By MARI YAMAGUCHI and FOSTER KLUGAssociated press TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s minister for gender equality and children’s issues has called the country’s record low birthrate and population slump a national crisis and blamed “indifference and ignorance” on Japanese male-dominated parliament for negligence. In an extensive interview with The Associated Press,Read More →

By KRUTIKA PATHI, KRISHAN FRANCIS and BHARATHA MALLAWARACHIAssociated press COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was sworn in as interim president of Sri Lanka on Friday until parliament elects a successor to Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who resigned after mass protests against the country’s economic collapse forced him outRead More →

By YURI KAGEYAMAAP Business Writer TOKYO (AP) — Asian stocks were mostly down on Monday, though Japan’s benchmark index rallied, welcoming a landslide legislative election victory for the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. Concerns about global inflation and disruptions to economic activity caused by the coronavirus pandemic are negatively affecting investorRead More →

By RAF CASERTAssociated press BRUSSELS (AP) — The 30 NATO allies signed Sweden and Finland’s membership protocols on Tuesday, sending the two nations’ offers of membership to alliance capitals for legislative approval. The move further reinforces Russia’s strategic isolation following its invasion of neighboring Ukraine in February and the militaryRead More →

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — In a game littered with oddities, it ended up being the most normal result: a 7-3 Foresters win over the Oaks on The Independent Night at Pershing Park. A three-run seventh for Santa Barbara opened a tight game, and the Foresters added key insurance runs forRead More →

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By AAMER MADHANIAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has approved giving federal wildland firefighters a big raise for the next two fiscal years, a move that affects more than 16,000 firefighters and comes as many Western accolades for a season difficult forest fires. Salary increases for federal firefightersRead More →

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — More than 100 volunteers banded together to clean up Santa Barbara as part of the Mayor’s Cleanup Day. The volunteers met at the State Street Visitor Center to stock up on snacks and coffee before beginning their 3-hour cleanup session. According to Courtney Rintoul, Chief OperatingRead More →

REGION SELECTION RectangleCreated with Sketch. WN Lifestyle Home – Food Photo by Unsplash originally posted at: Saturday, June 18, 2022, 12:44 a.m. CDT Provided by Syndication Cloud What are some of the traditional foods you think of when it comes to St. Patrick’s Day? Some foods that might comeRead More →

By MATTHEW BROWN and BRIAN MELLEYAssociated press RED LODGE, Mt. (AP) – Uncertainty gnawed at Yellowstone National Park’s gateway town of Gardiner this week following unprecedented flooding that shut down one of America’s most beloved natural attractions and washed away visitors. roads, bridges and houses. Gardiner itself escaped flooding butRead More →

By KEN SWEETAP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies fell on Monday after a major cryptocurrency lender effectively failed and halted all withdrawals from its platform, citing “market conditions”. extremes”. This is the latest high-profile collapse for a stalwart of the cryptocurrency industry.Read More →

A very persistent marine layer kept much of the coastline under gray and cool skies. Northwesterly winds are the culprit and even though fog is our main weather story, the turn of the coast from Point Conception south to about Santa Barbara allows the winds to turn offshore and pushRead More →

MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian Navy carried out another test of a future hypersonic missile on Saturday, a demonstration of the military’s long-range strike capability amid fighting in Ukraine. The Defense Ministry said the Admiral Gorshkov frigate of the Northern Fleet in the White Sea launched the Zircon cruise missileRead More →

Another classic May day with sea fog and erratic sunshine. Temperatures ranged from cool mid-60s near the coast to balmy 70s and 80s further inland. We expect another mild night with more fog pushing slowly inland and overnight lows in the 50s and possibly upper 40s. Although the drizzle isRead More →

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By Brian Fung and Sara Ashley O’Brien, CNN Business New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced a lawsuit against Amazon on Wednesday, alleging the e-commerce giant failed to provide reasonable accommodations to the warehouse. pregnant or disabled workers under national human rights law. The complaint, filed privately by the state’s HumanRead More →

By Oren Liebermann, CNN The US Air Force carried out a successful test of its troubled hypersonic missile over the weekend, a month after announcing the program had suffered delays due to “recent flight test anomalies”. The air-launched rapid-response weapon was successfully launched by a B-52H bomber off the coastRead More →

By Marshall Cohen, CNN The trial of Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann begins Monday in Washington, DC, and will feature a cast of figures linked to the 2016 election. Sussmann was indicted last year by Special Counsel John Durham, the Trump-era prosecutor who has spent the past three yearsRead More →

By Veronica Stracqualursi, Maria Cartaya and Jamiel Lynch, CNN On Thursday, Louisiana House lawmakers slashed a controversial bill that included language aimed at classifying abortions as homicide and potentially allowing women to face criminal charges for terminating their pregnancies. House Bill 813, which was introduced by Republican State Rep. DannyRead More →

USA Volleyball has announced the 25-athlete roster for the United States Women’s National Team for the 2022 Volleyball Nations League (VNL). Former Husker volleyball stars Kelsey Robinson and Justine Wong-Orantes are two of the 25 players in the listing. The American women are the three-time defending VNL champions as wellRead More →

Black News Channel President JC Watts discusses the launch of the nation’s only 24-hour news network during an interview in Tallahassee, Florida.Photo: Brendan Farrington (PA) Black News Channel, or BNC, close in March after only 2 years after its launch. The television network touted its majority shareholder as owner ofRead More →

By Jackie Wattles, CNN Business Three NASA astronauts and a European astronaut disembarked aboard their SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule off the coast of Florida after midnight Friday morning, capping their six-month mission in which they worked alongside Russian cosmonauts and welcomed the first fully private crew to visit the orbitingRead More →

By Joan Biskupic, CNN legal analyst and Supreme Court biographer Supreme Court justices take extraordinary precautions to protect their internal deliberations. They swear their clerks to secrecy. They destroy the documents. They never reveal in advance when specific decisions will be announced. Some justices even object when colleagues arrange toRead More →

REGION SELECTION RectangleCreated with Sketch. News By Barbara Starr, CNN correspondent at the Pentagon Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 12:04 p.m. CDT Update: Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 1:19 p.m. CDT Karsten Klama/Picture Alliance/Getty Images By Barbara Starr, CNN correspondent at the Pentagon Gen. Christopher Cavoli, the current chief of US ArmyRead More →