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Spotify has penned a new multi-year partnership deal with controversial podcast host Joe Rogan, whose enormously popular show will soon also be available on competing platforms, including YouTube and Apple Podcasts.Spotify announced the renewed partnership in a post on the company's corporate blog on February 2. Under a prior multimillion-dollar de…
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It has been almost two years since Russia started its invasion of Ukraine, and millions of Ukrainians are still living as refugees in other European countries. In the German capital Berlin, some of them meet once a month to recite Ukrainian poetry to each other – a way to stay connected to a homeland in crisis.About a dozen Ukrainians are meeting u…
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Parisians voted on February 4 to muscle SUVs off the French capital’s streets by making them much more expensive to park starting next September, the latest leg in a drive-by Socialist Mayor Anne Hidalgo to make the host city for this year’s Olympic Games greener and friendlier for pedestrians and cyclists.More than 54% of the votes cast in the low…
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Universal Music Group (UMG), which represents artists including Taylor Swift, Drake, Adele, Bad Bunny, and Billie Eilish, says that it will no longer allow its music on TikTok now that a licensing deal between the two parties has expired.UMG said that it had not agreed to the terms of a new deal with TikTok, and plans to stop licensing content from…
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At a café in the Danish city Aarhus, the coffee is to be kept, but the cup? Well, you’ll have to give that back.Authorities in Denmark’s second-largest city are trialing a new deposit scheme, where it’s possible to drink your coffee on-the-go, without the to-go cup turning into waste just minutes later.“When you buy your coffee, you get the possibi…
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What could be cuter than Hello Kitty, the popular Japanese cartoon character? She’s the star of the show at a new exhibition in London.‘CUTE’ at Somerset House brings together all kinds of adorable exhibits. From popular culture icons, like everyone’s favorite aliens, E.T. and baby Yoda, to charming children’s toys such as Sylvanian Families figure…
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One in 11 Americans rely on community health centers to get routine medical care, as well as social services and, in some cases, fresh food. Plaza del Sol is one of two dozen sites run by Urban Health Plan Inc., one of nearly 1,400 federally designated community health centers, which serve as a critical safety net for low-income people of all ages.…
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The benefits of the Montessori education model have long been discussed in relation to children.Now a project in Australia is looking at the natural interests and activities of the older generation as part of an elderly care rethink. Researchers say it's helping older people to stay active and enjoy the things they love.A program called Living Well…
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Not everyone is ready for a bold career change at midlife to pursue their passions and dreams, but one Iranian woman did it, and she couldn’t be happier with the results.Maryam Kazemi worked as a financial manager at a Tehran hospital until she was over 40. In 2017, she decided to quit and pursue her childhood dreams of painting and sculpture.When …
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The world's largest cruise ship — the size of almost four city blocks — began its maiden voyage on January 27 as it left from the Port of Miami.Royal Caribbean’s Icon of the Seas runs nearly 1,200 feet (365 meters) from bow to stern.The ship, which left South Florida for its first seven-day island-hopping voyage through the tropics, was officially …
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An American scientist has sparked a trans-Atlantic tempest in a teapot by offering Britain advice on its favorite hot beverage.Bryn Mawr College chemistry professor Michelle Francl says one of the keys to a perfect cup of tea is a pinch of salt. The tip is included in Francl’s book “Steeped: The Chemistry of Tea,” published in January by the Royal …
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High school can be a stressful time in a child's life. One school in Australia's Queensland state is joining a growing trend in offering mindfulness classes to help. Teachers say they're being proactive in supporting students' emotional health.Lunchtime may have finished in Townsville High School, but students aren’t going back to class just yet. E…
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Self-driving cars might have stalled, but now remote or “teledriving” tech is in the fast lane.German teledriving company Vay launched its first commercial service on January 17, letting Las Vegas users order a “teledriven” electric rental car to their location. With the push of an app, users in Las Vegas can now order a rental car, and it’ll be re…
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Pets are becoming big business in India as more people choose to get a furry friend. From special festivals to grooming, and food delivery services, owners have lots of ways to pamper their pets.Pet Fed is one of India’s biggest pet festivals. Hundreds of proud owners are showing off their beloved companions. And events like this in Mumbai are pred…
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Japan became the fifth country in history to reach the moon when one of its spacecraft without astronauts successfully made a soft landing on the lunar surface early January 20.However, space officials said they needed more time to analyze whether the Smart Lander for Investigating Moon (SLIM), achieved its mission priority of making a pinpoint lan…
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Standing or stopping is now banned on pedestrian bridges on the Las Vegas Strip where visitors often pause to take photos amid the glittery casino lights or to watch street performers.Violators of the ordinance that took effect January 16 could face up to six months in jail or a $1,000 fine.Clark County commissioners voted unanimously last month to…
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Every year, millions of used car tires are discarded, creating waste, filling landfills, and perhaps emitting harmful pollutants into our atmosphere when burnt. According to a report by the Tire Industry Project, one billion end-of-life tires are generated globally every year. And an estimated four billion are currently in landfills and stockpiles …
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A Japanese automaker that cheated on safety tests for decades said on January 22 that it doesn’t expect to resume shipping cars any time soon.The Japanese government ordered a subsidiary of Toyota to halt production of its entire lineup after reports of faked safety test results emerged last year.The Daihatsu Motor Co. skipped mandatory safety test…
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Cosplayers are strutting their stuff at MegaCon in London's ExCel exhibition center. The outlandish costumes pay tribute to favorite characters from movies, television and video games.Cosplayers in London say that although it can be an expensive hobby, it is well worth the effort. The Legends of Zelda video game franchise is a popular source of ins…
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From gadgets for the elderly to selfie mirrors that can predict the risk of heart attack, health tech is a big trend at this year’s CES tech show. The innovations make monitoring health simpler and more portable than ever — with AI powering many of the devices.There’s a smart bed designed for older people, with safety rails but also hidden technolo…
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The world could have its first trillionaire within a decade, anti-poverty organization Oxfam International said in its annual assessment of global inequalities timed to the gathering of political and business elites at the Swiss ski resort of Davos.Oxfam, which for years has been trying to highlight the growing disparities between the super-rich an…
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A federal judge issued an order in January temporarily halting enforcement of a pending Ohio law that would require children to get parental consent to use social media apps.U.S. District Court Judge Algenon Marbley’s temporary restraining order came in a lawsuit brought by NetChoice, a trade group representing TikTok, Snapchat, Meta, and other maj…
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Apple TV and Major League Soccer are expanding their collaboration, announcing that the looming MLS season will be chronicled in a new all-access docuseries similar to the ones that have given fans a deep, different look at golf, auto racing and tennis in recent months.The eight-part series is already in production and will span from the preseason …
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It’s no joke. A federal agency is discouraging humorous and quirky messages that could distract or confuse drivers on highways and freeways across the country.The Federal Highway Administration recently released an updated 1,100-page manual that spells out how signs and other traffic control devices are regulated. In it, the agency strongly recomme…
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In Harbin, north-eastern China, the winter tourism economy is thriving thanks to its winter events and activities. Thousands of tourists have flocked to the city to enjoy its ice and snow festival and cultural offerings.Harbin, known for its ice and snow festival, has become one of China’s most sought-after tourist destinations this winter, giving …
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Artificial intelligence was set to dominate the annual Las Vegas technology show CES, with more than 130,000 attendees expected to crowd convention center halls when doors opened on January 9.CES - formerly the Consumer Electronics Show - is held annually in Las Vegas every January. And just days before the Las Vegas Convention Center doors opened …
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The average liter of bottled water has nearly a quarter million invisible pieces of ever-so-tiny nanoplastics, detected and categorized for the first time by a microscope using dual lasers.Scientists long figured there were lots of these microscopic plastic pieces, but until researchers at Columbia and Rutgers universities did their calculations, t…
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England's 1,000-year-old legal system — still steeped in traditions that include wearing wigs and robes — has taken a cautious step into the future by giving judges permission to use artificial intelligence to help produce rulings.The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary last December said AI could help write opinions but stressed it shouldn’t be used fo…
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A new online application designed to make applying for federal student aid easier went live last month, but not everyone has been able to access it.The FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, typically opens at the beginning of October, but it was delayed three months due to the launch of the new application. Then, a few days before the…
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Global supermarket chain Carrefour will stop selling PepsiCo products in its stores in France, Belgium, Spain and Italy over price increases for popular items like Lay's potato chips, Quaker Oats, Lipton Iced Tea and its namesake soda.The French grocery chain said it pulled PepsiCo products from shelves in France and added small signs in stores tha…
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With a deep freeze approaching, an animal shelter in Poland sent out an urgent appeal to people to adopt or at least temporarily shelter some of its dogs until the dangerous cold spell passes.The result of what it called “Operation Frost” took the shelter workers by surprise. Over the weekend, people arrived in droves, waited in lines for hours, an…
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A U.S. labor agency has accused SpaceX of unlawfully firing employees who penned an open letter critical of CEO Elon Musk and creating an impression that worker activities were under surveillance by the rocket ship company.A Los Angeles-based regional director for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) filed a complaint on January 3 that consoli…
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Some hotels are turning their bar lounges into dining experiences and right now it’s all about elegant après-ski chalets.At the Fairmont Century Plaza hotel in Los Angeles, which recently underwent a 2.5 billion USD renovation, the après-ski experience takes you directly to the slopes. This luxury hotel has transformed its outdoor bar lounge patio …
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Cold showers are meant to be good for your health, but some people are taking it a step further: swimming in the frozen waters near the Arctic Circle. That experience, along with walking on the ice, is part of a mini cruise growing in popularity among tourists looking for something fun.Between Sweden and Finland lies the Baltic Sea. In its northern…
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A man suspected of stealing an artwork by Banksy of a stop sign adorned with three military drones was arrested, London police said.A man in his 20s was in custody on suspicion of theft and criminal damage, the Metropolitan police said.The sign was taken less than an hour after the elusive street artist posted a photo of the work on his Instagram p…
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The state has announced the first recipients of a program aimed at helping medical professionals pay off student loans in exchange for a two-year commitment to provide care in Hawaii.Gov. Josh Green thanked state lawmakers for providing $30 million to fund the program. An additional $5 million contribution came from Lynn and Marc Benioff to pay stu…
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Gift cards make great stocking stuffers — just as long as you don’t stuff them in a drawer and forget about them after the holidays.Americans were expected to spend nearly $30 billion on gift cards last holiday season, according to the National Retail Federation. Restaurant gift cards were the most popular, making up one-third of those sales.Most o…
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Generative artificial intelligence tools have made it far cheaper and easier to spread the kind of misinformation that can mislead voters and potentially influence elections. And social media companies that once invested heavily in correcting the record have shifted their priorities.Fabricated images, videos, and audio clips known as deepfakes have…
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With several asterisks, qualifications, and caveats, Mickey Mouse in his earliest form will be the leader of the band of characters, films, and books that will become public domain as the year turns to 2024.In a moment many close observers thought might never come, at least one version of the quintessential piece of intellectual property and perhap…
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Some American senior citizens have a new companion to help them combat loneliness — a robot.Joyce Loazia lives alone, but when she returns to her apartment at a suburban Fort Lauderdale senior community, the retired office worker often has a chat with a friendly female voice that asks about her day.A few miles away, the same voice comforted 83-year…
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A luxury chocolate retailer is helping young people with special needs find employment and self-confidence at their factory in Eastern England.Harry Specters is a chocolate maker with a difference. This social enterprise seeks to employ neurodiverse workers. It was founded by Shaz and Mona Shah, originally from Islamabad in Pakistan. When their son…
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As the world’s demand for chocolate grows, cocoa farmers in Nigeria are moving into protected areas of a forest reserve that is home to endangered species like African forest elephants.Over the course of two visits and several days, The Associated Press repeatedly documented farmers harvesting cocoa beans where that work is banned in conservation a…
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Hundreds of people in the U.S. and Canada have been sickened in a growing outbreak of salmonella poisoning linked to contaminated whole and pre-cut cantaloupe.Health officials are warning consumers, retailers and restaurants not to buy, eat or serve cantaloupe if they don’t know the source. That’s especially important for individuals who are vulner…
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The promise of self-checkout was alluring: Customers could avoid long lines by scanning and bagging their own items, workers could be freed of doing those monotonous tasks themselves and retailers could save on labor costs.All that has happened since the rollout of self-checkout but so has this: Customers griping about clunky technology that spits …
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California sued the Ralphs supermarket chain on December 21, alleging that it violated state law by asking job-seekers whether they had criminal records and illegally rejecting hundreds of applicants.The California Civil Rights Department contends that Ralphs Grocery Co. “has ignored and continues to ignore” the Fair Chance Act “by screening out ot…
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Apple suspended sales of the Series 9 and Ultra 2 versions of its popular watch for online U.S. customers on the afternoon of December 21 and in its stores on December 24. The move stems from an October decision by the International Trade Commission (ITC) restricting Apple’s watches with the Blood Oxygen measurement feature as part of an intellectu…
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An elusive 'tap-dancing' spider species that has been lost to science for almost 100 years has been rediscovered amongst leaf litter on its home turf.The Fagilde trapdoor spider was found recently in an area near the same small northern Portuguese town that it is named after.Since it was last spotted in 1931, scientists have been unsure of its wher…
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Damp weather at this time of year can be the perfect conditions for dedicated mushroom foragers in the UK. It can be a risky business—there’s always the risk of foraging a toxic mushroom that could make you sick—but it’s growing in popularity with many sharing their latest finds on social media.Mushroom havens like Ashridge Woods in the English cou…
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The United States returned to Greece 30 ancient artifacts, including marble statues, armor helmets, and breastplates, found to have been illicitly removed from the country, authorities said.The pieces handed over to Greek officials in New York date back from as long as 4,700 years ago to the Middle Ages. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said…
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Tesla is recalling nearly all vehicles sold in the U.S., more than 2 million, to update software and fix a defective system that’s supposed to ensure drivers are paying attention when using Autopilot.Documents posted by U.S. safety regulators say the update will increase warnings and alerts to drivers and even limit the areas where basic versions o…
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