they can't act overly feminine, in fear that they won't be taken seriously. They think they have to wear power suits to …

The Workplace

Donald Trump reverts to campaign mode, bashing Clinton and media

In April, Donald Trump pledged “at some point, I’ll be so presidential that you people will be so bored.” Despite being president-elect, it seems that particular pivot has yet to come.<p>On the first day of his self-described “thank you tour”, Trump returned to his bombastic style on the stump at a …

Donald Trump

5 Characteristics of Weak Leaders

<i>(And How Not to Be One)</i>Sometimes you learn from positive role models. Often you learn from negative ones. This is one of the reasons I love to read …

GOP Senate PAC Raised $7 Million in Past Six Months

A super PAC dedicated to preserving GOP control of the Senate in 2016 raised nearly $7 million in the second half of 2015, a spokesman said, giving the chamber’s Republicans a financial edge as they head into a tough election year for the party’s Senate caucus.<p>The Senate Leadership Fund, which …

Mitch McConnell

Nothing sweet about A Birthday Cake for George Washington

Censorship is when a government or authority prevents someone from speaking or writing. When a business stops producing something because it is faulty, that is product recall (Book pulled over criticism of slavery depiction, 19 January).<p>For those who think A Birthday Cake for George Washington is a …

George Washington

When Students Drive Improvement - Educational Leadership

Schools are in trouble. The longer students spend in school, the less engaged they are. Current research from Gallup indicates that although …

10 Truly Weird Mysteries Of The Civil War

The American Civil War (1861-1865) is one of the most important events in the history of the United States. Its four years of combat and chaos killed …

Can GOP, Democrats Come Together On A Budget By Dec. 13?

Now that the government has reopened, attention turns to the next phase of the spending fight, a battle that is far from over.<p>The bill that President Obama signed early Thursday provides only a temporary respite to the partisan tussles that have perennially plagued the budget process. The …

Parental Warning: U.S. News & World Report Releases Best Colleges Rankings

Like every year, as summer wraps and college-bound parental panic begins to surge, U.S. News and World Report shares its rankings of Best Colleges. While one can appreciate the painstaking data collection and the voluminous amount of information packed into one document, the highly publicized lists …

5 Tips for Designing a Test Prep Timeline

For many students entering their junior year of high school, one of the most stressful parts of preparing to apply to college is taking the SAT or …

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Obama at the Shutdown Press Conference: ‘Lord Knows I’m Tired of It’

At his Tuesday press conference, the president rebutted the GOP claim that a default is no big deal. Eleanor Clift reports.<p>With the shutdown in its …

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The Partisan Paradox

In 1954, 22 11-year-old boys went to summer camp in the woodlands of Robbers Cave State Park. Not knowing they were subjects of an experiment, they were randomly divided into two groups. As each group engaged in their camp activities, they developed distinct rules, leadership, and identities -- one …

Government Inches Closer to Shutdown

The federal government inched closer to its first shutdown in nearly two decades, with House Republicans taking a hard line today and pushing for a …

SAT Results For 2013 Show Low Rates Of College Preparedness

Only 43 percent of test-takers in 2013 met the SAT's definition of being prepared for college, a statistic that has remained stagnant since 2009.<p>The 1.6 million test-takers averaged 496 in reading, 514 on math and 488 on writing, according to a Thursday report released by the College Board, the …

Lessons From Generation Z

I was never sure which generation I belong to, but I always instinctively shoved myself into the youngest one, the one that marketers are trying to crack. I proudly spoke of my habits and views of the world whenever I found myself in a creative meeting addressing the needs of a younger demographic. …

Kid President's Pep Talk Inspires Teachers To Keep Teaching And Students To Keep Studenting

Kid President is <i>finally</i> back with another pep talk that will make you want to get out of the carpool line, sit in the back of your kid's classroom, learn a bunch and hug the teacher. As KP puts it, "Life is school, and you gotta show up." Amen.<p><i>(hat tip Viral Viral Video)</i><p><b>For more inspiration from</b> …

The GOP Civil War Just Exploded Messily Into The Public

Republican divisions over the party's strategy in budget battles exploded into the public sphere Wednesday evening.<p>In feelings that have been brewing privately for some time, House Republicans let their anger out at Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). And they accused him of surrendering on the plan to defund …

Young Millionaires Doing The World A Solid: Study

Young wealthy Americans are living -- and giving large, a new study says.<p>According to the sixth release of the Fidelity Millionaire Outlook study, Generation Y and X millionaires are raking in the dough faster than their baby boomer counterparts, but they're also giving more. The younger cohort …

America's Poverty Rate Stuck At 15 Percent For Second Straight Year

The U.S. poverty rate was essentially unchanged at 15 percent in 2012, as roughly 46.5 million people were stuck living at or below the poverty line, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Tuesday. This marks the second straight year that both the poverty rate and total number of people living in poverty …

'Required reading': As textbook prices soar, students try to cope

Hitting the books can be a serious hit in the wallet these days.<p>Already grappling with skyrocketing tuition and fees, college students also must contend with triple-digit inflation on the price of textbooks. With the average student shelling out $1,200 a year just on books, students, professors and …

Why our best students are totally oblivious

While being up in arms about popular injustices, they’re educated how not to see race, empire and colonialism<p>This past week, I taught my first classes of the semester. The college where I teach attracts young men and women who are generally left of center. Some of them are the children of …

Fire rages along NJ boardwalk damaged by Superstorm Sandy

A raging fire that apparently started in a custard shop tore through a New Jersey shore boardwalk Thursday, destroying more than 30 businesses in a tourist mecca just recovering from the damage it sustained in Superstorm Sandy.<p>At a press conference Thursday evening, New Jersey Governor Chris …

Congress Scrambles to Adapt to Russian Proposal on Syria

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Both the Senate and the House are revising, but not abandoning, their plans for authorizing the use …

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