Month: November 2023

By Christina Larson | Associated Press WASHINGTON — It’s a challenge for all new parents: Getting enough sleep while keeping a close eye on their newborns. For some penguins, it means thousands of mini-catnaps a day, researchers discovered. Chinstrap penguins in Antarctica need to guard their eggs and chicks around-the-clock in crowded, noisy colonies. So
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A 4-year-old boy from Ault was killed in a collision with a train near Weld County Road 88 and U.S. 85 in Pierce on Saturday, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The boy was in a vehicle with his parents and brother when the crash happened, family members wrote on a crowdfunding page. The driver,
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Business Binance was accused of operating as an unregistered securities exchange and violating U.S. securities laws in a lawsuit from regulators. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in the Southern District of Florida Monday, accuses Ronaldo’s promotions of Binance of being “deceptive and unlawful.” (AP Photo/Armin Durgut, file) AP By Associated Press November 30, 2023
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Anti-abuse activists lodged a Vatican complaint Thursday in response to a $2 million lawsuit settled by a New Lenox Catholic school and the Augustinian religious order, alleging that the “actions and inaction” by Chicagoland Catholic leaders in handling the accused priest is endangering kids. Former Providence Catholic High School student Robert Krankvich filed a lawsuit
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Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is facing a class-action lawsuit seeking at least $1 billion in damages for his role in promoting cryptocurrency-related “non-fungible tokens,” or NFTs, issued by the beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange Binance to millions of his fans. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in the Southern District of Florida Monday, alleges that Ronaldo’s
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Greta Gerwig | Sunday on 60 Minutes – CBS News Watch CBS News Sharyn Alfonsi profiles the brains behind “Barbie” – filmmaker Greta Gerwig. She pulled off a delicate balancing act: giving voice to the iconic Barbie doll while appealing to her fiercest critics. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news,
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Chaos on Campus | Sunday on 60 Minutes – CBS News Watch CBS News Bill Whitaker witnesses pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli student rallies at Columbia University and department-led campus forums at Dartmouth in response to the Oct. 7 Hamas attacks and ensuing Israeli bombardment of Gaza. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking
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A fast-track schedule, along with delays developing SpaceX’s moon lander and new Axiom spacesuits, make the first Artemis moon landing “unlikely” in 2025 and, based on past experience, a delay to 2027 could be expected, the Government Accountability Office said in a report released Thursday. “NASA and its contractors have made progress, including completing several
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Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger’s death at 100 Wednesday has sparked conversation about the influential man’s life and legacy.  Kissinger, who served as secretary of state and national security adviser under both Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, continued to be an active, albeit controversial, figure in political and diplomatic society for decades after. 
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