Office janitor urinated into employees’ water bottles, leading 13 women to test positive for STDs: lawsuit

Office janitor urinated into employees’ water bottles, leading 13 women to test positive for STDs: lawsuit

Several Texas companies are facing a lawsuit for employing a janitor accused of urinating into employees’ water bottles and infecting more than a dozen victims with sexually transmitted diseases. The lawsuit, stemming from the October arrest of janitor Lucio Catarino Diaz, was filed on behalf of 13 women who say the janitor urinated in their … Read more

Ukraine war: fighting intensifies in east and north after tank promises

Ukraine war: fighting intensifies in east and north after tank promises

Ukraine says it needs more weapons and calls for sanctions Western allies agreed this week to provide tanks Russia says US president holds key to end fighting NEAR VUHLEDAR, Ukraine, Jan 27 (Reuters) – Ukraine battled Russian troops trying to break through its lines to the east and northeast on Friday, and artillery shelling intensified … Read more

‘1923’ star Harrison Ford hopes to work with his wife after stepping out of the spotlight for 20 years to raise their son

‘1923’ star Harrison Ford hopes to work with his wife after stepping out of the spotlight for 20 years to raise their son

Hollywood icon Harrison Ford continues to add new projects to his resume, but he would still love to work with his wife Calista Flockhart. “We’d love to find one that we could do together. … But, yeah, I haven’t found one yet,” Ford told People during the premiere of his new Apple TV+ series “Shrinking.” … Read more

Charts suggest investors should bet on Dow Jones Industrial Average ‘workhorses’, says Jim Cramer

Charts suggest investors should bet on Dow Jones Industrial Average ‘workhorses’, says Jim Cramer

On Friday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer told investors to avoid Nasdaq Composite stocks and place their bets on names listed in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. “Even though tech started the new year well and it was crazy today, the rankings, as interpreted by Larry Williams, say be a little wary of the Nasdaq show horses … Read more

Warriors’ Stephen Curry fined $25,000 for throwing spokesman in stands against Grizzlies

Warriors’ Stephen Curry fined ,000 for throwing spokesman in stands against Grizzlies

SATISFACTION The NBA announcement Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry was fined $25,000 for throwing his spokesman into the stands during Wednesday night’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies. Curry was ejected for his act which occurred with just 74 seconds remaining in a close game, but the reason he threw the mouthpiece stemmed from his … Read more

What is Ozempic Face? Doctors explain

What is Ozempic Face?  Doctors explain

Type 2 diabetes drug Ozempic and obesity drug Wegovy have exploded in popularity in recent months, leading to shortages of both. While the side effects of the drugs – which can induce significant weight loss – are usually gastrointestinal, a New York Times report sheds light on another way they can alter the body. The … Read more

M23 rebels take control of Kitshanga in eastern DR Congo | News

M23 rebels take control of Kitshanga in eastern DR Congo |  News

Rebels capture the strategic town after days of fierce fighting, drawing condemnation from the UN. M23 rebels have captured the strategic town of Kitshanga in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo after days of fierce fighting, drawing condemnation from the UN. The DRC army on Friday confirmed the withdrawal of its forces, calling it a tactical … Read more

Pamela Anderson’s ex Jon Peters will leave her $10 million in his will

Pamela Anderson’s ex Jon Peters will leave her  million in his will

Pamela Anderson’s ex-husband Jon Peters plans to leave her a very generous $10 million gift when she dies, despite their union lasting less than two weeks. “I will always love Pamela, always in my heart,” he told Variety. “I actually left him $10 million in my will. And she doesn’t even know it. No one … Read more

Should COVID vaccines be given every year? The proposal divides American scientists

Should COVID vaccines be given every year?  The proposal divides American scientists

A healthcare worker prepares a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.Credit: Hannah Beier/Bloomberg/Getty Scientists are divided over a US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposal to update COVID-19 vaccines once a year, similar to the agency’s approach to updating vaccines against influenza. At an FDA Vaccine Advisory Committee meeting on Jan. 26, some researchers argued … Read more

Results of the 2023 US Figure Skating Championships

Results of the 2023 US Figure Skating Championships

The US Figure Skating Championships, in some ways marking a new era in the sport, are broadcast live from San Jose, Calif., on NBC Sports, USA Network and Peacock. After the Olympics last February, American figure skating saw its biggest season-over-season revenue in more than 20 years. Nathan Chen and Vincent Zhuthe top two men … Read more