Friday, December 29th, 2023


Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert switched congressional districts, leaving what promised to be a tough re-election battle to instead enter the GOP primary for retiring Rep. Ken Buck’s seat in eastern Colorado. (More)

➤ U.S. officials announced what could be the final package of military aid to Ukraine unless Congress approves more funding. The $250 million worth of arms will be pulled from Pentagon stockpiles. (More)

➤ New York Mayor Eric Adams issued an executive order restricting the arrival of new migrant charter buses. Adams joined the mayors of Chicago and Denver in requesting help from the White House. (More)

The chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse was fired after the school’s board learned that he and his wife were producing and appearing in a sex cooking show with porn actors. (More)

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The Denver Broncos are benching quarterback Russell Wilson for the season’s final two games. The move may signal that the Broncos want to move on from Wilson: a clause in his contract guarantees him $37 million if he cannot pass a physical after the season, even if he’s been cut. (See Analysis)

Florida State University will be missing at least 15 starting players when the team faces off against the Georgia Bulldogs in the Orange Bowl Saturday. Those opting not to play include FSU’s quarterback and top three receivers. (More)

The Green Bay Packers suspended cornerback Jaire Alexander for one game for inserting himself into a pregame coin toss (despite not being a captain) and nearly costing the Packers a possession by choosing to start the game on defense, rather than deferring. (More)


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➤ Big Stock Move: NeoGenomics stock dropped 18% Thursday after rival Natera won a preliminary injunction in a patent suit against NeoGenomics’ cancer-detecting RaDaR test. (More)

➤ Amazon Prime Video will start showing ads on Jan. 29 for all its previously ad-free free streaming programs. Customers who want to avoid the ads will have to pay an additional $3 a month. (More)

➤ Social media companies made $11 billion in U.S. ad revenue from minors, a new Harvard study says. The revenue model is based on total ad revenue measured against the time spent on the platforms by minors. (More)

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Science & Technology

MIT engineers have built a four-legged “DribbleBot” robot that can play soccer on difficult surfaces, including sand, gravel, mud, and snow. (See Video)

➤ Boeing Airlines is urging airlines to inspect its 737 Max planes for a “possible loose bolt” in the rudder control system after one operator found a bolt with a missing nut during maintenance. (More)

➤ A European space telescope captured an image of a nebula 6,500 light years from Earth that’s been dubbed the “Running Chicken Nebula” because it resembles. . . well, a chicken. (See Image)

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Feel Good Friday

An Uber driver returned $8,000 left in the car by a teenager whose dad had given him the cash to buy a new motorcycle. The Uber driver was the father of five kids. (See Video)

A 13-year-old diagnosed two years ago with “uncurable” T-cell leukemia is in full remission and resting at home this Christmas after receiving the world’s first gene-editing treatment. (See Video)

➤ The Colorado Blind Bowling Association has brought together bowlers, both sighted and blind, for 50 years. The blind bowlers have rails to guide them, and sighted players call out the pins left for a spare. (See Photos)

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A rare baby “dancing lemur” is wowing visitors at the Chester Zoo in England. The zoo released the first video of the adorable baby lemur, born in September. (See Video)

The Powerball jackpot is now up to $760 million and climbing after another week of draws with no winner. The next drawing is on Saturday night. (More)

A Pennsylvania animal shelter reached a milestone this Christmas season after every animal found a home. The shelter said 598 animals had been adopted and 125 strays were reunited with owners. (More)

Poll Position

Have you ever adopted an animal from a shelter? 

  1. Yes
  2. No


Thursday’s Results:

Will you return any Christmas gifts or purchases?

  1. Yes: 17%
  2. No: 83%

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“I wanted justice.”

— Catherine Gavino, a traveler whose bag was stolen at an airport and tracked the thief with an AirTag

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