Estonia removes the monument from the Soviet era, citing public order

Estonia removes the monument from the Soviet era, citing public order

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – The Estonian government on Tuesday began removing a WWII Soviet monument near a city on the Russian border as part of a wider effort triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to dismantle remaining Soviet-era symbols. Crews removed a replica of the T-34 tank that was on top of a monument outside … Read more

Home Depot’s record sales show that the US housing market is still strong

Home Depot’s record sales show that the US housing market is still strong

But don’t tell Home Depot that. The real estate retail giant posted record profits and sales in the last quarter. Home warehouse (HD) It said on Tuesday that total revenues rose 6.5% from the previous year to $ 43.8 billion. The company posted a net profit of $ 5.2 billion, or $ 5.05 per share. … Read more

A’s Promote Shea Langeliers, free Stephen Piscoty

A’s Promote Shea Langeliers, free Stephen Piscoty

The A’s announced that they chose a contract with the best potential customers Shea Langeliers. The club also recalled the infielder David MacKinnon of Triple-A Las Vegas, placed center player Ramon Laureano on the 10-day injured list, retroactive to August 15, with left oblique strain and right field extended Stephen Piscoty. This is a remarkable … Read more

UAB is to change the rules on COVID, treat the virus as a “flu” for the new school year

UAB is to change the rules on COVID, treat the virus as a “flu” for the new school year

A leading institution in response to COVID-19 in Alabama will ease its protocol as students return to class next week. The University of Alabama in Birmingham is now advising students to treat the virus just like the flu or strep throat: students should continue to be vaccinated, boosted, tested and treated if infected, officials said … Read more

Russian troops in southern Ukraine tighten as Kyiv escalates attacks on bridges, ammunition depots

Russian troops in southern Ukraine tighten as Kyiv escalates attacks on bridges, ammunition depots

CNN – According to Ukrainian officials and Western analysts, Russian forces in the occupied region of Kherson in southern Ukraine are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain the supply of ammunition, armor and fuel to the line units, thanks to the coordinated Ukrainian campaign to cut off the river and railway supply lines and the … Read more

American Airlines is betting on supersonic travel thanks to its Boom Jet deal

American Airlines is betting on supersonic travel thanks to its Boom Jet deal

An American Airlines plane flies past the US Capitol before landing at Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Virginia, USA, January 24, 2022. REUTERS / Joshua Roberts / File Photo Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Aug. 16 (Reuters) – American Airlines Group Inc (AAL.O) on Tuesday agreed to purchase up to … Read more

Nearly 80% of US children have had COVID-19

Nearly 80% of US children have had COVID-19

Coronavirus reinfection rates were relatively low before the appearance of the omicron variant, according to new CDC research. A new analysis of data from Chronicle’s City Health Department gives me a glimpse into the future of the San Francisco restaurant industry. UCSF and other Bay Area scientists want to hear from long-standing COVID sufferers to … Read more

The family buys suitcases filled with body parts at an auction

The family buys suitcases filled with body parts at an auction

An unsuspecting family in New Zealand bought suitcases at a magazine auction last week – only to find it stuffed into dismembered human body parts. Unlucky bidders called the police to their home on Moncrieff Avenue in South Auckland on Thursday afternoon after opening newly purchased luggage and making a gruesome discovery, a local police … Read more

Walmart’s results alleviate some of the fears of the recession

Walmart’s results alleviate some of the fears of the recession

On July 25, Walmart warned of its earnings until the end of the year, saying high fuel and food prices are prompting consumers to cut other spending by forcing the chain to cut prices on some irrelevant goods such as clothing, electronics and household items. The earnings warning was seen as another sign of the … Read more