Monday, October 16th, 2023


The House is set to vote Tuesday on whether to elect Rep. Jim Jordan as the new Speaker, but at least 50 Republicans remain opposed. Democrat leaders say they’re in talks to convince “moderate” Republicans to elect someone the Democrats prefer. (More)

➤ Republican Attorney General Jeff Landry won the race for governor in Louisiana, flipping the state red after eight years of Democratic control. It was the first major test of Republicans and Democrats ahead of the 2024 election. (More)

Mike Pence’s race for President is running into financial problems. The former vice president has $1.2 million on hand but faces $620,000 in debt, a serious warning sign for his campaign. (More)

 Meanwhile, President Biden and the Democratic National Committee, along with their joint fundraising groups, have raised more than $71 million in the third quarter. That’s allowed the campaign to begin advertising earlier than usual. (More)

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➤ Washington beat Oregon 36-33 on Saturday in a matchup of undefeated teams, putting Washington into the top 5 in the rankings for the first time in six years. (See AP Top 25)

➤ The WNBA finals between the Las Vegas Aces and the New York Liberty is the league’s most-watched series in 20 years, with viewership for the first two games up 13% over last year. The Aces now lead the series 2-1. (More)

➤ Saturday Night Live spoofed Coach Deion Sanders, played by comedian Kenan Thompson, during the “Weekend Update” section, taking aim at CU’s surprise loss to Stanford this weekend. (See Skit)


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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert film earned close to $97 million in its opening weekend, making it the top-grossing concert film ever. Depending on its final total, it could pass “The Joker” to post the biggest opening of any movie. (More)

Pfizer cut its full-year revenue forecast by 13% on Friday and said it will cut $3.5 billion worth of jobs and expenses due to lower-than-expected sales of its Covid-19 vaccine. The moves come after two years of record earnings. (More)

Elon Musk is considering running ads for Tesla for the first time in the wake of price cuts that could cost the car company billions in revenue. “We’ll try a little advertising and see how it goes,” Musk said. (More)

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Science & Technology

➤ Saturday’s annular solar eclipse crossed eight U.S. states on its way to the Southern Hemisphere, attracting photographers eager to catch the “ring of fire” solar crescent. (See Photos)

mysterious black hole-powered jet of gas is making stars explode in its path, and scientists aren’t sure why. The gas originates in the M87 galaxy, 54 million light-years from Earth. (See Illustration)

➤ A 6-year-old boy has gone viral on TikTok for his ability to solve complex arithmetic problems in his head. His talent allows him to “outmath” most grownups he talks to. (See Video)

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This dentist’s breakthrough could stop you from snoring on the first night. (More)    

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Congress this week awaits a funding request from the White House to send more aid to Israel and Ukraine. The Senate is expected to take it up first and not wait for the House to act. (More)

Investors will be watching corporate earnings this week, with Tesla, Netflix, Bank of America, and Goldman Sachs among the companies scheduled to announce financial results. (More)

Baseball’s final four teams are set. The Astros face off against the Rangers in the American League, and the Diamondbacks take on the Phillies in the National League. (See Playoff Schedule)

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➤ The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards has posted its 41 finalists and is inviting the public to vote on their favorite funny animal photo. (See Photos)

➤  An original 1961 Frank Lloyd Wright house is for sale in California’s Central Valley for nearly $4 million. The house has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms in the midst of 76 acres. (See Photos)

➤ British artist Justin Bateman creates intricate portraits working solely in an unusual medium: pebbles. To date, he’s made 120 works of art, from 10 square feet to over 80, using more than 1 million stones. (See Portraits)

Poll Position

Do you plan to get the Covid booster shot?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Saturday’s Results:

Which President would you have dinner with?

  1. George W. Bush: 8%
  2. Bill Clinton: 4%
  3. Donald Trump: 31%
  4. Barack Obama: 5%
  5. Ronald Reagan: 52%

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— Sen. Lindsey Graham in remarks aimed at Iran and Hezbollah.

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