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The fantasy of Ted Lasso and the reality of Jason Sudeikis

The Jason Sudeikis-Olivia Wilde breakup changed the way watching Ted Lasso feels.

The world’s largest crypto exchange is in trouble with the US government

Binance is the latest crypto exchange to get into hot water with regulators.

Serial’s Adnan Syed was finally free. Zoom got his conviction reinstated.

A wildy rare appeal is sending Adnan Syed back to court — this time with Hae Min Lee’s family in the room.

It’s not just Stormy Daniels: The potential federal indictments against Trump, explained

Special counsel Jack Smith’s two investigations may be nearing completion.

Migrants were left for dead in a Mexican detention center. Was it a preventable tragedy?

A deadly fire that killed 38 migrants has led to international calls for an investigation.

AI leaders (and Elon Musk) urge all labs to press pause on powerful AI

We got GPT-4. We could stop there for now, placing a moratorium on new AI systems more powerful than that.

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How an AI pope pic fooled us

An AI-generated image of Cool Pope in immaculate drip went viral over the weekend and most everyone thought it was real. The Verge’s James Vincent explains how we should navigate our new internet reality.

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Medicaid’s continuous enrollment, discontinued.

What would it mean to treat guns the way we treat cars?

Netanyahu finally went too far

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Israel’s deepening political crisis erupts in protests

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