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House Democrats get access to Trump’s tax returns
The Treasury Department has handed House Democrats six years of former President Donald Trump's federal tax returns. The Democrat-led House Ways and Means committee had been trying for years to obtain Trump's tax returns.
Former LA police chief & councilmember sentenced for violating election laws
A former Amite City police chief and councilmember were each sentenced to a year in prison for a conspiracy to pay or offer to pay voters for voting in the Open Primary Elections and Open General Elections in 2016. Former police chief Jerry Trabona and former councilmember Kristian Hart were candidates in the 2016 election. They participated in a scheme to pay or offer to pay voters residing in Tangipahoa Parish.
Elon Musk closer to testing Neuralink device on humans
Elon Musk said at a conference that a wireless device developed by his company Neuralink is expected to begin human trials in about six months. Musk had earlier tweeted, "Neuralink is working super hard to ensure implant safety & is in close communication with the FDA. If things go well, we might be able to do initial human trials later this year."
Ukrainians continue to suffer through power outages
Ukrainian people have been suffering the worst power and water outages yet since Russian attacks damaged Ukrainian infrastructure. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated, "The electricity situation remains difficult in almost all regions. But still, we are moving away from the blackout little by little." (translated)
China eases COVID restrictions in several cities
Several cities in China are announcing an easing of lockdown restrictions, indicating a potential easing of the country's strict zero-COVID policy that recently triggered widespread protests. During a meeting with the National Health Commission, Vice Premier Sun Chunlan noted that China was entering a "new stage" in its efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Scientists build ‘baby’ wormhole, transmit message through it
On Wednesday, researchers announced they forged two mini-simulated black holes in a quantum computer and transmitted a message between them. Caltech physicist Maria Spiropulu called it a "baby wormhole" in a research article published in the journal Nature.
Danny Masterson to get a retrial
On Wednesday, LA Superior Court Judge Charlaine F. Olmedo declared a mistrial in actor Danny Masterson's rape trial. A mistrial was declared as the judge found the jurors "hopelessly deadlocked."
Pentagon claims China could have 1,500 nuclear warheads by 2035
The US Department of Defense estimates that China could have 1,500 nuclear warheads by 2035. China has stockpiled 400 nuclear warheads so far, exceeding the 2020 DoD projections which suggested the figure would be in the low-200s.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries to replace Nancy Pelosi as Democratic House leader
On Wednesday, NY Democrat Rep. Hakeem Jeffries was elected as House minority leader. Jeffries is the first Black leader of a party in Congress.
SF allows police to deploy robots that kill in extreme situations
Supervisors in San Francisco have voted 8-3 to approve a proposal allowing the city police to use remote-controlled robots equipped with explosive charges in emergencies. A limited number of high-ranking officers will be allowed to authorize the use of these robots if alternative means or de-escalation tactics to subdue a suspect fail.