Apple is bringing RCS support to iOS but you will still be green. Also, Elon Musk is a horses ass, Democrats turn on their own base, a robot is already deciding our fate, an a sorta-kinda war broke out in the past.
A lot of fire thought it was a car, Iceland is about to erupt, Tesla pissed off Swedish workers, an update on the situation in Gaza, and a worldwide milestone was crossed.
A lion went for a casual evening stroll downtown. Also, Apple settled a discrimination lawsuit, some carjackers picked the worst possible target, NYC mayor Eric Adams lost his phone to the FBI, and the beginning of the end of a famous protest.
The actors strike has concluded as SAG-AFTRA has reached a deal with employers. Also, Meta seems to be intentionally preying on minors, an airplane had less windows that most would prefer, a robo-taxi company recalled their whole fleet, and a docked ship left its mark.
We got new SPACE PICTURES. Also, some art thieves made a mess and got caught, a traffic stop escalates quickly, US election results are in, and a look at an inspiring general strike.
The stranded sheep has been saved! Also, a museum heist goes down just as you wish it would, science people did research on how your nose smells things, protests around the world call for a ceasefire, and remember to mind yourself in the King's forest.
The only good kind of law enforcement was cited by the bad kind of law enforcement. Also, corporate realtors got got, NYC's mayor is under an increasingly public investigation, the crypto golden boy was guilty on all counts, and we sent a probe to Mercury.
The United Auto Workers have some tentative big wins. Also, a shooting that thankfully did not happen, a Republican plan for aid to Israel, a headline that I truly cannot believe exists, and a couple of small-time play premieres.
A sheep is like, really really stuck. Also, Panera's lemonade may have killed someone, a ninth grader made a cancer-fighting soap, the White House has some tepid opinions on AI, and that time when Quebec nearly declared sovereignty.
An update on the dudes who stole millions of dimes back in April. Also, the United Auto Workers strike grows further, US House Republicans burn through yet another nomination, the UN Secretary General calls for a ceasefire, and a look back at those beautiful rolling hills on your desktop.