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John Lewis and Boots to cut 5,300 jobs

Two of the UK's biggest High Street retailers, John Lewis and Boots, have announced 5,300 job cuts. Boots has said 4,000 jobs will go, while John Lewis is shutting down eight stores, putting 1,300 jobs at risk. John Lewis said it had to "secure the business's long-term future and respond to customers' shopping needs". Boots said it was consulting on plans to restructure its head office and store teams and close 48 Boots Opticians stores. John ... Full story

Seoul mayor reported missing, search underway

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Police say the mayor of South Korean capital Seoul has been reported missing and search operations are underway. Police say officers are looking for Mayor Park Won-sun at a Seoul site where his mobile phone signal was last detected. His daughter called police earlier Thursday and said her father has been unaccounted for. Park’s office says he hasn’t come to work on Thursday. Full story

Qasem Soleimani: US strike on Iran general was unlawful, UN expert says

Image caption A convoy carrying Qasem Soleimani was targeted by a US drone near Baghdad's airport. The US attack that killed top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani violated international law, a UN expert says. Soleimani died along with nine other people in a drone strike near Baghdad airport in Iraq in January. A report by the UN's special rapporteur on extrajudicial killings, Agnes Callamard, says the US had not provided sufficient evidence of an ... Full story

Biden releases $700 billion plan to spur American economy

“Biden does not accept the defeatist view that the forces of automation and globalization render us helpless to retain well-paid union jobs and create more of them here in America,” says a 15-page summary. “U.S. manufacturing was the Arsenal of Democracy in World War II and must be part of the Arsenal of American Prosperity today, helping fuel an economic recovery for working families.”. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee plans to ... Full story

Gold rises towards nine-year peak as virus cases spike

(Reuters) - Gold firmed above the key $1,800 level on Thursday just shy of a near nine-year peak on growing fears that surging coronavirus cases will put the brakes on a global economic recovery, with focus shifting to U.S. jobs data later in the day. FILE PHOTO: Gold bars and granules are displayed in the Austrian Gold and Silver Separating Plant Oegussa in Vienna June 2, 2009. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger. Spot gold was up 0.2% at $1,814.53 per ... Full story

US Supreme Court to rule on revealing Trump tax returns

The US Supreme Court is set to decide whether President Donald Trump's tax returns and other financial records can be examined by Congress and prosecutors - a ruling with potentially huge political consequences. Mr Trump refuses to share documents concerning his fortune and business. His lawyers argue he enjoys total immunity while in office. The ruling will test that claim and has implications on how far US lawmakers can scrutinise the ... Full story

Special Report: With 'judges judging judges,' rogues on the bench have little to fear

BARTLESVILLE, Oklahoma (Reuters) - District Court Judge Curtis DeLapp was renowned for his hair-trigger temper. Mispronounce his name, come to court a few seconds late, fail to rise as quickly as he’d like – no slight was too small to set him off. The Washington County Courthouse Judicial Center where Judge Curtis DeLapp sat on the bench is seen in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, U.S. November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Nick Oxford. For almost a dozen years, ... Full story

Aston Martin's first SUV rolls off production line

FILE PHOTO: An Aston Martin logo is seen at a dealership in central London, Britain August 29, 2018. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls. LONDON (Reuters) - Aston Martin’s ( AML.L ) first sport utility vehicle rolled off the production line on Thursday, key to hopes of a turnaround at the luxury carmaker which has seen changes in management and ownership over the last few months amid a torrid performance. Popular for being James Bond’s carmaker of choice, ... Full story

The pandemic has left millions hungry. mRelief helps people get food benefits fast, by text.

Whitlock said she wanted to apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) — also known as food stamps — but she was intimidated because she had heard stories about the winding application process and impossible wait times. Then, while browsing Facebook in late April, she came across a post from a Chicago organization called mRelief about their text message-based app that quickly helps people find out whether they qualify for ... Full story

Does it pay to protect nature? A new study weighs in

LONDON (Reuters) - With Earth’s wildlife now facing an extinction crisis, a group of economists and scientists is hoping to persuade governments that it pays to protect nature. FILE PHOTO: Autumn leaves are reflected on Loch Faskally, Pitlochry, Scotland, Britain October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne/File Photo. Specifically, expanding areas under conservation could yield a return of at least $5 for every $1 spent just by giving nature more ... Full story