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An Unmanned Surface Vessel navigates a set course at Camp Lejeune, July 2019. WASHINGTON: The Navy and Marine Corps are testing radically new ways of operating in the Pacific by sending experimental unmanned ships into an ambitious exercise next week. Underpinning that exercise is an ambitious new plan for island-hopping that demands a fast implementation …

“I’m wide open, but we’ve got to pay for this,” Biden told reporters following his remarks about the American Jobs Plan. “There are many other ways we can do it. I’ve come forward with the best, most rational way in my view, the fairest way to pay for it. But there are many other ways …

BlackRock Inc. is breaking ranks with its peers on Wall Street by doing a deep dive into its business to see how it may have contributed to racial inequities in the financial system. The world’s largest money manager plans to undergo an independent racial audit of its operations, following a request from a shareholder. Companies including Airbnb …

JONESBORO — Mayor Harold Copenhaver envisions bringing the kind of technology to bear in Jonesboro that will make government work more efficiently, provide residents with better information and services, and at the same time provide reliable internet access to every neighborhood. “Really, what I’m talking about is, I just want to broaden this community’s horizons …

Leave your partner and children behind. Quarantine for up to a month. Get inoculated with a Covid-19 vaccine from China, if you can find one. And prepare yourself for an anal swab. For the past year, people trying to go to China have run into some of the world’s most formidable barriers to entry. To …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Spring break for many New Mexico school districts is a little more than a week away. As restrictions ease, many families are taking their first vacation in a year. With COVID numbers improving and vaccines becoming more widely available, families said they are getting comfortable with traveling again even if it is …

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – Health care workers said the news that people 64 and under with underlying health conditions could get the vaccine starting Monday was a sign of hope. However, they said the change from the state caught health departments off guard. The intensive care unit at St. Luke’s Hospital has been home …

Roy Olsson, the dean of the College of Health Professions at Grand Valley State University, is retiring June 21 of this year. First appointed to the position in 2008, Olsson was in charge of the College of Health Professions during a critical time, and helmed the addition of many new programs and initiatives, greatly expanding …

Lincoln University plans to implement several emerging technologies in its classrooms this fall, with the possible inclusion of virtual reality, the institution announced this week. Lincoln U., a small, historically Black university tucked in the southeast corner of the state, plans first to ensure that all of its students have consistent access to the basic technologies …

Lincoln University is creating a plan to “enhance classroom opportunities through technology” by increasing technology on campus and providing more training on current campus technology. The plan is still in the developmental stages. LU Instructional Designer Nicholas Jackson, who is creating the plan, said he hopes to implement it by the fall semester. Lincoln will …