EAST CONFLICT LIVE UPDATES: Iran-Backed Houthis Target Greek and British Cargo Ships in Red Sea

EAST CONFLICT LIVE UPDATES: Iran-backed Houthi militants in Yemen launched six ballistic missiles at two cargo ships in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, resulting in minor damage to one vessel. The Greek-owned bulk carrier was struck by three projectiles, while a British-owned cargo ship was targeted earlier in the day. USS Laboon’s Intercept … Read more

Canadian Building Permits Plummet 14% in December, Marking Lowest Level in Over Three Years

OTTAWA—Canadian building permit issuance witnessed a significant decline in December 2023, plunging to its lowest level in more than three years amidst ongoing concerns about pent-up housing demand in the country. According to Statistics Canada, the total value of building permits dropped by 14% from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted 9.25 billion Canadian … Read more

EAST CONFLICT LIVE UPDATES: Houthis Claim Attacks on British and US Ships in Red Sea, Casting Doubt on Effectiveness of US-UK Strikes

EAST CONFLICT LIVE UPDATES The Houthis have asserted responsibility for targeting a British and a US ship in the Red Sea, raising questions about the impact of recent US-UK strikes on Houthi missile sites in Yemen. Despite minimal damage to the ships, the incident highlights heightened risks for commercial vessels, potentially leading to increased insurance … Read more

Lamar Jackson Expresses Anger, Not Frustration, After Dropping to 2-4 in Playoffs

The Baltimore Ravens, with a stellar regular season record, faced a disappointing defeat at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game. Despite a strong start in the playoffs, the Ravens fell short of their Super Bowl aspirations, leaving fans and players frustrated. Overview of the Game The Ravens, hosting the … Read more