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Google Stops Gemini AI From Making Images Of People—After Musk Calls Service ‘Woke’
Google announced Thursday that it will “pause” its Gemini image generator’s ability to create images of people, after the program was criticized for showing misleading images of people's races in historical contexts—leading billionaire Elon Musk to call the service "woke." Read More.
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City Councilmember Gale Brewer wants to investigate pre-paid debit card program for illegal migrant families
Questions are being raised about a controversial program launched by the Adams administration to give migrant families pre-paid debit cards to buy food and other necessities. Read More.
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Fake News spins $9,000 Trump-signed sneaker winner as a "Russian Oligarch"
Media outlets immediately jumped to spin the story that occurred over the weekend, wherein a luxury sneaker collector won a pair of former President Donald Trump's newly released gold sneakers for $9,000. Read More.
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Supreme Court allows sanctions against previous Trump-allied lawyers over 2020 election lawsuit
The justices leave in place an appeals court ruling that partly upheld sanctions arising from a lawsuit claiming that presidential election results in Michigan were rigged. Read More.
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US truckers refuse shipment to New York City after Trump banned from NY business in fraud trial
Truck drivers who support former US President Donald Trump have reportedly turned down shipments coming to New York City. Truckers will start refusing loads in New York City starting on Monday, according to a truck driver. Read More.
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Julian Assange’s extradition case judge worked for MI6 and Defense Ministry
As with previous judges who have ruled on the WikiLeaks publisher’s case, Justice Jeremy Johnson raises concerns about institutional conflicts of interest, write Mark Curtis and John McEvoy. Read More.
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NEW: Trump’s bogus New York hush-money case will start March 25
Donald Trump’s hush-money trial will go ahead as scheduled with jury selection starting on March 25, a New York judge ruled Thursday, turning aside demands for a delay from the former president’s defense lawyers. Read More.
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House Republicans aim to revise warrantless bill, Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA)
House Republicans unveiled a new package for reauthorizing and reforming the nation’s warrantless surveillance powers, pushing forward text while prepping for a floor battle over controversial provisions. Read More.
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CIA and foreign intelligence agencies illegally targeted 26 Trump associates before 2016 Russia collusion claims: report
The US Intelligence Community asked foreign spy agencies to surveil 26 associates of Donald Trump in the run-up to the 2016 election, which triggered the allegations that the former president’s campaign had been colluding with Russia, according to a report.  Read More.
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Hunter Biden Took Multiple Photos of Cocaine, Drug Paraphernalia around Time of Gun Purchase, DOJ Reveals
Hunter Biden took multiple photos of cocaine and drug paraphernalia on his iPhone around the time of his gun purchase in October 2018, when he allegedly lied about his drug use on a federal form, the Department of Justice revealed on Tuesday. Read More.
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Republicans impeach Mayorkas in historic vote
House Republicans on Tuesday narrowly secured a historic vote to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, rallying GOP members after a first failed effort. Read More.
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VIDEO PROOF: NFL fans claim Super Bowl LVIII was 'RIGGED'
NFL supporters have accused the Super Bowl LVIII of being rigged. Read More.
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Tucker Carlson reportedly met Edward Snowden in Moscow
The former Fox News host met for hours Thursday with the NSA leaker Edward Snowden, Semafor has learned. Read More.
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Vladimir Putin Accuses The CIA Of Nord Stream Pipeline Explosions
During an exchange between Tucker Carlson and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin suggested that the CIA blew up the Nord Stream pipelines. Read More.
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Trump's media deal partner nears $50 million financing -sources
Digital World Acquisition Corp (DWAC.O), opens new tab, the blank-check acquisition company that has agreed to take former U.S. President Donald Trump's social media platform public, is nearing a $50 million financing deal, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday. Read More.
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