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Billings hospital uses virtual reality to aid rehabilitation

- Associated Press

Dr. Jose Ortiz counted the minutes he spent in the back of an ambulance transporting him from Red Lodge to Billings. Timely treatment is imperative to saving one's life or quality of life during a stroke. And Ortiz had at least a 60 minute drive before he would be admitted to the hospital.

Artillery leading the fight in Ukraine

- The Washington Times

As Russian forces struggle to gain any traction in the fighting so far, the Pentagon has provided Kyiv with 90 top-of-the-line 155mm M777 howitzers to aid in the fight and is running hundreds of Ukrainian troops through special training classes to get them up to speed on the systems.

Biden starts Asia trip with global issues and tech on agenda

- Associated Press

President Biden is opening his trip to Asia with a focus on the computer chip shortage that has bedeviled the world economy, touring a Samsung computer chip plant that will serve as model for a $17 billion semiconductor factory that the Korean electronics company plans to open in Texas.

Pro-Russian hackers spread hoaxes to divide Ukraine, allies

- Associated Press

As Ukrainians flooded into Poland earlier this year to flee Russian invaders, a hacking group aligned with the Kremlin sought to spread rumors that criminal gangs were waiting to harvest the organs of child refugees.

Fed nominee Michael Barr calls inflation 'far too high'

- Associated Press

President Joe Biden's pick to be the Federal Reserve's top banking regulator pledged Thursday to help reduce high inflation and provide "clear rules" to govern financial innovation.

Stocks waver on Wall Street, hover close to bear market

- Associated Press

Stocks wavered in afternoon trading on Wall Street Thursday as persistently high inflation continues to weigh on the economy and keeps major indexes mired in a deep slump.

U.N. floats plan to boost renewables as climate worries mount

- Associated Press

The United Nations chief on Wednesday launched a five-point plan to jump-start broader use of renewable energies, hoping to revive world attention on climate change as the U.N.'s weather agency reported that greenhouse gas concentrations, ocean heat, sea-level rise, and ocean acidification reached record highs last year.