What Georgia’s Reopening Can Teach The Rest Of U.S. | Morning Joe | MSNBC

What can a state like Georgia, which reopened portions of its economy sooner than other states, teach the rest of the country? Steve Rattner joins Morning Joe with charts. Aired on 05/22/2020.
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Trump: I would “rely heavily” on health experts when deciding to reopen U.S. economy

Some of President Trump’s top economic advisers are reportedly eyeing May 1 to reopen the U.S. economy, but Mr. Trump says he will “rely heavily” on health experts to make that decision. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett and Politico White House correspondent and associate editor Anita Kumar join Elaine Quijano to discuss Thursday’s top headlines from the White House.

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If U.S. blocks N95 mask exports, what does it mean for Canada?

U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered U.S.-based company 3M to stop exporting masks. Two experts explain what this means for Canada.

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How To Fix an Economic Crisis

Ok so lets say you find yourself as the head of state of some country during an impending economic crash, share markets are down, business are closing, unemployment is rising and everybody is looking to you to provide economic guidance on how to weather this turmoil.

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Trump’s Chaotic Response to Coronavirus & What’s Next for Democrats | The Common Good w Robert Reich

In this episode of The Common Good, Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich discusses Joe Biden’s surge, the establishment’s role in his comeback, why Democrats can’t win without young people or the progressive force behind Bernie Sanders, the Trump administration’s chaotic response to the coronavirus outbreak, the economic fallout from the pandemic, and the abortion case in front of the Supreme Court.

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What Trump’s proposed 2021 budget says about his policy priorities

President Trump unveiled a $4.8 trillion budget proposal for the 2021 fiscal year on Monday. His plan includes cuts to Medicaid and other social safety net programs, as well as an increase in funding for the Department of Homeland Security. Yamiche Alcindor joins Amna Nawaz to discuss how the president’s “wish list” illustrates his continued commitment to a hardline stance on immigration policy.

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Americans know wealth inequality is a problem, but what does it look like?

The growing gap between rich and poor Americans is one of the U.S.’s biggest challenges, with the top 1% controlling more wealth now than at any time in the last 50 years. A recent survey found that over half the country thinks it’s a problem, though most people might not know exactly what wealth inequality looks like. Tony Dokoupil speaks to Americans to see if they know what their “share of the pie” looks like.

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Year 2020: What promises, hopes

Year 2020: What promises, hopes

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What If There Was 1 Woman for 7 Billion Men

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It all started about a century and a half ago. Girls just stopped being born — every child in every family was a boy. At first, people didn’t pay much attention to it, and in some more traditional cultures, it was even considered good luck! Families got hale and hearty heirs, and all was well.

But then, after a while, they started feeling that something was off. This was especially evident in smaller communities, where children weren’t born as often as in big cities and everyone knew each other. A boy here, a boy there. No girls in sight. Ten years passed, and there were hundreds and thousands of boys approaching their teenage years — but still no girls…

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– There were, of course, girls in schools, those aged from 11 upwards, so there wasn’t much concern about demographics even then.
– Kindergartens had more troubles, though. There were simply no girls at all — they looked like boarding schools for boys more than anything else.
– TV, radio, and the Internet started issuing news about the problem, and soon it became obvious that it was the same all over the world: nobody had given birth to a girl for many years.
– Boys are highly inflammable by nature, and conflicts arose daily. If the smallest of the kids could still be reined in, teenagers were becoming downright unruly.
– Years flew by, and the world was growing less and less stable. Everyone under the age of 40 was male, no exceptions.
– After a hundred years came recession. No women were left in the world, and even the word became somewhat archaic.
– No kids at all. Kindergartens were all closed and abandoned; schools were growing sparse, with fewer and fewer students attending, until there were none left there either.
– But then… a miracle happened. One scientific laboratory specializing in gene modifications suddenly informed the world that its researchers managed to create an embryo with two similar types of chromosomes, XX.
– In less than a year, it became obvious that the genetic experiment was a success. The embryo was alive and well, growing inside a special vial with everything it could need.
– The news made headlines across the planet. The first girl in over a hundred years! And her name was Aurora…
– She met with people, talked to them, and they wondered at her, having never seen anyone like her.
– Thanks to Aurora’s genetic material, scientists have been able to create several more embryos. They were all alive and well. And 5 of them… were female.

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Sree Iyer recalls the time when Osmania University was shut down

Students of Engineering College in Osmania University were agitating against the introduction of capitation fee colleges in AP. The then govt. of Congress, led by Chenna Reddy closed down the campus for months and forged ahead, says Sree Iyer.
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