Going beyond 'back to normal' – 5 research-based tips for emerging from pandemic life

about 1 year ago

US Senate Republicans Set to Block Capitol Riot Inquiry Panel

about 1 year ago

Lawmakers to use filibuster which requires approval of a supermajority of senators – 60 of 100 members — before a bill can go forward

7 Things to Know About Trump Criminal Investigation

about 1 year ago

News that grand jury has been seated in New York City suggests criminal charges might be coming 

California Police Search for Motive After Shooter Kills 9 in San Jose

about 1 year ago

Mass killing is 15th in US this year alone, according to statistics compiled by The Associated Press, USA Today and Northeastern University

Harris to Announce Business Investments in Central America

about 1 year ago

Participants include corporate giants such as Mastercard and Microsoft as well as Pro Mujer, a nonprofit that focuses on providing aid to low-income women in Latin America

Harris to Announce Business Investments in Central America

about 1 year ago

Participants include corporate giants such as Mastercard and Microsoft as well as Pro Mujer, a nonprofit that focuses on providing aid to low-income women in Latin America

Harris to Announce Business Investments in Central America

about 1 year ago

Participants include corporate giants such as Mastercard and Microsoft as well as Pro Mujer, a nonprofit that focuses on providing aid to low-income women in Latin America

Even little kids follow the rules to fit in with the crowd

by Robin Smith-Duke, about 1 year ago

What makes children behave? New research shows that instead of following the adult "leader," they may just want to be part of the crowd.

HBO Max Airs Highly-Anticipated 'Friends' Reunion

about 1 year ago

In the 1990s and early-aughts, the six-member cast of provided hours of joy to US television viewers, soon after spreading to markets abroad and most recently cheering up audiences during COVID

HBO Max Airs Highly-Anticipated 'Friends' Reunion

about 1 year ago

In the 1990s and early-aughts, the six-member cast of provided hours of joy to US television viewers, soon after spreading to markets abroad and most recently cheering up audiences during COVID

'Turncoat' antibodies are major culprits in severe COVID-19

by Bill Hathaway-Yale, about 1 year ago

"Antibodies are crucial to fend off infection, but some COVID-19 patients also develop antibodies that damage their own cells and tissues."

AFRICOM helps partners address security, COVID-19

by ShareAmerica, about 1 year ago

U.S. Africa Command is supporting African nations in countering extremist groups and fighting COVID-19. Learn about AFRICOM's many partnerships.

Uganda Sees Sharp Rise in COVID-19 Cases 

about 1 year ago

From 200 cases per day in April, the East African country is now recording over 1,000 cases per day amid a looming vaccine shortage

Media Imperialism With Oliver Boyd-Barrett

by CT Staff, about 1 year ago

This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by CT Staff Dr. Oliver Boyd-Barrett is the author of Media Imperialism. He is a professor emeritus of Bowling Green State University, Ohio and a professor emeritus at of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Read more at Media Imperialism With Oliver Boyd-Barrett

US Jobless Benefit Claims Drop for 4th Straight Week  

about 1 year ago

World’s biggest economy steadily recovering from coronavirus  

The Uyghur Question: Struggling to Monopolize the Narrative

by Oliver Boyd-Barrett, about 1 year ago

This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by Oliver Boyd-Barrett The Background Xinjiang, a province of northwestern China, accounts for 640,000 square miles, equal to two-thirds the size of continental Europe. It is China’s largest region, but mostly desert, and produces a fifth of the world’s cotton. There have been significant recent discoveries of oil and gas. The region accounts for 25% of all known […] Read more at The Uyghur Question: Struggling to Monopolize the Narrative

California Killer of 9 Had Talked of Workplace Attacks

about 1 year ago

Samuel Cassidy's ex-wife says even more than a decade ago, he was often resentful of his work

Japanese American soldiers in World War II fought the Axis abroad and racial prejudice at home

about 1 year ago

New COVID-19 Outbreak Sends Australia’s Victoria State into 4th Lockdown 

about 1 year ago

Acting state Premier tells reporters new outbreak is due to 'highly infectious strain' of virus, which is running faster than we have ever recorded'

Cameroon Clears Abandoned Mental Health Patients from Streets

about 1 year ago

Authorities say number of psychiatric patients is increasing due to crises and drug use

Young male and female orangutans have different role models

by U. Zurich, about 1 year ago

Social learning in orangutans is shaped by their sex, according to a new study. These different sets of ecological knowledge help secure their survival.

For Native Americans, Harvard and Other Colleges Fall Short

about 1 year ago

Native American activists at colleges are pushing their schools to do more to atone for past wrongs

Actor John Cena Faces Backlash in China over Taiwan Comment

about 1 year ago

In a short video posted Tuesday on Chinese social media site Weibo, Cena did not refer to Taiwan or go into much detail about the incident

School board meetings could be less dull, more inclusive

by Jill Kimball-Brown, about 1 year ago

New research suggests that changing the format of school board meetings could expand attendance and boost trust in public officials.

California Killer of 8 Had Talked of Workplace Attacks

about 1 year ago

Samuel Cassidy's ex-wife says even more than a decade ago, he was often resentful of his work

Howard University Names College of Fine Arts for Chadwick Boseman

about 1 year ago

Boseman, who graduated in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in directing, died in August at 43 of colon cancer

Kids see taking 'dirty money' as wrong at an early age

by Carol Clark-Emory, about 1 year ago

Kids as young as five years old already have an aversion to "dirty" money, researchers say. That shows the tie between objects and morality emerges early.

Howard University Names College of Fine Arts for Chadwick Boseman

about 1 year ago

Boseman, who graduated in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in directing, died in August at 43 of colon cancer

Why hurricanes devastate some places over and over again – a meteorologist explains

about 1 year ago

Teachers in South Central LA who had personal ties to the neighborhood made better connections with students

about 1 year ago

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