Sat, Apr 01, 2023
'Everyone On Earth Will Die,' Says AI Expert Who Warns That The Letter Signed By Musk Doesn't Go Far Enough
Yudkowsky recently argued in a Time op-ed that the letter signed by the CEO of Twitter understates the "seriousness of the situation."
NYPD Instructs All Officers To Report In Uniform On Friday Following Trump's Indictment
In anticipation of a potential Trump indictment, the NYPD built barriers around the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse last week.
US Journalist Evan Gershkovich Arrested By Russia On Charges Of Spying
Evan Gershkovich's incarceration has been denounced by the White House in "the strongest terms."
Father Commits Suicide After Encouragement By AI Chatbot
Six weeks before his alleged demise, the unidentified father of two is said to have been communicating frequently with a chatbot on the Chai app.
Ecuador Landslide: Deaths Rises To 17, Over 70 Remain Missing
The landslide occurred on Sunday night, and as of Tuesday, the official death toll stood at 11.
Six People Found Dead Near Quebec Border In Akwesasne Marsh
Authorities are awaiting the outcomes of toxicology and post-mortem investigations to identify the likely cause of the fatalities.
Blame Game Over Migrant Deaths Fuel Tensions In Mexico's Presidency Race
President López Obrador initially claimed that jailed migrants protesting their impending deportation ignited the fire.
New Milestone For Lionel Messi As He Scores His Hundredth Goal For Argentina
Messi has often been described as a magician or a conjurer, creating goals and opportunities where seemingly none exist.
Russia Stops Communicating Missile Test Info With US, Opens Drills
Under the New START treaty, the parties routinely exchange information regarding the status of their nuclear arsenals every six months.
Nashville Shooting: Arizona Governor's Aide Resigns Over 'Transphobes' Tweet
After Josselyn Berry resigned, Hobbs' office issued an unsigned statement that read, "The Governor does not condone violence in any form."
'Heartbroken' Nashville Shooter Audrey Hale Was 'Infatuated' With Late Friend
The Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale expressed "heartbreak" over the 2022 death of a student basketball teammate with whom she had been "infatuated."
Pope Francis, 86, Hospitalized With Respiratory Infection
Despite not having Covid, the 86-year-old has recently had respiratory problems, according to a statement.
US Targeted By Cybercriminals On Behalf Of North Korea, Says Reports
"Advanced persistent threat", or a network of bad actors linked to possibly illegal internet activities has been uncovered by Google's cyber intelligence team.
New York Grand Jury's Possible Vote On Trump Indictment Not Expected This Week
The grand jury is not expected to meet Wednesday, Mar. 29, the sources said, the next day the panel had been regularly scheduled to convene.
Online Sleuth Responsible For Group Chat Discovery In Gwyneth Paltrow Ski Case Says It Was 'Comically Easy'
The daughter of the man suing Paltrow was questioned by Paltrow's legal team over the lack of GoPro camera footage from the 2016 ski-slope mishap.
TV Presenter And Comedian Paul O'Grady Dies Aged 67
Paul O'Grady died on Tuesday night "peacefully but unexpectedly," according to a statement from his spouse, Andre Portasio.
Protesters Demand Bull-Fighting Ban In Colombia
Senator and activist Andrea Padilla joined the protesters and claimed that landlords were pushing for support of bullfighting.
China Threatens Retaliation If Taiwan's President Meets US House Speaker
Taiwan's president received a caution from China's Taiwan Affairs Office just hours before she was scheduled to depart Taipei.
President Biden Makes Bizarre Ice Cream Joke In first Statement Since Nashville Shooting
President Biden on Monday, Mar. 27, joked that the only reason he attended a White House function was that he had heard there would be ice cream.
Explosion At Chocolate Factory In Pennsylvania Leaves 7 Dead
Tower Heath had stated that 10 patients from the incident were treated at its hospital in West Reading.
Chinese-Owned TikTok App Will Not Be Prohibited In Mexico, Says President
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador promised "complete freedom" when asked about the platform during his routine morning press conference.
More Than A Dozen Killed In Ecuador- Alausí Landslide
Firefighters, police, and specialized rescue teams have been sent to the Andean canton of Alausí to look for trapped inhabitants.
Brazil: Teenager Fatally Stabs Teacher And Wounds Five People
The instructor was stabbed in the head and back on Monday by an assailant who had a skull mask on.
'Facebook Rapist' Thabo Bester Flees From Prison After Staging Death
Bester was incarcerated in the highest security Mangaung Correctional Centre, where he was serving a life sentence for rape and murder.
Israeli Defense Minister Who Came Out Against Court Control Plan Fired By Netanyahu
This has caused a great deal of outrage and anxiety among Israel's allies, particularly the United States.
Twitter Source Code Leaked Online, Court Filing Reveals
Twitter CEO Elon Musk claimed Twitter's algorithm is "overly complex & not fully understood internally,"
Fears Of More Storms After Mississippi Tornado
Following the tornadoes that ripped through Alabama and Mississippi on Friday, Mar. 24, night, hundreds of people have been forced to seek new housing.
Texas Rally Falls Quiet After Trump Mocks Ron DeSantis
Trump hailed himself as DeSantis' rescuer, asserting that his support ensured the Florida governor's victory.
Nelson Piquet Fined Nearly $1 Million For Making Racial And Homophobic Remarks About Lewis Hamilton
A Brazilian court has ordered Piquet to pay $950,000 in "moral damages" for making racist and homophobic comments about seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton.
The Mexican TV Legend Chabelo Who Became The Ultimate Meme
En Familia con Chabelo (Family Time with Chabelo), his children's game show, aired live every Sunday for 45 years and even made the Guinness Book of Records.