A new study from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that more than 200,000 residents of the New York metro area moved away in 2020, a phenomenon that occurred similarly in nearly major every city across the country.
"Google has exposed GAEN participants' private personal and medical information associated with contact tracing, including notifications to Android device users of their potential exposure to COVID-19," a complaint filed against the tech giant reads.
The app tracking transparency feature aims to give users more control over how they are tracked for ads. Facebook says it could affect small businesses.
Fifteen-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant became the sixth minor fatally shot by the Columbus Division of Police since 2016.
Friday filings with the Federal Election Commission shed some light on how the money was spent, with more disclosures expected Sunday.
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"We do know that thoughts of suicide are more prevalent among the general population now than before COVID-19," said American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Chief Medical Officer Christine Moutier.
Biden only has a 12 percent chance of defeating Trump if the popular vote is very close, a recent study of the Electoral College finds.
New cases in 40 states were reported to be on an upward trend in the latest two-week period.
"China's vaccine research is currently at the forefront," top Chinese virologist Shi Zhengli said in an interview with CGTN, a state-controlled media outlet.
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"This is about data sets that were clearly available to the Chinese Communist Party's national security apparatus. Enormous data sets," said U.S. secretary of state Mike Pompeo.
The city had 550 more shooting victims this year compared with the same period, January 1 through July 11, in 2019.
Chicago had at least 106 people shot, 13 of them fatally, over Father's Day weekend.
As the president returns to physical campaigning, digital assets are still seen as a key political tool in the run up to November.
"Hedonometer is reflecting Twitter's live blog of societal disruption; the pandemic, pervasive structural racism... not to mention economic inequality," professor Chris Danforth told Newsweek.
We could have a powerful tool against a second wave of COVID.
It's become a conversation on TikTok, and people don't know how to feel.
"This is no different than any other public record we deal with," Dr. Nelson said Wednesday. "It's paid for by taxpayer dollars and the taxpayers have a right to know."
"We haven't beat this virus yet," Governor Inslee said, "and until we do, it has the potential to spread rapidly if we don't continue the measures we've put in place."
"If social distancing measures are relaxed or not implemented, the U.S. will see greater death tolls," Dr. Christopher Murray said.
Tracking analysts see a discrepancy between White House claims and the real numbers on the testing kits.
Data used for the FBI's annual report on crime in the United States said that murder, assault and robbery were down in 2018—but that there was an increase in rape.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang pointed to legalized pot as a potential factor behind a Colorado poll released Tuesday showing him far higher than in other primary states.
President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama have the exact same overall approval rating, 42 percent, at the two-and-a-half-year mark of their respective time in office.
Legal reform on abortion is of course necessary, but it is not sufficient.
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