He also chided the inequitable distribution of speedy tests, which have so far gone to the rich.
In the pandemic economy, few stories are more intriguing than those about nimble players in industries pounded by the pandemic that are laying plans to prosper from the carnage.
The U.S. and EU’s key data-protection deal is dead. How one of the world’s biggest data brokers is adapting
Acxiom data ethics chief Jordan Abbott describes the measures the data broker is taking to stay on the right side of EU privacy law following the scrapping earlier this month of the international Privacy Shield accord.
We need an integrated strategy to address all of them at once.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a milestone law passed 30 years ago. But disabled Americans still face plenty of discrimination and a lack of accommodations.
The number of women running as Republicans has risen over the past 30 years, but the rate of those who win their elections has fallen dramatically.
Republican plan for $200 weekly unemployment extension would mean a benefit cut for 30 million Americans
Senate Republicans to propose reducing the unemployment bonus from $600 to $200 per week for the next two months. After that period, the benefit would just cover 70% of the unemployed persons’ previous income.
Humans have free will, and thus often defy the best interests of the herd.
The boycott followed complaints that Twitter was too slow to remove offensive material, some of which was also posted to Instagram.
Millions of people are finding new ways to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, graduations, and other milestones in the era of social distancing.
After the delays of Tenet and Mulan—again—it’s clear that Hollywood can’t plan on the pandemic ending anytime soon.
“This is a life-threatening situation,” Stacy Stewart, a senior hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center, wrote in his forecast.