Five key questions on how start of Trump’s first criminal trial will impact presidential campaign

Former President Donald Trump makes history on Monday, as he becomes the first current or former president in the nation’s history to go on trial. Trump’s hush-money trial, which will get underway in a New York City courtroom, will have an instant impact on his 2024 election rematch with President Biden. The former president — […]

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Jasmine Cooper Details Motherhood Journey Amid Silas’ Deployment

Jasmine Ellis Cooper is more than happy to pop bottles again this summer—of the baby variety, that is. Nearly two months after welcoming her first child with Silas Cooper, the Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard star is opening up about experiencing motherhood while her husband, an officer in the Army Reserve that appeared in the first

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Do ‘griefbots’ help mourners deal with loss?

This article was originally featured on Undark. Various commercial products known as “griefbots” create a simulation of a lost loved one. Built on artificial intelligence that makes use of large language models, or LLMs, the bots imitate the particular way the deceased person talked by using their emails, text messages, voice recordings, and more. The

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Trump supporters echo pro-Palestinian ‘genocide Joe’ chant

SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. — “Genocide Joe” is a phrase used by pro-Palestine protesters against President Biden because of his unconditional support of Israel amid its onslaught in Gaza. But supporters of former president Donald Trump adopted the chant at his campaign rally Saturday night — even as Trump similarly pledged unconditional support of Israel hours after

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Markets Weigh Up Risk of Retaliation-Cycle After Iran Hits Israel

(Bloomberg) — Financial markets will face the new week fretting about geopolitics with much riding on whether Iran’s unprecedented weekend strike on Israel triggers rounds of retaliation. Most Read from Bloomberg With investors already rattled by sticky inflation and the prospect of higher-for-longer interest rates, the escalation of the Middle East crisis is set to

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Tyler, the Creator Performs With A$AP Rocky, Childish Gambino, and Kali Uchis at Coachella 2024

Tyler, the Creator headlined the Saturday night of the 2024 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. He opened with the first song from 2019’s Igor, “Igor’s Theme,” and went on to play tracks from Call Me If You Get Lost (and its 2023 deluxe edition, The Estate Sale), Goblin, Wolf, and more. He even reached

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Generative AI is a marvel. Is it also built on theft?

THE FOOTBALLERS look realistic at first sight but, on closer inspection, something is wrong. Their faces are contorted, their limbs are bending in alarming directions, the ball is slightly egg-shaped. Strangest of all, running across one footballer’s left leg is the ghostly trace of a watermark: Getty Images. Generative artificial intelligence (AI) has caused a

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A year of violence, of displacement, of violations in Sudan’s war | In Pictures

A year since it started, the war in Sudan has spiralled into one of the world’s largest and most complex displacement crises. Since April 15, 2023, more than 8.6 million people have fled their homes, with 1.8 million people, mostly women and children, crossing to neighbouring countries. Civilians suffer indiscriminate attacks – including widespread sexual

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Bizarre crystal made only of electrons revealed in astonishing detail

This is the first direct look at a bizarre crystal made of only electrons Yazdani Lab, Princeton University It is hard to coax electrons to form a crystal, and even harder to measure this structure. But physicists have now managed to directly image a “Wigner crystal” – and their images are the clearest ones yet.

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Class Action Filed Against Ventyx Biosciences, Inc. (VTYX) Seeking Recovery for Investors – Contact Levi & Korsinsky

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 13, 2024 / If you suffered a loss on your Ventyx Biosciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:VTYX) investment and want to learn about a potential recovery under the federal securities laws, follow the link below for more information: or contact Joseph E. Levi, Esq. via email at [email protected] or call (212)

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PinkPantheress Had a Twinning Moment With a Fan at a Concert

When PinkPantheress noticed a fan wearing an almost-identical outfit, she didn’t just take a pic with her — she invited her onstage, too. The fan in question was wearing a very PinkPantheress, Y2K-inspired ‘fit: a tiered, ruffled leopard print miniskirt paired with a strappy black tank top. The star herself was wearing almost exactly the same thing.

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RAF shot down Iranian drones heading for Israel, Sunak confirms | Defence policy

Rishi Sunak has confirmed that RAF Typhoons shot down a number of Iranian drones overnight and said the UK’s involvement helped save lives in Israel and neighbouring Arab countries. The prime minister did not provide the number of drones hit, although the UK’s contribution is likely to have been significantly less than the 70 claimed

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Dynagas LNG Partners: Floating Rate Preferred Shares Yield About 11%

undefined Introduction As Dynagas LNG Partners (NYSE:DLNG) hasn’t paid a dividend on its common shares since 2019, I have been focusing on the preferred shares. One of the two series of preferred shares recently moved from a fixed rate to a floating rate preferred dividend. As the preferred dividends remain very well-covered and as the

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Use Apple Shortcuts to Build the Ultimate Daily Digital Journal

I started journaling in 2019. It’s not that I love keeping a journal, exactly. It’s more that I find my brain works better if I spend a little time dumping its contents onto paper every morning. This practice got me through 2020, an extremely difficult year, and I’ve kept it up ever since. My journal

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Rep. Kennedy on support of Israel: ‘If we turn the other cheek to them, we’re going to get it in the neck’

Republican Sen. John Kennedy (La.) on Sunday pushed for the U.S. to give its full support to Israel against Iran, arguing Tehran’s weekend missile attack underscores the threat the country poses to the Middle East. “We need to stand with Israel. It’s very clear. We’re not at war with Hamas, or Hezbollah or Yemen. Those are all surrogates for

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King Charles Palace Intrigue ‘Like a Trick From the Middle Ages’

Shenanigans at court A senior courtier bypassed official procedures while King Charles III was recovering from cancer treatment to get his candidate appointed to a senior role, the Mail on Sunday has claimed. The appointment is now being reversed, the paper says, after the intrigue was compared to the goings-on at a medieval court. Garter

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