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Brittany Greeson for The New York Times

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Today, the United Auto Workers (UAW) began a historic labor action—the first simultaneous strike against the Detroit Three carmakers. Which of the following are part of the union’s demands?

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Yesterday, Hunter Biden was indicted on federal firearm charges. What accusation did the indictment include?

Hunter Biden was charged with making a false statement in the purchase of a firearm, making a false statement related to information required to be kept by a federal firearms licensed dealer, and possession of a firearm by a person who is an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance. He has acknowledged being addicted to crack cocaine during the 2018 period of the gun purchase.

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Riding the AI wave, this company had what is expected to be the largest initial public offering (IPO) of the year, seeing a 25% rise in its Nasdaq debut.

British chip company Arm saw a 25% rise in its Nasdaq debut, making it the most significant IPO of the year. The company sold its shares at $51 each, and on the first day of trading, it was valued at almost $60 billion. SoftBank, which took the company private in 2016, still holds about 90% of Arm’s stock.

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Based on recent research by MIT, which surprising location was found to foster the most interaction among Americans from different socioeconomic backgrounds?

The study found that chain restaurants like Olive Garden, Chili's, and Applebee's serve as social hubs, bringing together Americans from different socioeconomic backgrounds. Religious organizations and schools tend to have more seclusion. The study also revealed that inter-class friendships are more predictive of upward mobility than membership in civic organizations or volunteering. Despite some municipal governments trying to prevent chain restaurants from moving in, their popularity among Americans remains high.

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Residents of a German town are building this public artwork one block at a time, and it won't be completed until 3183 A.D.

The Wemding Time Pyramid, proposed by Manfred Laber, is a unique public art project in Wemding, Germany. The community adds a concrete block to the pyramid every decade, a process that will continue until 3183 A.D. The project was initiated in 1993 to celebrate Wemding's 1,200-year anniversary.