Germany ahead of its natural gas supply

European governments are scrambling to fill underground storage with gas supplies to provide households with enough fuel to keep homes warm through winter. Image Alliance | Image Alliance | Getty Images Germany’s natural gas storage facilities surpassed a full level of more than 75% this month, two weeks ahead of schedule, as Europe’s biggest economy … Read more

Dow Jones Futures Signals Modest Market Rally; BBBY Stock is slipping, time to bite into Apple Stock?

Dow Jones futures rose slightly on Thursday morning, as did S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures. X The stock market rally retreated on Wednesday amid key resistance. Major indices initially pared losses after the release of the Fed’s July 27-28 meeting minutes, but faded again at the close. Apple (AAPL) cleared a trendline entry, with megacap … Read more

Spacesuit issue cuts short Russian spacewalk outside space station

A Russian spacewalk outside the International Space Station was halted on Wednesday (August 17) after a cosmonaut experienced an electrical problem with his spacesuit. Moscow Mission Control ordered Expedition 67 Commander Oleg Artemyev to return to the airlock after reporting a voltage fluctuation in his Orlan’s battery power. scuba. “Drop everything and leave right away!” … Read more

After Wyoming loss, Cheney braces for longer-term fight against Trump — and his own political future

The question Cheney faces is whether there is an appetite within the Republican Party for a candidate singularly focused on serving as an antagonist to its most popular and dominant figure. “It’s something I’m thinking about, and I’ll be making a decision in the coming months,” Cheney said on NBC’s “Today” on Wednesday. However, his … Read more

Forced labor ‘reasonable to conclude’ in China, says UN expert | Labor rights

Allegations that China supervises the forced labor of Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang are credible and convincing, a UN expert on slavery has found. In a report at the United Nations General Assembly, Tomoya Obokata, the special rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery, said it was “reasonable to conclude” that forced labor was … Read more

Explosions force Russia to withdraw planes from Crimean airbases: Ukraine

A Russian fighter jet and military personnel are pictured in this photo taken in Crimea November 26, 2014. Multiple explosions have rocked Russian bases in Crimea over the past week, with Ukraine reporting the blasts forced the withdrawal planes. YURI LASHOV/AFP/Getty Explosions have forced the Russian military to withdraw planes and helicopters from airbases in … Read more

China deploys cloud seeding planes and cuts electricity consumption as record heat wave takes its toll | China

China is scrambling to ease power shortages and bring more water to the drought-hit Yangtze River Basin as it battles a record heat wave by seeding clouds, deploying funds relief and developing new sources of supply. For more than two months, baking temperatures have disrupted crop growth, threatened livestock and forced industries in hydro-dependent regions … Read more