Thursday Jun 01, 2023

Prescott Valley Wendy’s worker accused of assault after customer complained about order

Officials with the Prescott Valley Police Department say they have arrested a fast food worker in connection with an assault incident that left a customer with serious injuries.

According to a statement, 35-year-old Antoine Kendrick of Prescott was arrested for alleged aggravated assault, stemming from an incident that happened on July 26 at a fast food restaurant in Prescott Valley.

“A customer complained about his food order at which time, the employee, Antoine Kendrick, came out from behind the service counter and struck the customer in the head,”

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Outrage after man accused of killing Chinese food delivery worker released on bail

The widow of a Chinese food delivery worker who was fatally shot is speaking out after her husband’s alleged killer was released on bail.

Glenn Hirsch, 51, was arrested in New York City on June 1 for the alleged murder of Zhiwen Yan, a Chinese food delivery worker, who was shot in the chest on April 30 while riding his scooter in the neighborhood of Forest Hills, Queens.

A judge ordered Hirsch to be released to home confinement on Monday after posting $500,000 in bail.

“I am devastated and heartbroken that the person who targeted and killed my husband has

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James Corden accused of ‘mocking’ Asian Food on late night show

James Corden is under fire for “continuously mocking” Asian food on his show, according to complaints.

On The Late Late Show, Corden has a recurring segment called ‘Spill Your Guts’ in which his celebrity guests are given the option to eat “nasty” foods or answer a personal question about themselves.

Stars such as Harry Styles, Kendall Jenner, Justin Bieber, and Kim Kardashian have played the game on the show.

Earlier in the week, Kim Saira, a TikToker who goes by @kimssaira on the platform, made a video criticizing the segment. She showed clips of Corden and his guest Jimmy

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European Food Safety Authority accused of minimizing some effects of endocrine disruptors

Editor’s note: This article was originally published at Le Monde and is republished here with permission.

The Endocrine Society, a society of 18,000 members including researchers and clinicians specializing in the hormonal system, is highly critical of a new European Food Safety Authority draft report on the unusual effects of some chemicals.

According to the Endocrine Society, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) draft is “an inaccurate assessment” that “will limit the ability of regulatory agencies to make health protective decisions.” This is not the first time that the Endocrine Society has questioned the work of the EFSA, but this

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