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macOS 10.12.4 beta 3 arrives for devs and public testers

13 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Developers and members of Apple’s public beta software program can now install the latest beta of macOS 10.12.4 after Apple seeded the new update to testers this morning. The new beta comes just one day after Apple gave developers a new fresh of software update for iOS 10.3, tvOS 10.2 and watchOS 3.2, bringing a […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Trump to Tackle Deficit With Imaginary Growth, Elimination of Popular Programs

The president is poised to pay for his tax cuts by baselessly assuming 3 percent economic growth and eliminating public broadcasting.

Clooney Breaks Silence on Becoming a Dad

George Clooney has given his first public comments on the subject of his impending fatherhood. "We are really happy and really excited. It's going to be an adventure," he said during an interview on the French program Rencontres de Cinema, per People. "We've sort of embraced it all … with...

The End of BreatheND Is Nigh

The Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control – you know then as “BreatheND” – isn’t a public health initiative. It’s an employment program for anti-tobacco activists who enjoy some of the biggest salaries in state government for their job categories. The Center was created by voters on the 2008 ballot, but lawmakers have wanted to get...

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is on a White House hit list for elimination

Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 108, published February 21, 2017. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is now officially on a hit list of programs that the White House might eliminate, according to a New York Times article that led the site over the weekend, effectively pushing what was previously...

Latest macOS Sierra 10.12.4 Release Introduces Key New Feature

Apple has released a third developer beta of its desktop operating system. The early version of MacOS Sierra 10.12.4 is currently available to developers and users signed up to the public beta test program. Part of that testing is the introduction of a beloved feature from iOS to the Mac.

Republicans' New Plan to Gut Public Insurance

2 days agoNews : The Cutline

Medicaid has essentially functioned the same way for half a century. Eligibility for the program has changed, most notably when Obamacare extended an option to states to expand coverage to all low-income adults. But once they are enrolled,...Show More Summary

DJI partners with AMA to offer drone safety and training program

DJI announced it is launching a drone training program in partnership with the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA). DJI and the AMA will jointly promote the AMA Public Safety course, which is a hands-on training program that provides public safety officers the knowledge needed to safely and effectively use drone technology in their daily jobs. Show More Summary

Popular Domestic Programs Face Budget Ax

“The White House budget office has drafted a hit list of programs that President Trump could eliminate to trim domestic spending, including longstanding conservative targets like the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Legal Services Corporation, AmeriCorps and the National Endowments [...]

Popular Domestic Programs Face Ax Under First Trump Budget

4 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, AmeriCorps and the National Endowments for the Arts and the Humanities could be eliminated.

Seema Verma’s Austere Vision for Medicaid

The nominee for CMS administrator has already implemented a harsh model for the country’s public insurance programs in Indiana.

App integration company MuleSoft files to raise $100 million in IPO

MuleSoft, a company selling application programming interface (API) management and application integration software, today submitted its regulatory filing to raise $100 million in an initial public offering (IPO). The company is aiming to go public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the appropriate symbol MULE. The company has been in a position to […]

There's a New Doll Based On Transgender Teen and Activist Jazz Jennings

Jazz Jennings was interviewed by Barbara Walters when she was just 6 years old in a special 20/20 episode. The program made her one of the youngest people ever to talk publicly about being transgender. Now 16, Jennings is still a vocal advocate for young people in the transgender community. Read more...

Goop Is Seeking Fashion Interns In Santa Monica, CA's Fashion Internship program offers enrolled students a hands-on experience on the fashion team of a digital lifestyle publication. The internship is for designer-obsessed students with a love for all things goop eager to gain experience on the fashion content side of a rapidly growing... Continue reading

Google Invents A.I. That Plays Piano With You

Google has taught a computer how to play piano. The tech giant has made public a new artificial intelligence experiment that allows users to duet with a computer. The technology, called A.I. Duet, has been programmed with many melodies that are stored in its neural networks. Show More Summary

Public health experts celebrate 30 years of CDC's prevention research solutions for communities with health disparities

(Elsevier Health Sciences) It has been 30 years since CDC created the Prevention Research Centers (PRC) Program, currently a network of 26 academic institutions across the US dedicated to moving new discoveries into the communities that need them. Show More Summary

Anish Kapoor Is Bringing a Giant Whirlpool to Brooklyn

The Public Art Fund is commissioning the mesmerizing sculpture as part of its 40th anniversary programming.

Do Whites Benefit Disproportionately from Welfare?

The Washington Post today inflicts some weapons-grade stupidity upon the reading public, with its claim that whites benefit disproportionately — not just in higher gross numbers — from federal welfare programs. The question involves a new study from the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities. Show More Summary

Taxpayer money is keeping many Catholic schools alive, study finds

Many Catholic schools that accept vouchers rely on that public funding to stay open, a new study finds. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has advocated for expanding such programs. Catholic schools' reliance on vouchers highlights theShow More Summary

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