How Trump Could Win the 2024 Republican Nomination

How Trump Could Win the 2024 Republican Nomination

Former US President Donald Trump speaks at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, US, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022. Trump formally entered the 2024 US presidential race, making official what he’s been teasing for months just as many Republicans are preparing to move away from their longtime standard bearer. .

US Defense Chief Warns About Potential Nuclear Spiral

US Defense Chief Warns About Potential Nuclear Spiral

A vehicle transports a RS-24 Yars strategic nuclear missile along a street during a Victory Day rehearsal in Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Russian President Vladimir Putin postponed the traditional May 9 parade in April because of the coronavirus. .

China, Japan Leaders Open Door to Mending Ties in First Meeting

China, Japan Leaders Open Door to Mending Ties in First Meeting

While Beijing tacked closer to Russia, taking part in joint military exercises near Japan, Kishida has sought stronger ties with NATO, becoming the first Japanese premier to attend the group’s summit in June. At the same time, the massive flow of Chinese tourists to Japan that helped revamp Japan’s image in China in previous years … Read more

Panic Eases Over Poland Strike As Allies Query Rocket’s Origin

Panic Eases Over Poland Strike As Allies Query Rocket’s Origin

US President Joe Biden and key European leaders urged caution after a rocket struck a Polish village just over the border from Ukraine, keen to avoid the incident spiraling into a major drama with Russia. .

Donald Trump Is Set to Announce Third Presidential Run Despite GOP Turmoil

Donald Trump Is Set to Announce Third Presidential Run Despite GOP Turmoil

Trump’s 2024 campaign will be led by a cadre of strategists, including longtime GOP operative Chris LaCivita, Susie Wiles, chief executive officer of Trump’s Save America PAC and Brian Jack, a former political director in Trump’s White House, according to a person familiar with the matter, who asked for anonymity to discuss internal decisions. .

Oil Extends Losses With Demand Fears Overshadowing Tight Supply

Oil Extends Losses With Demand Fears Overshadowing Tight Supply

West Texas Intermediate futures dropped towards $85 a barrel after closing 3.5% lower in the previous session. OPEC cut its forecasts for global demand in the fourth quarter again, while US companies fracked fewer wells than they drilled for the first time in two years, indicating a possible slowdown in production. .

Election Day Opens With Americans Set to Deliver Verdict on Biden Agenda

Election Day Opens With Americans Set to Deliver Verdict on Biden Agenda

(Bloomberg) — A deeply divided US electorate delivers its verdict Tuesday on whether Democrats or Republicans have the right prescription to guide the nation through a bout of inflation, a looming recession and bitter splits on cultural and social issues. Voters will decide control of Congress as well as state capitals across the country, but … Read more

Must we simply accept this lifestyle choice?

Must we simply accept this lifestyle choice?

DEAR ABBY: My dear friend “Rose’s” husband died five years ago, and she struggled with grief and loneliness. She immersed herself in her church, friends and family. We usually talked three to five times per week and we traveled together. Rose decided to explore online dating. She met a man, and her entire life changed. … Read more

Alphabet Cut Off Workers From Pay Transparency Data, Union Says

Alphabet Cut Off Workers From Pay Transparency Data, Union Says

In a filing Thursday, the Alphabet Workers Union claimed that Alphabet and two of its staffing vendors violated federal labor law, which protects employees’ right to discuss their working conditions and organize. By withdrawing workers’ access to an online spreadsheet comparing pay rates, the companies “interfered with, restrained and coerced” the employees, the complaint claims. … Read more