Prime Minister of Hungary

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Whose change of stance led to the authorization of a $54 billion fund to assist Ukraine in its conflict with Russia through the end of 2027?

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What action did Universal Music Group take after failed licensing negotiations with TikTok?

The Universal Music Group withdrew their music licenses from TikTok, resulting in the deletion of Universal's songs from TikTok's library and the muting of TikTok videos that used them. Universal accused TikTok of offering unsatisfactory payment and allowing the platform to be flooded with A.I.-generated recordings.

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Known for their role in Obama's actions on climate efforts, which long-serving Democratic strategist is taking over John Kerry's role as US Climate Diplomat?

John Podesta, a senior White House adviser focusing on clean energy and climate, is set to replace John Kerry. Podesta has a long history in Democratic politics, serving as a campaign manager for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential bid and as a key climate adviser to former President Barack Obama.

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Which pharmaceutical company—headquartered in Cambridge, MA—abandoned its ownership rights of the controversial Alzheimer's drug Aduhelm, amidst concerns about safety and effectiveness?

Biogen has decided to give up its ownership rights to Aduhelm. Despite the exorbitant price of $56,000 per year, Aduhelm's revenue for Biogen was only $7.8 million after a year and a half. The rights will be transferred back to the Swiss company Neurimmune.

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Despite a team of experienced journalists, millions in funding, and nonpartisan aspirations, which news website is shutting down less than a year after its launch?

After criticizing the slant of CNN and Fox News, the founder of The Messenger aimed to introduce a nonpartisan voice, but became a major bust. They raised $50 million, but quickly burned through it after hiring over 300 people and opening offices in Florida, D.C., and New York.