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The Chicago area has experienced historical levels of flooding in recent years and its low-income communities of color have often suffered the brunt of climate-related disasters. That pattern is also a problem nationally. With the release earlier this month of the Fifth National Climate Assessment, a federal report that outlines the impacts of climate change […]

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday described how new technology has helped small and medium-sized businesses become successful. He said business owners are empowered by new and fairly accessible tools that help them succeed despite the Federal Reserve’s rate hikes. CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday lauded the

By Sophie Schmidt , Tracy Taggart 27 November 2023 4 min read Key points The effects of climate change are clearly impacting Australia – from bushfires and floods and extreme weather. There is increasing demand for climate information from […]

Many Plex users were alarmed when they got a “week in review” email last week that showed them what they and their friends had watched on the popular media server software. From a report: Some users are saying that their friends’ softcore porn habits are being revealed to them with the feature, while others are […]

While only in her first year of Brock’s Medical Sciences program, Rayan Ebadalla is already a role model for local high school students. Ebadalla was recently honoured at Brock’s LEVEL UP: Black Secondary Student Symposium, which welcomed more than 150 Black secondary students from Niagara and Hamilton to the University’s main campus on Thursday, Nov. […]

Meta accused of engineering social media platforms to hook kids The company that owns Facebook and Instagram has for years relied on both social media platforms to keep children and teenagers engaged for as long as possible in order to gather personal data and sell it to advertisers, a group of state prosecutors alleged in […]

Monday, November 27, 2023 Assistant Professor Rachel Romeo and her team at the Language, Experience and Development (LEAD) Lab are pursuing innovations to include more people of color in cognitive studies, including hairstyling techniques that optimize how brain activity is measured.  Romeo embarked on this work after noticing a barrier to inclusion posed by the […]

Lumen DDoS Hyper thwarts cyber threats during one of the world’s biggest sporting events DENVER, Nov. 27, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Before the Texas Rangers celebrated their World Series win, an unseen hero was playing a pivotal role in securing Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers tapped

Varadaraj, V., Deal, J. A., Campanile, J., Reed, N. S. & Swenor, B. K. National prevalence of disability and disability types among adults in the US, 2019. JAMA Netw. Open (2021).

The Paris Catacombs draw thousands of visitors a year, but few know the macabre tunnels’ unusual history. While the tunnels are named after the Catacombs of Rome, which were built in the first century by Christians and Jews forced to perform their burial rites in secret, the catacombs of Paris were founded in the 18th […]

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