BBC should be 'realistic' on licence fee - Sunak - BBC News
The PM welcomes savings at the BBC and says decisions on the fee have not been made.
US warship downs drones fired from Houthi-held Yemen in Red Sea - BBC News
Officials said the USS Carney assisted three vessels, including a British ship, that were attacked.
IMF chief makes the case for carbon pricing at COP28 climate talks
The head of the International Monetary Fund on Sunday underlined the case for carbon pricing at the COP28 climate summit.
Euro 2024 draw: Uefa investigates after sex noises disrupt broadcast - BBC Sport
Uefa says it is investigating after sex noises were transmitted during the broadcast of the Euro 2024 draw on Saturday.
Upheaval Continues at DeSantis Super PAC as Another Top Official Departs - The New York Times
The firing of the new C.E.O. creates more uncertainty at the well-funded group that has played a key role in the Florida governor’s effort to win the Republican primary.
Robotics Q&A with Meta’s Dhruv Batra | TechCrunch
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The bellwether that could determine which party has the upper hand in 2024 - POLITICO
Both parties are expected to pour resources into taking control of the House seat.
Social Security benefits for workers who have pensions may be reduced
Workers with both pensions and Social Security may have their benefits reduced. That may come as a surprise to some workers and their families.
OpenAI's GPT Store delayed to 2024 following leadership chaos | TechCrunch
OpenAI's app store for AI, the GPT Store, will not launch this year as previously announced, but rather on an unspecified date in early 2024, the company
EV startup Fisker cut its 2023 production target for the fourth time | TechCrunch
California EV startup Fisker has cut its production guidance again for 2023. The company now expects to deliver about 10,000 EVs.