Daily Archives: April 16, 2020

Navy Not Ruling Out Reinstating USS Roosevelt Skipper Who Complained About Coronavirus

Top U.S. defense officials are not ruling out restoring Navy Capt. Brett Crozier to his former command of the coronavirus-sidelined aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. Crozier was abruptly removed from that post on April 3 after going outside of his chain … Google Alert – breaking news

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Mother’s Day 2020: Save on a bouquet for mom from 1-800-Flowers

You can save on a floral arrangement for mom this Mother’s Day thanks to a limited-time sale at 1-800-Flowers—get the details. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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House should conduct proxy voting during pandemic, key Democrat recommends

The proposal from Rules Committee Chairman Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) would upend 230 years of House tradition but respond to widespread calls for remote voting options for lawmakers. PowerPost

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Understanding RAID: How performance scales from one disk to eight

Enlarge / Behold—96TB of storage stacked on a workbench in an unwieldy, eight-high spiral. Don’t try this at home, kids; photography and system administration don’t mix very well. (credit: Jim Salter) One of the first big challenges neophyte sysadmins and data hoarding enthusiasts face is how to store more than a single disk worth of data. The short—and traditional—answer here ...

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Will I get a stimulus check if I defaulted on my student loans?

If your federal student loans are in default there’s good news: You get a temporary reprieve on wage garnishment and a stimulus check. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Grocery shopping online during coronavirus: Tips and tricks

With a high demand for online grocery delivery services it’s getting difficult to book a delivery slot. Here are some tips to help you get one. Financial, Economic and Money News – USATODAY.com

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Congress operates like a college, making a return to regular order complicated

On a typical day, more than 10,000 employees are spread across the Capitol complex while dozens of lawmakers live in their offices, a practice that would be difficult during the pandemic. PowerPost

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