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CBS faces uproar after seizing investigative journalist’s files
“Anyone who isn’t confused really doesn’t understand the situation.” Those words, from CBS icon Edward R. Murrow, came to mind this week after I spoke with journalists at the network. Read More.

BY Jonathan Turley

02.22.24

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Cellphone outage hits AT&T customers nationwide; Verizon and T-Mobile users also affected
AT&T has yet to say anything about a reported service outage impacting tens of thousands of customers nationwide Thursday morning. Read More.

BY Pilar Arias

02.22.24

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Reported Leak of Chinese Hacking Files Supports US Warnings
More than 570 documents reported to show Chinese hacking were posted to GitHub last week. Cybersecurity experts say the files look authentic. Read More.

BY Kwan Wei Kevin Tan

02.22.24

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Worsenining commercial real estate market woes could spark a new banking crisis
Worries are growing that the U.S. commercial real estate market’s current woes could lead to another banking crisis. This year, around $929 billion in outstanding commercial mortgages will mature, the Mortgage Bankers Association reports. This is a staggering amount that equates to 20 percent of the $4.7 trillion outstanding debt overall. But with higher interest […] Read More.

BY Cassie B.

02.21.24

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American Totalitarian 'Crypto Dollar' May Come Before The Election
Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) threaten to replace the cash we use with programmable, trackable, and censorable tokens controlled by governments. Your financial choices could be suppressed, and privacy eliminated. Read More.

BY Tyler Durden

02.21.24

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Nearly half of job seekers using generative AI for resume help: survey
Job seekers are increasingly open to using AI tools to help draft their resumes, with nearly half of those surveyed by Canva indicating they have used AI on their resume. Read More.

BY Eric Revell

01.24.24

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OpenAI CEO says ‘very subtle’ misalignments could make AI wreak havoc
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman on Tuesday warned the “very subtle societal misalignments” within artificial intelligence (AI) could cause things to “go horribly wrong,” while still expressing optimism about the technology’s benefits. Read More.

BY Miranda Nazzaro

02.13.24

Dem Brought to Tears by People Doubting Biden’s Mental Fitness
Democrat Senator Chris Van Hollen tears up when questioning the damning findings of the Robert Hur Special Counsel report.  Read More.

BY Matt Palumbo

02.20.24

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Watch: Trump-supporting truckers vow their boycott 'could shut down New York'
Trump-supporting truckers are warning that their refusal to deliver to the Big Apple could paralyze New York City — as more drivers vow to join the boycott following the bombshell ruling in t… Read More.

BY Melissa Koenig

02.19.24

Shark Tank Star Drops Truth Bombs on CNN - SLAMS Un-American Trump NY Civil Fraud Case Ruling
Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary, often known by fans as “Mr. Wonderful,” slammed leftist judge Arthur Engoron’s politically-motivated decision to fine Donald Trump $355 million over Trump’s actions that resulted in zero victims whatsoever.  Read More.

BY Matt Palumbo

02.19.24

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This Guy Used ChatGPT to Talk to 5,000 Women on Tinder and Met His Wife
Aleksandr Zhadan built a program with ChatGPT to find love, and it worked. Read More.

BY Maxwell Zeff

02.07.24

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'The outcome could be extinction': Elon Musk-backed researcher warns there is NO proof AI can be controlled - and says tech should be shelved NOW
Dr Roman V Yampolskiy, a professor at the University of Louisville, carried out an 'examination of the scientific literature on AI' and concluded there is no proof that the tech can be stopped from replacing us. Read More.

BY Stacy Liberatore

02.14.24

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Nike cutting 1,600 jobs after weak spending
Nike is cutting 2% of its corporate workforce to cut costs. The company seeks to invest in priority areas such as running and its Jordan brand, according to CEO John Donahoe. Read More.

BY Daniella Genovese

02.16.24

MSNBC Legal Analyst After Fani Willis Testimony: The Case Is Dead
You know things are bad for Fani Willis when even MSNBC is (briefly) telling the truth.  Read More.

BY Matt Palumbo

02.16.24

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Gen Z doesn't trust their bosses to give career advice -- here's what they're turning to instead
Gen Z employees say they are not getting the support they need at work, according to a survey, and nearly half of them trust artificial intelligence tools over their bosses when it comes to chartin… Read More.

BY Breck Dumas , Fox Business

02.14.24

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