An investigation of what American voters see on social media in the run-up to the midterm elections.
Month: September 2022
Australian Navy submarines are set to begin training on British nuclear-powered submarines under the AUKUS agreement, announced a year ago.
An additional 180,000 tuition-free TAFE places will be created by 2023 as part of a major training package launched at the Government Jobs and Skills
Or when reading “Blake Masters, Republican Senate candidate, links federal diversity to economic problems”: Figure 1: Top panel, “Misery Index” computed as the sum of
Do you like biscuits, sweets, soft drinks and sausages? A new study finds that they all ‘increase men’s risk of bowel cancer’ Ultra-processed foods have
Nvidia headquarters in Santa Clara, California, on Tuesday, February 23, 2021. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Nvidia shares fell 6.5% in extended
ACTU Secretary Sally McManus said we can’t afford to fail to raise wages. “We cannot afford to lack courage or waste a day,” Ms McManus
A new United Nations human rights report has criticized China for its gross human rights violations in western Xinjiang, targeting indigenous Uyghurs and other Muslim-majority
by Calculated risk on 31/8/2022 04:10:00 PM Fannie Mae reported that single-family serious delinquency fell to 0.76% in July from 0.81% in June. The critical
Two-wheeled Bazaar Finance said it has raised Rs 170 crore in equity financing led by Women’s Global Asset Management (WAM) with the participation of existing