Neuroscientist: Skip breakfast sometimes and 2 other simple tips to boost your brain performance

And that’s what worries brain surgeon Jandial, who calls the “smart” pills being peddled and much of the advice being doled out unproven “nonsense.” In fact, it inspired Jandial to write a book with science-backed advice on how to achieve optimal brain performance. Rahul Jandial Rahul JandialJandial tells CNBC Make It that the best ways to boost brain power for peak performance are actually easier than people think. Research has shown that fasting can help to clear the mind and awaken the senses


And that’s what worries brain surgeon Jandial, who calls the “smart” pills being peddled and much of the advice being doled out unproven “nonsense.” In fact, it inspired Jandial to write a book with science-backed advice on how to achieve optimal brain performance. Rahul Jandial Rahul JandialJandial tells CNBC Make It that the best ways to boost brain power for peak performance are actually easier than people think. Research has shown that fasting can help to clear the mind and awaken the senses
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Neuroscientist: Skip breakfast sometimes and 2 other simple tips to boost your brain performance

The first time Rahul Jandial opened the skull of a living human being as a third-year medical resident at the University of California, San Diego, he knew he’d found his calling. “There’s a fear, of course, but also awe that you’re literally inside somebody’s head, which elicits intensity as well as excitement. I don’t want to sound indelicate, but for me, it’s a thrill,” Jandial says. But you don’t have to be a neurosurgeon to be fascinated by the brain. Everyone from Silicon Valley tycoons to biohackers are dabbling in cognitive performance enhancers known as nootropics, which tout improved cognition by a drop of a pill. And that’s what worries brain surgeon Jandial, who calls the “smart” pills being peddled and much of the advice being doled out unproven “nonsense.” In fact, it inspired Jandial to write a book with science-backed advice on how to achieve optimal brain performance. “I’ve known students in my medical school classes who thought they get better grades by taking ‘smart’ pills, which in truth only allowed them to work longer and harder at being just as stellar or mediocre as they were to begin with,” Jandial, a dual-trained brain surgeon and neuroscientist at City of Hope in Duarte, California writes in his new book, “Neurofitness: A Brain Surgeon’s Secrets to Boost Performance and Unleash Creativity.”

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Jandial tells CNBC Make It that the best ways to boost brain power for peak performance are actually easier than people think. Here are his top three:

1. Skipping breakfast twice a week

Intermittent fasting may be trendy, but fasting is nothing new: Several of the world’s major religions call for periodic fasting, and Jandial thinks that might have to do with how it affects the brain. Research has shown that fasting can help to clear the mind and awaken the senses while also boosting brain functioning. Two days a week, Jandial himself practices intermittent fasting — where you eat normally for eight hours a day, from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. for example, and then eat nothing except to drink water, coffee or plain tea for the other 16 hours — to boost his cognitive performance. Going without food for 16 hours (which can include the time you’re sleeping), increases your brain’s natural growth factors, he says, which essentially support the survival and growth of your brain’s neurons. The neurons are what allow information to be transmitted between areas of the brain and the rest of the body’s nervous system. So if your neurons are healthy and operating at full capacity, information will be transmitted faster and more clearly, he says, meaning you will be more focused and be able to obtain and store information more easily, improving cognitive performance. Other research from John Hopkins has also found that intermittent fasting may help your “brain ward off neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s while at the same improving memory and mood.” Jandial says an easy trick to help get 16 hours is to skip breakfast (which he actually does every day). Though breakfast has been dubbed the most important meal of the day, he says there is no evidence to support that theory. He himself practices 16-hour intermittent fasting on Mondays and Thursdays (to do non-consecutive days), skipping both breakfast and lunch and eating all his daily calories for dinner. He says while he sticks to the MIND diet (which consists of whole foods like fruit, vegetables, whole grains, beans, and nuts—as well as fish and some poultry) for brain benefits, “it doesn’t matter how much you eat or what you eat.” However, Jandial suggests individuals consult with their own doctor before trying any fast. Experts advise against some people, including the elderly, pregnant women and children, doing any type of fasting. And they caution there are risks with extreme fasts and fasting that lasts longer than 24 hours.

2. Deep breathing

To calm the mind before heading into a stressful work or life situation, Jandial suggests doing five minutes of slow, deep breathing. “Before you have to go see your boss or before you pull into that parking spot at work, just find a place to slowly breath in through your nose for a count of four, and then hold your breathe for a few seconds and then exhale slowly through your mouth for a count of four,” he says. Doing this “meditative breathing” two times a day will help calm the neurons in your brain, he says, which will also help your thoughts be “faster, quicker, and more original,” and he adds that this is typically when a person’s peak performance comes in. Mindful breathing’s brain-boosting powers are backed up by research: A study at the University of Oregon found that just 11 days of mindful breathing for an hour each day through a technique called integrative body-mind training (IBMT) “induces positive structural changes in brain connectivity by boosting efficiency in a part of the brain that helps a person regulate behavior in accordance with their goals.” Jandial adds that improved connectivity across different corners of your brain is directly involved in decision-making, impulse control and focus.

3. Being vertical

Stand or walk as much as possible at work, says Jandial. “The brain is meant to be on a vertical body and when a person is standing or walking, the brain showers itself with BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor, essentially a protein for the brain). BDNF is not a hormone like estrogen, it’s a growth factor. It’s like miracle grow for the flesh of the brain,” he says. Your brain thrives off these growth factors, according to Jandial, because they help to maintain the health of the 90 billion neurons humans have in our skulls, which ultimately improves the electrical communications between them and therefore brain performance. He says by being vertical, you are essentially giving yourself a brain drug like a nootropics without taking a pill or supplement. “Most people don’t realize that they already have the right ‘brain drugs’ inside them to help perform better,” he says. Like this story? Like CNBC Make It on Facebook. Don’t miss: Working long hours for a decade can increase stroke risk by 45%—here’s what can help A performance-enhancing pill based on the gut bacteria of elite athletes is in the works


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Google’s project to fill local news void announces first city: Youngstown, Ohio

Google has pledged to create a new digital news outlet in Youngstown, Ohio, as part of a multi-million dollar project with McClatchy to fill some of the void left by the closure of local newspapers. The company announced Thursday that Youngstown has been selected as the inaugural city for its joint news initiative, called the Compass Experiment. The Compass Experiment is part of the Google News Initiative, an effort launched by Google in March 2018. As part of the initiative, Google committed to


Google has pledged to create a new digital news outlet in Youngstown, Ohio, as part of a multi-million dollar project with McClatchy to fill some of the void left by the closure of local newspapers. The company announced Thursday that Youngstown has been selected as the inaugural city for its joint news initiative, called the Compass Experiment. The Compass Experiment is part of the Google News Initiative, an effort launched by Google in March 2018. As part of the initiative, Google committed to
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Google's project to fill local news void announces first city: Youngstown, Ohio

Google has pledged to create a new digital news outlet in Youngstown, Ohio, as part of a multi-million dollar project with McClatchy to fill some of the void left by the closure of local newspapers.

The company announced Thursday that Youngstown has been selected as the inaugural city for its joint news initiative, called the Compass Experiment. The program was rolled out in March with the goal of providing local news coverage to three small to mid-sized U.S. communities that are underserved.

The announced plan for Youngstown comes just a few weeks after the city’s daily newspaper, The Vindicator, said it would close its doors on Aug. 31. It’s just the latest paper to cease operations. The estimated circulation of U.S. daily newspapers plunged to 28.6 million in 2018 from 48.6 million a decade earlier, according to data from Pew Research Center.

Google said it expects to launch the new local news operation in Youngstown later this year.

“There has been much impassioned commentary around the closure of The Vindy after 150 years and we are pleased to play our part alongside McClatchy in helping local journalism develop new approaches for the future,” Richard Gingras, Google’s vice president of news, said in a statement to CNBC. “We want to explore evolving business models in local news that can benefit not only the people of Youngstown, but communities across the country.”

Mandy Jenkins, general manager of the Compass Experiment, said the team has been on the ground in Youngstown for the past several weeks meeting with local leaders and residents to discuss the “area’s news needs” following the Vindicator’s closure.

“We have found many allies eager to help bring this to life,” Jenkins added.

The Compass Experiment is part of the Google News Initiative, an effort launched by Google in March 2018. As part of the initiative, Google committed to spend $300 million over three years on a variety of local journalism projects.

Google said it’s spending millions on the Local Experiments Project, which will ultimately include the Youngstown site and two other local news sites as part of the Compass Experiment.

McClatchy said Thursday that it will select two additional cities in need of digital news sites “over the next several months.”

WATCH: Google’s Philipp Schindler talks about the shift to breaking news


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Trump says he wasn’t happy with ‘send her back’ rally chant targeting Ilhan Omar

President Donald Trump said Thursday that he isn’t happy with his supporters’ “send her back” chant directed at progressive Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., that erupted at his North Carolina rally on Wednesday. “I was not happy with it — I disagree with it,” Trump told reporters at the White House. Instead, it shows Trump paused as the chant began, allowing his supporters to continue before he launched into further criticism of the Minnesota Democrat. So, that’s Omar. That’s Omar,” Trump said after a


President Donald Trump said Thursday that he isn’t happy with his supporters’ “send her back” chant directed at progressive Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., that erupted at his North Carolina rally on Wednesday. “I was not happy with it — I disagree with it,” Trump told reporters at the White House. Instead, it shows Trump paused as the chant began, allowing his supporters to continue before he launched into further criticism of the Minnesota Democrat. So, that’s Omar. That’s Omar,” Trump said after a
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Trump says he wasn't happy with 'send her back' rally chant targeting Ilhan Omar

President Donald Trump said Thursday that he isn’t happy with his supporters’ “send her back” chant directed at progressive Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., that erupted at his North Carolina rally on Wednesday.

“I was not happy with it — I disagree with it,” Trump told reporters at the White House. Asked why he did not stop it, Trump said he thought he did.

“I started speaking very quickly,” Trump said.

Video of the event does not show the president disagreeing with his supporters. Instead, it shows Trump paused as the chant began, allowing his supporters to continue before he launched into further criticism of the Minnesota Democrat.

“She talked about the evil Israel and ‘It’s all about the Benjamins.’ Not a good thing to say. So, that’s Omar. That’s Omar,” Trump said after a pause. Omar apologized in February after she was accused of employing anti-Semitic tropes in tweets about Israel.


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IQOS boosts Philip Morris International’s quarterly profit, revenue. Stock jumps

PMI posted revenue of $7.7 billion, down 0.3% from the year-earlier quarter yet still better than the $7.37 billion analysts polled by Refinitiv expected. Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Lavery called momentum “broad-based,” pointing to market share gains in Germany, Italy and Spain. Japan, PMI’s most successful iQOS market, also showed improvement. Juul, which sells the market leading e-cigarette in the U.S., has started expanding overseas into markets where PMI sells iQOS. “We are watching close


PMI posted revenue of $7.7 billion, down 0.3% from the year-earlier quarter yet still better than the $7.37 billion analysts polled by Refinitiv expected. Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Lavery called momentum “broad-based,” pointing to market share gains in Germany, Italy and Spain. Japan, PMI’s most successful iQOS market, also showed improvement. Juul, which sells the market leading e-cigarette in the U.S., has started expanding overseas into markets where PMI sells iQOS. “We are watching close
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IQOS boosts Philip Morris International's quarterly profit, revenue. Stock jumps

Philip Morris International beat second-quarter earnings and revenue estimates and hiked its full-year forecast Thursday as its new tobacco products gained momentum, sending shares of the company up more than 9%.

PMI sells Marlboro cigarettes and other brands around the globe. The tobacco giant is trying to pivot away from cigarettes and toward new products, namely iQOS, which heats tobacco instead of burning it. The product drove the company’s performance in the quarter.

Cigarette volume fell 3.6% in the quarter, while volume for heated tobacco spiked6 37% in the quarter. The results — and Wall Street’s reaction — are a stark contrast from a little over a year ago when PMI’s stock had its worst day in a decade after revealing growth had slowed in Japan, a key market for iQOS.

“I think we’ve had a strategy for a number of years for a smoke-free transformation, and we’ve stuck through that strategy this entire time,” Chief Financial Officer Martin King said in a phone interview.

PMI reported second-quarter net income of $2.31 billion, or $1.49 per share, up from the $2.19 billion, or $1.41 the company reported in the year-earlier quarter. With litigation expenses related to Canadian lawsuits, asset impairment and exit costs, among other items, PMI earned $1.46 per share, above the $1.32 per share Wall Street expected.

PMI posted revenue of $7.7 billion, down 0.3% from the year-earlier quarter yet still better than the $7.37 billion analysts polled by Refinitiv expected.

PMI raised its full-year adjusted earnings forecast to $5.14 per share, up from the previously guided $5.09. Analysts were forecasting annual earnings of $5.16 per share.

Revenue for reduced-risk products, which iQOS is categorized in, totaled $1.53 billion in the quarter. Analysts had expected $1.24 billion, according to estimates from StreetAccount.

PMI said Russia was a bright spot for iQOS in the quarter. Reduced-risk product revenue in Eastern Europe, which includes Russia, jumped to $182 million in the quarter from $65 million a year earlier. PMI said it increased spending in the region, primarily in Russia, to bring iQOS to more markets.

Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Lavery called momentum “broad-based,” pointing to market share gains in Germany, Italy and Spain. Japan, PMI’s most successful iQOS market, also showed improvement. IQOS is available in 48 markets.

PMI said it would up its spending on iQOS this year by a third, from $300 million to $400 million.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared iQOS earlier this year. Altria will license iQOS and sell the device in the U.S., with plans to introduce it in Atlanta this summer. King said PMI has shared lessons it learned in rolling out iQOS across Europe with Altria to help with its introduction to U.S. consumers.

“You have to get that initial understanding and you have to make it easy for people, adult smokers, to try the product and make sure they like it,” King said. “We’ve shared that with Altria. They’re very attentive, very good. Their plan is terrific. We have a great deal of confidence they’ll be successful in the U.S.”

Altria invested $12.8 billion for a stake in e-cigarette giant Juul late last year. Juul, which sells the market leading e-cigarette in the U.S., has started expanding overseas into markets where PMI sells iQOS. King told analysts that PMI is not seeing any impact on overall results, “but it is early days.”

“We are watching closely,” King told analysts, adding that PMI is investing in its own e-cigarettes to compete with Juul.

Philip Morris International and Altria used to be one company. Altria spun off its international business in 2008, forming an independent company that would sell its cigarette brands outside of the U.S.


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‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ to be rated R, bring back Eddie Furlong as John Connor

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger will be joined by another familiar face in the upcoming film “Terminator: Dark Fate” — Eddie Furlong, who played John Connor in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” The film, which director Tim Miller ( “Deadpool”) said would be rated R during a San Diego Comic-Con panel Thursday, deals with the consequences of destroying Cyberdyne at the end of “Terminator 2.” “We came up with all kinds of crazy stuff you’ve never seen before.” “Dark Fate” will ignore the plot


Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger will be joined by another familiar face in the upcoming film “Terminator: Dark Fate” — Eddie Furlong, who played John Connor in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” The film, which director Tim Miller ( “Deadpool”) said would be rated R during a San Diego Comic-Con panel Thursday, deals with the consequences of destroying Cyberdyne at the end of “Terminator 2.” “We came up with all kinds of crazy stuff you’ve never seen before.” “Dark Fate” will ignore the plot
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'Terminator: Dark Fate' to be rated R, bring back Eddie Furlong as John Connor

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger will be joined by another familiar face in the upcoming film “Terminator: Dark Fate” — Eddie Furlong, who played John Connor in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”

The film, which director Tim Miller ( “Deadpool”) said would be rated R during a San Diego Comic-Con panel Thursday, deals with the consequences of destroying Cyberdyne at the end of “Terminator 2.”

“My one caveat: If I was gonna do it, I wanted Arnold involved,” James Cameron, who wrote and directed the first two films in the franchise, said while streaming live from the set of his upcoming “Avatar” sequels. “We came up with all kinds of crazy stuff you’ve never seen before.”

“Dark Fate” will ignore the plot of the sequels “Terminator 3,” “Terminator: Salvation” and “Terminator: Genisys,” in an attempt to reboot the franchise. The sequels were poorly received by critics and fans and were unsuccessful at the box office.


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European Central Bank set for a rate cut in September, economists predict

The European Central Bank (ECB) will next week open the door to an interest rate cut for September, economists have predicted. The deposit facility rate defines the interest banks receive for depositing money with the central bank overnight, and has been negative since June 2014. The current ECB interest rates on its main refinancing operations, marginal lending facility and deposit facility sit at 0%, 0.25% and -0.40% respectively. Against the backdrop of a global slowdown and weak inflationary


The European Central Bank (ECB) will next week open the door to an interest rate cut for September, economists have predicted. The deposit facility rate defines the interest banks receive for depositing money with the central bank overnight, and has been negative since June 2014. The current ECB interest rates on its main refinancing operations, marginal lending facility and deposit facility sit at 0%, 0.25% and -0.40% respectively. Against the backdrop of a global slowdown and weak inflationary
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European Central Bank set for a rate cut in September, economists predict

The European Central Bank (ECB) will next week open the door to an interest rate cut for September, economists have predicted.

The ECB’s Governing Council is set to meet next Thursday in Frankfurt after euro zone inflation data for June came in higher than expected this week at 1.3%, but remained well below the central bank’s target rate of just below 2%.

The ECB is juggling political uncertainty and an economy sluggishly battling external weaknesses, which have led to a dovish tone of late from its President Mario Draghi.

S&P Global Ratings economists Marion Amiot and Sylvain Broyer expect the ECB to cut its deposit rate by 10 basis points following its September meeting, and potentially resume quantitative easing (QE) in the form of 15 billion euros ($16.85 billion) in asset purchases in October. The deposit facility rate defines the interest banks receive for depositing money with the central bank overnight, and has been negative since June 2014.

“The European economy is still evolving at low gear and two speeds, with robust service activity on the one side but no obvious recovering in manufacturing on the other,” Amiot and Broyer said in a note Thursday.

The German and Italian economies, considered Europe’s premier manufacturing powerhouses, are hovering close to recessionary territory and remain susceptible to several external risks, such as Brexit, the U.S.-China trade war, Iran, a Chinese economic slowdown and potential U.S. tariffs on European car imports.

The S&P economists project that manufacturing weakness is likely to weigh on the robust service sector, suggesting we could see “more downward revisions to growth and inflation forecasts this year.”

The current ECB interest rates on its main refinancing operations, marginal lending facility and deposit facility sit at 0%, 0.25% and -0.40% respectively. Against the backdrop of a global slowdown and weak inflationary pressures, S&P expects the ECB to adjust its forward guidance next Thursday to accommodate a rate cut of 10 basis points (bps) in September.

“A downward bias would allow the ECB to cut rates as soon as September 2019, if the euro strengthens on looser policy by the U.S. Federal Reserve System and market-based inflation expectations do not increase markedly from their current lows,” the note explained.

It added that because the ECB lengthened the timeframe of its forward guidance by one year in June, this meeting would be too early to alter that aspect of the guidance again. However, S&P anticipates that the ECB will “have more work to do in the future on its communication” given the slow development of the euro zone economy.

Amiot and Broyer do not expect the central bank to be able to raise rates again until at least the second quarter of 2021.


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The top 10 public US colleges that pay off the most

Here is CNBC Make It’s 2019 list of the top 10 U.S. public colleges that pay off the most:1. The large public university offers more than 180 majors and is known for its computer science program. The public university offers 263 degree programs, enrolls 29,026 undergraduate students and is known for its athletics program. The public university, which is located in Williamsburg, Virginia, is often referred to as a “Public Ivy.” Michigan Technological UniversityMichigan Technical University Jcvert


Here is CNBC Make It’s 2019 list of the top 10 U.S. public colleges that pay off the most:1. The large public university offers more than 180 majors and is known for its computer science program. The public university offers 263 degree programs, enrolls 29,026 undergraduate students and is known for its athletics program. The public university, which is located in Williamsburg, Virginia, is often referred to as a “Public Ivy.” Michigan Technological UniversityMichigan Technical University Jcvert
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The top 10 public US colleges that pay off the most

Then, using data from PayScale’s College Salary Report, we divided net cost by graduates’ expected annual earnings, which was calculated based on the median salary of graduates with less than five years of experience as well as those with 10 or more years of experience. The ranking gives greater weight to workers’ earnings in the years immediately after college, when individuals are the most impacted by college costs and student debt. (You can read our full methodology here.) The top public university on our list is the University of Washington in Seattle, a school where the average net cost for in-state students from families that make between $48,001 and $75,000 per year is $8,984 and the median salary for alumni with 10 or more years of experience is $111,800. Here is CNBC Make It’s 2019 list of the top 10 U.S. public colleges that pay off the most:

1. University of Washington, Seattle

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The University of Washington, Seattle, is the flagship school of the University of Washington school system. The large public university offers more than 180 majors and is known for its computer science program. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $8,984

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $59,900

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $111,800

Salary average, early and mid career: $85,850

2. University of Washington, Bothell

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Also a member of the University of Washington school system, the University of Washington, Bothell, is a public university that offers roughly 55 degree programs and enrolls just 5,411 undergraduate students. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $8,767

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $58,200

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $104,100

Salary average, early and mid career: $81,150

3. Massachusetts Maritime Academy

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Massachusetts Maritime Academy is a public college located in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, that offers bachelor’s and master’s of science degrees in marine engineering fields. Many MMA students choose to volunteer for military service, though it is not a requirement. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $10,235

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $67,200

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $114,600

Salary average, early and mid career: $90,900

4. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, is the flagship campus of the University of Michigan school system. The public university offers 263 degree programs, enrolls 29,026 undergraduate students and is known for its athletics program. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $10,106

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $62,000

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $107,900

Salary average, early and mid career: $84,950

5. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta

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Georgia Institute of Technology, often referred to as “Georgia Tech,” is a public university located in Atlanta. The school offers technology-focused education to more than 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students across six colleges and 28 schools focusing on business, computing, design, engineering, the liberal arts and sciences. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $12,284

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $70,800

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $131,900

Salary average, early and mid career: $101,350

6. Purdue University, West Lafayette

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Purdue University’s campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, is the flagship campus of the Purdue University system. The public university enrolls 32,672 undergraduate students. Known for its strong engineering program, 28% of undergraduate students at Purdue study in the College of Engineering. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $10,828

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $60,200

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $105,800

Salary average, early and mid career: $83,000

7. College of William and Mary

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Founded in 1693, the College of William and Mary is the second-oldest college in the country. The public university, which is located in Williamsburg, Virginia, is often referred to as a “Public Ivy.” The school offers a joint degree program with University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $11,320

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $57,100

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $113,600

Salary average, early and mid career: $85,350

8. Michigan Technological University

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Michigan Technological University is a public university located in Houghton, Michigan. The technology-focused school is made up of seven colleges and schools including a College of Computing, a College of Engineering and a School of Business and Economics. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $12,080

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $64,600

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $110,200

Salary average, early and mid career: $87,400

9. University of California, Los Angeles

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One of the most selective schools in the University of California school system, the University of California, Los Angeles, is known for its strong athletics department. The most popular majors at UCLA are biology, business economics, political science, psychology and psychobiology. Average net cost (income $48,001-$75,000): $12,416

Median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience: $60,000

Median salary for alumni with 10+ years of experience: $118,500

Salary average, early and mid career: $89,250

10. Baruch College

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Judge denies Jeffrey Epstein bail in child sex trafficking case, citing ‘danger’ to public

Courtroom sketch showing Jeffrey Epstein at his bail hearing in New York on July 15th, 2019. A federal judge on Thursday denied bail to wealthy investor Jeffrey Epstein, citing the potential danger he poses to the public and the risk that Epstein will flee to avoid prosecution for child sex trafficking charges. The decision by Judge Richard Berman means that the 66-year-old Epstein will remain in jail pending trial in the case, where he faces up to 45 years in prison if convicted. The judge also


Courtroom sketch showing Jeffrey Epstein at his bail hearing in New York on July 15th, 2019. A federal judge on Thursday denied bail to wealthy investor Jeffrey Epstein, citing the potential danger he poses to the public and the risk that Epstein will flee to avoid prosecution for child sex trafficking charges. The decision by Judge Richard Berman means that the 66-year-old Epstein will remain in jail pending trial in the case, where he faces up to 45 years in prison if convicted. The judge also
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Judge denies Jeffrey Epstein bail in child sex trafficking case, citing 'danger' to public

Courtroom sketch showing Jeffrey Epstein at his bail hearing in New York on July 15th, 2019.

A federal judge on Thursday denied bail to wealthy investor Jeffrey Epstein, citing the potential danger he poses to the public and the risk that Epstein will flee to avoid prosecution for child sex trafficking charges.

The decision by Judge Richard Berman means that the 66-year-old Epstein will remain in jail pending trial in the case, where he faces up to 45 years in prison if convicted.

“I doubt any bail package could overcome dangerousness …. to community,” Berman said during a hearing in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, agreeing with the recommendation by prosecutors to keep Epstein locked up.

Berman said that risk was “the heart of this decision” to deny the financier release on bond.

He noted that two women who claim they were abused by Epstein gave “compelling testimony” at a court hearing on Monday, where they had expressed “fear for their safety.”

The judge also called Epstein’s proposal for bail “irretrievably inadequate.”

Epstein, a former friend of Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, had asked Berman to release him on a bond of as high as $100 million or more.

Epstein had also suggested strict bail conditions, which could include requiring him to remain in his New York City mansion, round-the-clock security monitoring and an electronic tracking device.

But Berman said that prosecutors had established that Epstein could be dangerous by “clear and convincing evidence,” and had shown by a “preponderance” of evidence that he could flee.

The judge noted that Epstein’s “great wealth and his vast resources,” which include private planes and a residence in Paris, France.

And Berman said Epstein’s possession of a passport issued by the country of Austria worried him.

That expired passport has Epstein’s photo but a different name on it, as well as stated residence in Saudi Arabia. It was used in the 1980s for travel, according to prosecutors.

Berman’s decision additionally noted that Epstein recently made payments to potential witnesses against him, that there have been allegations that Epstein failed to comply with requirements for registered sex offenders, and that agents of his intimidated witnesses in a prior investigation.


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