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Thursday January 5th, 2023 morning edition

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Law enforcement is raising the reward to $500,000 for any information leading to the arrest of the suspect accused of placing two pipe bombs outside Democratic and Republican national headquarters a day before Jan. 6.

Starting around 7:30 p.m. the night of Jan. 5, 2021 that hooded figured placed those pipe bombs outside the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee.

The F.B.I. is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for placing a pipe bomb in Washington D.C. Jan. 5, 2021.

The discovery of the bombs was particularly concerning because then Vice President-elect Kamala Harris had a meeting at the DNC on Jan. 6. »

Biden says Bradley Fighting Vehicles are on the table for Ukraine

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[1/4] U.S. Bradley fighting vehicles that will be deployed in Latvia for NATO's Operation Atlantic Resolve wait for an unload in Garkalne, Latvia February 8, 2017.

HEBRON, Kentucky, Jan 4 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday said that sending Bradley Fighting Vehicles to Ukraine was being considered to help the that country fight Russia's invasion.

"Yes," Biden said when asked if the option was on the table. »

BREAKING: Meta prohibited from use of personal data for advertisment

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The final decision requires that Meta may not use personal data for ads based on an alleged "contract".

Users therefore need to be provided with a yes/no ("opt-in") consent option, otherwise Meta may not use their data for personalized advertisement.

The core issue was that Meta illegally processed user data for more than four years, the DPC shielded Meta and they got voted down on the EU level.". »

Melted butter clogs historic canal and storm drains after dairy plant fire in Wisconsin

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A dairy plant caught fire in central Wisconsin on Monday night, sending the melted contents of a storage room full of butter flowing through the building as it went up in flames, local authorities said.

The runoff seeped into surrounding storm drains as well as a large canal adjacent to the business, which ultimately clogged the waterway despite crews' efforts to contain the spread, CBS Chicago reported.

Melted butter clogged a canal in central Wisconsin on Monday night, Jan. 2, after a fire broke out at a nearby dairy plant. »

How ‘The Last of Us’ Plans to Bring the Zombie Genre Back to Life

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And a computer science student named Neil Druckmann thought he had a decent idea.

“I’m an existentialist, and I think part of being human is pointing out how fucking absurd this all is,” Mazin says.

Likewise, Druckmann cannot reveal whether a rumored Part III game from Naughty Dog is coming, but says: “I think there’s more story to tell.” »