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A dance studio in Florida. A martial arts centre in Missouri. Libraries in San Francisco. These and other places in the United States are taking on a somewhat unlikely new role this fall – welcoming children for supervised distance learning while their parents go to work.
Emergency responders in the Pacific Northwest are fighting misinformation along with raging wildfires as people spread unsubstantiated social media posts blaming coordinated groups of arsonists from both the far left and far right for setting the blazes.
China’s ByteDance faces an uphill struggle to convince the White House to allow it to keep majority ownership of its popular short video app TikTok in the United States, according to former national security officials and regulatory lawyers.
Shaming people who get sick or don’t follow the rules in a public health crisis has been a thing since well before coronavirus, researchers say. But the warp speed and reach of social media in the pandemic era gives the practice an aggressive new dimension.
Emergency responders and engineers in Britain said on Tuesday they have successfully tested “the world’s first jet suit paramedic”, which could transform how life-savers reach isolated casualty sites.
Emergency responders and engineers in Britain said on Sept 29 that they have successfully tested "the world's first jet suit paramedic", which could transform how life-savers reach isolated casualty sites.
Artful photos of sunsets and ice cream are being challenged by more activist content on Instagram as it turns 10 years old in a time of social justice protests, climate crisis, and the pandemic.
Amazon.com Inc’s analysis of Covid-19 infection rates among its workers has several flaws and falls short of assessing whether the world’s biggest online retailer did a good job protecting its workforce through the pandemic, according to infectious disease experts who track pandemics.
Social media influencers, partisan news outlets and even US President Donald Trump’s son are driving the spread of online misinformation swirling around the US vote, casting doubt on this year’s election and prematurely raising suspicions about the accuracy of its results.