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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating whether financial technology companies including Atlanta-based Kabbage Inc may have erred while distributing billions of dollars in pandemic aid to struggling small businesses, three people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Rethinking office spaces to promote better health.
Lung cancer from cigarette smoking is the second most common cancer among men in Malaysia, and the fourth among women.
Malaysia’s Buddhist chief high priest says the unique circumstances of the MCO presents an opportunity for Buddhists to observe Wesak Day in a more spiritual way this year.
The leading standalone convenience store chain in Malaysia, 7-Eleven Malaysia, along with its partner, Lucence, a precision oncology company, demonstrated its brand commitment of ‘Always There For You’ by donating 2,000 SAFER-Sample™ kits -- saliva sample collection kits for coronavirus detection -- worth more than RM260,000, to the Ministry of Health (MOH) Malaysia on April 30, in meaningful support of the country’s collective efforts in combating the current COVID-19 outbreak.
NEW YORK: Walt Disney Co estimated on Tuesday that global measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic cut profits by $1.4 billion, mostly from its shuttered theme parks, but said it would reopen Shanghai Disneyland to a reduced number of visitors next week.
WASHINGTON(Reuters) - The Trump administration is drafting a legal blueprint for mining on the moon under a new U.S.-sponsored international agreement called the Artemis Accords, people familiar with the proposed pact told Reuters.
(Reuters) - An invasive, predatory insect dubbed the "murder hornet," has turned up in Washington state near the Canadian border, where they could potentially pose a threat to humans and the beekeeping industry, state agriculture officials said on Monday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday denied any involvement by the U.S. government in what Venezuelan officials have called a failed armed incursion in the South American country that led to the capture of two American "mercenaries."
KUCHING: Ever since the movement control order (MCO) began on March 18, airport staff in Sarawak’s interior areas have been working to ensure that air transport continues to operate smoothly to bring in food and medical supplies to remote communities.