Trump arrives in Washington DC for his arraignment

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Yesterday, Donald Trump was arraigned in Washington D.C for a second federal indictment on charges that he tried to overturn the 2020 election. How did he plead?

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In the midst of labor negotiations, which union is pushing for a significant 40% wage increase for factory workers at major Detroit automakers like GM, Ford, and Stellantis?

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is negotiating new four-year labor agreements for approximately 150,000 hourly workers, with a Sept. 14 expiration for current contracts. Currently, unionized factory workers at the Detroit car companies start at about $18 an hour, with the top wage being around $32 an hour.

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According to a recent study examining AI-supported mammogram screening, an AI model and a radiologist outperformed two radiologists. How did AI help?

The results were in the first randomized-control trial examining AI use in identifying breast cancer. AI use detected 20% more breast cancer cases, and reduced the workload for radiologists by 44%. Notably, the use of AI did not increase false positives, which can lead to unnecessary stress and medical procedures.

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Which prominent U.S. senator's daughter now has power of attorney, filing lawsuits related to the senator’s late husband's estate and a disputed California beach house?

Dianne Feinstein's daughter, Katherine, has power of attorney for her 90-year-old mother. She filed two lawsuits on her behalf, one to sell a beach house for medical expenses and another against trustees withholding life insurance proceeds. Despite cognitive decline and calls to step down, Feinstein continues her sixth Senate term with support from aides.

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After severing ties with rapper Kanye West last October due to his antisemitic comments, how is Adidas handling proceeds from his Yeezy sneakers?

After breaking up with Kanye West, Adidas had over $1 billion of Yeezy sneaker inventory remaining. The first batch was released in June and earned $437 million, with a portion of profits donated to groups fighting antisemitism, including the Anti-Defamation League. Adidas will also include blue pins from Robert Kraft's Foundation to Combat Anti-Semitism with shoes sold in North America.