• WHO Chief Tedros Could Face Genocide Charges

    WHO Chief Tedros Could Face Genocide Charges

    The head of the World Health Organization Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus faces a call for prosecution over his alleged involvement in directing security forces in his Ethiopian homeland.
  • Whole Foods reverses ban of Remembrance Day poppies amid outrage

    Whole Foods reverses ban of Remembrance Day poppies amid outrage

    Whole Foods has canned a controversial rule barring employees from wearing poppies in honor of Remembrance Day, Canada’s holiday for fallen soldiers, following a cascade of criticism. The
  • Canadians furious as Whole Foods bans workers from wearing Remembrance Day poppies

    Canadians furious as Whole Foods bans workers from wearing Remembrance Day poppies

    Canadians are up in arms after Whole Foods banned its employees from wearing poppies in honor of Remembrance Day, the nation’s holiday for fallen soldiers. The Amazon-owned supermarket chain
  • Why the WHO chief, in quarantine, does not get tested

    Why the WHO chief, in quarantine, does not get tested

    In contact with a person who tested positive for Covid-19, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus strictly applies the recommendations of the World Health Organization he heads.
  • Grocery truck drivers who supply Whole Foods threaten to strike

    Grocery truck drivers who supply Whole Foods threaten to strike

    More than 100 truck drivers who deliver gourmet groceries to Whole Foods stores in the New York area are threatening to strike over COVID-19 safety issues, The Post has learned. Teamster’s Local 445
  • WHO chief warns states against 'vaccine nationalism'

    WHO chief warns states against 'vaccine nationalism'

    As the development of an effective vaccine draws closer, concerns grow that poorer countries may be overlooked. But the boss of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, as soon as a three-day World Health Summit opens in Berlin, warns states: 'Vaccine nationalism will prolong the pandemic, not shorten it . '
  • Whoopi Goldberg stars in latest for-TV version of Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’

    Whoopi Goldberg stars in latest for-TV version of Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’

    Whoopie! We’re getting more Whoopi. Stephen King’s 1978 Doubleday novel “The Stand” is coming. Limited series. To CBS All Access. Dec. 17. Starring Whoopi Goldberg, Alexander Skarsgård, James Marsden, Amber Heard. This is his apocalyptic vision of a world ruined by a plague with people caught in the middle of the fight between good and …
  • Amazon unveils Alexa-equipped supermarket with no checkout lines

    Amazon unveils Alexa-equipped supermarket with no checkout lines

    Amazon has unveiled its next move in its quest to eliminate the supermarket checkout line. The e-commerce giant on Thursday said it is opening a high-tech supermarket in Los Angeles which will be equipped with sensors and cameras that will allow customers with shopping carts to walk out without stopping to pay a cashier. The …
  • It seems like Chinese communist can infiltrate almost anywhere - even the WHO

    It seems like Chinese communist can infiltrate almost anywhere - even the WHO

    A top World Health Organization official used her platform to promote a notoriously pro-authoritarian conspiracy site, and after it supported Chinese propaganda claims about Taiwan. Her move has drawn criticism from the highest levels of the U.S. government. Gabby Sterne, WHO’s communications director, spread on Twitter Tuesday morning an article claiming Taiwan had never warned …
  • Whole Foods workers sue over alleged Black Lives Matter mask ban

    Whole Foods workers sue over alleged Black Lives Matter mask ban

    More than a dozen workers sued Whole Foods after the grocery giant allegedly punished some of them for wearing “Black Lives Matter” face masks on the job. The 14 workers in four states say staffers were sent home without pay, formally disciplined or even fired for donning the masks in solidarity with the nationwide movement …