Biden and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

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As an incentive to normalize Saudi Arabia’s relations with Israel, the Biden administration is exploring this potential agreement with the kingdom, despite a goal to shift U.S. military resources away from the Middle East.

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In the recent lawsuit filed by the bankrupt FTX cryptocurrency exchange, who are accused of using their personal access to the company’s leadership to siphon millions of dollars?

The lawsuit alleges that Joe Bankman and Barbara Fried, parents of FTX's founder and Stanford law professors, used their positions within the company to gain financially. This includes receiving a $10 million cash gift and a $16.4 million home in the Bahamas. The lawsuit also claims that they were involved in covering up complaints and evading disclosure requirements.

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Which state, home of the Wright Brothers and known for its contributions to aviation, recently announced a partnership with Joby Aviation to manufacture its electric planes?

Ohio is taking another step in aviation by partnering with Joby Aviation Inc. to manufacture electric planes. These planes are designed to take off and land vertically, marking a significant advancement towards the future of air taxis. The production aircraft is expected to transport a pilot and four passengers at speeds of up to 200 miles per hour, with a maximum range of 100 miles starting in 2025.

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The anti-affirmative action group Students for Fair Admissions has filed a lawsuit against this institution, which was exempt in the recent Supreme Court ruling prohibiting race-conscious admissions.

Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) has filed a lawsuit against West Point Military Academy, arguing that it should not be exempt from the Supreme Court ruling. The Supreme Court opinion in June stated that race-based admissions at military academies “further compelling interests.”

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As Disney's film and TV divisions face uncertainty, where is the company planning to invest $60 billion over the next decade, incorporating its popular I.P. in new ways?

Despite concerns about the capacity of Disneyland and legal disputes in Florida, Disney sees significant potential in expanding its parks and cruise line as indicated by a security filing made yesterday. The investment is double the amount spent in the last decade, which saw the opening of Shanghai Disney Resort, the expansion of the cruise line, and the addition of rides based on popular franchises like “Star Wars,” Spider-Man,” and more.