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Intuitive Machines' moon mission was a success — but it wasn't flawless // Intuitive Machines’ moon mission met its main goals, but there were significant challenges. The mission was historic but not flawless. Experts provide a nuanced take on its success.
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US Congress makes last-minute bid to avert government shutdown // The Democratic-majority U.S. Senate on Thursday aimed to pass a bill to avert a partial government shutdown, after the Republican-controlled House of Representatives approved it with less than 36 hours before funding begins to run out.
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) makes a statement to members of the news media after meeting with President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and other congressional leaders in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Leah Millis/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) makes a statement to members of the news media after meeting with President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and other congressional leaders in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Leah Millis/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaks with members of the media following a meeting at the White House and the Senate Democrats weekly policy lunch, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Nathan Howard/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaks with members of the media following a meeting at the White House and the Senate Democrats weekly policy lunch, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Nathan Howard/File Photo
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Putin warns West of risk of nuclear war, says Moscow can strike Western targets // President Vladimir Putin told Western countries on Thursday they risked provoking a nuclear war if they sent troops to fight in Ukraine, warning that Moscow had the weapons to strike targets in the West.
Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual address to the Federal Assembly, in Moscow, Russia, February 29, 2024. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina
Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual address to the Federal Assembly, in Moscow, Russia, February 29, 2024. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina
Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual address to the Federal Assembly, in Moscow, Russia, February 29, 2024. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina
Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual address to the Federal Assembly, in Moscow, Russia, February 29, 2024. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina
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Intuitive Machines looks to extend life of Houston-made moon lander // Intuitive Machines overcame nearly a dozen major challenges to touch down near the moon’s South Pole last week. Now, after sending home photos and collecting data, the Houston company is hoping to put its spacecraft to bed and reawaken it after two to three weeks of a cold lunar night – providing additional data not in the original mission plan.
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Idaho halts execution attempt after failing to find prisoner's vein // Idaho botched its attempt to execute a 73-year-old prisoner on Wednesday, abandoning the lethal injection and sending the convicted murderer back to his cell after repeatedly failing to find a suitable vein, officials said.
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US Supreme Court to decide Trump criminal immunity claim in 2020 election case // The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to decide Donald Trump's claim of immunity from prosecution for trying to overturn his 2020 election loss, giving him a boost as he tries to delay criminal prosecutions while running to regain the presidency.
FILE PHOTO: Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attends a rally in advance of the New Hampshire primary election in Laconia, New Hampshire, U.S. January 22, 2024. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attends a rally in advance of the New Hampshire primary election in Laconia, New Hampshire, U.S. January 22, 2024. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the 2024 National Religious Broadcasters Association International Christian Media Convention, as part of the NRB Presidential Forum in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., February 22, 2024. REUTERS/Seth Herald
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the 2024 National Religious Broadcasters Association International Christian Media Convention, as part of the NRB Presidential Forum in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., February 22, 2024. REUTERS/Seth Herald
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McConnell to step down as Senate Republican leader in November -AP // Top U.S. Senate Republican Mitch McConnell said on Wednesday he will step down this year from his leadership role, ending a record-setting tenure and ceding more influence to Donald Trump and the hardliners who have come to define the party.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) listens to a question from a reporter following a meeting at the White House and the Senate Republicans weekly policy lunch at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) listens to a question from a reporter following a meeting at the White House and the Senate Republicans weekly policy lunch at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) returns to his office after announcing earlier in the day that he will step down this year from his leadership role, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) returns to his office after announcing earlier in the day that he will step down this year from his leadership role, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) walks to the Senate floor after announcing earlier in the day that he will step down this year from his leadership role, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) walks to the Senate floor after announcing earlier in the day that he will step down this year from his leadership role, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) returns to his office after announcing earlier in the day that he will step down this year from his leadership role, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) returns to his office after announcing earlier in the day that he will step down this year from his leadership role, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
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Americans brace for more extreme weather as winter's bite returns // A third of the United States faced the threat of severe weather on Wednesday as strong winds, snow and tornadoes threatened the Southeast, Ohio Valley and East Coast, while a fierce winter storm bore down on the Northwest.
FILE PHOTO: A person walks with a dog near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: A person walks with a dog near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio/File Photo
A woman walks along a road under construction near the Kennedy Center, on a rainy morning in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
A woman walks along a road under construction near the Kennedy Center, on a rainy morning in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
Ice and snow drifts cover the water near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Ice and snow drifts cover the water near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Ice and snow drifts cover the water near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Ice and snow drifts cover the water near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
A ship passes beneath the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
A ship passes beneath the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
A drone view shows ice formations near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
A drone view shows ice formations near the Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron in Mackinaw City, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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US Senate Democrats to try to pass bill protecting in vitro fertilization // Democrats on Wednesday failed in an attempt to rush legislation through the U.S. Senate guaranteeing Americans' access to in vitro fertilization and other assisted reproductive technologies, after an Alabama court designated frozen embryos as children.
FILE PHOTO: Senator Tammy Duckworth participates in a virtual townhall event to address different care policies in the Build Back Better Agenda at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Senator Tammy Duckworth participates in a virtual townhall event to address different care policies in the Build Back Better Agenda at the White House in Washington, U.S., October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/File Photo
Supporters of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments hold a rally at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Supporters of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments hold a rally at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Supporters of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments Kimberly Godwin and Jessica Godwin prepare to lobby lawmakers at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Supporters of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments Kimberly Godwin and Jessica Godwin prepare to lobby lawmakers at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Supporters gather to watch a hearing regarding legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Supporters gather to watch a hearing regarding legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Nina Ojeda and Sarah Craites sit as they gather in support of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Nina Ojeda and Sarah Craites sit as they gather in support of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Supporters of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments gather at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
Supporters of legislation safeguarding in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments gather at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Alabama, U.S. February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Julie Bennett
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US president's son Hunter Biden to testify to Republicans' impeachment probe // U.S. President Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden struck a defiant tone on Wednesday at a Republican-led House of Representatives impeachment inquiry into his father, calling it a "baseless" partisan pursuit against his family.
FILE PHOTO: Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, is seen as he makes a surprise appearance at a House Oversight Committee markup and meeting to vote on whether to hold Biden in contempt of Congress for failing to respond to a request to testify to the House last month, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., January 10, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, is seen as he makes a surprise appearance at a House Oversight Committee markup and meeting to vote on whether to hold Biden in contempt of Congress for failing to respond to a request to testify to the House last month, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., January 10, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo
Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, arrives for a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, arrives for a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, arrives for a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, arrives for a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, arrives for a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, arrives for a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) arrives for a closed deposition with Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, and members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) arrives for a closed deposition with Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, and members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
Ranking Member U.S. Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) walks outside during a break as Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, attends a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
Ranking Member U.S. Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) walks outside during a break as Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, attends a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
U.S. Rep. Dan Goldman (D-NY) speaks to the media during a break as Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, attends a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
U.S. Rep. Dan Goldman (D-NY) speaks to the media during a break as Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, attends a closed deposition with members of the Republican-led House Oversight Committee conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president, at the O'Neill House Office Building in Washington, U.S., February 28, 2024. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Trump wins Michigan primary, Edison Research projects // U.S. former President Donald Trump easily won the Republican presidential primary in Michigan on Tuesday, further strengthening his grip on the party’s White House nomination while Nikki Haley, his last remaining rival, came in a distant second, Edison Research projected.
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) annual meeting in National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 24, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump arrives at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) annual meeting in National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 24, 2024. REUTERS/Elizabeth Frantz
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Biden should drop out! No, he shouldn’t! Debate rages. // With no major challenger for his party’s nomination, President Joe Biden might have expected to be coasting through the primary season right now. Instead, he’s facing loud calls from various thought leaders – including prominent liberals – to drop out of the 2024 race, either soon or at the summer convention. As these critics see it, Mr. Biden, at age 81, is too old – and more important, looks and sounds it – and is in real danger of losing to the likely Republican nominee, former President Donald Trump. The polls suggest as much. Some add that while Mr. Biden has a solid record to run on, it’s time to pass the torch to the next generation of Democratic leaders.
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Biden: Israel agrees to halt military activity in Gaza during Ramadan // U.S. President Joe Biden said Israel has agreed not to engage in military activities during Ramadan in Gaza, where it is at war with Hamas militants, and said the Jewish state risked losing support from the rest of the world as Palestinians die in high numbers.
U.S. President Joe Biden looks on as him and Vice President Kamala Harris (not pictured) meet with congressional leaders in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Leah Millis
U.S. President Joe Biden looks on as him and Vice President Kamala Harris (not pictured) meet with congressional leaders in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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Intuitive Machines says Odysseus lander likely has 10 to 20 hours of life left // Odysseus, the first U.S. spacecraft to land on the moon since 1972, neared the end of its fifth day on the lunar surface still operational, but with its battery in its final hours before the vehicle is expected to go dark, according to flight controllers.
FILE PHOTO: Intuitive Machines' Odysseus lunar lander captures a wide field of view image of Schomberger crater on the Moon, in this handout picture released February 23, 2024. Intuitive Machines/Handout via REUTERS
FILE PHOTO: Intuitive Machines' Odysseus lunar lander captures a wide field of view image of Schomberger crater on the Moon, in this handout picture released February 23, 2024. Intuitive Machines/Handout via REUTERS
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Biden faces protest vote over Gaza in Michigan; polls show Trump beating Haley // U.S. President Joe Biden easily won the Democratic presidential primary in Michigan on Tuesday, but a protest vote by Democrats angry over his support for Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza exceeded organizers' expectations.
FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Joe Biden meets with autoworkers after the United Auto Workers (UAW) union recently endorsed his reelection bid, at the UAW Region 1 George Merrelli Technical Training Center in Warren, in the Detroit metro area, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Joe Biden meets with autoworkers after the United Auto Workers (UAW) union recently endorsed his reelection bid, at the UAW Region 1 George Merrelli Technical Training Center in Warren, in the Detroit metro area, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Supporters of the campaign to vote "Uncommitted" hold a rally in support of Palestinians in Gaza, ahead of Michigan?s Democratic presidential primary election in Hamtramck, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Supporters of the campaign to vote "Uncommitted" hold a rally in support of Palestinians in Gaza, ahead of Michigan?s Democratic presidential primary election in Hamtramck, Michigan, U.S. February 25, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Former U.S. President Donald Trump attends a campaign event in Waterford Township, Michigan, U.S., February 17, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Former U.S. President Donald Trump attends a campaign event in Waterford Township, Michigan, U.S., February 17, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley hosts a campaign event in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S. February 26, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley hosts a campaign event in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S. February 26, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio/File Photo
Aisha Ali-Dayfalla Abdo shows her 'I voted' sticker after voting uncommitted as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Aisha Ali-Dayfalla Abdo shows her 'I voted' sticker after voting uncommitted as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Saeed Sharif and his wife Aisha show their 'I voted' stickers after voting uncommitted as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Saeed Sharif and his wife Aisha show their 'I voted' stickers after voting uncommitted as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Saeed Sharif and his wife Aisha show their 'I voted' stickers after voting uncommitted as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Saeed Sharif and his wife Aisha show their 'I voted' stickers after voting uncommitted as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
People arrive to vote, as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, at Ionia Township Hall in Ionia, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
People arrive to vote, as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, at Ionia Township Hall in Ionia, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Election inspectors Ella Cusack and Mackenzie Waters wait for voters, as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, at Ionia Township Hall in Ionia, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Election inspectors Ella Cusack and Mackenzie Waters wait for voters, as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, at Ionia Township Hall in Ionia, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Election workers process mail in ballots for tabulation as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Election workers process mail in ballots for tabulation as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Election workers process mail in ballots or tabulation as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Election workers process mail in ballots or tabulation as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Activist Natalia Latif tapes a Vote Uncommitted sign on the speaker's podium during an Election night gathering as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
Activist Natalia Latif tapes a Vote Uncommitted sign on the speaker's podium during an Election night gathering as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
A mural with the image of Martin Luther King Jr. is seen at a voting site as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Dieu-Nalio Chery
A mural with the image of Martin Luther King Jr. is seen at a voting site as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Dieu-Nalio Chery
U.S. President Joe Biden looks on as him and Vice President Kamala Harris (not pictured) meet with congressional leaders in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Leah Millis
U.S. President Joe Biden looks on as him and Vice President Kamala Harris (not pictured) meet with congressional leaders in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Leah Millis
A woman inserts her ballot into a tabulator at a voting site as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Dieu-Nalio Chery
A woman inserts her ballot into a tabulator at a voting site as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Dieu-Nalio Chery
A man votes, as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, at the Sunfield Fire Barn in Sunfield, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
A man votes, as Democrats and Republicans hold their Michigan primary presidential election, at the Sunfield Fire Barn in Sunfield, Michigan, U.S. February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
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Biden says Israel agrees to stop Gaza attacks for Ramadan as Hamas mulls draft truce proposal // Israel and Hamas as well as Qatari mediators all sounded notes of caution on Tuesday about progress towards a truce in Gaza, after U.S. President Joe Biden said he believed a ceasefire could be reached in under a week to halt the war for Ramadan.
An Israeli tank returns from the southern Gaza strip, in southern Israel, February 26, 2024. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
An Israeli tank returns from the southern Gaza strip, in southern Israel, February 26, 2024. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
U.S. President Joe Biden departs for New York from the White House in Washington, U.S., February 26, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
U.S. President Joe Biden departs for New York from the White House in Washington, U.S., February 26, 2024. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
A child sits, as displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses due to Israeli strikes, shelter at a tent camp, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
A child sits, as displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses due to Israeli strikes, shelter at a tent camp, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
Displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses due to Israeli strikes, shelter at a tent camp, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
Displaced Palestinians, who fled their houses due to Israeli strikes, shelter at a tent camp, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli strike on a house, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli strike on a house, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 27, 2024. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
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Starship Investigation // The FAA has closed its investigation into the second Starship flight which ended with both the booster and the Starship exploding after separation. The FAA says 17 corrective actions were ordered which include some redesign. Seven of the actions involve the booster, 10 for the Starship itself. SpaceX says it is already/or has already implemented changes for its third flight. All the changes have to be in place before @spacex can receive a license for a third flight.
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Silver lining: The U.S. workforce has more employees over 65 than ever before and it could mean great things for the bottom line // In my latest feature, Ilooked at the importance of attaining and retaining older workers. A Pew Research survey found nearly a fifth of Americans age 65 and older were employed in 2023, nearly double the three decades prior. This marks an unprecedented time for most workplaces, where the presence of retirement-age workers used to be rare. However, given the current U.S. labor shortage, it could be a win-win for those older workers and their employers alike. As the pool of older workers grows, so does the evidence that their presence on multigenerational teams can boost a company’s bottom line, foster innovation, and help combat widespread burnout. In the war for talent, employers must implement novel ways to integrate and engage both longtime and new cohorts of experienced workers.
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Family leaders and fighters, Israeli women rise to war’s challenges // Mother, sister, survivor, peacemaker, healer, soldier – Israeli women are playing many roles in the Israel-Hamas war, with their country requiring more from them than ever. Just as Palestinian women are carrying an outsize burden in the besieged Gaza Strip, so, too, are women in Israel, who are fighting in the army, taking care of displaced people, and pushing for justice or freedom for those killed or captured.
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‘This is exclusion’: Florida law restricts hiring of researchers from seven countries //
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