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  • How Red Lobster's Endless Shrimp Offer Sank the Company Red Lobster, the largest seafood restaurant chain in the U.S., has filed for bankruptcy protection. ...
  • Deep-Sea Hooked Squid Captured on Video Unveiling Unique Hunting Method A rare squid, living in depths of 3280 feet, has revealed a unique hunting method of emitting bright ...
  • Trump's Campaign Video Sparks Outrage with Nazi-Era References Donald Trump posted a campaign video using the term Reich, which evokes the Third Reich of Nazi Germany, within the U.S. He then deleted it on the 21st (local time). The former president posted a 30-second video on his social media platform, Truth Social. The video, titled “What is America’s next goal?” under a fictitious […]
  • U.S. Tariff Hike on Chinese Goods Could Reshape Medical Industry in South Korea Image Today With the Biden administration pushing for a tariff increase on Chinese medical devices such as syringes, needles, rubber gloves, and face masks, South Korean companies, which have struggled to secure market share due to low-cost competition, are expected to benefit from the situation. However, the pharmaceutical and biotech industries remain nervous, warning that […]
  • Amal Clooney Advocates for Arrest Warrants in War Crimes Case Involving Israel and Hamas The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has simultaneously requested arrest warrants for Israeli and Hamas leaders on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Amal Clooney, wife of actor George Clooney, was among the lawyers who recommended the request for the warrants, as reported by the Associated Press on the 20th […]
  • iPhone 16 Color Update: What's In and What's Out This Season News has come out that a new color will be added to the iPhone 16 series from Apple Inc., slated for ...
  • Drones Strike Russian Oil: Ukraine's Bold Move Shuts Down Krasnodar Refinery A Ukrainian drone attack on southern Russia has forced a small independent oil refinery in Krasnodar to cease operations. On the 19th (local time), the Russian administration announced that six drones attacked the Sloviansk facility overnight. Fortunately, no casualties have been reported. According to a statement from the Russian Ministry of Defense, 61 Ukrainian drones […]
  • U.S. Ramps Up to Defend Against Satellite Threats from China, Russia Amidst a new Cold War scenario, the U.S. Department of Defense is making serious strides to prepare ...
  • North Korea and Russia Discuss Restarting Train Services A North Korean delegation from the People's Committee of Rason City, led by Chairman Sin Chang Il, r ...
  • Son Swindles Father for $1.4 Million to Fuel Online Gambling Spree A son who deceived his father to gamble online and squandered approximately 1.7 billion won (about $1.4 million) has been given a suspended sentence. According to the legal community on May 20th, the Suwon District Court’s Criminal Division 12 (Judge Ha Sang Je) sentenced a man in his 20s to eight months in prison with […]
  • Copper Prices Soar: Chile Predicts Continued Rise Through Next Year Chile, the world’s largest copper supplier, has raised its average copper price forecast for this year and next year. The possibility of copper prices continuing to rise in the near term has increased. The Chilean state copper commission, Cochilco, announced on May 17th that it has revised its average copper price forecast for this year from […]
  • New mRNA Cancer Vaccine: A Beacon of Hope for Brain Tumor Patients Research results have been released stating that a new mRNA vaccine has been developed that can trea ...
  • New Research Unlocks Genetic Puzzles of Hypertension A recent study has discovered a large number of genetic signals that could influence blood pressure. ...
  • The Secret to Maintaining Muscle Strength May Be in Your Biological Clock The circadian clock’s necessity at the molecular level in the brain and muscle tissues for muscle function and health has been found throughout the study and has been published in Science. The circadian rhythm is an internal clock that regulates sleep and wakefulness and is influenced by sunlight and darkness. The circadian rhythm affects various […]
  • New Research Suggests Dietary Shifts Can Help Combat Pulmonary Hypertension A study has revealed a diet that can slow the progression of pulmonary hypertension.The study, publi ...
  • Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's Treatment Under Review by FDA Advisory Committee The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory committee will discuss Eli Lilly's Donanemab fo ...
  • How Custom Vaccines Could Soothe Eczema Itch A study on treating eczema flare-ups through customized vaccines has been released.The research conc ...
  • 100 Hours a Week: The Job That Killed a Bank of America Employee Criticism is mounting over the industry culture of enforcing excessive work hours, following the death of a 30-something banker who was working over 100 hours per week in the U.S. According to Reuters on the 15th (local time), it was revealed that Leo Lukenas III, an employee of the investment banking team at Bank of […]
  • Chinese Restaurant Owner Caught Using Opium Poppies as Spice A self-employed individual in China has been caught using opium poppies as a spice for hot pot.The p ...
  • Putin Lands in Beijing: A Strategic Move Amidst Global Tensions CNN reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Beijing, China for a state visit on the 16th. This visit is Putin’s first overseas trip since the start of his fifth term in power. CNN pointed out, “Despite friction with the West, China and Russia are deepening their relations.” Putin arrived in Beijing just hours […]
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