Former prosecutors say FBI search of Trump’s Florida home was ‘according to the book’

Former US President Donald Trump gestures during a rally in support of Ohio Republican candidates ahead of the May 3 primary, at the Delaware Fairgrounds, Ohio, US, April 23, 2022. REUTERS/Gaelen Morse/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former federal prosecutors said on Tuesday that the U.S. … Read more

The Washington DC lightning strike that killed three climate warnings

(Reuters) – Climate change is increasing the likelihood of lightning strikes across the United States, after lightning struck a field near the White House, killing three people and one person in critical condition, scientists said. Hot and humid conditions in Washington, D.C., on Thursday were primed to generate electricity. Air temperatures exceed 94°F (34°C) – … Read more

Analysis: Climate change and scarcity are fading in preventing growth

Fifty years since the emergence of the theory of degrowth Long shunned, gaining new attention Climate change focus debate on reducing consumption AUGUST 8 (Reuters) – The idea of ​​de-growth – the idea that a finite planet cannot sustain ever-increasing consumption – is the closest you can get to a fad in economics, where growth … Read more

UN chief calls for international access to Ukrainian nuclear plant after new attack

Kyiv and Moscow blamed the trade for the Zaporizhzhya plant strikes Guterres: Any attack on a nuclear plant is a ‘suicide’ Two Ukrainian grain ships leave ports, 12 since last week (Reuters) – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for international inspectors to be allowed into the Zaporizhzhya nuclear plant after Ukraine and … Read more

Air strikes and rocket attacks push Israel and Gaza into second day of fighting

15 dead and dozens wounded – Palestinian Ministry of Health At least 200 rockets were fired at the Israeli army Israel killed an Islamic Jihad leader in Gaza on Friday GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli planes bombed Gaza and Palestinians fired rockets into Israel on Saturday, a day after an Israeli operation against Islamic Jihad led … Read more

Weekly unemployment claims are rising in the US, but the labor market remains tight

Weekly unemployment claims increased from 6,000 to 260,000 Continuing claims rise 48000 to 1.416 million The trade deficit shrank 6.2% to $79.6 billion in June WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits increased last week, indicating some slackening in the labor market, although overall conditions remain tight. This was … Read more

Twitter inquires banks about Musk’s attempts to undermine a $44 billion deal

Elon Musk’s Twitter profile is seen on a smartphone placed on the Twitter logos printed in this illustration taken on April 28, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WILmington, Dell, Aug. 2 (Reuters) – Twitter Inc. (TWTR.N) Legal experts said Elon Musk is trying to find evidence that … Read more

Antitrust watchers go big on drama, light on plot

Penguin’s books are seen in a second-hand bookshop in central London on October 29, 2012. Britain’s Pearson has agreed to merge its Penguin book division with Bertelsmann’s Random House to create the world’s leading consumer publishing house, in apparent disdain for Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. REUTERS / Stefan Wermot Register now to get free unlimited … Read more

Russian strikes kill Ukrainian grain tycoon; Drone strikes a Russian naval base

A drone hit a Russian base on the Black Sea, and the governor blames Ukraine Russian lawmaker says a drone was launched from inside Sevastopol Russian missiles bombed Mykolaiv, killing a grain exporter and his wife Zelensky says the grain harvest may be halved because of the war The International Committee of the Red Cross … Read more

Dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war are believed to have been killed in a missile strike

Russia and Ukraine blamed trade in death of prisoners The UK says Russia is deploying Wagner fighters more widely UN hopes grain advances, says details still unclear Kyiv (Reuters) – Dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war appeared to have been killed in a rocket attack on Friday, as Moscow and Kiev accused each other of … Read more