Thursday, December 14th, 2023


The House authorized an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden by a party-line 221-212 vote. The approval gives House investigators increased legal authority to investigate the president. (More)

 The Supreme Court agreed to settle a dispute over access to the drug mifepristone, one of the main methods of abortion in the U.S. It will be the court’s first abortion case since it overturned Roe v. Wade last year. (More) 

 Police detained 75 protestors who blocked Los Angeles’ busy 110 freeway downtown for 90 minutes Wednesday morning. They were demanding a ceasefire in Gaza. (See Video

A former Biden fundraiser and senior advisor to Sen. Bernie Sanders has left the Democratic Party and joined the GOP, saying the Democratic party has “changed from its ideals.” (More) 

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Golden State Warrior Draymond Green has been suspended indefinitely. He was ejected from a game for the third time this season for fighting, this time for clubbing Phoenix Sun Jusuf Nuric in the head. (See Video) 

➤ The Arena Group, publisher of Sports Illustrated, fired CEO Ross Levinsohn following a scandal over the use of articles produced by artificial intelligence. Arena fired three other SI executives last week. (More

➤ Veteran NFL announcer Al Michaels won’t be working any playoff games for NBC this post-season. It will be the first NFL post-season without him since 2006. (More


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➤ Big Stock Move: Acadia Pharmaceutical shares shot up 34% Wednesday on news that the company had won the patent lawsuit over its Nuplazid drug for Parkinson’s Disease. (More

The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady on Wednesday and signaled that it would be looking at rate cuts in 2024 as the Dow stock index topped 37,000, a new record. (More)

➤ Tesla recalled more than 2 million vehicles over fears that drivers could misuse the cars’ Autopilot feature. The “recall” will be handled with a software update delivered directly to the Teslas involved. (More

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Science & Technology

➤ Honeybee Robotics announced plans to build massive lighthouses—330 feet tall—on the moon as part of the government’s 10-year “Lunar Architecture” plan. (See Illustration) 

A European astronaut using a very powerful camera captured a photo of an extremely rare lightning phenomenon known as a “red sprite,” an electric discharge high above the earth. (See Photo) 

➤ Scientists have created a “biocomputer” that combines lab-grown human brain tissue with conventional circuits and artificial intelligence. Dubbed  “Brainoware,” it learned to identify voices with 78% accuracy. (More)

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➤ The share of U.S. adults who support a ban on TikTok has dropped to 38% from 50% six months ago, according to the latest Pew Research. Republicans remain more opposed to TikTok than Democrats. (See Poll

A recent Gallup poll says parents who identify as “conservative” are more likely to raise mentally healthy teens compared to more liberal parents. (See Results

Nearly half of all American men think they could safely land a passenger airliner with help from traffic control, a YouGov survey shows. Aviation experts are skeptical. (More

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➤ Andre Braugher, the popular TV star from “Homicide” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” died this week at age 61. The two-time Emmy winner was successful in both gritty dramas and wacky comedies. (See Photos) 

➤ A 1976 check from Apple Computers to Radio Shack for $4.01, signed by co-founder Steve Jobs, sold for $46,063 at auction. Apple was operating out of Jobs’ parents’ garage at the time. (See Photo) 

➤ The winners of the Royal Society photo competition celebrating stunning images from the world of science and nature have been announced. (See Winners) 

Poll Position

Should TikTok be banned?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Wednesday’s Results:

Do you send a family holiday card or letter?

  1. Yes: 39%
  2. No: 61%

Quote BoxDaily Quote


“Hunter Biden, this ain’t Burger King. You can’t Have It Your Way when it comes to congressional subpoenas.

Rep. Byron Donalds responding to Hunter Biden giving a press conference instead of testifying to Congress.

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