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  1. Robert MacNeil, who changed the network news sphere in the '70s and '80s with his evening show co-hosted by Jim Lehrer, has died of natural causes. By Jay Stahl and KiMi Robinson, USA TODAY Robert MacNeil , formerly the anchor of the evening news program now known as " PBS NewsHour ,"
  2. By Rick Ellis Here's everything you need to know about the world of television for Wednesday, April 10th, 2024: IS THERE SUCH A THING AS TOO MANY REBOOTS? I understand the business incentives that make the reboots of familiar TV and movie projects irresistible. For the studio, strea
  3. We're a few weeks into winter and coldness has descended over the land. What better way to warm up than to celebrate Cuddle Up Day? Both the old and young alike take part in it. People cuddle up with their special someone or with their young children, or with their pet or stuffed
  4. Mabel and Olive are the best
  5. LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -The Teamsters union that represents U.S. workers at United Parcel Service on Thursday said it would respond to the firing of about 35 newly organized workers at the delivery company by filing unfair labor practice charges and potentially striking. The roughl
  6. By Soumya Sagar A blueberry-size pill that you swallow could let doctors measure signs of inflammatory bowel disease in the gut, helping spot it earlier and measure its progression in real time. Nearly 70,000 people a year in the US are diagnosed with IBD, a class of conditions tha
  7. Large commercial ships are the dominant human-generated contributors to low-frequency noise across ocean basins, which wildlife rely on for survival. By Nathan Diller, USA TODAY When Carnival Corporation ships sail into Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve , a protected area teemi
  8. 👀Brain Teaser Tuesday👀 Can you find the 4 differences between the two pictures below?
  9. Elon Musk says unverified users will be limited to reading 600 tweets per day, verified users up to 6,000 tweets per day
  10. From a rubber plantation in Southeast Asia to a repair shop in Mississippi, the story of a tire highlights the turmoil of the post-pandemic economy and its uncertain future. #Inflation #Prices #Rubber #Tires #Russia #China #Vietnam #Imports #Cars #ProPublica
  11. (Reuters) - Short sellers have pocketed $1.2 billion in paper profits betting against U.S. regional lenders in the first two days of May, analytics firm Ortex said, as the third major regional bank failure in two months sparked a selloff in the sector. U.S. regulators seized First
  12. It's in the headlines . It's in the New York Times. Some AIs even caution us directly in the fine print, as Galactica did . Yes, the term "hallucinate" has an established meaning as AI jargon. Loosely and in the context of large language models (LLMs) such as GPT-3, it refers to situa
  13. After a key deadline passed this week without an agreement on how to address the Colorado River’s crisis, California is now sharply at odds with six other states over how to take less water from the shrinking river. Now that California has rejected a plan offered by the rest of th
  14. Spending the weekend building the set for our Denver Mayor debate
  15. Take off. The hawk that visited my ledge this morning nose-dived off of it and free-fell for a bit before opening its wings dramatically and swooping away. Clearly putting on a show.
  16. By: Megan Bryson, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, University of Tennessee (KNOXVILLE, TN) On Jan. 22, 2023, more than a billion people globally will welcome the Year of the Rabbit – or the Ye
  17. Found good state-level data on age, allowing me to depict the generational shift in each state.
  18. Postie Note: I'm drinking tea right now. Tea drinking is acclaimed for its health benefits, including preventing obesity and some metabolic diseases, which may be due partly to the beneficial effects o

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