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WASHINGTON/OTTAWA (Reuters) - An envelope addressed to the White House and intercepted by U.S. authorities contained a substance identified as ricin, a deadly poison that appeared to have been sent from Canada, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said on Saturday.
Explainer: Despite Trump claims, voter fraud is extremely rare. Here is how U.S. states keep it that way
(Reuters) - President Donald Trump and some Republican allies have repeatedly asserted, without evidence, that a surge in mail-in voting amid the coronavirus pandemic will lead to massive fraud in November's election.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Thursday he was blocking Democrats' effort to include funds for the U.S. Postal Service and election infrastructure in a new coronavirus relief bill, a bid to block more Americans from voting by mail during the pandemic.
Singapore's Central Depository among three bodies fined $47,000 in total for not securing personal data
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The Central Depository (CDP) and two other organisations have been fined a total of S$47,000 for breaching data privacy laws.
Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) will implement digital assessment billing beginning next year.
The first-ever “You’re Incredible Virtual Charity Run 2020” is being organised by The Incredibles Team of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia-Graduate School of Business to raise funds for a Rohingya community school in Kajang, Selangor.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (The Borneo Buleltin/ANN): Brunei's The Ministry of Health (MoH) has raised the red flag on a dietary product found to contain sibutramine, following testing by the Department of Scientific Services under MoH.
After years of simmering controversy over sexism in the video game industry, change may be on its way after outrage came to a boil with a C-suite massacre at Ubisoft.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With the number of Americans voting by mail on Nov. 3 expected to nearly double due to COVID-19, election experts see little reason to expect an increase in ballot fraud, despite President Donald Trump's repeated claims.