Women should not be blamed for the gender wage gap in the US, according to psychologists at Rice University. To eliminate the gap, organizations must provide training, support and opportunities for growth, the researchers said.
Women are not to blame for the wage gap
Switzerland is embracing innovation in its response to the global refugee crisis, becoming the first country to place asylum seekers in different parts of the country using artificial intelligence.
Switzerland launches program to test AI for refugee integration
At the outskirts of Lokjogoma town in Wushishi Local Government area of Niger state is a small plot of maize farm belonging to Salamatu Haruna, a 33 years old widow and a mother of four.
Providing lifeline to Nigeria’s malnutrition
Sponsors and organizers of large multiday events, take note: Pulling fans into an emotionally connected group atmosphere can enhance brand recall and may secure repeat attendance.
Having an emotional group feeling boosts multiday sports events
Many factors contribute to the cost of a tomato. For example, what inputs were used (water, soil, fertilizer, pesticides, as well as machinery and/or labor) to grow it? What kind of energy and materials were used to process and package it? Or how much did transportation cost to get it to the shelf?
Are you paying enough for your food?
Tension is growing in Washington over the US administration's zero tolerance policy, letting border security agents separate the children of immigrants trying to enter the country illegally, CBS News reported.
Tensions grow as children and parents are separated at US border
With all the hostility on social media, it may sound oxymoronic to say that social media platforms could curb violence.
AI scans social media to predict when protests will turn violent
France has seen a sharp fall in the number of people smoking daily, with one million fewer lighting up from 2016-2017, a survey suggested.
One million French smokers quit in a year
One in 25 children in England aged 10 or 11 are severely obese, new analysis has found.
One in 25 children aged 10 or 11 'severely obese'

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