Thursday, March 28, 2024


New Hampshire Democrat Rep. Annie Kuster announced Wednesday she would not seek re-election to a seventh term in the House, joining a growing list of lawmakers stepping down this year. (More

A federal appeals court extended the hold on Texas’s immigration law Tuesday, blocking the state from arresting and jailing migrants entering the country illegally. The next hearing is scheduled for April 3. (More

➤ Former RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel, fired after two days with NBC, is expected to collect $600,000, the payout of her two-year contract, and is exploring legal action over the hostile work environment. (More

New York City began giving out prepaid debit cards to illegal immigrants to use as weekly funds for food and baby supplies as part of a controversial pilot program. (More

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➤ The Dallas Cowboys declined to extend quarterback Dak Prescott’s contract beyond his fourth year, making him a free agent at the end of the 2024 season. (More)

➤ NCAA President Charlie Baker issued a statement Wednesday calling for the end of proposition bets on college athletics in states with legal sports betting. (More

➤ A construction crew uncovered a “moonshine cave” below the grandstands of NASCAR’s North Wilkesboro Speedway Tuesday, recalling stock car racing’s historical ties to moonshine. (See Video

 The Sweet 16 round of the NCAA March Madness men’s tournament begins today with four games, with the remaining four games on Friday. (See Schedule)


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Big Stock Move: GameStop stock dropped 15% Wednesday after a disappointing earnings report that came in lower than analysts expected. (More

➤ The S&P 500 rose to a new record Wednesday as the index heads for its best quarter since 2019. It was a winning day for the Dow and Nasdaq Composite as well. (More)

➤ The U.S. Department of Energy announced Wednesday it will extend a $1.5 billion “conditional” loan to bring Michigan’s Palisades nuclear power plant, dormant since 2022, back online. (More

Trader Joe’s raised the price of their bananas for the first time in 20 years due to inflation and food costs. A 19-cent banana is now 23 cents. (More

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Science & Technology

The Delta-class heavy rockets used for American space missions since the 1960s will be retired after a final launch today. They’ll be replaced by the newly developed Vulcan Centaur rocket. (See Video)

 DroneUP, a Virginia tech startup, announced that Walmart, 7-Eleven, and Chick-fil-A will test its new drone delivery technology to solve food-delivery logistics problems with autonomous drones. (More) 

The Event Horizon telescope captured new images of “spiraling” magnetic fields on the edge of the supermassive black hole Sagittarius A*. (See Photos

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Americans’ view of the economy remains negative, at -20 in Gallup’s economic index, but that’s up from near -50 last fall. The index is at its highest point since August, 2021. (See Index)

An overwhelming majority of U.S. adults, 88%, say marijuana should be legal for medical or recreational use. Only 10% say marijuana shouldn’t be legal at all, according to a new Pew Research survey. (See Survey)

More than half of American adults now disapprove of Israel’s military actions in Gaza, a major shift since last fall, according to a new Gallup poll. Only about 36% approve of Israel’s response. (See Results)

Et Cetera

➤ A joint Colombian and U.S. task force seized 3.7 tons of cocaine, valued at more than $133 million, after a high-speed boat chase off the coast of San Andres island. (See Video

➤ A New Jersey convenience store sold the winning ticket in Tuesday’s $1.3 billion Mega Millions jackpot. The winner has not been identified and can remain anonymous, officials say. (More

 A Georgia home resembling Disney’s Haunted Mansion ride has hit the market for $2.2 million. The 9,467-square-foot property features the ride’s “iconic facade” and is located near the Chattahoochee River. (See Photos

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Poll Position

Have you attended an Opening Day baseball game?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Wednesday’s Results:

What’s your favorite type of whiskey?

  1. Bourbon: 24.5%
  2. Scotch: 14%
  3. Tennessee: 7%
  4. Irish: 6.8%
  5. Canadian: 6%
  6. Rye: 4%
  7. Blended: 3.8%
  8. Other: 2.8%
  9. None: 31.1%

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“Joe was as fine an American as they come and one of the most decent people I met during my time in Washington.” 

—  Former President George W. Bush on the death of Joe Lieberman.

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