Month: January 2019

Senate to Vote on Thursday to Reopen Government, Although Not Likely to Pass

The Senate is all set to take two crucial votes on Thursday that could possibly determine the fate of the ongoing government shutdown. With the shutdown now sitting at over 30 days, lawmakers are getting desperate to show that they are attempting to resolve the ongoing crisis. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell backs a proposal

Chinese Telecom Company Huawei Allegedly Stole Intellectual Property from T-Mobile

Founded in 1987, Huawei has grown into manufacturing more smartphones than any other competitor outside of Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest manufacturer. Huawei has sold its electronics and services to customers in upwards of 175 countries. Further, 90 percent of the world’s largest telecom companies currently use either the products or services – if not

Academy of Art Earns Top School Rankings and Leads the Way in Applied Arts Education

A trusted beacon among the nation’s renowned institutions dedicated to training professionals in applied arts and technology, the Academy of Art University in San Francisco was recently ranked by the Rookies, a yearly international awards platform, as the Best Digital Illustration School in the United States. The Academy of Art University also ranked among the

Trump Backtracks Idea That Mexico Will Directly Pay for Wall

On Thursday, United States President Donald Trump paid a visit to McAllen, Texas in an effort to build support for his desired border wall. This visit comes just one day before the three-week anniversary of the latest government shutdown. Trump and his administration are fighting tooth and nail to convince Democrats to fund the controversial

What Not to do if IC Systems Contacts You

The Most Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Responding to IC Systems

If you’ve recently received either a letter or phone call from IC Systems, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the proper steps to take next. Since the company exists to help facilitate financial resolutions between their clients and consumers, you will find that your interactions with them can be helpful and productive if you’re proactive.

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Sadie Keller Foundation Helps Advance Childhood Cancer Treatment with Matthew Fleeger and Gulf Coast Western’s Help

Sadie Keller is not your typical 11-year-old girl. In the spring of 2015, at the age of 7, she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. The next three years of her life were filled with fighting infections, countless blood transfusions, very rare side effects and weekly chemotherapies that kept her out of school during 2nd and

Fortress Investment Group is banking on Florida luxury.

Fortress Investment Group is Banking on Florida Luxury

It’s been a wild year in the world of investments and tech, and perhaps no single investment company has made bigger waves than Fortress Investment Group. This New York-based investment firm has long been known for blazing a trail when it comes to innovative investments and massively bold moves that consistently pay off in the

How Neurocore Gets to the Core Causes of ADHD

Neurofeedback was pioneered in 1924, and its applications have revolutionized neuroscience and psychology. Now, it’s being used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder without potentially harmful medications. The results are promising. Living With ADHD There are more diagnosed cases of ADHD in the U.S. than ever before. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,