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The bull, named Plai Bunchuay, sniffed out the food and smashed through the concrete structure in Hua Hin, southern Thailand, on Sunday morning at 2 am.
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The findings highlight the long-term persistence of contaminants introduced by human activities in the environment, research suggests.
(Bloomberg) -- Senator Jon Ossoff is poised to introduce legislation establishing a tax credit for domestic solar manufacturers that he hopes will pass as part of a larger infrastructure package later this year.The tax credit, which would work in concert with existing incentives for consumers, would be fully refundable and aims to rapidly accelerate the production of solar energy in the United States. The Georgia Democrat said his bill is intended to close the gap between U.S. manufacturers and
(Bloomberg) -- A consumer advocacy group is suing Smithfield Foods Inc. for allegedly fueling fears of a meat shortage during the pandemic to boost demand and prices for its products.Food & Water Watch filed a lawsuit on June 16 in Washington, D.C., claiming Smithfield, the top U.S. pork producer, sought to drive up demand even as it had ample reserves in cold storage and increased exports, mostly to China. The lawsuit also alleges the company misled the public about safety measures for its work
(Bloomberg) -- Sign up for the New Economy Daily newsletter, follow us @economics and subscribe to our podcast.The Federal Reserve’s policy outlook needs to be more attuned to inflation risks, according to a number of influential voices who spoke Monday.Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said he favors starting the process of tapering the central bank’s ongoing bond purchases “sooner rather than later,” while his counterpart from St. Louis, James Bullard called it “appropriate” that policy maker
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(Bloomberg) -- Stocks headed toward their biggest rally in five weeks as speculation the Federal Reserve will tighten policy at a gradual pace outweighed concern about the central bank’s hawkish pivot.A relative sense of calm returned to markets, with risk assets rebounding after last week’s selloff. Energy, financial and industrial stocks drove gains in the S&P 500, while high-flying tech companies underperformed. A gauge of small caps climbed 2%. Amazon.com Inc. fell as the online retail giant
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Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday removed the head of the powerful government auditor, promoting a career public servant to replace a member of his inner circle in the latest Cabinet reshuffle following mid-term elections. Lopez Obrador said Irma Sandoval, who served as the head of the Public Administration Ministry (SFP) since 2018, will be replaced by deputy minister Roberto Salcedo, who has worked in public sector auditing for governments dating back to the 1980s. "We are entering a new stage, and we are going to carry out new reforms," Lopez Obrador said, mentioning a constitutional change he says would save money by centralizing currently autonomous government agencies.
Maren Morris and husband Ryan Hurd welcomed son Hayes Andrew in March 2020
The New York Mets have fired two high-ranking employees and will overhaul their legal and human resources departments on the recommendation of independent investigators hired to review the organization following allegations of sexual misconduct against former manager Mickey Callaway. Callaway, fired in October of 2019 for on-field performance, was banned by Major League Baseball through at least 2022 in May following allegations of inappropriate behavior toward several women who work in sports media, including from his time with the Mets. First-year New York owner Steve Cohen hired law firm WilmerHale in March to review the organization and detailed changes he'll make in an email to employees Monday, saying he wanted “to ensure that our community and culture will always be safe, respectful, and inclusive."
The model wants fans to "love the skin you're in" as temperatures rise.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said markets looked a “little bit confused about the recent moves" after the Fed signaled it could raise rates sooner than expected.
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Expert panel inspired by Independent Sage is calling for ‘urgent, large-scale action’ to tackle biodiversity and climate crises
Intelligence and security committee report warned that government ‘took its eye off the ball’ over influence of Moscow
More than 8,500 children were used as soldiers last year in various conflicts across the world and nearly 2,700 others were killed, the United Nations said on Monday. U.N. chief Antonio Guterres' annual report to the Security Council on children and armed conflict covers the killing, maiming and sexual abuse of children, abduction or recruitment, denial of aid access and targeting of schools and hospitals. The report verified that violations had been committed against 19,379 children in 21 conflicts.
The U.S. economy is rebounding rapidly from the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but more progress is needed before the Federal Reserve should begin to scale back some of the robust support it is providing, New York Fed president John Williams said on Monday. The recent inflationary pressures appearing as some businesses struggle to keep up with a surge in demand should also subside as the economy stabilizes, the Fed official said. "It’s clear that the economy is improving at a rapid rate, and the medium-term outlook is very good," Williams said in remarks prepared for a virtual event with the Midsize Bank Coalition of America.
Former President Barack Obama put his weight behind Sen. Joe Manchin’s voting rights proposal in Congress, urging Republicans to join with Democrats to pass the legislation. Obama said that the Manchin proposal is “a product of compromise,” and that it is “an effort by maybe the most conservative Democrat in the Senate, or maybe the most conservative Democrat in Congress … to come up with some common sense reforms that the majority of Americans agree with, that Democrats and Republicans can agree with.”