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During Mental Health Awareness Month, find out how to look past the doom and gloom of the climate crisis towards hope.
Italy is considering tightening a state guarantee scheme designed to help banks shed bad debts while weighing its extension to cushion the hit from the Ukraine war and the pandemic, according to people familiar with the matter. Since its 2016 launch, the 'GACS' scheme has helped Italian banks offload 96 billion euros ($103 billion) in bad debts by softening the hit from the disposals to their earnings. As of end-2021 investors held 11.6 billion euros in GACS-backed debt, Treasury data showed in April.
A new Statehouse memorial, two license plates and tax relief were all approved this session in an effort to honor Kansas veterans and their families.
If you use Google’s Docs, Sheets, and Calendar, here’s a smart, quick way to create new files and events without clicking through menus.
As a pastor who holds Southern Baptist Convention school degrees and has served on boards for SBC entities, I am mortified by what report disclosed.
The Celtics and Heat will play to take on the Warriors in the NBA Finals.
The tight labor market has made it easier for workers to find jobs and earn raises. But the increased leverage hasn’t translated into a change in the relative positions of employees and employers.
The goings-on in the Treasure Valley in June include Father’s Day events, baseball, family festivals and lots of music.
“He was there when you registered your kid, he was there when we were passing out uniforms, he was there with equipment.”
Marie-Ange Brumelot and her father Nicolas ran the fastest combined half marathon time by a parent and child.
Archbishop William Goh, the head of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore, will be appointed a Cardinal, the Vatican said on 29 May.
Kelly Osbourne is also preparing to welcome the birth of her first child.
With a rare opening this fall in its congressional delegation, Vermont appears poised to lose its distinction as the only state that has never been represented by a woman in Washington. Three women, including Lt. Gov. Molly Gray and Senate President Pro Tempore Becca Balint, are among the Democrats competing in the Aug. 9 primary for the seat being vacated by the state's lone U.S. House member, Democrat Peter Welch, who is trying to move to the Senate. The two Republican candidates registered to run in the midterm elections are also women.
The governor of Japan's Niigata prefecture easily defeated his anti-nuclear opponent in an election on Sunday, public broadcaster NHK said, a result that could embolden members of the ruling party who are pushing for the country's largely idled nuclear energy plants to be revived. Hideyo Hanazumi, who was backed by Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), beat local businesswoman and longtime activist against nuclear energy, Naomi Katagiri by a large margin, NHK said, citing exit polls.
Aberdeen Central's Sam Rohlfs and Aberdeen Roncalli's Morgan Fiedler were both named outstanding field athlete at the state meet.
May 29—JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Path of the Flood Historic Races participants said this year's event was the ideal environment to run any distance of the course. "Today was enjoyable," Jean-Pierre Bonasso said. "Perfect weather." Runners were met with overcast skies, a slight drizzle and temperatures in the high 50s to low 60s. This year was the third time Bonasso, of Pittsburgh, ran the Path of the ...
May 29—JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Areas residents perused the wares of artists, vendors and others at the first Johnstown Pop and Comic-con at Weebs in the Woods in downtown Johnstown from noon to 8 p.m. on Saturday. "Johnstown really needs something like this," store co-owner Steve Anna said. From T-shirts to collectibles and everything in between, there was something for everyone at the show. The ...
President Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey's talks last week with Finnish and Swedish delegations were not at the "expected level" and Ankara cannot say yes to "terrorism-supporting" countries entering NATO, state broadcaster TRT Haber reported on Sunday. Turkey has objected to Sweden and Finland joining the NATO alliance, holding up a deal that would allow for a historic enlargement in the face of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Erdogan's latest comments indicated his opposition continued.
STORY: The districts of Fangshan and Shunyi will end work-from-home rules, while public transport will largely resume in the two districts as well as in Chaoyang, the city's largest. Still, restaurant dining remains banned city-wide.“I haven’t any plans yet, because I am not sure when we will be completely free from this pandemic, right now the situation has only gotten a bit better." said Beijing resident Wu Fan. China's economy has shown signs of recovering its heartbeat this month following April's slump, but activity levels are weaker than last year and many analysts expect a second-quarter contraction.The strength and sustainability of any recovery will depend largely on COVID, with the highly transmissible Omicron variant proving hard to exterminate and prone to comebacks.