Tuesday, November 21st, 2023


A federal appeals court heard Donald Trump’s appeal of the gag order in his federal case in Washington D.C. His lawyers argued that it was a First Amendment violation, but questions from the judges sounded skeptical. (More)

➤ Populist Javier Milei easily won a runoff election in Argentina, making him the country’s next president. Milei, a libertarian economist sporting a disheveled mop of hair, swore to slash spending to fight soaring inflation. (See Video)

The GOP Senate campaign arm released a new ad Monday targeting the two “Democrats” running for senator in Arizona: Rep. Ruben Gallego and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, a former Democrat who’s now an independent. (See Ad)

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Can fat really be good for my brain?

Natural fats offer powerful benefits to your body – and your brain. 
Your brain is comprised of about 60 percent fat. 

Because our brain is made up largely of fat, our brains need fat to work well.
In fact, billions of cells rely on fat to operate optimally. Without healthy fat, our brain doesn’t function as well. And when our brain is not operating at a high level, well, we all know how that affects the rest of our lives.

Fueling your brain with fat, in particular, encourages ketosis, which provides energy to the brain and helps protect against brain degeneration, among other health benefits. 

By far, the most well-studied type of fat that does this are naturally occurring fats called medium-chain triglycerides…

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Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis is out for the season after injuring his leg in Saturday’s game. Undefeated FSU will start backup QB Tate Rodemaker this weekend for its big game against the Florida Gators. (See Video)

The Denver Broncos won their fourth straight game Monday night, beating the Minnesota Vikings 21-20. The comedy highlight came when Bronco receiver Jerry Jeudy, running with the ball past the line of scrimmage, fooled a defender with a pump fake. (See Video)

Tiger Woods is returning to the PGA Tour to play in the PGA’s Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas on Nov. 30-Dec. 3. Woods last played at the Masters in April and withdrew during the third round. (More)


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➤ Big Stock Move: Bayer stock plummeted 17% Monday to its lowest level in 12 years, partly due to being hit with $1.56 billion in damages over use of the herbicide Roundup, and partly due to a problematic new drug trial. (More)

The United Auto Workers said Monday that its members had ratified new contracts with Ford, GM, and Stellantis, officially ending its strike. The union says it now wants to unionize foreign-owned and Tesla auto plants. (More)

➤ Speaking of cars, Amazon says it will begin selling Hyundai vehicles online next year. Buyers will be able to search for a vehicle in their area based on model, trim, color, and features and have it delivered. (More)

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Science & Technology

A $170,000 flying car known as the Switchblade took its first test flight, soaring 500 feet in the air for six minutes. The three-wheeled vehicle requires a driver’s and pilot’s license and could hit the market within two years. (See Video)

➤ For the first time in history, a full-size Boeing 787 touched down for a safe landing on ice in Antarctica, carrying 45 researchers and 12 tons of research equipment. (See Video)

Food experts say not to wash the turkey before popping it into the oven, but they know few people will listen to the warning. The advice is relatively new and goes against habit and tradition. (See Details)

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Want to stop snoring? Or…stop someone else from snoring? This dentist’s breakthrough could do the trick on the first night. (More)  

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Travel Tuesday

Travel and Leisure published its new “Best Places to Travel” list for different types of travelers, including nature lovers, beach-goers, adventure tourists, and people seeking good food and drink. (See Lists)

Frontier Airlines dropped the price of its “all-you-can-fly” annual pass to $499, its lowest ever. The pass allows holders to pay 1 cent in airfare plus fees to fly as often as they want. (See Details)

➤ Cruise lines warn passengers not to wear camouflage clothing on trips to the Caribbean because many islands prohibit it if you’re not in their military. (More)

Et Cetera

➤ An auction of six jerseys worn by soccer superstar Lionel Messi during Argentina’s winning run at last year’s World Cup is expected to reach $10 million. The current record is a Michael Jordan jersey that sold for $10.1 million. (More)

➤ An Alabama woman born with two uteruses is pregnant with twins, one in each womb. Scientists say the extremely rare pregnancy is a “1 in 50 million” chance. (See Photos)

➤ A $217 million net meant to deter jumpers on the Golden Gate Bridge will finally be completed in December, ten years after it was approved. More than 1,800 people have leaped from the bridge since it opened in 1937. (More)

Poll Position

Have you ever seen a tornado?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Saturday’s Results:

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving side dish?

  1. Green bean casserole: 11%
  2. Stuffing: 37%
  3. Mashed potatoes: 18%
  4. Cranberry sauce: 11%
  5. Cornbread/biscuits: 6%
  6. Squash casserole: 6%
  7. Other: 11%

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“I deeply regret my participation in the board’s actions. I never intended to harm OpenAI.

Ilya Sutskever, OpenAI board member who fired CEO Sam Altman. 

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