Democracy Dies in Darkness
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under more pressure from strikes and demonstrations after firing his defense minister for opposing the legislation.
Even before the tornado sliced through Rolling Fork, the community had been hemorrhaging residents.
(Planet Labs PBC. NAIP imagery courtesy of the USDA Farm Service Agency)
Left: AI-generated images of hands used to be unrealistic. Right: An AI-generated image from a newer program. (Aidan Ragan/Midjourney)
Critics warn that flawless images will make deep fake-campaigns more plausible, absent glaring clues that an image is fabricated.
(Kathleen Hinkel for The Post)
Roger Sharpe’s momentous 1976 game is now the inspiration for a new movie, “Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game.” But he wanted to make sure the filmmakers got it right.
Dan Tyler hugs his daughter after picking up her prescription, which they paid for out of pocket. (Joe Buglewicz for The Post)
Youth obesity is an epidemic, but few insurers will cover expensive drugs for adolescents.
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