Turkish Foreign Minister’s visit to Israel is a sign that relations are heating up | News

Mevlut Cavusoglu’s trip to Israel this week will make him the first Turkish foreign minister to visit the country in 15 years, the latest step in a rapprochement between the countries after years of stormy relations. Cavusoglu, who is expected to be accompanied by Energy Minister Fatih Donmez, is scheduled to meet his counterpart Yair … Read more

Government tax collection soars 12% year-on-year to £50bn in April

Struggling Britons were warned today that they will face another 50 per cent rise in energy prices in October as Boris Johnson held a cabinet crisis over the cost of living. Ofgem Chief Executive Jonathan Brearley revealed his latest estimate for the price cap while giving evidence to MPs in the Business Committee. He said … Read more

Sweden and Finland will send delegations to Turkey over NATO offers | NATO News

Aspiring NATO members are seeking to clarify differences with Ankara, which opposes their application to join the alliance. Sweden and Finland are sending delegations to Turkey, hoping to clarify Ankara’s opposition to their requests to join NATO, according to Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto. “When we see trouble coming, of course we take it diplomatically. … Read more

Publisher Karen Hawkins leaves Chicago Reader

Now that the Chicago Reader’s transition to nonprofit ownership is complete under the Reader Institute for Community Journalism, there is a change in editorial leadership at the 50-year-old alternative publication. Karen Hawkins is leaving as co-editor and editor-in-chief of Reader to become story editor for The 19th, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Austin, … Read more

Under fire from Congress, FDA chief says baby formula shortage will soon improve | Michigan News | Detroit

click to enlarge Mike Mozart / Flickr Creative Commons Enfamil infant milk WASHINGTON — U.S. Food and Drug Commissioner Robert Califf told Congress Thursday that the infant formula shortage will likely begin to improve in the coming days, though he declined to explain to disgruntled lawmakers why his agency failed to act earlier on a … Read more

Hocking raid: Man presumed dead after brutal attack in North Perth

Detectives are looking to locate a person who allegedly attacked a 56-year-old man and left him lying on the ground in a northern suburb of Perth. Police will allege that an “unknown person” seriously assaulted the man in Hocking around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. The 56-year-old alleged victim was walking on a trail linking Vignersons Loop … Read more

Justin Shilling’s Family Files Lawsuit Against Oxford Schools – CBS Detroit

(CBS DETROIT) — The family of one of the students killed in a mass shooting at Oxford High School is filing a new federal lawsuit. Justin Shilling, 17, was one of four students killed on November 30. Shilling’s family attorney, Ven Johnson, says school employees ignored the suicide prevention policy. READ MORE: Michigan gas prices … Read more

Social dilemma: Is it okay to let your teens play beer pong with soda?

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – Today’s 98.3 TRY social dilemma is about what is appropriate for teenagers. Here is the email I received from a single parent. Get the latest news, weather, sports and entertainment delivered straight to your inbox! Hi Jaime, I’m Ben and I have a question: “Would you let your teenagers play beer … Read more

‘Bel-Air’ Star Cassandra Freeman Breaks Walmart’s Juneteenth Ice Cream: ‘That’s Wrong!’

By Sandra Rosa | Monday, May 23, 2022 Twitter Cassandra Freeman, best known for playing Aunt Viv on the TV drama “Bel-Air,” criticized Walmart for its “celebration edition” Juneteenth ice cream. The actress said that the frozen treat is just wrong. Juneteenth is a federal holiday that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved Africans in the … Read more