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Joe Biden delivers first remarks as president of the U.S.
President Joe Biden delivers his first address after taking the oath of office.
35 days ago
Something about corn pop and hairy legs. It was really confusing
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Panama meets the deadline for the global exchange of information
The General Directorate of Revenue (DGI) reported this Wednesday that Panama met the deadline established for automatic exchanges of information that, due to the COVID 19 pandem...
Castillero assures that his vaccinated relatives comply with the protocol; Minsa is silent
Marcos Castillero, president of the National Assembly, justified that three close relatives received the vaccine against Covid-19, since - according to him - they were treated i...
Panama reports 896 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths in 24 hours
Panama registered this Wednesday, February 24, some 896 new cases of coronavirus, which increased the accumulated infections in the country to 338,701.
23 tons of cocaine seized from Paraguay and Panama destined for the Netherlands
The port authorities of Hamburg and Antwerp intercepted more than 23,000 kilos of cocaine from Paraguay and Panama and destined for the Netherlands, a record figure that reaches...
Joe Biden Revokes Trump Ban On Many Green Card Applicants
Former President Donald Trump issued the ban last year, saying it was needed to protect U.S. workers amid high unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The bill that regulates the gradual return of workers was approved
The Bill 542 that normalizes worker relations and other provisions, was approved on third reading by the plenary of the National Assembly.
Australia passes new law requiring Facebook and Google to pay for news
Australia has passed a new law that will force tech companies to pay publishers for news content, setting the stage for potential, similar action in other countries.
Phase 2 vaccination against COVID-19 will begin on March 4
The President of the Republic of Panama, Laurentino Cortizo, announced that next Thursday, March 4, phase 2 of vaccination against COVID-19 will begin in the country.
US Report Likely To Blame Saudi Crown Prince For Khashoggi Killing: Report
The officials said the report, for which the CIA was the main contributor, assessed that the crown prince approved and likely ordered the murder of Khashoggi, whose Washington P...
IATA Travel Pass testing is expected to begin in March on select flights
The Civil Aviation Authority reiterated this Wednesday that the International Air Transport Association, together with the Government of the Republic of Panama and the Copa Airl...
Australia Passes Landmark Law Requiring Tech Firms To Pay For News
The law passed easily after a last-gasp deal that watered down binding rules Facebook and Google had fiercely opposed in return for the tech giants agreeing to pay local media c...
The Federal Reserve suffers widespread disruption to payment services
The Federal Reserve suffered a widespread disruption in multiple payment services Wednesday, including a system that banks and businesses rely on to zip trillions of dollars aro...
NASA Releases Mars Landing Site Panorama Taken By Perseverance Rover
The panorama is composed of 142 individual images stitched together on Earth, NASA said.
Should you rent or buy a home? Ask yourself these 3 questions
Deciding whether to rent or buy a home can have you talking yourself into financial circles.
The Secrets Behind A Unique Living Room Decor
The living room is the heart of any home, space where family and friends gather together and the main area for daytime activities.
CBD Might Be Your Next Go-To Skincare Ingredient
CBD's rise as a prominent skincare ingredient brings glowing results.
Facebook Pledges $1 Billion For News, Defends Australia Blackout
Nick Clegg, head of global affairs, said in a statement that Facebook is willing to support news media while reiterating its concerns over mandated payments.
Housing market concerns begin to emerge
The housing market is still red hot. But there are growing concerns about how much longer this strength can last.
America's unemployment problem is much worse than it seems
The national unemployment rate is masking how much some groups are still struggling in the pandemic economy. That's why the Federal Reserve looks at more than just the average j...
The hot new thing in tech: speaking into your phone
Before last year, 28-year-old Meredith Giuliani thought voice notes were "kind of weird," and she mostly stuck to texting. But after the pandemic hit, audio messages became a da...
Spy agency turns to AI to tackle child abuse
UK intelligence agency GCHQ intends to use artificial intelligence to tackle issues from child sexual abuse to disinformation and human trafficking.
IPhone builder Foxconn is working on an electric car with Fisker
Foxconn, the Taiwan-based electronics manufacturing company best known for assembling the Apple iPhone, is working on an agreement with the California electric car company Fiske...
Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Janet Yellen are sending bitcoin tumbling
Bitcoin's roller coaster ride continues. The top cryptocurrency surged to a new all-time high above $58,000 on Sunday but fell to just above $46,000 in early trading Tuesday mor...
The New York Times paints a grim picture of its own workplace culture
The New York Times (NYT) is admitting its own workplace issues, particularly around the treatment of Black and Latino employees, in a report released Wednesday. Included with th...
The worldwide web as we know it may be ending
Over the last year, the worldwide web has started to look less worldwide.
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