Sen. Tammy Duckworth on watching rioters wave the American flag while attacking the Capitol

Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Jane Fraser makes her mark on Citigroup, the House impeaches President Trump, and Sen. Tammy Duckworth tells us what it was like to be in the Capitol as the pro-Trump mob broke down the doors. Have a great Thursday. – Inside the attack on the Capitol. History was made last night when the House of Representatives…

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Indusface: Aiding Businesses Seamlessly in Securing Their Web Applications

It has truly become important for businesses to first acknowledge the risk of threats before embarking on any technological development. This is true even more for smaller business than larger established enterprise that will do it for compliance and regulatory requirements without a choice. It is not only about risk, but also building trust with their customers to show that they are taking security and security…

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Shares rebound as gov’t clears Pfizer vaccine use

By Revin Mikhael D. Ochave, Reporter PHILIPPINE shares ended higher on Thursday, ending its two-day skid, on the government’s approval of Pfizer, Inc.’s coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine for emergency use. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) rose 30.3 points or 0.41% to close at 7,273.15, while the all shares index climbed 16.01 points or 0.36% to end at 4,350.94.…

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American students need help through the pandemic, and the U.K.’s tutoring program could be a model

Last fall, the United Kingdom rolled out a national program that provides subsidized, personalized tutoring to elementary, middle, and high school students who fell behind when schools shut down as a result of the COVID outbreak. The U.K.’s National Tutoring Program, which will last two years, is specifically designed to bring disadvantaged students back up to speed. The entire £350 million…

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What You Need to Know About Online Learning

Have you recently taken an interest in online learning due to a hesitancy to attend conventional school related to the coronavirus pandemic? If so, you are not alone. Maybe you have always preferred online learning, and this has given you the perfect opportunity to thrive? Perhaps you have never taken an online course before, and are looking forward to beginning…

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YouTube Video Thumbnail Tips

While TikTok and newer video platforms get all of the attention, YouTube remains the dominant streaming content site. The site has two billion users worldwide, according to Statista. Furthermore, Google owns YouTube and privileges YouTube content in internet searches just as they do Google Books. This means you want to have a YouTube presence even if you’re mostly operating off…

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