The end of the country’s restrictions has exposed two major vulnerabilities.
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The body of the millionaire Pavel Antov, who had reportedly criticized the Russian shelling of civilians in Kyiv, was found outside his hotel.
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China’s medical system is buckling under the strain of thousands of Covid infections.
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By Russell Gloor, AMAC and AMAC Foundation Dear Rusty: I’ll be 69 in April 2023, and my wife will be 59 later this month. I’m still working and am trying to determine whether I should take Social Security at 69 or 70. My main question revolves around my wife’s future Social Security benefits and how
By Michael Casey and Christina Larson, The Associated Press A day after negotiators reached a landmark biodiversity agreement, the pressure was already growing on countries, business leaders and the environmental community to deliver on its ambitious promises to protect the planet — and not repeat the failures of past deals. Delegates expressed optimism in Montreal
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com The COVID-19 pandemic made digital literacy essential for navigating everyday life. People relied on Zoom and various video conferencing platforms to work from home, attend school, and check in with friends and family while the country was subjected to stay-in-place ordinances. Online delivery
By Black Health Matters Family caregivers and people with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease are at risk for increased stress during the holidays—but holiday visits can be a joyous time with adjusted expectations and careful planning. Mary Catherine Lundquist, program director of Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care’s Care2Caregivers, a peer counseling helpline for caregivers of people