Business

Take-Two Interactive to Lay off 5% of Workforce

Take-Two Interactive Software the publisher behind franchises like Grand Theft Auto (GTA) and NBA 2K has unveiled a restructuring plan by laying off 5% of its workforce.

Movies and Entertainment

Tram Collision at Universal Studios Hollywood Injured 15

A tram accident at Universal Studios Hollywood on Saturday night resulted in 15 riders sustaining minor injuries. The Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the theme park shortly after 9 p.m. PT.

Politics

Rishi Sunak Passes Rwanda Bill to Send Asylum Seekers to Rwanda

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s controversial Rwanda Bill has stirred debate and international attention. Passed by the British Parliament, the legislation aims to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda while their applications are processed, in a bid to deter illegal migration across the English Channel.

Health and Fitness

Russian Food Influencer Maxim Lyutyi Jailed for Starving Newborn Son to Death

A Russian influencer, Maxim Lyutyi, has been sentenced to eight years in prison for the death of his one-month-old son, Kosmos. Lyutyi known for extreme dietary beliefs and extreme parenting methods faced the court’s judgment for the intentional infliction of serious bodily harm on his infant son.

Nature

Taiwan Hit by Over 200 Aftershocks Following Deadly Earthquake

Taiwan has hit by massive earthquake that struck the island nation more than two weeks ago. The recent tremors numbering over 200, have disrupted daily life, particularly in the eastern coastal city of Hualien. While no casualties have been reported.

Science and Space

Scientists Discover Cause of Brightest Ever Gamma-ray Burst

The cosmic phenomenon known as the BOAT, or Brightest Of All Time, has excited astronomers and astrophysicists since its discovery in 2022. A recent breakthrough, led by a team of scientists utilizing the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), shows its cause of brightest ever Gamma-ray Burst.

Food and Recipes

Russian Food Influencer Maxim Lyutyi Jailed for Starving Newborn Son to Death

A Russian influencer, Maxim Lyutyi, has been sentenced to eight years in prison for the death of his one-month-old son, Kosmos. Lyutyi known for extreme dietary beliefs and extreme parenting methods faced the court’s judgment for the intentional infliction of serious bodily harm on his infant son.

Self Improvement

Microsoft Launches Phi-3 Mini, A Lightweight AI Model

Microsoft has launched Phi-3 Mini. This AI model unveiled as part of Microsoft’s ongoing efforts to develop lighter-weight AI solutions.