Musk’s X sues Media Matters over its report on ads next to hate groups’ posts

Elon Musk’s social media company X filed a lawsuit against liberal advocacy group Media Matters for America yesterday , saying it manufactured a report to

A Canadian mining company central to Panama protests says it may have to suspend operations

The Canadian mining company whose contract with Panama’s government has triggered weeks of protests said yesterday that it has reduced operations and soon may have to suspend them

Cease-fire: Hamas officials say hostage agreement could be reached soon

Senior Hamas officials said today (Tuesday) that an agreement could be reached soon in which the militant group would release hostages and Israel would free Palestinian prisoners.

Yemen’s Houthi rebels hijack Israeli-linked ship in the Red Sea, take 25 hostages

Yemen’s Houthi rebels seized an Israeli-linked cargo ship in a crucial Red Sea shipping route yesterday and took its 25 crew members hostage, officials said, raising

OpenAI’s new CEO says he’s launching investigation into Altman’s firing

The new head of ChatGPT maker OpenAI said yesterday that he would launch an investigation into the firing of co-founder Sam Altman and work to reform the

Heavy fighting breaks out around another Gaza hospital as babies evacuated to Egypt

Heavy fighting erupted around a hospital in northern Gaza where thousands of patients and displaced people have been sheltering for weeks, as Israel pressed an offensive it says is aimed

The lion, the wig and the warrior. Who is Javier Milei, Argentina’s president-elect?

His legions of fans call him "the crazy" and "the wig" due to his ferocity and unruly mop of hair, while he refers to himself as "the lion." He thinks

UN team says 32 babies are among scores of critically ill patients stranded in Gaza’s main hospital

A United Nations team said yesterday that 291 patients were left at Gaza’s largest hospital after Israeli troops had others evacuate. Those left included 32 babies

Amazon lays off hundreds in its Alexa  division as it plows resources into AI

Amazon is cutting hundreds of jobs in the unit that handles its popular voice assistant Alexa as it plows more resources into artificial intelligence. In a note to employees on

Wider offensive possible in Gaza’s south, where hundreds of thousands have fled

Israeli forces dropped leaflets warning Palestinians to flee parts of southern Gaza, residents said yesterday, signaling a possible expansion of their offensive to areas where hundreds

More pandas will be coming to the US, Xi signals

Chinese President Xi Jinping signaled that China will send new pandas to the United States, calling them “envoys of friendship between the Chinese and American peoples.”

Russian court convicts woman for protesting the war in Ukraine in latest crackdown on free speech

A Russian court yesterday convicted an artist and musician for replacing supermarket price tags with antiwar slogans and sentenced her to seven years in prison, Russian media reported. Sasha

Biden and Xi agree to restore some military-to-military communications between the US and China

President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed today (Thursday, Macau time) to restore some military-to-military communications between their armed forces as the two leaders met for hours on

Asia must ramp up wind and solar power to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees

To meet the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), nine major Asian economies must increase the share of electricity they get

Salman Rushdie receives first-ever Lifetime Disturbing the Peace Award

The latest honor for Salman Rushdie was a prize kept secret until minutes before he rose from his seat to accept it. On Tuesday night

ESPN Bet, a rebranded sports gambling app from Penn Entertainment, is here

ESPN Bet, a sports-gambling service rebranded with the name of the Disney-owned sports channel, launched in 17 U.S. states. Penn Entertainment, which owns the service,  A

Biden hails ‘new era’ of ties between US and Indonesia

President Joe Biden celebrated a “new era” in the relationship between the United States and Indonesia as he met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo at the White

UK cybersecurity center says ‘deepfakes’ and other AI tools pose a threat to the next election

Britain’s cybersecurity agency said yesterday that artificial intelligence poses a threat to the country’s next national election, and cyberattacks by hostile countries and their proxies are proliferating and getting

Int’l students have returned to US colleges, fueled by a surge from India, second to China

International students attended U.S. universities in surging numbers last year, rebounding from a pandemic slump with the help of a 35% jump in students coming

Dubai air chiefs summit, sponsored by Israeli firm, avoids discussing strikes as Hamas war rages

As Israel unleashes one of the most-intense aerial bombing campaigns the Middle East has ever seen, leaders from the world’s top air forces met yesterday

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