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New Mexico mental health first responders are increasingly civilians, not police By Reuters

By Andrew Hay ALBUQUERQUE (Reuters) – Unarmed emergency responders Nevada Sanchez and Sean Martin take a police dispatch call in…

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Four-day weekends from home are over: Fridays are increasingly another office day, data shows

So long, four–day weekend from home—it was nice while it lasted. Now, Fridays are increasingly becoming just another office day…

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Researchers increasingly view tech as having human-like qualities

Should we treat technology as human? peepo/Getty Images Academic research is increasingly anthropomorphising technology – a trend that could mislead…

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US increasingly worried about Kremlin’s disinfo operations in Africa

The comments come on the heels of State busting a campaign last week by Russia’s intelligence services which found it…

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Afghan population increasingly vulnerable to malnutrition, illness: Human Rights Watch

The Human Rights Watch issued a stark report on the health of the Afghan population Monday, warning that the lack…

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Speaker Johnson in increasingly tough spot on Ukraine

Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) is in an increasingly tough spot on Ukraine, wedged between a Senate moving toward approving aid…

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Native American languages increasingly feature on U.S. road signs

A few years back, Sage Brook Carbone was attending a powwow at the Mashantucket Western Pequot reservation in Connecticut when…

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