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4 fitness apps for staying active and motivated

smartphones.reviewed.com — I've always loved to run. When I lived in Washington, D.C., I laced up my running shoes almost daily and weaved between the monuments on the National Mall with my running partner. We knew the best routes with the least sun and the most scenery.

Isaiah Washington tells African Americans to boycott work today

wtsp.com — Actor Isaiah Washington wants every single African American to boycott work on Monday. "No work. No school. No shopping for 24 hours," the former Grey's Anatomy star wrote on Facebook.

Isaiah Washington tells African Americans to boycott work Monday

wtsp.com — Actor Isaiah Washington wants every single African American to boycott work on Monday. "No work. No school. No shopping for 24 hours," the former Grey's Anatomy star wrote on Facebook.

Isaiah Washington tells African-Americans to boycott work Monday

usatoday.com — Actor Isaiah Washington wants every single African American to boycott work on Monday. "No work. No school. No shopping for 24 hours," the former Grey's Anatomy star wrote on Facebook.

#Launched: Inside the real start-up battlefield

usatoday.com — In season one of HBO's Silicon Valley, the entrepreneurs at fictional start-up Pied Piper make an appearance at TechCrunch Disrupt. The event's "start-up battlefield" - a real event that's legendary among new start-ups in the real Silicon Valley - launched Pied Piper into start-up success.

Passwords get the boot as students use their own QR codes

usatoday.com — SAN JOSE, Calif. - Children's classrooms are fast becoming high-tech hubs. New education tech applications are changing what teachers can do, who they can reach and how much power they take back from a standardized system. Others strive to give teachers a precious gift: time.

Fitbit's new device can track your swimming

smh.com.au — Good news for step-counting swimmers: Fitbit's newest line of fitness trackers includes a waterproof device that recognises when you start to swim and measures your laps. The Flex 2 is an update to Fitbit's cheapest device, the Flex, and will sell in Australia for $150.

Fitbit unveils new tracker for swimming

usatoday.com — Good news for step-counting swimmers: Fitbit's newest line of fitness trackers includes a waterproof device that recognizes when you start to swim and measures your laps. The Flex 2 is an update to Fitbit's cheapest device, the Flex, which sells for $99.

For deeper understanding, political conversation moves to Medium

usatoday.com — There's a lot to talk about in this presidential election cycle and some of it just doesn't fit into 140 characters. For more, many are turning to longer-form publishing platform Medium - and there is plenty to read. Donald Trump (Photo: John Moore, Getty Images) The Harvard Republican Club used Medium to announce that they were refusing to endorse Trump.

Twitter responds #SaysWho to Trump’s lawyer’s ‘Says who?”

usatoday.com — On Twitter, the question of the day is #SaysWho? The trend started after CNN's Brianna Keilar interviewed Trump Organization lawyer Michael Cohen about the hiring of campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and CEO Stephen Bannon. The following ensued when Cohen questioned exactly who claimed Trump is down in the polls.
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Sep 30, 2016

Is it just me? Or could everyone watch the @PetSmart commercial with the dogs walking in slow mo to @FifthHarmony's "Worth It" on repeat?

Sep 29, 2016

The USA TODAY Editorial Board traditionally has not made voting recommendations. This is why it broke tradition.  http://usat.ly/2dIgQmh 

Sep 29, 2016

These are the eight reasons that USA TODAY's Editorial Board says Trump is "unfit for the presidency" https://t.co/9wy5Ai4SLH https://t.co/xDOPgosCz7

Sep 29, 2016

USA TODAY always publishes a counterpoint to its editorials. This is Mike Pence's.  http://usat.ly/2dIl4uk 

Sep 29, 2016

In all of @USATODAY's 34-year history, the publication has never taken sides in a presidential race. Until now.  http://usat.ly/2dIjh8C 

Sep 29, 2016

RT @jmbacon: Christie: Sole victim of NJ train wreck was not passenger; train engineer cooperating with investigators. (Pic:AFP)… https://t.co/Tp5OTEHdV5

Sep 28, 2016

RT @revieweddotcom: It's National Women's Health & Fitness Day! Here are 4 #fitness apps for staying active & motivated: https://t.co/5bsMp

Sep 28, 2016

It's Women's Health & Fitness Day! Need help getting moving? Try my favorite fitness apps  http://bit.ly/2cCerEL  https://t.co/AqthYSYiuL

Sep 28, 2016

Ha! Good one, @classpass. On their support line: "See if you can hold a plank from now until our next team member is free." https://t.co/uSZAIWTbmj


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