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The coronavirus pandemic is highlighting growth in inequality in Communist Cuba as worsening shortages force most citizens to spend hours in line to purchase basic goods while the better-off are shopping online.
A White House advisory panel on May 19 will call for the government and private industry to work together to build a new technological infrastructure to support future jobs and provide the underpinnings critical to a solid economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Weslie Siao, a former Chinese-language instructor, worked with two teachers to obtain confidential information on university exams, court finds. All three were found guilty of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office and now face up to two years in jail.
South Korea will make artificial intelligence and wireless communications centerpieces of what it is touting as a "New Deal” to create jobs and boost growth after the coronavirus pandemic subsides.
Social distancing has changed everything, including how to care for a loved one with Alzheimer or dementia. There might be an increase of stress, confusion and behaviour issues during this time because of their disrupted routine, according to the Alzheimer Association.
It's no secret that apps can turn your phone into a valuable tool for health and fitness. But with hundreds of thousands available, finding a good one can seem daunting.
From endless scrolling on Instagram to graphic TV shows such as 13 Reasons Why, US suicide-prevention experts have several theories for what has caused a surging increase in suicide among the nation's youth.
Myanmar lawyer Thiri had been excited about her wedding and new job this year – before the coronavirus threw both into doubt. With the stars very much unaligned, she turned to an astrology app for help.
In her senior year of high school, Sarah Madaus often had panic attacks when her friends or family wanted to eat out because she could not control the sodium and sugar in restaurant dishes.
The lockdown gripping much of the world economy has spurred a real-time stress test of the long-heralded digital future.