Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia: UN chief condemns ‘suicide’ bombings around nuclear plant

Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia: UN chief condemns ‘suicide’ bombings around nuclear plant

CNN — United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has described recent artillery and rocket fire around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in central Ukraine as “suicidal”, further raising fears of an accident at the plant, which is the largest of its kind in Europe. “Any attack on nuclear power plants is suicidal,” Guterres told reporters in Tokyo … Read more

Consumer expectations about future inflation decreased significantly to the benefit of the Federal Reserve

Consumer expectations about future inflation decreased significantly to the benefit of the Federal Reserve

Gasoline prices are displayed at an Exxon gas station on July 29, 2022 in Houston, Texas. Brandon Bell | fake images The consumer outlook for inflation dipped significantly in July amid a sharp drop in gasoline prices and a growing belief that rapid increases in food and housing would also taper off in the future. … Read more

PGA Tour files motion in federal court to keep three LIV golfers out of FedEx Cup playoffs

PGA Tour files motion in federal court to keep three LIV golfers out of FedEx Cup playoffs

The PGA Tour has asked a federal judge to deny a temporary restraining order to three of its suspended members who have left to compete in the rival LIV Golf Invitational Series and seek to participate in the FedEx Cup playoffs, arguing that the players they can “have their cake and eat it too.” The … Read more

High demand for monkeypox vaccine in Triangle, hundreds vaccinated :: WRAL.com

High demand for monkeypox vaccine in Triangle, hundreds vaccinated :: WRAL.com

By Lora Lavigne and Adam Owens, WRAL reporters Raleigh, North Carolina — Wake and Durham counties will step up efforts Monday to provide the monkey pox vaccine for those who are eligible. Concern about monkeypox and demand for the vaccine are growing, with 95 confirmed cases in North Carolina. The Wake County Public Health Department … Read more

Chris Pratt trolls ‘woke up critics’ not happy with ‘The Terminal List’

Chris Pratt trolls ‘woke up critics’ not happy with ‘The Terminal List’

Chris Pratt criticized trolls on review site Rotten Tomatoes regarding his new Amazon Prime show “The Terminal List.” The Marvel actor’s series was certified as “rotten” on the website, with 94% audience and 40% criticism. The streaming show follows Pratt as Navy SEAL James Reece, who returns home after his crew is ambushed on a … Read more

Woman injured by polar bear in Norway’s Svalbard Islands

Woman injured by polar bear in Norway’s Svalbard Islands

Copenhagen, Denmark — A polar bear attacked a camp on Norway’s remote arctic islands of Svalbard Monday and injured a French tourist, authorities said, adding the injuries were not life-threatening. The bear was later killed. The woman, who was not identified, was part of a 25-person tourist group camping in Sveasletta, in the central part … Read more

Axios agrees to sell Cox Enterprises for $525 million

Axios agrees to sell Cox Enterprises for 5 million

Axios has signed an agreement to sell its most recent major investor, Cox Enterprises, the companies announced Monday. The all-cash deal values ​​the company at $525 million, according to sources familiar with the deal. Why it matters: The deal is structured to ensure investments continue to hit the local news at a time when most … Read more

Bruins sign Patrice Bergeron to a one-year deal

Bruins sign Patrice Bergeron to a one-year deal

BOSTON- General Manager of the Boston Bruins don sweeney announced today, August 8, that the team has signed forward Patrice Bergeron to a one-year contract through the 2022-23 season worth $2.5 million, plus an additional $2.5 million in performance-based incentives. Bergeron, 37, is entering his 19th NHL season, all with the Bruins. The L’Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec … Read more