Category: Amnons Report

Olympics-Table Tennis-Germany overjoyed after dramatic men’s team win

By Eimi Yamamitsu TOKYO (Reuters) -German’s trio of Patrick Franziska, Dimitrij Ovtcharov and Timo Boll celebrated an emotional 3-2 win over the Japanese men’s team in their semi-final match on

U.S. Treasury keeps auction sizes steady, mulls future cuts

CHICAGO (Reuters) -The U.S. Treasury Department said on Wednesday it will keep its coupon issuance steady over the coming quarter, but is considering reductions in future quarters.

Russia blocks online art community DeviantArt for not deleting content

MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia has blocked DeviantArt, an online community for artists and designers that is popular with Russians, over its failure to remove prohibited content, state communications

Instacart names former Facebook global ads chief as president

(Reuters) – Instacart on Wednesday named Facebook Inc veteran Carolyn Everson as president and said she would lead its retail and advertising businesses, as the grocery delivery company hires more

Robinhood shares surge more than 80% as retail investors dive in

(Reuters) – Shares of Robinhood Markets Inc soared more than 80% on Wednesday before paring gains, helped by a surge of interest from retail traders who have piled into the stock after its

Michigan man pleads guilty to U.S. Capitol riot charge, sentenced

By Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Michigan man who urged his social media followers to “take back our country” before the assault on the U.S.

Barack Obama’s last-minute backdown

Former US president Barack Obama has backed down and “significantly” reduced the size of his upcoming birthday party after a public backlash against his plan to host it amid a surge in Covid-19 infections across the country.

Brett Giroir: Vaccine Mandates for Businesses Are Reasonable

Vaccine mandates from businesses are very reasonable and should be supported, said President Donald Trump’s former COVID-19 testing Czar, Brett Giroir. “We should support businesses…

Munich-to-Prague Train Collides With Czech Commuter Service, 3 Dead

MILAVCE, Czech Republic—A Munich-to-Prague express train ran through a stop signal and collided with a local commuter service in the Czech Republic on Wednesday and three people were killed including both train drivers, authorities said. Eight passengers were seriously injured and several were taken by helicopter to hospital from the crash site near the western […]

Belarus Olympic athlete stops over in Vienna before Poland refuge

Belarusian Olympic sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya arrived in Austria on Wednesday en route to Poland, where she is expected to take refuge after saying she feared for her life if forced to return home.

Taliban warn of more targeted attacks as Afghan forces defend besieged cities

The Taliban warned Wednesday of more attacks targeting Afghan government leaders, a day after the defence minister escaped an assassination attempt and as the insurgents fought to take control of a string of besieged cities across the country.

Taliban warn of more targeted attacks as Afghan forces defend besieged cities

The Taliban warned Wednesday of more attacks targeting Afghan government leaders, a day after the defence minister escaped an assassination attempt and as the insurgents fought to take control of a string of besieged cities across the country.

Amazon Slashes Prime Drone Delivery Team

Amazon Prime Air, a U.K.-based team that oversees the company’s drone delivery service, has lost over 100 employees in the last few years, with some former staff telling Wired that the department is…

Fight Social Media Censorship by Suing for Discrimination, Think Tank Head Urges

The best way to fight social media censorship is to promote model state legislation all across the country that gives users the right to sue when a tech platform engages in discrimination, John Hinderaker, president of Minnesota’s Center for the American Experiment, told The Epoch Times in an exclusive interview. In a July 30 column […]

Arkansas governor says he regrets banning mask mandates, wants legislature to change the law

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) said Thursday he regrets signing a bill into law that bans state and local government authorities from implementing mask mandates as COVID-19 cases are increasing in his state. The Republican governor told reporters th…