Central banks in the U.S., Europe, Canada and parts of Asia are lifting interest rates rapidly as they try to wrestle breakneck inflation under control.
It’s usually not hot enough to need it, and homes were built to retain heat, not stay cool.
UK and Europe Heat Wave News: Live Updates The New York Times What is the highest temperature ever recorded in your country? Al Jazeera English Britain on course for hottest day on record Reuters UK Weather tracker: UK regions expected to smash temperature records The Guardian In Pictures: Thousands head to beaches as health boss warns of ‘ferocious heat’ Kidderminster
Trial expected to begin for ex-Trump adviser Steve Bannon The Associated Press Trumpism is on trial with Bannon in court and Jan. 6 hearing in primetime CNN Jury selection for Steve Bannon contempt trial set to begin The Washington Post Trump adviser Bannon’s trial for defying Jan. 6 subpoena starts Monday NPR Steve Bannon goes to trial in first
UK heatwave: Country may have hottest day on record with 41C forecast BBC WION Climate Tracker: UK braces for all-time-high temperature | International News WION What impact will 40°C heat have on the UK? – BBC News BBC News The terrifying truth: Britain’s a hothouse, but one day 40C will seem cool The Guardian Extreme heat warning goes into
Sri Lanka puts emergency in place ahead of parliament’s vote for new president Reuters.com Sri Lanka acting president declares emergency amid protests The Associated Press Emergency in Sri Lanka ahead of parliament vote for new president Al Jazeera English Sri Lanka declares emergency ahead of president vote Reuters Sri Lanka: acting president declares state of emergency ahead of MPs’
Gunman kills three in Indiana mall before being shot by armed bystander Reuters.com Indiana shopping mall shooter shot dead by armed ‘good Samaritan,’ police say Fox News 3 people killed and 2 injured during a shooting at an Indiana shopping mall CNN 4 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Greenwood Park Mall; police said ‘good Samaritan’ shot and
When he was alive, the graffiti of Tsang Tsou-choi, or the “King of Kowloon,” was considered peculiar and personal. In a radically changed city, his mostly vanished art now has a political charge.
College-educated workers are driving a spike in union organizing.
Her life was marked by tragedy, including the bizarre death of her fourth husband, but that did not stop her from giving away millions.