High-speed internet remains a barrier to nearly 500,000 rural Wisconsinites .
As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to take root in Africa, experts say that digitizing financial services could help keep the continent safe.
As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to take root in Africa, experts say that digitizing financial services could help keep the continent safe.read more
Despite worrying economic projections, business leaders in Latin America remain optimistic about post-pandemic economy.
Despite worrying economic projections, business leaders in Latin America remain optimistic about post-pandemic economy.read more
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers expects Congress to hold scam phone call oversight hearings amid coronavirus pandemic
There has been an uptick in calls attempting to capitalize on fears of the novel coronavirus. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers said it’s likely lawmakers will examine where those calls are coming from and what more can be done to stop them, once Congress reconvenes.read more
Experts say that contact tracing should only be used as a supplement to fight COVID-19 because of limitations of the technology and privacy concerns.read more
With the COVID-19 pandemic driving dairy and crop prices down, farmers in Wisconsin look ahead to an uncertain future.read more
‘You can’t address health inequities if you don’t understand them:’ Experts grapple with race and public health amid pandemic
As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, it’s become clear that African American communities will be among the hardest hit by the deadly virus.
Dental groups in Washington are working to spread the word that dentists are available – but only for emergency care or urgent needs.
The Government Accountability Office is urging private citizens, government workers, contractors and others to report allegations of fraud.
Legislation introduced by Wisconsin state lawmakers Monday could save $150 million in state spending per quarter, according to the Legislative Fiscal Bureau.
On March 20, when New York state announced a stay-at-home order, it had confirmed 7,102 cases of COVID-19. Statistician Nicholas Jewell said that while the order was “way too late,” he does not “blame anyone.”
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