US labor market recovery to persist through 2022: Fitch

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the lower-wage service jobs disproportionately in the U.S. and labor market recovery could persist through 2022, according to Fitch Ratings.


"Employment recovery is far from complete and largely unequal," the global rating agency said in a statement on Wednesday.

Pentagon warns enemies: Next war?

Austin called for further work on the development of technology and better global military connections in order to "make decisions faster and act faster".
"Our struggle in the next great war will be very different from the previous ones," Austin said at the U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii.

Global warming’s extreme rains threaten Hawaii’s coral reefs

As muddy rainwater surged from Hawaii's steep seaside mountains and inundated residential communities last month, the damage caused by flooding was obvious: Houses were destroyed and businesses swamped, landslides covered highways and raging rivers and streams were clogged with debris.

Sibiu project of almost 1.5 million Euro for promoting Romanian literature worldwide

For the first time, Romanian literature will have a history spoken to foreigners, in English, all within a thousand page book which is about to be written by a few Romanian researchers, coordinated by professor Andrei Terian-Dan from the "Lucian Blaga" University in central Sibiu, who managed to win a 1.45 million Euro grant from the European Council for Research, after a competition, known as

Trump: COVID-19 worse than Pearl Harbor, 9/11 attacks

U.S. President Donald Trump said on May 6 that the coronavirus pandemic is worse with the attacks on Pearl Harbor and the World Trade Center. 

"We went through the worst attack we've ever had on our country. This is really the worst attack we've ever had," he told reporters at the White House. "This is worse than Pearl Harbor. This is worse than the World Trade Center."