Monday, October 30th, 2023


➤ Mike Pence ended his campaign for president after struggling to gain traction. Pence ended September with only $1.2 million in the bank and $621,000 in debt. (More)

New House Speaker Mike Johnson said GOP legislators want separate funding bills for military aid to Israel and Ukraine and are opposed to the omnibus spending bill the White House has requested. (More)

The biggest aid shipment yet has entered Gaza as Israel widened the war with strikes on over 450 terrorist targets, including Hamas command centers. (More)

The Texas state House advanced a bill that would allow police to arrest migrants and order them to leave the country, putting the state on course for a new confrontation with federal authorities over illegal immigration. (More)

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Did you know that 75% of wine drinkers get allergy-like symptoms from wine?

Wine-related side effects such as headaches, congestion, face flush, upset stomach,and hangovers are all caused by compounds called sulfites and histamines.

Until recently, there hasn’t been a way to remove these compounds from your wine.

Introducing The Wand: A portable wine purifier that removes over 95% of histamines AND sulfites from your glass of wine in minutes.

The Wand’s patented all-natural purification technology uses resin beads to actively absorb 95% of all sulfites and histamines from your wine. In fact, it’s the ONLY product on the market that can remove both of these compounds! The Wand…

  • Reduces nasty side effects
  • Enhances flavors and aromas
  • Works with all wine (Red, white, rose, sparkling)
  • Is easy to use

How does The Wand remove harmful compounds AND improve the flavor? Watch this video and see for yourself!


➤ Arizona Diamondbacks center fielder Ketel Marte set a baseball record by extending his postseason hitting streak to 18 straight games as Arizona beat the Texas Rangers to even the World Series at 1-1. The next game is tonight. (More) 

Kansas upset Oklahoma 38-33 Saturday, dropping the Sooners to No. 10 in the AP Top 25 and winning Kansas the No. 25 spot. The Oregon Ducks beat Utah and moved up two slots to No. 6. (See AP Top 25)

The Colorado State Rams were hit with a 15-yard “snowball” penalty in their game against Air Force when fans refused to stop throwing snowballs at the Air Force bench. (See Video)


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The United Auto Workers reached a tentative deal with Chrysler parent Stellantis. The agreement is similar to its earlier agreement with Ford, leaving GM as the last automaker still facing striking workers. (More)

Waffle brand Eggo has launched the EggoVac, a $150 robot vacuum cleaner that looks like a toasted waffle. The product is already sold out. (See Image)

➤ Rents have fallen in some — though not all — major cities, according to’s September Rental Report. The report lists 24 cities where rents are lower than a year ago. (See List)

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The Wand was developed by a father and son team, Dr. David Meadows and his son Derek.

Both father and son suffered from wine headaches. Like true scientists, they didn’t suffer in silence — they set out to understand the problem and to solve it.

Together, father and son spent two years in the laboratory looking for a solution to the side effects of wine. The ‘Eureka moment’ came one day in the lab when David and Derek found the precise means to selectively remove histamines and sulfites without otherwise changing the chemistry of wine.

We could see that our filtration was working, but when we tried that big, bold Cab and it was every bit as delicious as it was in the tasting room in Napa, we knew we had it,” says David.

Science & Technology

➤ A Virginia high school student won $25,000 and the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” for creating a soap designed to fight skin cancer. Judges labeled it a “remarkable effort.” (See Photos) 

Astronomers have glimpsed Uranus’ infrared aurora using data from Hawaii’s giant Keck II telescope. The planet’s aurora is like Earth’s Northern lights but glows in the infrared and ultraviolet because of the different atmosphere. (See Image)

➤ Researchers have successfully grown mouse embryos on the International Space Station for the first time. It’s part of an effort to discover if humans can reproduce in micro-gravity space. (More)

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Monday Manifest

Donald Trump and his children are expected to testify this week in his N.Y. fraud civil trial. Prosecutors plan to call Donald Trump Jr. on Wednesday, Eric Trump on Thursday, Ivanka Trump on Friday, and then Trump himself. (More)

➤ The Federal Reserve Board meets Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss whether interest rates should rise more before the end of the year. No rate hike is expected from this meeting. (More)

 Tomorrow is Halloween, the day when little costumed strangers roam the streets. The ideal trick-or-treating hours are sunset (earlier for little kids) to about 9 p.m. Some towns have Halloween curfews, so check ahead. (More)

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➤ The U.S. Post Office changed its policy for people moving to a new address. For the first time, customers will have to verify their identity in person at a post office or retail location. (See Details)

The Rolling Stones’ new album Hackney Diamonds topped the UK charts last week, tying the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, and Robbie Williams for most No. 1 studio albums. (More)

➤ A Hungarian designer used Lego bricks to rebuild the iconic 1995 Air Jordan 11 sneakers. That breakthrough sneaker used new design elements for its time, and the Lego version highlights that. (See Photo)

Poll Position

Who’s your favorite character on “Friends”?

  1. Chandler
  2. Joey
  3. Ross
  4. Rachel
  5. Phoebe
  6. Monica
  7. Never watched it

Saturday’s Results:

Have you ever gotten a speeding ticket?

  1. Yes: 76%
  2. No: 24%

Quote BoxDaily Quote


“I’m not great at the advice. Can I interest you in a sarcastic comment?”

— Mathew Perry, who died Saturday, in character as Chandler Bing on “Friends

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