By airing the fourth Republican presidential primary debate scheduled for Wednesday — again, minus Donald Trump — the young NewsNation television network will almost certainly reach the largest audience in its history. “I think it's an amazing opportunity and allows us to have more people fully sample the network and see who we are and what we're doing,” said Cherie Grzech, NewsNation's senior vice president of news and politics.
Rising from the bare expanse of the large salt desert that separates India from Pakistan is what will likely be the world's largest renewable energy project when completed three years from now. The solar and wind energy project will be so big that it will be visible from space, according to developers of what is called the Khavda renewable energy park, named after the village nearest to the project site. When completed, the project will be about as large as Singapore, spreading out over 726 square kilometers (280 square miles).
SALT LAKE CITY, December 05, 2023--Ivanti, the tech company that elevates and secures Everywhere Work, today announced the results of its Getting Employees on Board for the AI Revolution Report as part of Ivanti’s Digital Employee Experience series. While companies are racing to adopt AI, Ivanti’s research shows office workers aren't fully bought into the promise of advanced AI. Yet, companies can’t power the AI revolution without employees on board as allies.
While the fantasy football postseason begins for most leagues next week many managers are in playoff mode this weekend. No better time for Matt Harmon and Andy Behrens to introduce the 'Fantasy Playoff People's Panic Meter' this week as each provides players and teams you need to know could do you in this fantasy postseason.
Rescuers searching the hazardous slopes of Indonesia's Mount Marapi volcano found more bodies among the climbers caught by a surprise eruption two days ago, raising the number of confirmed and presumed dead to 23. More than 50 climbers were rescued after the initial eruption Sunday, and 11 others were initially confirmed dead. Another eruption Monday spewed a new burst of hot ash as high as 800 meters (2,620 feet) into the air and temporarily halted search operations.
Ukrainian aerospace group Motor Sich has little to show so far for a wartime effort to woo potential partners in the West, as it seeks new direction after it lost Russia as its biggest client and had a China tie-up blocked. The challenges facing one of Ukraine's best-known conglomerates underline how hard it is for the country's companies to expand when there are concerns over their track record on corruption and as the conflict with Russia grinds on. State-owned Motor Sich is Ukraine's main manufacturer of aircraft and helicopter engines, including for some of the world's largest cargo planes.
Heavy rains submerged roads in southern India on Tuesday, where at least nine people, including a child, were killed in the flooding and the havoc hours before a severe cyclone was due to make landfall. Cyclone Michaung is expected to hit the coast of Andhra Pradesh state around 11 a.m. local time (0530 GMT), the weather office said, gusting in with winds of up to 110 kph (70 mph). Parts of the state are expected to be pelted with more than 200 mm (8 inches) of rain over the next 24 hours, the weather office said, and at least 8,000 people have been evacuated.
STORY: Speaking to reporters at the White House, Sullivan said Israel has "indicated that there are areas where there will be 'no-strike' zones. And in those zones, we do expect Israel to follow through on not striking." At a separate media briefing, Miller said so far Israeli forces have been seen making "much more targeted requests for evacuations" before military operations compared with the earlier order for more than a million people to move in northern Gaza.Pressed on whether Israel was targeting civilians, Miller said, "I have not seen evidence that they are intentionally killing civilians. We believe that far too many civilians have been killed. But again, this goes back to the underlying problem of this entire situation, which is that Hamas has embedded itself...inside civilian homes, inside mosques, in schools, in churches."
Jake Browning threw for 354 yards and a touchdown in his second career start, and the Cincinnati Bengals stunned the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-31 in overtime Monday night. Browning also ran for a score as the Bengals (6-6) won on “Monday Night Football” for the first time since 1990 on Evan McPherson's 48-yard field goal in the extra frame. This one was shocking and potentially costly for the Jaguars (8-4), who lost quarterback Trevor Lawrence to a right ankle injury late in the fourth quarter.
A second draft of what could be the final agreement from the COP28 U.N. climate summit shows negotiators are considering calling for an "orderly and just" phase out of fossil fuels. The draft text was published by the U.N. climate body and shows the possible outcomes for talks at the COP28 summit in Dubai. The negotiations are part of the "global stocktake" process, in which nearly 200 nations are trying to agree on plans to curb rising global temperatures.
STORY: General Motors could face a big fine over an accident involving one of its Cruise robotaxis. The October incident in California saw a pedestrian dragged for 20 feet by one of the vehicles. Now the state’s Public Utilities Commission says Cruise could face fines of $1.5 million. There may be additional sanctions over the firm’s initial failure to disclose all details of the accident. Last month the agency said that Cruise took two weeks to supply the full video of the event. Separately, GM chief executive Mary Barra said Monday that the company’s review of the incident would last into the first quarter of next year. She said she was focused on “righting the ship” at the unit. But analysts say the prospect of fines and other penalties could delay efforts to rebuild trust and restart operations. Cruise suspended all driverless car trips in the U.S. following the accident. The unit’s chief executive and chief product officer both stepped down. GM says it has hired a law firm to examine management’s handling of the accident, and their response to regulators. One investor told Reuters that it would take many months to rebuild trust as resolve the issue.