A coffin being carried in Baghdad

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Which country conducted a drone strike in Baghdad that targeted a senior leader of an Iran-linked militant group?

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What action by eight employees led to their illegal termination from SpaceX, according to the National Labor Relations Board?

The eight employees were terminated for distributing a letter that criticized Elon Musk's social media comments and called for clearer and more consistent enforcement of harassment policies at SpaceX. The letter also urged SpaceX to distance itself from Musk's comments, which included mockery of sexual harassment accusations against him.

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Which accusation, often aimed at President Biden and Hunter Biden, was issued in a report released by House Democrats regarding Donald Trump's presidency?

The House Democrats' report, titled "White House For Sale," revealed that Donald Trump's businesses received at least $7.8 million from 20 foreign governments during his presidency, with most of it coming from China. Republicans argue that these payments had no influence on Trump's presidency and any profits were returned to the federal government.

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Which group has claimed responsibility for the deadly bombings in Iran this week?

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the recent bombings in Iran, which targeted a commemoration ceremony at the tomb of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani. The attack is seen as part of a resurgence for the extremist group, which had been weakened by attacks from an American-led coalition.

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According to a 2023 report by Redfin, which two cities had the highest and lowest home affordability, respectively, to the local median earner in that city?

In 2023, the housing affordability rates showed a stark contrast between Detroit and San Francisco. The definition of "affordability" in this context is housing that costs no more than 30 percent of income for a median earner. Affordability is expected to increase in 2024 as mortgage rates decrease.