Asia Day Ahead: Can Japan's consumers cope with a tax hike?
The final snapshot of consumer sentiment before a tax hike took effect will shed light on how Japan's shoppers are taking higher prices, while tech giants TSMC and ZTE are set to report earnings. Jon Gordon reports.
Almost a million adults and children received emergency supplies from food banks in the past year, a "shocking" rise of 163% on the previous 12 months amid rising living costs, low pay and welfare problems, a new report has revealed.
First off, the occupants in the SUV managed to escape with only minor injuries. Watch as their vehicle rolls over after drifting a little too fast around a bend at the legendary Nurburgring track in Germany.
Lubbock Police Department released this shocking footage of an 18-month old baby getting ejected through the back seat window of an SUV during a recent police chase. Amazingly, the little girl only suffered minor injuries!