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Why did Mark Zuckerberg apologize in the Senate?

Why did Mark Zuckerberg apologize in the Senate?

NYC sea levels to rise 1ft, causing storms, heat in 2030s

NYC sea levels to rise 1ft, causing storms, heat in 2030s

Billionaires build bunkers, fortresses near mansions

Billionaires build bunkers, fortresses near mansions

$108M lunar lander, carrying JFK’s remains, destroyed in reentry

$108M lunar lander, carrying JFK's remains, destroyed in reentry

Japan lands on moon, faces power challenge

Japan lands on moon, faces power challenge

Men surpass women in directions; surprising study findings

Men surpass women in directions; surprising study findings

Chinese scientists clone rhesus monkey, but replicating humans unjustifiable

Chinese scientists clone rhesus monkey, but replicating humans unjustifiable

Trial success may eradicate UK’s American Mink invasion

Trial success may eradicate UK's American Mink invasion

IMF fears AI will harm 60% of jobs worldwide… is YOURS at risk?

IMF fears AI will harm 60% of jobs worldwide... is YOURS at risk?

Dual cicada cycles in Tennessee may cause millions in damages

Dual cicada cycles in Tennessee may cause millions in damages

UK chippies sell to unwary customers SHARK and chips

UK chippies sell to unwary customers SHARK and chips

Study examines fingerprint uniqueness to solve cold cases

Study examines fingerprint uniqueness to solve cold cases

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Urgent regulations needed to prevent space race war

To avert a nuclear war triggered by the 'Wild West' competition for space resources, the international community needs immediate regulations, warned a British expert who contributed to NASA's Mars mission.

Meta forms team against EU election disinformation

Marco Pancini, Head of EU affairs at Meta, stated that the "EU-specific Elections Operations Centre" would bring together experts from across the company to tackle misinformation, influence operations, and threats stemming from the misuse of artificial intelligence.

Arsenal player David Raya trains XL bullies to protect his property

In England and Wales, it became illegal to own an XL bully dog without an exemption certificate at the beginning of this month. Reports indicate that Arsenal goalkeeper David Raya has been protected by an XL Rottweiler dog after several footballers' homes were reportedly targeted by criminals.

At least 15 slain in Burkina Faso Catholic church attack

The violence on Sunday in the village of Essakane was described as a "terrorist attack" by the vicar-general of the Catholic Diocese of Dori, Essakane, Abbot Jean-Pierre Sawadogo. He stated that twelve attendees were killed at the scene, and three more succumbed to their wounds while being treated.