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Without additional funding, the USPS may shut down by June

During the COVID-19 crisis, postal workers have been considered "essential workers" who must continue to do their jobs as usual while others stay home. However, lawmakers say that without additional funding, the USPS could shut down by June.

Op-Ed: US said to be planning attacks on Iranian-supported Iraq militias

The United States and Iran both badly hit by the coronavirus appear to be on the verge of military action against each other. After earlier engagements this year both sides seem to be preparing for a new imminent conflict.

Meet Beverly Nadler: Speaker, trainer, author, and consultant

Beverly Nadler is a well-respected speaker, trainer, author, and consultant. Digital Journal has the scoop on this inspirational woman.

The IT anomaly in a coronavirus downturn Special

Post-coronavirus, it’s unclear what our world will look like. Many expect IT spending to only increase by 1% in 2020 in response to a coronavirus-fueled recession, but there are also reports that cloud computing services specifically will fare.

Q&A: Solving connected car challenges with edge AI Special

Access to local, real-time data processing, via edge computing, can address critical connected car challenges like driver/road safety, as well as traffic efficiency. Ramya Ravichandar, FogHorn VP of Products explains more.

Child aged five among new UK virus victims

London - Britain on Saturday reported a record 708 daily deaths from COVID-19, including a five-year-old child, who is thought to be the country's youngest victim.

Italy's doctors look for help from sleek new robots

Varese - The shiny new robots gently check the pulses of highly infectious patients on life support in the Italian epicentre of COVID-19.The doctors and nurses love them because they also help save their own lives.

Expert source on ethical AI in the workplace and hiring Special

The debate on artificial intelligence in the workplace keeps on hotting up, especially over whether if it is benefiting humans or harming them. Rick Britt, VP of Artificial Intelligence at CallMiner weighs in for Digital Journal.

Why the Strategic National Stockpile doesn't belong to the states

Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, most Americans had no idea the U.S. had a national stockpile of life-saving pharmaceuticals and medical supplies for use in a public health emergency. On Friday, we found out these supplies don't belong to us.

3M balks at Trump order to stop exporting N95 masks to Canada

Manufacturing giant 3M pushed backed against President Trump in a statement on Friday that suggested it would not comply with a White House order to stop exporting N95 facemasks to Canada and Latin America.

Q&A: CIOs looking to save money turn to SaaS analytics Special

With such a high cost to implement, many CIOs and IT teams make the mistake of “setting and forgetting” their analytics programs, says Craig Kelly, VP of Analytics at Syntax, who looks at the risks.

Cady Huffman talks 'After Forever' on Amazon Prime, digital age Special

Tony award-winning actress Cady Huffman ("The Producers") chatted with Digital Journal about starring in the digital drama series "After Forever" on Amazon Prime as Lisa, and her own YouTube series "Cady Did."

Stay or go? French fly home from Russia amid pandemic

Moscow - Christian Querouix, a 69-year-old pensioner, who shares his time between France and Russia, had a difficult choice to make.

Spain to extend lockdown, as deaths down for second day

Madrid - Spain's prime minister announced Saturday an extension of the country's lockdown to combat the coronavirus, saying the measures are "bearing fruit" as the number of deaths fell for a second day in a row.

Cyprus adopts mass testing for virus hotspots

Aradippou - A town in Cyprus that has become a coronavirus hotspot carried out mass testing Saturday as a climate of suspicion descended on the community amid fears the disease had spread unchecked for weeks.

Italy cheers first drop in critical virus patients

Rome - Pandemic-hit Italy cheered Saturday after seeing its number of intensive care cases for the coronavirus that stretched its healthcare system to breaking point drop for the first time.

Italy's intensive care virus cases drop for first time

Rome - Italy saw its first drop Saturday in the number of patients intensive care treatment for the coronavirus that had stretched the Mediterranean country's world-class healthcare system to breaking point.

Two dead in France stabbing rampage

Romans-sur-is - A man went on a knife rampage in a town in southeastern France on Saturday, killing two people in what is being treated as a terrorist attack.

Keir Starmer elected new UK Labour leader: party

London - Pro-European centrist Keir Starmer was on Saturday unveiled as new Labour party leader, heralding a shift in Britain's main opposition party after a crushing election defeat under veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn and years of ideological infighting.

France launches terror probe after two killed in stabbing spree

Romans-sur-is - A Sudanese refugee went on a knife rampage in a town in southeastern France on Saturday, killing two people in what is being treated as a terrorist attack.
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