Investing in Our Youth: Army Develops Future Soldier

In response to the most challenging recruiting environment since the start of the all-volunteer force in 1973, the Army is implementing an innovative new program to prepare recruits who are en-route to initial military training to meet or exceed our rigorous standards.

The U.S. Army will start a Future Soldier Preparatory Course pilot program at Fort Jackson, S.C. to help

Helping students build strong foundations in ethical global

When she was a student at Yale School of Medicine more than a decade ago, Dr. Mei Elansary ’12 conducted a project on the Indonesian island of Borneo. Over several weeks, she interviewed clinic patients about a program that offered more accessible health care in exchange for rainforest protection advocacy.

At the time, Elansary grappled with ethical concerns about her

Des Moines, Iowa approves $500 basic income pilot program

Participants will receive monthly $500 payments for two years.

DES MOINES, Iowa — 110 people in the metro will receive $500 a month under a basic income pilot program approved by Des Moines City Council Monday night. The focus will be on individuals with low incomes.

The program is headed by the Mid-Iowa Health Foundation, with the Harkin Institute and

Warner Bros. Discovery Sets Programming for NABJ-NAHJ

Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) has announced its programming plans for this year’s journalism conferences for the Asian Americans Journalism Association (AAJA), National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and the Association of LGBTQ Journalists (NLGJA).

The company has set a series of panels, screenings and workshops via WBD brands including CNN, HBO, OWN, Turner Sports

Stray stuttering on PC? Try these 3 tricks to fix it

Stray, the recently released cyberpunk cat adventure from developer BlueTwelve Studio, has a stuttering problem on PC. The game is a console launch exclusive for PlayStation, and as you can read in our Stray review, it runs like a treat on consoles. PC is a different story, as shader complication causes stuttering throughout the experience.

I downloaded and played through

Austrian data firm accused of selling malware, conducting

Microsoft threat researchers have accused an Austrian company called DSIRF of exploiting multiple zero-day exploits in Windows and Adobe to deploy a malware called Subzero against targets in Europe – including the UK – and central America.

Vienna-headquartered DSIRF described itself as providing “mission-tailored” services in information research, forensics and data-driven intelligence to multinational clients in the energy, financial