Monday, November 6th, 2023


Donald Trump is set to testify today in his New York civil fraud trial. The judge in the case issued an expanded gag order against Trump and his lawyers Friday, while a federal appeals court in Trump’s Washington case lifted a gag order. (More)

➤ The Supreme Court agreed to decide whether a ban on bump stocks—the attachments that allow semi-automatic weapons to fire repeatedly—violates federal law. Federal appeals courts have disagreed on whether the Trump-era ban is legal. (More)

 Rep. Rashida Tlaib said President Biden “supported the genocide of the Palestinian people” in a video of pro-Palestinian demonstrations posted to X. She warned that “We will remember in 2024.” (See Video)

The Washington Post has named William Lewis, a former Wall Street Journal publisher, as its new publisher and CEO. Lewis worked for Rupert Murdoch’s New Corp. and was editor of London’s Daily Telegraph. (More)

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➤ Ethiopian runner Tamirat Tola set a new course record to win the New York City Marathon men’s race Sunday. Hellen Obiri, winner of the Boston Marathon, became the first woman since 1989 to win both marathons in one year. (See Photos)

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins 21-14 in Frankfurt, Germany, thanks to a wild fumble-and-lateral returned for a touchdown by the Chiefs. (See Video)

➤ The new AP college football rankings dropped USC out of the top 25, while Oklahoma State vaulted to No. 15 after beating Oklahoma 27-24 Saturday. (See AP Poll)


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A Polish rum company has made a humanoid AI-powered robot named Mika its CEO, a first in any industry. The arrangement is a research project between Hanson Robotics and rum company Dictador. (See Photo)

➤ GM plans to invest $13 billion in its U.S. facilities over the next five years as part of the new agreement with the United Auto Workers. The details were announced after local UAW leaders approved the pact. (More)

➤ A new study says Gen Z adults between the ages of 18 and 25 are less interested in long-term savings and more in living in the moment. The trend, called “soft savings,” is attributed to discouragement at being able to save much in this economy. (More)

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Science & Technology

➤ Astronomers discovered a new solar system of seven “scorching” planets orbiting a star bigger and hotter than the sun. All of the planets are larger than Earth in what scientists have named the Kepler-385 system. (See Illustrations)

➤ A new study says cats have 276 unique facial expressions that sort into two major categories: friendly, which is about 45% of the total, and aggressive, which was another 37%. The rest were too ambiguous to classify. (See Examples)

➤ Scientists have developed a sensor capable of seeing into the ultraviolet range of light, helping them differentiate between cancer cells and normal cells. The technology was inspired by butterflies’ ability to see into the UV range. (More)

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Monday Manifest

Tuesday is election day across the country, with a variety of referendums and political offices set to be decided. Here’s a list of ten big races with national significance to keep an eye on. (See List)

Investors will be watching earnings reports this week from Uber, UBS, Disney, Honda, and Warner Bros Discovery, among others. On Friday, the University of Michigan will release its Consumer Sentiment Index for November. (More)

New TV shows are still premiering despite the ongoing actors’ strike. Here’s a guide to programs debuting this week on broadcast, cable, and streaming platforms. (See Schedule)

Et Cetera

A car theft suspect was captured after a quick-thinking forklift operator lifted him and the car he was stealing 20 feet in the air and held him there until the cops arrived. (See Video)

➤ Two brothers built a record-breaking adult-sized version of the familiar red-and-yellow plastic Little Tikes children’s car, with a souped-up engine that can reach speeds up to 70 mph. (See Photos)

The third annual Dog Photographer of the Year Awards announced its full list of 12 winners and 48 finalists. You can see all the winning photos at their website. (See Photos)

Poll Position

Have you ever run in one of these distance races?

  1. Marathon
  2. Half-Marathon
  3. 10K
  4. 5K
  5. None of these

Saturday’s Results:

Do you wager money on sports?

  1. Yes: 10%
  2. No: 90%

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