Monday, April 29, 2024


Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was among 100 demonstrators arrested at an anti-Israel protest at Washington University in St. Louis, along with her campaign managers. (See Video)

➤ Meanwhile, the University of Florida threatened pro-Palestinian student protestors with expulsion if they violated any rules on a list of prohibited activities. Faculty and staff who break the rules will be fired. (See Details)

➤ Hamas released a new video this weekend that appeared to show two Israeli hostages who have been held in Gaza by the terrorist group since the Oct. 7 attack.  (See Photo)

➤ White House officials indefinitely postponed any ban on menthol cigarettes, and the move is being characterized by many as an attempt to avoid election year backlash from the black community. (More)

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➤ Denny Hamlin got his third win of the NASCAR season at the Dover Motor Speedway Sunday, holding off Kyle Larson to win by a quarter of a second. (See Results)

➤ Japanese ski champion Ryōyū Kobayashi made the longest jump in history, flying 318 yards from his launch point to set new ski flying and ski jump world records. (See Video

The L.A. Lakers finally beat the Denver Nuggets, 119-108, to stave off being swept in the first round of the NBA playoffs, but not before LeBron James exploded on Lakers’ coach Darvin Ham. (See Video)

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The U.S. Air Force awarded a $13 billion contract to Sierra Nevada Corp. to develop the next generation of strategic command aircraft, known as the “Doomsday” plane because it’s built to survive a nuclear war. (See Photo)

➤ Paramount’s board is expected to fire CEO Bob Bakish before this morning’s earnings call as the company continues exclusive merger talks with Skydance Media. (More)

➤ Williams-Sonoma agreed to pay a $3.2 million civil penalty for falsely advertising products made in other countries as being “Made in USA.” It’s the largest penalty ever in a “Made in USA” case. (More)

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Science & Technology

➤ NASA released new time-lapse movies of the supernova remains of the Crab Nebula and Cassiopeia A that show dramatic changes over 20 years of observation. (See Video)

 A new luxury submersible offers passengers champagne and blackjack along with a 360-degree underwater view through what it calls the world’s first “free-form acrylic pressure hull.” (See VideoEditor’s Note: Remember that submarine that imploded last summer? Playing blackjack underwater sounds fun, but I’m not going on any deep sea joy rides anytime soon—especially when a “free-form” hull is involved. Nope. 

Bird researchers have found a way to listen to the silent singing of birds as they dream, and in one case, heard the trills of a territorial fight, indicating the bird was having an avian nightmare. (Listen to Podcast)

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Monday Manifest

Dozens of new movies and TV shows arrive with the start of May this Wednesday. Here’s a lineup of premiere dates. (See Schedule)

➤ Federal Reserve officials meet Tuesday and Wednesday, with inflation running higher than anticipated. Investors will watch for signs of when the Fed might cut interest rates this year. (More)

➤ The Kentucky Derby takes place next Saturday afternoon, the 150th running of America’s most famous horserace. Here’s how to watch on TV. (See Schedule)

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The first-ever flamethrower-wielding robot dog is now on sale for home use. The $9,420 robot can shoot a jet of flame 30 feet from an ARC flamethrower mounted to its back. (See Video)

A rediscovered photo from 1912 that appears to show the iceberg that sank the Titanic went up for auction this weekend. An embalmer took it en route to the wreckage of the great ship. (See Photo)

➤ Canada’s “top dog photographer” has built a big following on social media for her series of fun and quirky dog portraits. (See Photos)

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Poll Position

When did you last see a movie in a theater?

  1. Within the past week
  2. Within the past month
  3. Within the past three months
  4. Within the past six months
  5. Within the past year
  6. Why would I ever do that?

Saturday’s Results:

Have you ever gone on a blind date?

  1. Yes: 48.9%
  2. No: 51.1%

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“You just can’t believe the destruction. It seems like every business downtown has been destroyed.”

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, during a visit to Sulphur, a town devastated by tornados this weekend.

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