Patagonia to pay bail for employees arrested protesting Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision

New York Rep. Claudia Tenney and former federal prosecutor Jim Trusty weigh in on the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade on ‘The Evening Edit.’ Clothing company Patagonia pledged to bail out employees who are arrested while protesting the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. Patagonia said on Friday that it would pay for … Read more

Russian missiles strike across Ukraine, says Kyiv

Ukraine says Russia launches widespread shelling Shelling hit chemical plant where civilians trapped Ukraine forces withdraw from Sievierodonetsk Dozens of missiles hit Ukrainian military bases KYIV, June 25 (Reuters) – Russian missiles rained down across Ukraine on Saturday, hitting military facilities in the west and the north as well as a southern city as the … Read more

Dodgers’ Freddie Freeman tearful in Atlanta homecoming

Before Freddie Freeman’s return-to-Atlanta tour could even start, the superstar first baseman needed a few seconds. Freeman lapped around the room with his head down before settling into his seat at a press conference shortly before his current team, the Dodgers, faced the Braves — the team that drafted him in 2007 and with whom … Read more

Using Vitamin Supplements to Avoid Heart Disease, Cancer Are ‘Wasting Money’ for Most

New medical guidance notes market booms as Americans seek good health in pills. After years of study and growth of a multibillion-dollar industry, there’s still no conclusive proof vitamin supplements are helping patients dodge heart disease and cancer. The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), an independent panel of national experts, updated its recommendation about … Read more

This Optical Mic Can Record Multiple Instruments Separately

Although the sensitivity and performance of microphones has improved quite a bit since Alexander Graham Bell first patented them, they still have one big drawback that researchers from Carnegie Mellon University may have finally overcome by using a pair of run-of-the-mill video cameras† Put a microphone in a room with a bunch of musicians, and … Read more

Russia is days away from a historic debt default as a $100 million payment comes due with Moscow cut off from the global financial system

Russian President Vladimir Putin looks up at a joint press conference with German Chancellor O. Scholz (SPD) after several hours of one-on-one talks in the Kremlin.Photo by Kay Nietfeld/picture alliance via Getty Images Russia has $100 million in foreign debt payments due Sunday night, as a 30-day grace period ends. If bondholders don’t receive payment … Read more

Roe v Wade: More protests expected this weekend amid fury and anguish over the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling

“It’s like seeing the train coming toward you,” Kaluta, who received the news on her 24th birthday, told CNN. “And you finally get hit by it. And it still hurts more than you ever thought.” Mia Khatcherian, who lives in New York, said she felt guilty knowing that abortion is legal in her home state, … Read more

Congress passes gun safety legislation with Stabenow’s mental health program

Washington — The biggest change in gun safety law in a generation was headed for President Joe Biden’s signature Friday, and it included expanded eligibility for a mental health program written by Michigan Sen. Debbie Stabenow. The Democratic-led House voted 234-193 to approve the legislation Friday. Michigan US Reps. Fred Upton of St. Joseph and … Read more