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Past articles by Matthew:

A billionaire donor gave $535,200 to Herschel Walker for his senate campaign, but it went to his personal company instead: report

The billionaire donor, who was a friend of Walker's, thought the money was going to Walker's senate campaign, per a Daily Beast report. → Read More

Matt Gaetz says AOC is 'wrong a lot' but 'she's not corrupt' as the pair joined forces to block Congress from trading stocks

Gaetz and Ocasio-Cortez joined forces on Tuesday to introduce a new bill aimed at barring members of Congress and their spouses from trading stocks. → Read More

Russia's foreign minister joins Tucker Carlson's Kremlin fanbase, blasting the TV host's ousting as an offense to freedom of speech

"The First Amendment of the United States Constitution apparently means nothing in practice," Lavrov said. → Read More

Nikki Haley mocked Joe Biden for his age, predicting that he'll die in 5 years and won't live to see the end of a second term

Haley predicted that Biden won't live until 86, and that his supporters will have to count on Vice President Kamala Harris taking over. → Read More

Hours from his own arraignment, Trump says Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg should 'INDICT HIMSELF'

Trump, who is expected to surrender on Tuesday, accused Bragg of leaking information to the press, saying Bragg "MUST BE IMMEDIATELY INDICTED." → Read More

A young man sold calendars with yellow duck cartoons in Thailand. He got 2 years in prison for insulting the king.

Prosecutors said the cartoons, including one of a duck wearing a crop top, were satirical references to King Rama X. → Read More

North Korea is banning girls from having the same name as Kim Jong Un's daughter, report says

We still don't know if this means the girl will succeed Kim, but it shows how he wants the world to see her, Rand analyst Soo Kim told Insider. → Read More

Microsoft plans to start using AI tech to write emails for salespeople, and it's not hard to see why

Insider tested ChatGPT to see how it deals with emails from inquiring customers and angry clients, and asked the AI to write a sales proposal. → Read More

Why 'nobody's visiting relatives in 20 years' is trending in China, on the heels of the country's biggest holiday

Weibo users are predicting that families will stop gathering during the Lunar New Year in 20 years, and mourning the perceived loss of the tradition. → Read More

Japan is paying families $7,700 per child to move out of Tokyo as the country battles population decline

The new incentive comes on top of the $23,000 Japanese families can receive if they start a business or work in a small company while relocating. → Read More

Xi Jinping is 'preparing the Chinese people for war,' Trump-era National Security Adviser says

Retired Lt. Gen. McMaster said Xi has "made quite clear" from his recent statements that he is preparing to move against Taiwan. → Read More

Twitter's trust and safety team sent Elon Musk a 7-page list of the risks with his paid verification system, and he launched it anyway: report

Twitter's team warned Musk a week before launch that impersonation issues would arise from selling $8 verified checkmarks, Platformer reported. → Read More

Mitt Romney said Trump running for president in 2024 is 'like the aging pitcher who keeps losing games'

"And I know there's some fans that love him, but it's time for him to get off the mound, because we have a real strong bench," Romney said. → Read More

The Federal Trade Commission says it is tracking Elon Musk's Twitter 'with deep concern' as top privacy execs quit

The resigning execs were likely in charge of a security and privacy program Twitter agreed to keep after it was fined $150 million by the FTC. → Read More

Elon Musk failed to give laid-off Twitter employees previously promised severance packages, lawsuit alleges

Previous management told employees that they would keep the same severance benefits after Elon Musk bought Twitter, the lawsuit alleges. → Read More

iPhone maker Foxconn is raising wages in a scramble to lure back workers fleeing draconian COVID restrictions: reports

Foxconn is raising wages ahead of Apple's crucial holiday season. The mass exodus could impact Apple's November output by almost 30%, per Reuters. → Read More

'Stop the Steal' leader Ali Alexander calls for a military coup in Brazil to intervene in its presidential election after Jair Bolsonaro's defeat

There are concerns that Bolsonaro, a close Trump ally, will throw his full weight behind election fraud claims, just like the former US president did. → Read More

The head of the ADL slams Trump's comments as 'disgusting' after the former president said American Jews 'have to get their act together'

The American Jewish Committee also criticized Trump's post, calling it an attempt to lecture US Jews and "draw baseless judgments" about their relationship with Israel. → Read More

Why the CEO of Binance, the world's biggest crypto exchange, doesn't give his employees verbal compliments

"If you do something well, you may hear from others: 'good job, great work, etc.' Probably not so much from me," Changpeng Zhao wrote. → Read More

Labor board rejects Amazon's push to overturn its workers' historic union victory

All 25 of Amazon's objections to the workers' vote are to be "overruled in their entirety," an NLRB hearing officer wrote in their report. → Read More