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Tesla plans to lay off 10% of workforce after dismal quarterly sales, multiple news outlets report

Tesla plans to lay off 10% of workforce after dismal quarterly sales, multiple news outlets report

DETROIT (AP) — After reporting dismal first-quarter sales, Tesla is planning to lay off about a tenth of its workforce as it tries to cut costs , multiple media outlets reported Monday. CEO Elon Musk detailed the plans in a memo sent to employees.
Scientists say coral reefs around the world are experiencing mass bleaching in warming oceans

Scientists say coral reefs around the world are experiencing mass bleaching in warming oceans

Coral reefs around the world are experiencing global bleaching for the fourth time, top reef scientists declared Monday, a result of warming ocean waters amid human-caused climate change .
Your morning coffee may be hundreds of thousands of years old

Your morning coffee may be hundreds of thousands of years old

That coffee you slurped this morning? It’s 600,000 years old.
Biden administration agrees to provide $6.4 billion to Samsung for making computer chips in Texas

Biden administration agrees to provide $6.4 billion to Samsung for making computer chips in Texas

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration has reached an agreement to provide up to $6.4 billion in direct funding for Samsung Electronics to develop a computer chip manufacturing and research cluster in Texas.
AI-generated models could bring more diversity to the fashion industry - or leave it with less

AI-generated models could bring more diversity to the fashion industry - or leave it with less

CHICAGO (AP) — London-based model Alexsandrah has a twin, but not in the way you’d expect: Her counterpart is made of pixels instead of flesh and blood.
An AP photographer explains how he captured the moment of eclipse totality

An AP photographer explains how he captured the moment of eclipse totality

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (AP) — Photographer Mat Otero has been working at the AP in the Dallas bureau for nearly 30 years.
Oldest living conjoined twins, Lori and George Schappell, die at 62

Oldest living conjoined twins, Lori and George Schappell, die at 62

READING, Pa. (AP) — Conjoined twins Lori and George Schappell, who pursued separate careers, interests and relationships during lives that defied medical expectations, died this month in Pennsylvania, according to funeral home officials.
Faced with possibly paying for news, Google removes links to California news sites for some users

Faced with possibly paying for news, Google removes links to California news sites for some users

SACRAMENTO, Calif.
Dead whale in New Jersey had a fractured skull among numerous injuries, experts find

Dead whale in New Jersey had a fractured skull among numerous injuries, experts find

LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — A post-mortem examination of a whale that washed ashore on New Jersey's Long Beach Island found that the animal had sustained numerous blunt force injuries including a fractured skull and vertebrae.
House passes reauthorization of key US surveillance program after days of upheaval over changes

House passes reauthorization of key US surveillance program after days of upheaval over changes

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House voted Friday to reauthorize and reform a key U.S. government surveillance tool following a dramatic showdown on the floor over whether the FBI should be restricted from using the program to search for Americans’ data.