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An American study conducted with 963 parents of teenagers aged between 13 and 18 years old shows that 86% of them felt their children devote too much time to video games.
Malaysian writer Joshua Kam, 23, is the youngest winner of Singapore's Epigram Books Fiction Prize, which opened submissions to Asean writers for the first time.
Archive on Native American photographs wants to avoid 'faceless stereotypes' and embrace accurate descriptions of subjects and the circumstances in which photos were taken.
Diabetes medications and blood-test supplies are sold, traded and donated on black markets because the U.S. healthcare system isn't meeting patients' needs, a study shows.
WHILE the world is heading into the Christmas Holiday period, markets are not standing still, reaching the new record highs.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Less than half of all Americans say President Donald Trump should be removed from office following his impeachment by the U.S. House of Representatives, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Thursday, presenting a challenge for Democrats who will seek his ouster in a U.S. Senate trial.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's re-election campaign is countering impeachment efforts against him with a new surge in Facebook ads, while his Democratic rivals are saying little on the subject on the social media site or the campaign trail.
It can often be difficult for parents to differentiate between the mood swings of adolescence and actual depression.
Internet connectivity is trickling back in Iran after the government shut down access to the rest of the world for more than four days in response to unrest apparently triggered by a gasoline price hike.
A red laser slices through the air, landing on the top of an Amazon Echo sitting inside a house. Suddenly, the garage door opens, a burglar slides in, uses another laser to have the Echo start the car and drives off.