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The trial set for October start date.. When Judge asked Kohberger to enter a plea at the arraignment, defense attorney Anne Taylor stood up and declined on behalf of her client. “Your honor we will be standing silent,” she told the court. That prompted Judge to enter not guilty pleas on the defendant’s behalf. During the … Read moreIdaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger stands silent at arraignment, not guilty pleas entered
This was not really an explosion at the pentagon this morning. But enough people thought it was that stocks sunk for a bit of time as worry set in. This is not the the future but instead now the present. This is not going to happen. This is happening. Are you prepared? How much will … Read moreWelcome to your AI chaos
The Cannes audience is going wild cheering for Martin Scorcese and the cast of Killers of the Flower Moon. Brilliant film. May be the longest standing ovation ever. The Applause sounds like hard rain on a rooftop. Scorsese turned the story of the murders of the Osage Indians in Oklahoma into a mob allegory and … Read moreMartin Scorsese’s Brilliant Killers of the Flower Moon Opens to “Thunderous Ovation” in Cannes
The planet, called LP 791-18 d, is akin to both Earth and to Jupiter’s moon Io, the most volcanic world in the solar system, which NASA spacecraft Juno photographed earlier this week. Published on Wednesday in the journal Nature, a new paper reveals a new, roughly Earth-sized temperate world around a nearby small star that … Read moreNew Earth-Like Volcanic World Discovered Just 86 Light-Years Away
Speaking at a press conference on Friday (May 19th), Ford defended using the technology. “I know that that is my face,” he said, per Entertainment Weekly. “It’s not a kind of Photoshop magic – that’s what I looked like 35 years ago. Because Lucasfilm has every frame of film that we’ve made together over all of … Read moreHarrison Ford defends de-aging tech in new ‘Indiana Jones’
This is how the Associated Press summed up the Justice’s opinion on COVID and our recent history: The Supreme Court got rid of a pandemic-related immigration case with a single sentence. Justice Neil Gorsuch had a lot more to say, leveling harsh criticism of how governments, from small towns to the nation’s capital, responded to … Read moreJustice Gorsuch: COVID emergency orders were among `greatest intrusions on civil liberties’
High drama at the G7 as Zelensky arrives.. but with what cost with the arrival of more western weapons and aircraft be for the world? The war drums just keep on banging louder and louder with each new addition of United States arsenal .. The West’s effort to potentially send modern fighter jets to Ukraine … Read moreRussia warns West sending F-16s to Ukraine ‘carries enormous risks’..
She had the nerve to say biotin kept her hair and radiation kept her tan. Social media grossness at its grossest.. Madison Russo allegedly used social media to spread awareness about her battle with cancer and to raise almost $40,000 on GoFundMe — but the entire operation was a scam, according to Iowa police, who … Read more19-year-old Tik Tok creator allegedly fakes having cancer, raises thousands on GoFundMe
The Supreme Court declined to address the legal liability shield that protects tech platforms from being held responsible for their users’ posts, the court said in an unsigned opinion Thursday. The decision leaves in place, for now, a broad liability shield that protects companies like Twitter, Meta’s Facebook and Instagram as well as Google’s YouTube from being held liable for their … Read moreThe socials stay above the fray: Supremes make the call