Pink Floyd: Roger Waters shows in Poland canceled

CNN – Brirtish rock legend and Co-founder Pink Floyd Roger Waters’ concerts in Poland in April have been canceled amid a backlash for the musician’s stance on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Live Nation Poland, the party’s promoter, confirmed the cancellation on Saturday but did not specify a reason. The cancellation comes after Waters, 79, was … Read more

Memories of “Bob”

The tape was cut at 1:15 p.m. on September 28, 2008, to officially open the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge. Find out more about the history of the bridge. You can be in Nebraska and Iowa simultaneously if you’re hanging out with Bob – or more accurately, you can hang out at “The Bob.” The Bob … Read more

How political candidates target you on social media based on your music tastes, shopping habits and favorite TV shows

CNN – Marco Rubio hopes to sway voters interested in Chick-fil-A, Ram Trucks and Duck Dynasty. John Fetterman is looking for fans of microbreweries, Teslas and Dave Matthews Band. And Michael Bennett wants to reach people who love Taylor Swift and Lizzo — while shunning Jason Aldean’s loyal listeners. Candidates in some of the most … Read more

PNW Opens New Center for Justice and Post-Innocence Assistance

Nikki Jackson speaks at the Center for Justice and Aid’s post-acquittal dinner on Thursday. Monster – On January 27, 2016, Gary’s Willie “Timmy” Donald was released from prison after spending 24 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. Twenty-four years without freedom. Now, he had a second chance for the life chance … Read more

LIV Golf: Golf legend Greg Norman pressed behind closed doors in a ‘lively’ Republican debate over the Saudi-backed LIV Tour

CNN – Greg Norman, head of the Saudi-backed controversial Leaf golf tourfaced some conservative criticism Tuesday after he met a group of Republican House of Representatives behind closed doors on Capitol Hill. Norman, who was on a trip to Washington as part of a PR effort to sell lawmakers about the benefits of the PGA … Read more

Russia’s escalation in Ukraine poses risks to global food and energy markets

About the authors: Tim Benton He is director of the Environment and Society Program at Chatham House. Anthony Frogget He is deputy director and senior research fellow in the Department of Energy, Environment and Resources at Chatham House. A few weeks ago, Ukraine was in a weak position. Some commentators were talking about whether it … Read more

Semiconductor alliances between the United States and Asia can hold back China

Analysts told CNBC that leading chip makers, including the United States, are forming alliances, in part to secure the semiconductor supply chain and prevent China from being up-to-date. Places like the United States, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, which have strong semiconductor industries, have sought partnerships around biotechnology. “The direct cause of all of this … Read more