February 21, 2023

If anyone ever thought Russia would back down from his invasion of Ukraine then there are no words for that kind of delusional, wishful thinking. Putin’s announcement that Russia would no longer participate in the Nuclear Arms Treaty wasn’t unexpected. Yet, Russia’s coziness with one particular country is disturbing; So, how will this Supreme Court strive to change the way we all use the Internet?; Why is Mardi Gras called Fat Tuesday?; New app can detect signs of heart failure just by listening to us speak; and Is there an autocrat-in-training closer to the US than we like? Go beyond the headlines…

Immigrant group threatens to sue over change to asylum policy

A year after Ukraine invasion, Russia’s reliance on China deepens

Two Supreme Court cases this week could upend the entire internet

Student loan payments are set to restart in 2023. Here’s how borrowers should prepare.

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Working a four-day week boosts employee well-being while preserving productivity, major six-month trial finds

New app designed to catch signs of heart failure through speech patterns

Mexico is incubating an autocrat next door

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