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The nuanced Kremlin reaction made clear that Russia was not rejecting the U.S. and NATO responses out of hand or closing the door to diplomacy. The Russian foreign ministry said the best way to reduce tensions was for NATO to withdraw forces from eastern Europe, but also sought to quash fears of an invasion. Russia is the world's second-largest oil producer, and the crisis over Ukraine has fanned fears that energy supplies to Europe will be disrupted. Ukrainian, Russian, German and French diplomats discussed the conflict in eastern Ukraine in Paris on Wednesday and agreed more talks should be held in Berlin in two weeks. He said Moscow believed Washington was preparing to deploy short and intermediate range missiles to Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
Persons: Jan, Dmitry Peskov, Russia's, Alexei Zaitsev, Peskov, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Joe Biden, Sergey Pivovarov Read, Mevlut Cavusoglu, Dmytro Kuleba, Sergei Lavrov, Vladimir Putin, Putin, Vladimir Ermakov, Biden, Nikolaj Skydsgaard, Natalia Zinets, Pavel Polityuk, Matthias Williams, Dmitry Antonov, Maxim Rodionov, Vladimir Soldatkin, Alexander Marrow, Mark Trevelyan, Timothy Heritage, Nick Macfie, Gareth Jones Organizations: NATO, U.S, Reuters, Kyiv, Russian, REUTERS, Ukraine's, NATO REDEPLOYMENTS TASS, Thomson Locations: Moscow, Ukraine, MOSCOW, Russia, United States, Europe, Russian, Ukrainian, Rostov, U.S, Turkey, Turkish, Ankara ., Crimea, Paris, Berlin, Washington, Asia, Pacific, Lithuania, Denmark, Estonia, Copenhagen, Ankara, Kyiv
But he said U.S. and NATO statements that Russia's main demands were unacceptable did not leave much room for optimism. The nuanced Kremlin reaction made clear that Russia was not rejecting the U.S. and NATO responses out of hand or closing the door to diplomacy. Russia denies planning to invade Ukraine but says it wants to enforce "red lines" to protect its own security. He has warned of an unspecified "military-technical response" - something defence analysts say could relate to missile deployments - if Russia's demands are ignored. Ermakov said Moscow believed Washington was preparing to deploy short and intermediate range missiles to Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
Persons: Jan, Dmitry Peskov, Peskov, Sergey Pivovarov Read, Antony Blinken, Washington, Dmytro Kuleba, Kuleba, Sergei Lavrov, Lavrov, Putin, Russia's, Vladimir Ermakov, Ermakov, Nikolaj Skydsgaard, Mark Trevelyan, Timothy Heritage, Gareth Jones Organizations: Kremlin, U.S, NATO, Russian, REUTERS, Kyiv, Beijing, TASS, Thomson Locations: Moscow, Ukraine, MOSCOW, Russia, United States, Washington, Europe, Rostov, U.S, Ukrainian, Kyiv, Russian, China, Asia, Pacific, Copenhagen
Biden's fellow Democrats hold a razor-thin majority in the Senate, which under the U.S. Constitution confirms Supreme Court nominees. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Biden's nominee to replace Breyer will receive a "prompt hearing" and will be considered and confirmed with "all deliberate speed." White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Biden will honor his presidential election campaign pledge to nominate a Black woman to fill any Supreme Court vacancy. Neither the White House nor the Supreme Court confirmed Breyer's retirement plans. 1/3 Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer at Capitol Hill in Washington May 20, 2010.
Persons: Breyer, Jan, Stephen Breyer, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Chuck Schumer, Mitch McConnell, Jen Psaki, McConnell, Amy Coney Barrett, Dana Remus, Kamala Harris, Kevin Lamarque Read, Joe Manchin, Kyrsten, Bill Clinton, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Leondra Kruger, Clarence Thomas, Thomas, Thurgood Marshall, Trump's, Barrett, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Lawrence Hurley, Andrew Chung, Kanishka Singh, Richard Cowan, Jeff Mason, Scott Malone, Will Dunham, Rosalba O'Brien Organizations: Liberal U.S, Supreme, Republican, U.S, Constitution, White House Press, CNN, Republicans, Capitol, REUTERS, Democratic, California Supreme, Senate, Biden, Trump, Affordable, Thomson Locations: WASHINGTON, Washington, California, Texas, Louisiana, New York, Bengaluru
Pizza Hut is selling its spiciest pizza ever
  + stars: | 2022-01-27 | by ( Jordan Valinsky | Cnn Business | )   time to read: +1 min
New York (CNN Business) Pizza Hut is hopping on the spicy food trend. Beginning Thursday, it's rolling out the "Spicy Lover's Pizza" for a limited time. Pizza Hut's Spicy Lover's Pizza is now on sale. People are increasingly craving spicy food, Pizza Hut says. That is likely to bring them and "their pizza-loving friends and family into the world of Pizza Hut," potentially expanding its customer base, according to the report.
Persons: Burger King, Read Organizations: CNN Locations: York, Technomic, Burger
Russia has demanded NATO pull back troops and weapons from eastern Europe and bar its neighbour Ukraine, a former Soviet state, from ever joining. DIALOGUEIn Paris, diplomats from Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany held more than eight hours of talks on ending a separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine, part of the wider crisis between Moscow and Kyiv that risks becoming a full-scale war. 1/3 U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks about Russia and Ukraine during a briefing at the State Department in Washington, U.S., January 26, 2022. A day after the U.S. delivered Javelin anti-tank missiles, launchers and other hardware to Ukraine, Germany came under criticism for saying it would supply Kyiv with 5,000 military helmets while stopping short of providing weapons. U.S. officials say they are in talks with major energy-producing countries and companies worldwide over a potential diversion of supplies to Europe if Russia invades Ukraine.
Persons: Blinken, Jan, Antony Blinken, Wang Yi, Ned Price, Vladimir Putin, Alexander Grushko, Joe Biden, Putin, Dmitry Peskov, Brendan Smialowski, Peskov, Dmytro Kuleba, Vitali Klitschko, Jen Psaki, Psaki, John Irish, Rami Ayyub, Mark Trevelyan, Gareth Jones, Grant McCool, Michael Perry Organizations: Kremlin, United, Foreign, State Department, NATO, Washington, U.S, Putin, REUTERS Read, Wednesday, . State Department, White, United States, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Kremlin Russia, Ukraine, Paris WASHINGTON, MOSCOW, United States, Europe, Moscow, U.S, Russia, Soviet, Washington, Britain, Paris, France, Germany, Kyiv, Normandy, Berlin, Washington , U.S, Belarus
Hong Kong (CNN Business) Apple has once again become the top-selling smartphone brand in top market China, along with the rest of the world. Apple AAPL report by Counterpoint Research, published Wednesday, saidreached its "highest ever" market share in China in the three months to December. Apple's market share in China reached 23% in the last quarter of 2021, compared with 16% the same period the previous year. This surge came as total smartphone sales in China fell 9% year-on-year, according to Counterpoint. Apple overtook the Chinese smartphone maker, Vivo, which slipped 6%, researchers said.
Persons: Apple, Read Organizations: CNN, Apple, Counterpoint Research Locations: Hong Kong, China
Fixed mortgage rates have been increasing over the past few weeks. See more mortgage rates on Zillow Real Estate on ZillowCurrent refinance ratesMortgage type Average rate today This information has been provided by Zillow. See more mortgage rates on Zillow Real Estate on ZillowMortgage calculatorUse our free mortgage calculator to see how today's mortgage rates would impact your monthly payments. A mortgage interest rate is a fee for borrowing money from a lender, expressed as a percentage. In general, mortgage rates tend to be high when the US economy is thriving and low when it is struggling.
Persons: Robert Heck, you'll Organizations: Zillow, preapproval Locations: Chevron
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Moscow, which has massed troops near Ukraine, would not rush to draw conclusions after Washington formally responded to Russian proposals for a redrawing of post-Cold War security arrangements in Europe. Describing tensions on the continent as reminiscent of the Cold War, Peskov said it would take time for Moscow to review Wednesday's response from Washington. But he said U.S. and NATO statements that Russia's main demands were unacceptable did not leave much room for optimism. Russian and Ukrainian dollar bonds, which have been hammered in recent weeks by the mounting tension, both rose in response to Peskov's comments. 1/4 A Russian army service member fires a howitzer during drills at the Kuzminsky range in the southern Rostov region, Russia January 26, 2022.
Persons: Jan, Dmitry Peskov, Peskov, Sergey Pivovarov Read, Sergei Lavrov, Antony Blinken, Washington, Dmytro Kuleba, Dmitry Antonov, Tom Balmforth, Mark Trevelyan, Timothy Organizations: United, U.S, Russian, REUTERS, NATO, Ukrainian, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: Russia, RUSSIA, UKRAINE, MOSCOW, United States, Ukraine, Moscow, Washington, Europe, Rostov, Denmark, Kyiv
New York (CNN Business) A Manhattan restaurant where Sarah Palin was spotted dining indoors while unvaccinated over the weekend confirmed that the former Alaska governor returned to dine outdoors on Wednesday, just a few days after testing positive tor Covid. At issue are current local guidelines that advise people who tested positive to remain in isolation for five days after their positive test. "Our goal has always been to incentivize isolation for those testing positive for Covid and providing them multiple resources," a New York City Hall spokesperson said. Palin, who is in Manhattan for her defamation trial against the New York Times, tested positive for Covid-19, a federal judge presiding over her case said Monday, delaying the start of the trial. It's unclear what day Palin first tested positive.
Persons: Sarah Palin, Palin, Jed Rakoff Organizations: CNN, New York City, New York Times, Reuters, Read Locations: York, Manhattan, Alaska, New
I have schizophrenia, so I have to be proactive about my wellbeing and practice self-care. I don't eat out, I work out and test my blood pressure at home for free, and get plenty of rest. I monitor my own blood pressure so my doctor doesn't have toFor less than the cost of a $35 co-pay to my primary care physician, I bought an at-home blood pressure cuff because taking antipsychotics can also cause hypertension . I have saved hundreds of dollars over the years with this small self-care practice. Also, if my blood pressure started to trend high, I would know it quickly and alert my doctor instead of waiting for a scheduled appointment to discover the health risk.
Persons: Read, , , doesn't Organizations: Finance, Service
The Federal's Reserve timing of interest rate rises doesn't matter, Howard Marks told CNBC Wednesday. "The only thing that matters is the general direction and the themes, in my opinion," the legendary investor said. The Fed has paved the way for at least four rate hikes this year, with the first set for March. In its long-awaited policy update Wednesday, the Fed paved the way for a bare minimum of four interest rate hikes this year. Higher interest rates make companies' future profits look less attractive, which weighs on equity prices.
Persons: Howard Marks, I'm, Jerome Powell's, Powell, Stocks, Marks, Read Organizations: CNBC, Bell, Investors, Federal Reserve, Oaktree Capital Management, Fed, Bank of America
Here's a breakdown of Insider's coverage of how marketing is shaping the metaverse. Other big tech companies including Apple, Google, and Microsoft are working on their versions of the concept. Brands may have to rethink their approach to digital marketing if they are to succeed in the newest version of the web. Read more: 2022 is shaping up to be a big year for advertising M&A. 11 advertising companies that are top M&A targets in 2022 as marketers pour money into TikTok and the metaverseCompanies that Accenture CEO David Droga could buy
Persons: Read, Sir Martin Sorrell's, David Droga Organizations: Facebook, Microsoft, Service, Apple, Google, Brands, MTV, Playboy, Anheuser, Busch, Marriott, Vayner, Media.Monks, WPP, Roblox, metaverse Companies Locations: TikTok
(CNN) Once you get past the astonishing makeup and prosthetics, "Pam & Tommy" essentially functions as two miniseries in one, the first devoted to the central couple, and the latter to the hapless guy who turned them into a pioneering Internet sensation. The former works better, in a limited series that sprinkles social insight (if not quite enough) in with its salacious qualities and breezy nostalgia. When Lee fires him and stiffs him on payment, Gauthier decides to seek compensation and a measure of revenge by pilfering items from the property. Among them he finds the videotape, capitalizing upon his convenient ties to the porn industry through an unsavory producer (Nick Offerman) to try to wring every last buck out of its exposure. (In a particularly amusing moment, Gauthier rails against a guy selling bootleg copies in the Tower Records parking lot, as if there's no honor among literal thieves.)
Persons: Pam, Tommy, Lily James, Sebastian Stan, Pamela Anderson, Tommy Lee, catnip, , Craig Gillespie, Rogen's Rand Gauthier, Lee, stiffs, Gauthier, Nick Offerman, Read Organizations: CNN
I had never owned a credit card; I had never applied for a loan; everything I purchased was with cash. Whether you're a young person, new to the US, or simply haven't used credit often enough to generate a good credit score, the initial building of good credit can take time and effort. But there's one thing you can do to boost your credit score by proxy — become an authorized user on someone else's credit card. One important note: When you add an authorized user to your credit card, you are the one responsible for payment. 2 tips to fix your credit score, from an expert who raised hers 300 points and earned $100,000 teaching others to do the sameJasmine McCall teaches others how to improve credit after conquering medical debt that held her credit score hostage.
Persons: , they're, she'll, Willy Wonka's, — Joseph Hostetler, podcaster Katie Oelker, Jasmine McCall, Rich, Jen Glantz, Chase Organizations: Finance, paragon, Chase, Capital, Citi, Chase Sapphire, New York, LaGuardia Locations: Phoenix, New, Boston, San Diego, Hong Kong
A video showing a convoy of trucks has been widely miscaptioned in social media posts that have described it as showing truck drivers from South Carolina heading to join a protest convoy in Canada. The video was in fact filmed in August 2021 and shows a convoy held in support of the South Carolina Special Olympics. The video (an example here ) is circulating with descriptions linking it a protest over COVID-19 vaccine mandates by truck drivers in Canada, described as 'Freedom Convoy 2022' ( here ). Bottomley Enterprises ( here ) said they participated in the August 28, 2021 convoy ( ) event the “South Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.”VERDICTFalse. The video mislabeled as a South Carolina convoy joining the Canadian trucker protest was in fact filmed at a charity convoy in August 2021, according to a representative of the company owner who initially shared the video.
Persons: Mitchell Bottomley, Michele Bryant, , Bryant, Bottomley, Read Organizations: South Carolina Special Olympics, Canadians, Enterprises, Reuters, Compliance, Bottomley Enterprises, South, Special Locations: South Carolina, Canada, Ottawa, North Carolina
Claims on social media that mask mandates have triggered an over 350% surge in childhood speech development delays are missing context. Experts consulted by Reuters said there is as yet no significant evidence to confirm masks cause speech development delays in children. Claims reference a report published by The National Pulse, (archived here: ) with a headline that reads, “REPORT: Mask Mandates Causing Over 350% Surge In Childhood Speech Delays.” This headline. It says that although worries are valid, there is no evidence to suggest face masks "interfere with speech and language development or social communication." National experts in speech and child development say there is yet no concrete evidence to support claims that masks cause delays in speech and development in children.
Persons: Jaclyn Theek, WPBF, ” Theek, , ASHA, Diane Paul, ” Paul, Paul, Dr Peter Smith, Read Organizations: Reuters, Twitter, West Palm Beach Florida, Learning Institute, North Palm Beach, American Academy of Pediatrics, University of Miami Locations: Florida, West Palm, North Palm,
Social media users have recently circulated an image allegedly showing a home COVID-19 care kit delivered by the Mexican government that contains ivermectin. “This is the Ivermectin Kit the Mexican Government is giving its Citizens for Free,” reads a tweet from Jan. 17 that has garnered more than 20,700 retweets ( here ); ( here ). Starting Jan. 4, 2022, the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) stopped including ivermectin in their home COVID-19 care kits for ambulatory patients, the IMSS Directorate of Medical Benefits told Reuters. Ongoing clinical trials for ivermectin as a viable treatment for COVID-19 can be found ( here ). The kit referred to in the social media posts was part of the COVID-19 response of IMSS, Mexico’s main public health service( ).
Persons: Kit, ivermectin, “ Ivermectin, Proceso, Zoé Robledo, Read Organizations: Mexican Government, Citizens, Free, Mexican Institute of Social Security, ivermectin, U.S . Federal Drug Administration, COVID, Reuters, “ Therapeutics Locations: Mexican, Ivermectin, Mexico, contagions
The superintendent of Midland Public Schools said this was false. The text in one post reads: “WATCH: At a recent school board meeting, it was revealed that a Michigan school placed a LITTER BOXES in the bathroom for students that identify as cats. Unbelievable.”The Midland Public Schools board of education meeting which took place on Dec. 20, 2021 can be seen ( “There have never been litter boxes within MPS schools.”VERDICTFalse. There is no truth to the claim that the Midland Public School District in Michigan placed litter boxes in student restrooms for those who identify as “furries.”This article was produced by the Reuters Fact Check team.
Persons: Lisa Hansen, Michael E, Sharrow, Read Organizations: Midland Public Schools, Facebook, Midland Public School District, Reuters Locations: Michigan
Viruses that cause measles and the common cold do not produce false-positive COVID-19 reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) tests, contrary to posts circulating widely online. A list of more than 50 viruses has been shared on social media, with claims that they trigger a false positive COVID test result. One user who shared the list said, in part, “Here is a list of the viruses that can cause a PCR test to give false positives. This information is included in the PCR test instructions leaflet. A list of viruses circulating online do not trigger a false-positive result in RT-PCR COVID-19 tests.
Persons: , Dr Anne Wyllie, ” Wyllie, ” Albert Icksang Ko, Read Organizations: Drug Administration, FDA, Reuters, Yale School of Public Health, Diseases, Locations: MERS
There is no evidence that an Australian boy called Lachlan Leary was killed by a COVID-19 vaccine, contrary to claims on social media. In the original post, Leary explained how his son Lachlan became unwell with a fever after receiving the shot. When he began experiencing breathing difficulties, the boy was taken to Sydney’s Westmead Hospital in New South Wales, Leary wrote - but was later sent home. “Friday morning at 4am, we heard him yell out, he was on his bedroom floor, he then collapsed, he was not breathing,” the now-removed Facebook post read. Leary claimed that Lachlan died of a “massive heart attack” on his way to hospital, using it as warning against children being given the vaccine.
Persons: Lachlan Leary, Steve Leary, , Leary, Lachlan, , steve, leary, Read Organizations: Westmead, Facebook, Children’s, New South Wales Health, Reuters Locations: Australian, New South Wales, Westmead, Winter, , Florida, United States
But a WHO spokesperson told Reuters that Perronne was not a VP but a member of an advisory group. In the video, Perronne speaks in French in Luxembourg’s Parliament and says that the COVID-19 vaccines are “completely ineffective”. Users sharing the video describe Perronne as the WHO’s former vice president and repeat some of his claims (here, here, here , here). A WHO spokesperson told Reuters that Perronne was never a vice president within the organisation. “False or misleading statements related to COVID-19 disease and COVID-19 vaccines have recently been attributed to Dr Perronne in the news.
Persons: Christian Perronne, Perronne, ETAGE, Dr Perronne, ” Perronne, Raymond Poincaré, , COVID, Read Organizations: World Health Organization, WHO, Reuters, European Technical Advisory, Raymond, Raymond Poincaré Hospital, Hospitals of Paris, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Public Health, U.S . National Institutes of Health, ” Reuters, immunisation Locations: COVID, Luxembourg’s, immunisation, ETAGE, Garches
The sudden death of a 29-year-old French rugby union player has been falsely linked online to COVID-19 vaccines. Jordan Michallet, a fly-half for Rouen Normandie Rugby, died on Jan. 18, his team said in a statement (here). “Another coincidence?” one Twitter user asked alongside an article about Michallet’s death. Similar suggestions have appeared on Twitter (here, here, here and here by a verified Twitter user). There is no evidence Jordan Michallet died as a result of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Persons: Jordan Michallet, , Michallet, Mathilde, Read Organizations: French rugby, Rouen Normandie Rugby, Social, Twitter, Reuters Locations: Normandie, Rouen, COVID
Social media users are claiming that COVID-19 case numbers are much higher than before there was a COVID-19 vaccine, suggesting that the vaccine has caused the high number of cases. Reuters Fact Check has previously debunked claims that the COVID-19 vaccine does not give the person receiving the vaccine a new COVID-19 infection (here), (here) . It is true that COVID-19 case numbers are at their highest, as seen in a graph by the CDC (here). A study published on Jan. 11, 2022 (here) found that the Omicron variant caused fewer and shorter hospitalizations overall, as discussed (here). COVID-19 case numbers are high due to the Omicron variant, not because the COVID-19 vaccine causes the virus.
Persons: Read Organizations: Disease Control, Prevention, CDC, Reuters Locations: United States
(Reuters) -Bloomsbury Publishing expects annual profit and revenue to top market expectations, led by strong sales of literature across all age groups, the Harry Potter publisher said on Wednesday. “Supply chain issues saw retailer purchases materially ahead of normal,” analysts at Peel Hunt said in a note. “Clearly, Christmas sell-through has been good.”Current market expectations call for revenue of 197.1 million pounds ($266 million) and profit before tax and other items of 20.1 million pounds, Bloomsbury said. “Revenue is expected to be comfortably ahead and profit materially ahead of market expectations for the year ending 28 February 2022,” it said in a statement. Aside from the ever popular Harry Potter series of books Bloomsbury’s titles include ‘Paradise’ by the 2021 Nobel literature prize winner Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah.
Persons: Harry Potter, Sinead Lynch, Peel Hunt, Abdulrazak Gurnah Organizations: Reuters, Bloomsbury Publishing, Peel, Bloomsbury, London Stock Exchange Locations: London, , Bloomsbury
Equities ended well off session lows, where the S&P 500 flirted once again with confirming a correction. Energy was the top gainer among the 11 major sectors in the S&P 500, with tech shares (.SPLRCT) suffering the largest percentage decline. The fourth-quarter reporting season is in full-stride, with 79 of the companies in the S&P 500 having reported. Analysts now see aggregate S&P 500 earnings growth of 24.1% for the October-December period, per Refinitiv. The S&P 500 posted seven new 52-week highs and four new lows; the Nasdaq Composite recorded 19 new highs and 134 new lows.
Persons: Tom Martin, Jerome Powell's, Martin, Brendan McDermid Read, Johnson, Stephen Culp, Bansari Mayur, Cynthia Osterman Organizations: Microsoft, Express, IBM, Dow, Nasdaq, Federal, Dow Jones, Federal Open Markets, NATO, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Energy, Netflix, Analysts, General Electric Co, Wall, American Express, NYSE, Thomson Locations: U.S, Atlanta, United States, Ukraine, New York City, Bengaluru
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