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Protestors · United States
Tentative deal reached to end the Hollywood writers strike. No deal yet for actors
Union leaders and Hollywood studios reached a tentative agreement Sunday to end a historic screenwriters strike after nearly five months, though no deal is yet in the works for striking actors. See the Story
57% Center coverage: 153 sources
NASA · United States
NASA’s first asteroid samples land on Earth after release from spacecraft
NASA’s first asteroid samples fetched from deep space parachuted into the Utah desert Sunday to cap a seven-year journey. In a flyby of Earth, the Osiris-Rex spacecraft released the sample capsule from 63,000 miles (100,000 kilometers) out. See the Story
60% Center coverage: 148 sources
Emmanuel Macron · France
President Macron says France will end its military presence in Niger and pull ambassador after coup
President Emmanuel Macron announced Sunday that France will end its military presence in Niger and pull its ambassador out of the country after its democratically elected president was deposed in a coup.See the Story
38% Center coverage: 88 sources
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Neanderthals · Junction City
We carry DNA from extinct cousins like Neanderthals. Science is now revealing their genetic legacy
Neanderthals live on within us. These ancient human cousins, and others called Denisovans, once lived alongside our early Homo sapiens ancestors. They mingled and had children. So some of who they were never went away. And science is starting to reveal just how much that shapes us.See the Story
64% Center coverage: 11 sources
Asia · Taiwan
Death toll from Taiwan golf ball factory fire rises to 9
At least nine people were killed in a fire at a golf ball factory in southern Taiwan. The fire, which began on Friday evening and raged all night, also injured more than 100 people. President Tsai Ing-wen and other top officials visited the scene on Saturday to express condolences to the victims' families.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Politics · Georgia
Past high-profile trials suggest stress and potential pitfalls for Georgia judge handling Trump case
Judge Peter Cahill hardly slept during the six weeks he presided over the murder trial of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for killing George Floyd.Cameras in the courtroom broadcast the veteran Minnesota judge’s every word to a global audience. Outside, the nation waited nervously for the outcome of a slaying that galvanized the movement for racial justice. “When you’re in a high-profile trial, you feel the stress, you feel the pressure…See the Story
64% Center coverage: 11 sources
AI is on the world's mind. Is the UN the place to figure out what to do about it?
Artificial intelligence has been a sizzling topic this year at the U.N. General Assembly. Many eyes are on the United Nations as perhaps the only place to tackle the issue at scale. The world body has some unique attributes to offer, including unmatched breadth and a track record of brokering pacts.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 12 sources
Americas · New York
RNC's livestreaming partner for the GOP debate is a haven for disinformation and extremism
The exclusive online livestream for the second Republican presidential debate this week will take place on Rumble, an alternative video-sharing platform that has been criticized for allowing far-right extremism, bigotry, election disinformation and conspiracy theories.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 10 sources
The UN’s top tech official discusses AI, bringing the world together and what keeps him up at night
The United Nations is to convene an advisory group on artificial intelligence. U.N. tech-policy chief Amandeep Gill sat down with The Associated Press to talk about the hopes, concerns and questions surrounding AI. Gill says the United Nations brings three important attributes to the table: inclusiveness, legitimacy and authority.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 8 sources
Wall Street · Tokyo
Stock market today: Asian shares mostly lower after Wall St has its worst week in 6 months
Troubled property developer China Evergrande sank 18.2% after announcing it was unable to raise further debt. Hong Kong's Hang Seng lost 1.3% to 17,819.52, while the Shanghai Composite index declined 0.3%. Japan's Nikkei 225 was up 0.6% at 32,590.33. The retreat has deepened with Wall Street’s growing understanding that interest rates likely wont come down much anytime soon.See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources
Hollywood's writers strike is on the verge of ending. What happens next?
Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers came to terms Sunday night on a contract good for three years, the standard length in the industry. But two successful votes must happen before the strike is over. First, boards of the WGA's eastern and western branches must approve the deal. Then the 11,500 members themselves must vote for approval.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources