Wednesday, January 31, 2024


Rep. Cori Bush, a member of Congress’ left-wing “Squad,” is the target of a Justice Department investigation into her campaign spending on security services. (More)

➤ Rep. Dean Phillips has asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to include him in the Democratic Party primary with President Biden. The state’s Democrats excluded him and put only Biden’s name on the ballot. (More)

Meanwhile, in Illinois, the state elections board voted unanimously to keep Donald Trump on the GOP primary ballot. The group seeking to remove him said they would appeal. (More

 Sen. Joe Manchin’s wife was hospitalized in “stable condition” after a car accident in Birmingham, Alabama. Manchin said she’d be in the hospital for a few days as a precaution. (More)

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 Last weekend’s NFL championship games were the most-watched shows on TV, attracting an audience of more than 50 million for each contest. (More)

A doping disqualification has cost the 2022 Russian Olympic figure skating team its gold medals. The U.S. team has now been awarded the gold medals for figure-skating in 2022. (More)

 The documentary series “NASCAR: Full Speed” debuted on Netflix this week. The show follows nine drivers as they compete in last year’s NASCAR Cup Series playoffs and championship. (See Trailer)  

 Travis Perry of Kentucky’s Lyon County High School has become the 10th basketball player in high school history to score 5,000 career points. The 6-foot-2 senior guard broke the state’s all-time scoring record last year. (See Video


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Sanmina Corporation

➤ Big Stock Move: Sanmina stock soared 28% Tuesday after the electronics manufacturer reported strong quarterly results and better-than-expected guidance for the next quarter. (More

UPS plans to cut 12,000 jobs just five months after reaching a deal with the Teamsters union. The company cited a disappointing revenue outlook and said the layoffs would target contractors and management roles. (More)

GM reported just over $10 billion in revenue last year, beating expectations. The company also said it will add plug-in hybrid vehicles to its lineup to entice buyers balking at purely electric cars. (More)

Jeffrey’s Toys, the San Francisco retailer that helped inspire Pixar’s “Toy Story” franchise, is closing after 75 years because of the “peril and violence” around its downtown location. (More)

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Science & Technology

Elon Musk announced that one of his Neuralink brain chips has been implanted into its first human subject. The chip is a brain-computer interface meant to help heal neurological diseases. (More)

The European Space Agency released a “treasure trove” of stunning new images showing 19 spiral galaxies as captured by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. Astronomers called them  “extraordinary.” (See Photos)

➤ A Chinese startup is developing a coin-sized nuclear battery that can keep producing a charge for 50 years. Production of the battery is in the pilot stage, with mass production planned for 2025. (See Photo)

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Wisdom Wednesday

Some schools now offer “happiness courses” that focus on mental wellness and staying upbeat. A researcher collected the ten best happiness tips to improve your mood and well-being. (See Tips)

➤ As we move into February, winter can start to feel long and dreary. Here are some wise winter quotations to give you warm feelings on these cold days. (See Quotes)

➤ The ancient Greek Stoics believed the key to a good life was to live virtuously in harmony with what’s best in us and nature. Philosopher William Stephens offers 11 core teachings for accomplishing this. (See Teachings)

Et Cetera

“Young Sheldon,” “Bluey,” and “The Crown” were the most streamed programs in the U.S in the last week of December. Each show recorded more than 1 billion minutes of viewing. (See Ratings List)

Reba McIntire aims to return to network TV in a comedy starring the country singer as a restaurant owner who meets her half-sister for the first time. NBC has ordered a pilot episode. (More)

➤ An Austrian company has unveiled a 543-foot submarine for billionaires. Priced at $2 billion, the Migaloo can dive up to 820 feet and features a pool, wine cellar, and cinema. (See Video)

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Kailo is the future of pain relief. It’s an all-natural pain patch that works in 60 seconds. (Video

Poll Position

Would you pay an extra $2.99 a month to Amazon for ad-free Prime TV?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Tuesday’s Results:

Should Congress require cars to include AM radio?

  1. Yes: 72%
  2. No: 28%

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“We do not seek another war. We do not seek to escalate. But we will absolutely do what is required.”

— John Kirby, National Security Council spokesperson, on U.S. plans to retaliate against attacks on U.S. troops in the Mideast

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Gold mining, World War I, and an injured veteran combined to create what modern convenience?

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