Credit Suisse faces U.S. tax probe, senate inquiry

The U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) continued helping U.S. clients hide assets from authorities, eight years after the Swiss bank paid a $2.6-billion tax evasion settlement. Investigators are examining whether the bank aided U.S. account holders, particularly those with South American passports, who may not have told the Internal revenue Service […]

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Researchers detect monkeypox virus in testes of nonhuman primate survivors

For the first time, scientists have detected monkeypox virus in the testes of macaques during the acute phase of infection, according to research published online today in the journal Nature Microbiology. In addition, the team found preliminary evidence of persistent infection in two animals that survived challenge with the virus. Their results highlight the potential […]

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Xbox making it easier for devs to get accessibility feedback from disabled players

Xbox is expanding its Microsoft Gaming Accessibility Testing Service (MGATS) to allow for detailed feedback from disabled players. The service launched back in February 2021 for games to be validated against the Xbox accessibility guidelines and accessibility tags applied. Now, developers can gain feedback from disabled players testing their games. Microsoft announced this news at […]

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More Physical Activity, Less Screen Time Linked to Better Executive Function in Toddlers

A new study found that 24-month-old children who spent less than 60 minutes looking at screens each day and those who engaged in more physical activity had better executive function. The toddlers’ program was designed according to the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for physical activity, and their executive function was measured against a second […]

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