Has corporate greed increased inflation? He’s not the biggest culprit

Washington (AFP) – Outraged by price hikes at the gas station and supermarket, many consumers feel they know just where to blame: on greedy companies that are relentlessly raising prices and making profits. In response to that sentiment, last month the Democratic-led House of Representatives passed a party line vote — most Democrats in favor, … Read more

Ukrainian army leaves devastated city for fortified positions

Kyiv, Ukraine (AFP) – After weeks of fierce fightingA regional official said, on Friday, that Ukrainian forces began withdrawing from a besieged city in the east of the country to move to stronger positions, a four-month sign of the Russian invasion. The planned withdrawal from Severodonetsk, the administrative center of the Luhansk region, comes after … Read more

The Russians are advancing on the front line of the war in eastern Ukraine

Kyiv, Ukraine (AFP) – The Russian army has extended its grip on the territory of eastern Ukraine As it seeks to cut supply lines and encircle Ukrainian forces on the front lines, the Ukrainian military on Thursday announced the arrival of powerful US multiple launch missile systems that it hopes will provide an advantage on … Read more

WNBA’s Griner’s wife told The Associated Press that the scheduled call never happened

Sheryl Greiner said Monday that Britney Greiner tried to call her wife nearly a dozen times through the US Embassy in Russia on the couple’s fourth anniversary on Saturday, but they never called because the embassy’s phone line was not staffed. . The pair have not spoken on the phone in the four months since … Read more

US Open allows Russian tennis players to enter after Wimbledon ban

The US Open will allow tennis players From Russia and Belarus to competition this year despite the ongoing war in UkraineWhich prompted Wimbledon to ban These athletes. US Tennis Association CEO and CEO Lou Cher, whose group runs the US Open, said in a phone interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday that the US … Read more

Associated Press interview: Biden says recession ‘not inevitable’

Washington (AFP) – President Joe Biden said Thursday that the American people are “really, really disappointed” after two turbulent years with the coronavirus pandemic.fluctuations in the economy Now the price of gasoline is going up that criticize family budgets. But he stressed that recession was “not inevitable” and hoped it would give the country a … Read more

Biden tells refiners: Produce more gas, lower profits

President Joe Biden on Wednesday called on US oil refiners To produce more gasoline and diesel, saying that their profits tripled during the period of the war between Russia and Ukraine While Americans struggle with record price hikes at the pump. “The crisis families are facing deserves immediate action,” Biden wrote in a letter to … Read more

India and China are growing markets for shunned Russian oil

New Delhi (AFP) – India and other Asian countries are becoming an increasingly vital source of oil revenue for Moscow despite strong pressure from the United States not to increase its purchases, such as the European Union and other allies. It cut energy imports from Russia in line with sanctions due to its war on … Read more

Associated Press interview: Sri Lanka’s prime minister says he’s open to Russian oil

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) – Sri Lanka may have to buy more oil from Russia as the island nation desperately searches for fuel amid an unprecedented economic crisisThe newly appointed prime minister said. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said he would first look to other sources, but would be open to buying more crude from Moscow. … Read more