5 things to know on Thursday


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Meat producer JBS expects production to continue at all plants after the cyber attack

She said JBS, the world’s largest meat processing company that was the victim of a cyberat attack on the weekend expects to resume production at all of its facilities on Thursday and will be launched “close to full capacity” in all global operations. In a statement late Wednesday, the FBI attributed the attack to REvil, a Russian-speaking gang that has set some of the biggest ransomware demands in months. The attack was the second in a month on critical U.S. infrastructure. In May, hackers shut down work Colonial pipeline, America’s largest fuel pipeline, for almost a week. White House Spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Wednesday that the United States is considering all options in dealing with the attack on JBS and that President Joe Biden intends to confront Russian leader Vladimir Putin over his country of criminal bribe-takers asylum when the two meet in Europe. two terms. weeks.

Basketball coach Duke Krzyzewski will talk after announcing his retirement

Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski will retire after this upcoming season, completing a wildly successful series that began more than 40 years ago and included more than 1,000 victories and five state championships. Krzyzewski, 74, is the winning coach in basketball history with 1,170 wins. Krzyzewski published a statement Wednesday night, which said in part, “My family and I are experiencing today as a celebration. Our time at both West Point and Duke has been remarkably amazing and we are grateful and honored to have led two college programs at world-class institutions for more than four decades. . ”The Hall of Fame coach will hold a press conference on Thursday at 11:30 ET. Jon Scheyer, a former Duke player who has served on Krzyzewski’s bench since 2013, is expected to succeed Krzyzewski starting in the 2022-23 season and will speak publicly on Friday.

Kroger will offer $ 1 million in prizes, a year of free food to boost vaccinations

Kroger offers people who get an injection against COVID-19 a chance to win A million dollars or free groceries for a year. As of Thursday, the food giant is offering five weekly drawings, eventually awarding five million-dollar prizes and free groceries to 50 other winners. The “grant of community immunity” is being conducted in collaboration with the Biden administration as part of President Joe Biden’s efforts to get at least 70% of Americans to get at least one vaccine by July 4, the company said. On Wednesday, Biden unveiled plans for the partnership 1,000 barbershops and salons owned by blacks provide “Shots at the Shop” to promote vaccination efforts across the country.

Michelle Wie West returns to the US Women Open

Michelle Wie West’s journey back to the U.S. Open was a long journey that bypassed marriage, motherhood, and injury. Champion of 2014 should play his first Open in three years starting on Thursday at Olympic Club, just a short drive from its new home base in the bay. At her last US Open in 2018, Wie West fought for 10th place on Shoal Creek, and the lack of recent success makes her long-range at the Open for the weekend. The U.S. Open will air on the Golf Channel on Thursday (7-11 p.m. ET) and Friday (7-11 p.m. ET), on NBC (2-17 p.m. ET) and the Golf Channel (5-10 p.m. ET) in Saturday, and Sunday on NBC (3-7 pm ET).

Congress to introduce laws that protect travelers from fraud

On Thursday, lawmakers will introduce laws to protect passengers network and aircraft scams. The Consumer Protection Act against passenger fraud will be introduced by Sens Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., And Steven Daines, R-Mont. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Americans have lost more than $ 74.2 million from travel fraud since early 2020. The law aims to deter fraud through online travel reservations by requiring the FTC to update its website with information on how to identify and avoid them, as well as offer political recommendations for their prevention. The FTC should also report passenger fraud to Congress during a pandemic.

Contribution: Associated Press


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