A new World Bank report focuses on the role digital technology plays in personal banking and how it can help close the financial inclusion gap.
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About one in four U.S. adults say children aren't treated with dignity and respect, rising to nearly four in 10 among black Americans, highlighting the need to work much harder to ensure children can fulfill their potential.
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Americans were split on how the House Un-American Activities Committee handled its hearings, but leaned toward punishing those who didn't cooperate.
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Two-thirds of highly religious white Protestants approve of the job Trump is doing as president, and they are likely to continue barring major policy changes.
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Economists from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development investigate how changes in Middle Eastern countries since the Arab Spring have affected people's lives and their social, economic and political preferences.