Biden ought to withdraw from the election to serve the nation, writes a distinguished US newspaper

Biden ought to withdraw from the election to serve the nation, writes a distinguished US newspaper

American President Joe Biden ought to step down from the presidential election to serve his nation, the distinguished American newspaper The New York Occasions wrote on Friday after Biden’s efficiency in Thursday’s debate with Republican ex-president Donald Trump. In accordance with the newspaper, Biden is now solely a “shadow” of an ideal consultant, he failed … Read more

“This song is about a simple date, not the consequences of capitalism.” Abstract rap duo “Armand Hammer” will perform in Riga

“This song is about a simple date, not the consequences of capitalism.”  Abstract rap duo “Armand Hammer” will perform in Riga

Billy Woods’ father was an independence fighter in Zimbabwe and served in the first government after independence in 1980, while his mother was a researcher of Jamaican literature. These two streams of influence in the family left a special impression on the rapper and developed a literary talent combined with a sharp, sociopolitically analytical mind. … Read more

Act Now: United States Must Take Action Against North Korea’s Leader Kim Jong Un Before it’s Too Late

Act Now: United States Must Take Action Against North Korea’s Leader Kim Jong Un Before it’s Too Late

The United States must act against North Korea before it is too late, as its leader Kim Jong Un seeks war. It is dangerous to believe that this is absurd, as the world once naively thought about Putin, journalists from The New York Times write. “Since the end of the Cold War, it seems that … Read more

How to Combat Hair, Skin, and Muscle Thinning After 60: Tips and Tricks

How to Combat Hair, Skin, and Muscle Thinning After 60: Tips and Tricks

As you get older, especially over 60, everything becomes thinner. This is a natural part of the aging process, but there are ways to combat these effects. Her Hair loss and thinning of the hair in women during menopause is common. This is caused by hormonal changes, particularly a decrease in estrogen, which can lead … Read more

Pro-Putin actor fired by HBO. I became a victim of the campaign, he says

Pro-Putin actor fired by HBO.  I became a victim of the campaign, he says

HBO has terminated cooperation with Serbian actor Miloš Biković, whose participation in the upcoming third season of the White Lotus miniseries was criticized by the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry. It bothered him that the actor did not condemn the invasion of Ukraine, accepted the Pushkin medal from President Vladimir Putin and has long expressed himself favorably … Read more

The Health Benefits of Kimchi for Weight Loss: Low Calories, High Fiber, and Probiotics

The Health Benefits of Kimchi for Weight Loss: Low Calories, High Fiber, and Probiotics

Kimchi, a traditional Korean dish of fermented vegetables, is not only a flavorful addition to meals but can also contribute to weight loss. This is due to the combination of low calories, high fiber content and the presence of probiotics that support digestion and intestinal health. What is Kimchi? Kimchi consists primarily of Chinese cabbage … Read more

Managing Enlarged Prostate: Lifestyle Changes, Medication, and Pelvic Floor Exercises

Managing Enlarged Prostate: Lifestyle Changes, Medication, and Pelvic Floor Exercises

Many men experience later in life that they have to urinate more often, even at night. This is usually due to an enlarged prostate, especially if the man is over 50 years old. The prostate enlarges as men age, which can put pressure on the urethra. There are several ways to tackle this problem: Lifestyle … Read more

Yale, Duke and Columbia among elite schools to settle in price-fixing case

Yale, Duke and Columbia among elite schools to settle in price-fixing case

Columbia University campus in Manhattan, on Aug. 28, 2023. Five universities have agreed to pay $104.5 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of violating an agreement to be “need-blind” when awarding financial aid. [Amir Hamja/The New York Times] For almost a quarter of a century, a coterie of the nation’s most elite universities had … Read more