Don’t forget to clean your earphones as well. You can use any hand sanitiser for the same | Gadgets Now

With the number of coronavirus cases reported from across the world crossing 93,500, the responsibility to contain the COVID-19 lies with all citizens. However, there’s no reason to panic and one just needs to exercise caution by keeping up with basic hygiene. While much of the focus is somewhat diverted to wearing masks, gloves and washing hands, it is also important to disinfect personal gadgets like phones and laptops regularly. Global health research reports from time to time have cautioned that mobile phones are hotbed for bacteria and viruses and can be prime disease carriers. If your phone or laptop is contaminated by chance, no amount of hand washing will be fruitful. Here are 10 things you must do to prevent your smartphone, laptop from spreading infection…

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As Bernie Sanders Pushed for Closer Ties, Soviet Union Spotted Opportunity

Ultimate editorial stupid. Lots of cities looked to Russian sister cities in 80s and 90s – look it up!. This just plays into Russian attempt to turn off Bernie bros to not voting if Bernie does not get nomination. Russia thinks that would help to re-elect Putin’s poodle – Trump Previously unseen documents from a Soviet archive show how hard Mr. Sanders worked to find a sister city in Russia when he was a mayor in the 1980s. Moscow saw a chance for propaganda.

Excerpts from the Sanders Files in a Russian Archive

Why is NYT adding to Russian plan to convince Bernie backers to not vote in November if he does not get nomination? Stupidity? It is same thing they did in 2016. Convince people not to vote or to vote for 3rd party Here are five excerpts from an 89-page Soviet-era file that tracked the efforts made by Bernie Sanders in the 1980s to find a sister city in Russia for Burlington, Vt.

A joint resolution to direct the removal of United States Armed Forces from hostilities against the Islamic Republic of Iran that have not been authorized by Congress. (S.J.Res. 68) – GovTrack.us

S.J.Res. 68. In GovTrack.us, a database of bills in the U.S. Congress.

Source: A joint resolution to direct the removal of United States Armed Forces from hostilities against the Islamic Republic of Iran that have not been authorized by Congress. (S.J.Res. 68) – GovTrack.us