OAN’s Tom McGrath
5:43 PM – Wednesday, November 22, 2023
A car explodes on Niagara Falls’ Rainbow Bridge, Anti-Globalism wins in the Netherlands and Joe Biden celebrates Thanksgiving.
A car explodes on Niagara Falls’ Rainbow Bridge, Anti-Globalism wins in the Netherlands and Joe Biden celebrates Thanksgiving
Elon Musk follows through with his promise, filing what he called a ‘thermo-nuclear lawsuit’ against Media Matters.
For the first time since ‘Reconstruction’ ended in 1877, Charleston, South Carolina elects a Republican as mayor.
While the Biden Administration boasts about lowering gas prices ahead of Thanksgiving weekend, things may not be all that they seem.
Sam Altman’s return as OpenAI’s chief executive will strengthen his grip on the startup and may leave the ChatGPT creator with fewer checks on his power.
EU lawmakers agreed to draft rules requiring Google, Meta and other online services to identify and remove online child pornography.
4:19 PM UTC – November 22, 2023 (Reuters) – Nvidia (NVDA.O) shares fell nearly 4% on Wednesday on fears that widening U.S.…
Sam Altman’s return as CEO of OpenAI caps a frenzied discussion about the future of the startup at the center of an artificial intelligence boom.
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