Trans designer whose ‘satanist’ brand was pulled by Target sees orders surge

Transgender designer Erik Carnell has seen a surge in demand for his pins, prints, stickers and T-shirts after retailer Target pulled his products amid a backlash by some customers to its Pride collection, he said on Thursday. Target’s Pride collection included more than 2,000 products from clothes and music to home furnishings, and while several are under review the … Read more

Russia extends arrest of US journalist Evan Gershkovich by 3 months

MOSCOW — A Russian court on Tuesday extended the arrest of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich by three months in a closed-door hearing emblematic of the secrecy that has marked the case against the first United States correspondent since the Cold War to be detained in Russia on spying charges. Gershkovich, a 31-year-old American … Read more

Scientists sketch out menus of the future

Kocho, a food produced using enset, served with honey and red pepper sauce. Mwayout | Istock | Getty Images Earlier this year, shoppers in the U.K. faced a shortage of fresh fruit and vegetables, with some of the country’s grocery stores rationing produce like tomatoes, lettuce and peppers. The reasons behind the scarcity of ingredients … Read more

CDS Panel Rules Credit Suisse Takeover Not a Bankruptcy Event

The nature of Credit Suisse’s takeover has attracted controversy, particularly in regard to the treatment of the AT1 securities which were written down even as shareholders retained some value. Bondholders are challenging the decision, with a Swiss court recently ordering financial regulator Finma to release the decree that allowed for the decision. 

Rare earths, Ukraine top agenda on French President Macron’s historic visit to Mongolia

Access to rare earth minerals and Russia’s war against Ukraine topped the agenda on French President Emmanuel Macron’s historic visit to Mongolia France’s President Emmanuel Macron, right, speaks with U.S. President Joe Biden after a family photo session of leaders of the G7 and invited countries during the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Hiroshima, western Japan, … Read more

Zelenskyy says ‘Bakhmut is only in our hearts’ after Russia claims controls of Ukrainian city

KYIV, Ukraine — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Sunday that Bakhmut was “only in our hearts,” hours after Russia’s defense ministry reported that forces of the Wagner private army, with the support of Russian troops, had seized the city in eastern Ukraine. Speaking alongside U.S. President Joe Biden at the Group of Seven summit in … Read more

Meet the Top Three Candidates to Be Morgan Stanley’s Next CEO

Meet the Top Three Candidates to Be Morgan Stanley’s Next CEO Business NewsMeet The Top Three Candidates To Be Morgan Stanley’s Next CEO 20 May 2023, 9:13 PM IST 20 May 2023, 9:13 PM IST 20 May 2023, 9:13 PM IST WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Telegram

G7 urges China to press Russia to end war in Ukraine, respect Taiwan’s status, fair trade rules

HIROSHIMA, Japan — HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — The Group of Seven wealthy democracies united Saturday in urging China to pressure its strategic partner Russia to end its war on Ukraine. In a joint statement issued Saturday, the G7 leaders emphasized they did not want to harm China and were seeking “constructive and stable relations” with … Read more

US Economy Headed for Downturn in Second Half of 2023, Forecasters Say

US Economy Headed for Downturn in Second Half of 2023, Forecasters Say Business NewsU.S. Economy Headed For Downturn In Second Half Of 2023, Forecasters Say 20 May 2023, 9:59 AM IST 20 May 2023, 9:59 AM IST 20 May 2023, 9:59 AM IST WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Telegram

FDA advisors recommend Pfizer’s shot for infants

Respiratory syncytial virus – viral vaccine under research Hailshadow | Istock | Getty Images The Food and Drug Administration’s independent panel of advisors on Thursday recommended full approval of Pfizer’s vaccine that protects infants from RSV, but raised safety concerns over premature births that may be tied to the shot.  The committee unanimously said the … Read more