October, 07 2022

🍿 Green Strikes Poole

Warriors players Draymond Green and Jordan Poole got into an altercation at a team practice where Green struck Poole. The two are fresh off an NBA Finals win and working towards an exciting upcoming season.

⚖️ State of Emergency in New York

New York Mayor Eric Adams declared a state of emergency today to respond to the growing number of migrants being bused from Texas to the city.

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⚖️ John Stewart's Season Two Kickoff

The beloved late-night show host and comedian John Stewart released the first episode of his newest show, The Problem with John Stewart. The episode, The War Over Gender, features the Attorney General of Arkansas, who tries to keep up with Stewart as he lambasts legislation that limits access to gender-affirming care.

⚖️ Jurors Decide Jones's Fate

Jurors resumed deliberations today in the second defamation trial against Alex Jones for his claims that the Sandy Hook Shooting was a hoax. Prosecutors in the case asked the jury to demand Jones pay $500 million in damages.

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🍿 Netflix and AMC Partner

Netflix has made a historic deal with AMC, Regal, and Cinemark to show the sequel to their hit, 'Knives Out,' in theaters at Thanksgiving.

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💻 Amazon Scales Back Delivery Robots

Amazon is rolling back live tests of the Scout home delivery robot after consumer feedback was lukewarm on the delivery option and company-wide belt-tightening.

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💻 Beef With Binance

Binance will no longer allow users to trade HNT, a token from the former crypto unicorn Helium, on their platform. Helium said that Binance's decision was frustrating and that any worries that Helium was engaged in any scheme to defraud buyers were unfounded.

💻 Tough Week for Tesla

Tesla stocks had their worst week since March 2020 after the last seven days, which Elon Musk described as \"intense.\" But, Tesla announced today that they would begin real-world testing of electric semi-trucks.

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The producers of the film "Rust" named Bianca Cline as its cinematographer. The documentary will cover the death of the film's cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during production when a prop gun held by lead actor and producer Alec Baldwin misfired with a live round.
Entertainment
Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Rust Documentary Is Moving Full Speed Ahead

The producers of the film "Rust" named Bianca Cline as its cinematographer. The documentary will cover the death of the film's cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during production when a prop gun held by lead actor and producer Alec Baldwin misfired with a live round.
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Green light for Rust documentary

  • The producers of the film “Rust” announced that they had found a cinematographer to continue the production of the film after it was halted when the former cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed in an on-set accident.
  • The producers announced in October that the film would be completed in Hutchins’ honor and that a documentary would be made about the completion of the film.
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Meta is reportedly planning a new round of layoffs that are expected to happen sometime in March.
Technology
Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Meta May Be Planning Further Layoffs

Meta is reportedly planning a new round of layoffs that are expected to happen sometime in March.
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Here we go again

  • Meta is preparing for a new round of job cuts that are expected to take place in March and will affect an unknown number of people.
  • In November, Meta laid off about 13% of its workforce.
  • Meta is one of the few tech companies to expand on earlier layoffs from 2022, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised that 2023 will be a year of "efficiency."
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January inflation was higher than expected, sparking fears that the Federal Reserve may enact further interest rate hikes.
January inflation was higher than expected, sparking fears that the Federal Reserve may enact further interest rate hikes.
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Higher than expected

  • Consumer prices rose 0.5% in January, according to the Labor Department’s consumer price index, which was higher than experts expected.
  • The Federal Reserve may issue a more aggressive hike in the coming months to slow inflation.
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