Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
McDonald's faces 25 new harassment complaints from workers
McDonald’s Corp. was accused on Tuesday in 25 new lawsuits and regulatory charges of condoning sexual harassment in the workplace and retaliating against employees who speak up.
Study: World nations failing poorest on energy goals
More than 150 million people are gaining access to electricity every year, reducing the ranks of those who live without power, but this is not enough to meet global development goals, according to a report released Wednesday.
99-year-old grandma standing up to Vietnam's coal rush
Toothless and nearly blind, grandmother Pham Thi Ca refuses to leave her plot of land even after bulldozers demolished her house — an extraordinary holdout against Communist Vietnam's deepening addiction to coal.
Far-right Facebook groups 'spreading hate to millions in Europe'
A web of far-right Facebook accounts spreading fake news and hate speech to millions of people across Europe were uncovered by the campaign group Avaaz.
GM getting Tesla-style over-the-air updates
With the development of digital-based electronic technology, infotainment, and even electric propulsion systems showing no signs of slowing for the next decade or so, it comes as little surprise that manufacturers have begun to address the methods and speed with which data and impulses move throughout a vehicle's subsystems.
Study: Massive collision with dwarf planet may explain asymmetric lunar surface
An international team led by a Chinese researcher found that a dwarf planet collided with the Moon in the early history of the Solar System, causing stark differences between the Moon's heavily-cratered farside and the low-lying open basins of its nearside facing the Earth.
NASA to launch yeast into deep space
NASA will be sending yeast cells where no man has gone before.
Statistical model could predict future disease outbreaks
Several University of Georgia researchers teamed up to create a statistical method that may allow public health and infectious disease forecasters to better predict disease reemergence, especially for preventable childhood infections such as measles and pertussis.
Heart disease deaths in middle-aged women on the rise in the US
Death rates from heart disease are rising for middle-aged adults — white women, in particular — according to a report released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Diet for high blood pressure may also reduce heart failure risk
The DASH diet's mission is to fight high blood pressure. But a new study suggests that the eating plan may also significantly lower the risk of heart failure in people younger than 75.
Thousands of UK children dying needlessly amid lack of sepsis checks
Thousands of UK children are dying needlessly amid a lack of standardized checks for signs of deadly sepsis, campaigners have warned.
Corals bleaching and choking in Persian Gulf
Worldwide corals are either bleaching or choking and eventually dying and the Persian Gulf is not an exception, but what are the main threats and how is it possible to counter the threats?
Plastic straws, cotton buds to be banned in England next year
Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds are to be banned in England from April next year in a move campaigners have welcomed but warned will “only scratch the surface” in tackling the damage that non-degradable waste is doing to the environment.
Eastern forests shaped more by Native Americans' burning than climate change
Native Americans' use of fire to manage vegetation in what is now the Eastern US was more profound than previously believed, according to a Penn State researcher who determined that forest composition change in the region was caused more by land use than climate change.

Page Generated in 0/9099 sec