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Kane Seeks Respect in Match Against Matt Cardona Thursday night will see Kane face off against the “Indy God” Matt Cardona at the “One Shot” event in New York City. This match is expected to be one of Kane’s toughest challenges yet. In a recent interview with Fox News Digital, Kane emphasized his desire for respect in the wrestling industry. “It would mean a whole lot more if he actually took me seriously,” Kane stated when asked about facing a veteran like Cardona. “He’s not taking it seriously. He thinks it’s going to be a walk in the park, like…

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Over 900,000 Names Collected for the Europa Clipper Spacecraft Since June 1, 2023, NASA has been gathering names from around the world to send up into space on the Europa Clipper spacecraft. The campaign has been incredibly successful, with over 900,000 names collected so far. The Mission to Explore Jupiter’s Moon, Europa The Europa Clipper spacecraft is scheduled to launch from the Kennedy Space Center in October 2024. Its mission is to explore Jupiter’s moon, Europa, which is known as an “ocean world that may support life.” The spacecraft will embark on a 1.8 billion-mile journey to gather valuable information…

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Iran’s Ambitious Space Program Iran has announced its plans to send a human to space by 2029, according to Mohammad Javad Zarepour, the deputy head of the Iranian Space Agency. This comes after a recent successful launch of a rocket named Salman. Unclear Involvement of Animals Although it is unclear if any animals were aboard the most recent launch, Zarepour mentioned that further tests involving animals will be conducted before sending a human into space. Iran’s space program has previously sent a monkey into space in 2013 and successfully returned it. Previous Achievements in Space Iran has been making strides…

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FDA Investigates Plant in Ecuador U.S. health officials have launched an inspection of a plant in Ecuador that produced cinnamon applesauce pouches linked to dozens of cases of acute lead poisoning in U.S. children. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has identified contaminated cinnamon as the likely source of the lead. Samples Collected from Austrofoods Plant An FDA team is currently collecting samples from the Austrofoods plant, which shipped the now-recalled applesauce pouches sold widely at Dollar Tree and other stores across the U.S. Health officials in Ecuador found that the cinnamon supplied by Austrofood’s supplier had higher levels…

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GM Requires Hybrid Employees to be in the Office Three Days a Week General Motors (GM) has announced that it will provide “more clarity” on its return to office policy for tens of thousands of salaried employees. GM spokesperson stated that hybrid employees will need to be in the office from Tuesday through Thursday in order to meet critical business needs and maintain company culture. The company plans to release more information to its workers on January 8th. 43,000 Workers Impacted According to FOX 2 Detroit, approximately 43,000 workers will be affected by this policy change. The news outlet learned…

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Jolie’s Journey in the Entertainment Industry Angelina Jolie, the renowned actress and Academy Award winner, recently shared her thoughts on her life in Hollywood and her experiences growing up in the entertainment industry. Despite being the daughter of actors Jon Voight and Marcheline Bertrand, Jolie revealed that she never felt compelled to pursue a career in acting until later in life. Dealing with the Spotlight Jolie admitted that she was not easily impressed by the glamour of Hollywood. She believes that growing up in the industry helped her maintain a grounded perspective. However, as her fame grew, so did the…

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An American Icon in Decline Sports Illustrated, along with other classic American magazines like People, Time, and National Geographic, has long been a staple in dentist offices, coffee tables, and doormats across the country. It was once an institution, boasting 3 million subscribers and receiving numerous awards and accolades. However, today it finds itself publishing third-rate articles generated by artificial intelligence (AI). What happened to this celebrated publication? The AI Scandal In a recent expose by tech and culture site Futurism, it was revealed that Sports Illustrated was publishing poorly written articles attributed to fake authors who didn’t exist. The…

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USCG Investigating Source of Pollution In a press release, the US Coast Guard (USCG) announced that they have begun investigating the source of mysterious tar balls that have been found along the New Jersey shoreline. The USCG was first notified about the tar balls on Tuesday morning and immediately dispatched personnel to the area. Tar Balls Found Near Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park The tar balls, ranging in size from approximately 1–2 inches and smaller, were discovered in an approximately 6-mile stretch near Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park. The state Department of Environmental Protection and Monmouth County officials also joined in the…

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Democrats Argue for Stronger Standards The Democratic Party is advocating for the protection of clean air, public health, and a safe climate through the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed vehicle emission standards. According to a memo circulated by Democrats on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, over 100 million Americans live in counties with unhealthy air pollution, which disproportionately affects children, the elderly, low-income communities, and communities of color. The memo also highlights that air pollution is associated with over 100,000 premature deaths in the United States each year. Republicans Accused of Misleading Tactics Democrats accuse Republicans of using scare…

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