Friday, November 10th, 2023


West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin announced Thursday he won’t seek reelection to the Senate in 2024, opening the door for a Republican to take over his seat. (More)

➤ The Minnesota Supreme Court dismissed an “insurrection clause” challenge against Donald Trump, allowing him to appear on GOP primary ballots. The court left open the option of reconsidering for the general election. (More)

 The Washington Post deleted an anti-Hamas cartoon Wednesday after its readers complained it was racist towards Palestinians. The cartoon showed a Hamas leader saying, “How dare Israel attack civilians?” while tied to hostages. (See Cartoon). 

Democrats are split almost 50-50 on support for President Biden’s handling of the Mideast war, with 47% saying they disapprove, according to a new AP-NORC poll. (More)

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➤ The University of Michigan, under investigation for football sign-stealing, sent a letter to the Big Ten insisting the conference can’t take action against them until the NCAA rules. The school wants to delay any penalty until after the season. (More)

Britain is seeking a driver capable of handling the Bloodhound supersonic car in an effort to set a new land speed record. The Bloodhound boasts a Eurofighter jet engine and aims to top 800 mph. (See Video)

➤ The Pro Football Hall of Fame is honoring New Orleans Saints backup quarterback Taysom Hill for becoming the first player since Frank Gifford in 1957 to score ten or more touchdowns running, receiving, and passing. (More) 

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Duolingo, Inc.

Big Stock Move: Duolingo shares jumped 21% today on a strong earnings report showing more people switching from the education company’s free tier to a paid subscription. (More)

➤ U.S. annualized interest payments crossed $1 trillion in October, according to a Bloomberg analysis. The nation’s cost of debt has doubled in the past 19 months as federal deficits ballooned. (More)

➤ Hollywood actors ended their months-long strike by accepting a deal the union says is worth $1 billion. That includes more money from streaming platforms and protections against the use of AI. (See Details) 

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Science & Technology

A new island popped up off the coast of Japan following the eruption of an undersea volcano. Whether it survives depends on the kind of volcanic material it’s made of. (See Photos)

➤ NASA’s gigantic Super Guppy aircraft, the last of its kind, is still flying missions carrying huge space cargo after 25 years in service. The space agency released a video of the bizarre, bulbous, 50-ton plane touching down. (See Video)

Humane, a tech firm, launched its new AI Pin, a wearable device powered by artificial intelligence designed to replace your smartphone. The cost is $700 plus a subscription fee, and even early adopters aren’t quite sure what it does. (More) 

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Feel Good Friday

➤ Kayleigh Williamson became one of the first women with Down syndrome to finish the New York City marathon. She did it with her mom beside her in 10 hours and 9 minutes of dancing, hugging, and high fives. (See Photos)

➤ A Japanese nursing home brought in new workers to help cheer up their lonely residents: a herd of toddlers who happily visit with the oldsters. The children are paid in ice cream. (See Video)

A 63-year-old man with Parkinson’s disease was the first to receive a spinal implant designed to treat the illness, and now he can walk again. From being unable to stand without falling, he now hikes three miles a day. (More)

Et Cetera

➤ A 1932 painting by Pablo Picasso sold for $140 million at a Sotheby’s auction, the highest-priced work of art sold this year and the second most expensive Picasso painting ever sold. (See Painting) 

Experts say global wine production in 2023 will be the smallest in the last 60 years. The decrease is blamed on bad weather conditions in Europe and in the Southern Hemisphere. (More)

Florida hunters wrestled a 200-pound python for 45 minutes before finally capturing it. One of the hunters described the huge snake, considered an invasive species, as a “monster.” (See Photos)

Poll Position

Do you plan to travel for the holidays?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Thursday’s Results:

Who do you think won Wednesday’s GOP debate?

  1. Ron DeSantis: 29%
  2. Nikki Haley: 32%
  3. Vivek Ramaswamy: 21%
  4. Tim Scott: 10%
  5. Chris Christie: 8%

Quote BoxDaily Quote


“Every incentive in Washington is designed to make our politics extreme.” 

Sen. Joe Manchin in announcing he won’t seek reelection.

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