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Elon Musk said working from home during the pandemic 'tricked' people into thinking they don't need to work hard. He's dead wrong, economists say.
Insider spoke to three economists who said a shift toward remote work has not damaged worker productivity — and may have even improved it.
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'Spy Kids' star Alexa PenaVega on why she left Hollywood for a Christian life: 'I needed a heart reset'
Alexa PenaVega and her husband Carlos PenaVega, now residing in Hawaii, wrote a memoir titled “What If Love Is the Point? Living for Jesus in a Self-Consumed World."
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A high school science teacher asked her students to make her laugh for extra credit on a recent assignment, and her class certainly delivered.
A Chinese father who reportedly tutored his son daily for a year went viral for bursting into tears after his son scored six out of 100 points on a math exam. The child’s parents from Zhengzhou, Henan Province, received his test score on June 23. Upon learning that their son had only received six points for his final math test, the father burst into tears, as seen in a video posted to Weibo by Qilu Evening News.