The President of Ukraine continues his tour of the frontline areas of the war

OKHTYRKA, Ukraine (AP) – Ukraine’s president visited the Sumy region of northern Ukraine on Tuesday, continuing his tour in recent days of areas of the country that have felt the brunt of Russia’s full-scale offensive. and as the stage looks increasingly set for a Ukrainian counteroffensive. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with officials and local people … Read more

In a lawsuit, Minnesota says e-cigarette maker Juul is aimed at children

MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison personally opened his state’s lawsuit against Juul Labs on Tuesday, accusing the e-cigarette maker of using “smooth products, clever ads and enticing flavors” to get kids hooked on nicotine, the first of thousands of cases. the company faced a lawsuit. Minnesota is seeking more than $100 million in … Read more

The Army is quickly planning new ads after the arrest of Jonathan Majors

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Army is scrambling for new recruiting ads to run during the NCAA Final Four basketball games this weekend after it was forced to pull ads featuring actor Jonathan Majors following his arrest. last saturday Army leaders were excited to feature the majors in ads as a key part of their new … Read more

Lululemon’s shares jumped on the rise in holiday quarter sales

A Lululemon sign is seen at a mall in San Diego, California on November 23, 2022. Mike Blake | Reuters Lululemon on Tuesday reported strong sales for the holiday quarter, suggesting that more affluent shoppers are still buying yoga pants and tops despite rising prices for essential items. The company also gave positive instructions for … Read more

EEOC sues Walmart for firing employee with Crohn’s disease

The Walmart logo is displayed outside their store near Bloomsburg. Paul Weaver | Lightrocket | Getty Images The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Walmart for firing a North Carolina employee with Crohn’s disease after the retail giant refused to grant him disability leave. The EEOC complaint, filed in federal court in Charlotte, accuses Walmart … Read more

France sees new pension protests and the police prepare for violence

Paris (AP) – Protests and strikes against unpopular pension reforms resumed across France on Tuesday, with police security stepped up amid government warnings that radical protesters intended to “destroy, injure and kill.” Concerns that violence could disrupt the protests led to what Interior Minister Gérald Darman described as an unprecedented deployment of 13,000 officers, almost … Read more

Walgreens (WBA) Q2 earnings

Walgreens’ quarterly results beat Wall Street expectations despite a decline in earnings. Hundreds of stores returned to regular pharmacy hours during the quarter, helping boost prescription volumes Walgreens’ growing healthcare unit’s revenue increased. A man walks near a Walgreens pharmacy on March 9, 2023 in New York City. Leonardo Munoz | Corbis News | Getty … Read more

Protests against French pension reform: Protesters arrive at airport amid nationwide protests

CNN — Demonstrators arrived at an airport in southwestern France on Tuesday as part of demonstrations against the country’s proposed pension reforms, which have sparked widespread protests and paralyzed major services across the country in recent weeks. Videos on social media confirmed by CNN show protesters firing smoke bombs outside Biarritz Airport’s entrance and terminal … Read more

Virgin Orbit continues unpaid break as contract collapses, talks continue

NEWQUAY, ENGLAND – JANUARY 9: A general view of Cosmic Girl, a Boeing 747-400 carrying a LauncherOne rocket under its left wing, as final preparations are made at Cornwall Airport in Newquay on January 9, 2023 in Newquay, United Kingdom. Virgin Orbit launches its LauncherOne rocket from Cornwall Spaceport, the first orbital launch from the … Read more

Zelenskyy, the head of the atomic agency, discusses the fears of nuclear power plants

ZAPORIZZHIA, Ukraine (AP) — The U.N.’s atomic energy chief warned Monday during a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that the dangerous situation at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant is “not improving” as ongoing fighting in the region puts the facility at risk. from the disaster. The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has six reactors shut … Read more