Governments say they'll prioritize healthcare and front-line workers when a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, pushing back against "vaccine nationalism." Plus, the Centers for Disease Control withdraws guidance it posted over the weekend saying airborne coronavirus transmission was possible, the U.K.'s top science adviser warns the country could see 50,000 new cases a day as infections rise, and how the virus impacts your heart.
Microsoft's gaming empire is growing, adding popular titles such as "DOOM', "Quake" and "Fallout" to its catalog, thanks to a blockbuster $7.5 billion acquisition of ZeniMax Media and publisher Bethesda Software. What this means for Microsoft's Xbox future and how this impacts gamers, especially those fond of Sony's PlayStation.
- Fast Company - Kristin Toussaint
Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, says that if you don’t want a revolution, it’s time to use the government to more strongly regulate businesses, address climate...
- The Washington Post - By Aaron Gregg, Yeganeh Torbati
A $1 billion fund Congress gave the Pentagon in March to build up the country’s supplies of medical equipment has instead been mostly funneled to defense contractors and used to make things such as jet...