Florida: Private Space Company Launches to the Moon (

A Houston-based private space exploration company, Intuitive Machines, launched its Odysseus moon lander from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida early Thursday morning. It was launched atop the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, with the company saying it detached less than an hour into the flight. New York Times (LR: 2 CP: 5)...

Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Dies in Prison (

Prominent Kremlin critic and opposition leader Alexei Navalny died Friday at age 47 in a high-security prison above the Arctic Circle, where he was serving a 19-year sentence on charges of fraud and extremism. The Yamalo-Nenets branch of the Federal Penitentiary Service confirmed the death. The Moscow Times...

Report: Israeli Intelligence Warns Hamas Will Survive Gaza War (

Israeli media reported on Thursday that Israel's military intelligence warned the country's leaders that even if the military successfully dismantles Hamas in Gaza, it will survive as "a guerrilla group.” The intelligence report also claimed that Palestinians in Gaza still have “authentic support” for Hamas. The Times of...

Google Joins Mission to Monitor Methane Emissions From Space (

Google on Wednesday announced a partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund to process methane emissions data obtained by the MethaneSAT mission. It will then map global oil and gas infrastructure to identify sources of the greenhouse gas using AI. Reuters (LR: 3 CP: 5)...

Japan Slips Into Recession, Loses Spot as World's No. 3 Economy (

The Japanese economy declined in Q4 last year due to four-decade high inflation and a weak yen despite projections of moderate growth, pushing the country into a technical recession after economic contraction was reported in two straight quarters. New York Times (LR: 2 CP: 5)...

Report: 'Safety Failures' Led to 344 Federal Inmate Deaths (

A review led by US Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz of 344 inmate deaths at US Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) facilities in the years 2014-2021 concluded "safety failures" were to blame for the deaths caused by suicide, homicide, accident, or unknown factors. US News & World Report...

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