December 3, 2020

It is a relief to know that the new year will bring a renewed trust in science and issue experts from the highest levels of our government. But we don’t have to wait till January: A new study counters White House claims that more testing leads to more cases; Lawmakers just found out that government agencies are making a surprising purchase potentially impacting us all; TIME just crowned their first-ever “Kid of the Year,” and is so TOTALLY deserving; and How can an app help with remote holiday office parties? Kind of ingenious. Go beyond the headlines…

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