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In denying news content to its Australian users, Facebook is arguably overplaying its hand, behaving as a big company that thinks it can intimidate governments. If it keeps doing this, it will ultimately lose customers, and that’s the last thing Facebook wants. Perhaps you’re already considering breaking up with Facebook, whether in reaction to the …

CLEVELAND — The future is now, and it’s being built right here in Cleveland. On August 24, 2020, a Case Western Reserve University Student picked up a banana, held it in his hand, and truly felt the banana in his grasp. The thing is, that banana was 2,300 miles away, in a robotics lab at …

Stacey Abrams, the founder of Fair Fight, said Sunday that Democrats feel a “great deal of urgency” around Georgia’s two runoff elections on Tuesday, which will determine the balance of power in the Senate just as President-elect Joe Biden takes office. “We did very well in vote by mail, we did very well in early …

Acting Secretary of Defense Chris Miller ordered the Pentagon to cancel meetings with the Biden transition team, Axios reported Friday, revealing that a Pentagon official said that staff involved in the transition felt “overwhelmed.” The start of the transition was delayed by election disputes, limiting the time to complete necessary tasks. A defense official clarified …

At the end of another shift, in a week in which she’ll work more than 80 hours, Katrina Doyle walked into the patient’s room to clean. She’s been at this, in varying degrees of intensity, for nine months, a stretch that includes her own bout with COVID. Earlier that day, Katrina had a frank conversation …

SEATTLE – Joelle Wheatley hit her pandemic-parenting rock bottom after her son was sent home from day care for a second time, with the sniffles, due to stricter health guidelines in a symptom-sensitive COVID-19 world. It was supposed to be Jacob’s first day back after a stressful 10-day home quarantine for another mild symptom that …

Students study out on the Commons. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer) This semester at TCU looks different than past years with the absence of a fall break on the calendar.  Already overwhelmed from online classes and the ongoing pandemic, students do not have time to relax this semester with 15 weeks of class with no breaks.  According …

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) — Two military spouses and HBCU graduates are opening a business considered an expressive form of therapy. Wreck and Release is a therapeutic experience that came to the owners during the COVID-19 pandemic. “A lot of people are angry. They are angry for different reasons. They don’t like the climate of what’s …

The CDC surveyed 292 people who tested positive for the virus, and 35% said they still weren’t back to their usual good health even two or three weeks after testing positive. While older people were more likely to feel prolonged symptoms, even young adults without underlying conditions reported feeling unwell for a long period of …

Posted: Jul 8, 2020 / 05:11 AM EDT / Updated: Jul 8, 2020 / 05:34 AM EDT Live Guardian Radar remains fairly quiet again to start another workday morning across Indiana. With sunrise comes another hot day with isolated, afternoon storms. Today should mark our 6th straight 90° day and our 10th 90+ degree day …