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Researchers look at live feeds of CA mountaintops. Cal Fire, California's main firefighting agency, started using an artificial intelligence system to detect smoke from more than 1,000 camera feeds.
A person works at Ford's Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Mich. on Sept. 20, 2022. U.S. employers created 199,000 jobns last month, higher than in October, in part as UAW workers returned to work after a strike against the Big Three automakers.
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CosMc's offers a large variety of drinks — and no hamburgers. The first store testing the new McDonald's concept is opening in Bolingbrook, Ill., near Chicago.
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More than 750 Washington Post workers have agreed to walk off the job on Thursday to protest stalled contract negotiations. The company has warned of layoffs if too few staffers take voluntary buyouts.
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More than 2,400 fossil fuel representatives and lobbyists have been accredited for the U.N. climate talks in Dubai — a record. Meanwhile, negotiators are wrestling with calls to end all new oil, gas and coal projects to curb climate change.
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Sultan al-Jaber is the president of this year's climate talks and the head of the UAE's state-run oil company. Oil companies have a big platform at the climate conference, and experts say their language is important because it can make it into policy.
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Rupert Murdoch, shown in London in July 2011, sought for years to acquire full control of Sky. His British newspaper arm now faces allegations its tabloids hacked into Cabinet ministers' voice mails to pressure them to allow the deal to go through.
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The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a challenge to a deal to compensate victims of the opioid epidemic that shield the Sackler family from lawsuits.
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