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Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Angelica Miller, a 31-year-old recruiter from Arizona who was recently laid off. I knew that being a single mom would be tough, but I was determined to create a stable home for my son no matter what. I'd been working as a recruiter for an equipment rental company for only a few months when I found out I was pregnant, and I was grateful that they were so supportive. AdvertisementI was absolutely devastated when I was laid offOne morning, my boss pinged me to have a quick chat. If you were unexpectedly laid off and want to share your story, please email Tess Martinelli at
Persons: , Angelica Miller, It's, he'd, I'd, pinged, Tess Martinelli Organizations: Service, Business, LinkedIn Locations: Arizona,
“I was like, ‘Okay, let’s see what the guys look like in Vienna,’” Carter recalls. “If I’m going to meet up with this guy, I should FaceTime him to make sure he’s real,” she thought. “I was thinking, ‘This is either going to go really good or really bad,’” Carter recalls. “It went from zero to 100, really, really quick, in terms of comfort. And either I’m going to have to move here, or he’s going to have to move to America.
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The winger was named captain for the U.S. men’s national team’s opening game against Bolivia at the 2024 Copa America. Pulisic sprinted to the sideline looking for someone in the crowd until he finally found USMNT set piece coach Gianni Vio. This U.S. team needs Pulisic to be a game-changer if they are going to make a run in the tournament. PULISIC WHAT A GOAL 😱🔥 WHAT A START FOR THE @USMNT 🇺🇸 — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 23, 2024Pulisic also set up the second goal. Balogun set himself and arrowed a precise left-footed strike beyond Guillermo Viscarra and into the corner of the net.
Persons: Pulisic, Tim Weah, , Weah, Gianni, ove at th, dou, inge, Gregg Berha, Adams, ince, Reyna ’ s honor, ake, ss end., the r, ory, out g, nic, alo, liv, John T Organizations: Copa America, The Athletic, U.S, Bolivia, America, unt, emi Locations: U.S, osh, goa
Junior Geneus Bazile, 29, of Fort Lauderdale has been charged with grand theft in the third degree. Paola Garcia told CNN affiliate WPLG in Miami that she usually takes her suitcase onboard, but this time, she was told she had to check it. In her WPLG interview, Garcia said that Spirit Airlines told her that her luggage had been sent to her house. Garcia told WPLG that she dialed 911. A WPLG video shows pictures of a man holding a plastic bag containing a pink suitcase and holding a laptop.
Persons: Geneus, Paola Garcia, Garcia, WPLG, , Bazile, Paradies, ” CNN’s Melissa Alonso Organizations: CNN, Hollywood International Airport, Spirit Airlines, WPLG, Apple, Apple Watch, Broward County Sheriff’s, Fort Lauderdale Police Department Locations: Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Belize
Work is part of our identity here in a way that people from other countries find at turns fascinating and pathological. The bill would aim to ensure that people aren’t pinged with work emails, texts or calls outside their established work hours, with notable exceptions for emergencies or scheduling issues. If the boss intrudes on your non-work window three times, you can report them and the state could impose fines starting at $100. No one likes pausing Succession to respond to a 9pm request, but the guilt of ignoring it and wondering whether your boss will be mad at you is also, like, not fun. A historically tight labor market has given workers more leverage to negotiate their pay, hours and working conditions.
Persons: CNN Business ’, they’re, , Matt Haney, “ Workers shouldn’t, intrudes, Mike Solana, Ashley Herd, Herd, Haney, FDR, , there’s, she’s, ” Herd, , Jeanne Sahadi Organizations: CNN Business, New York CNN, Lawmakers, State Assembly, “ Workers, Nanny, Fund, Pew, Fair Labor, Act Locations: New York, France, California, Australia, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, “ california
The rise of the job-search bots
  + stars: | 2024-03-05 | by ( Aki Ito | )   time to read: +18 min
Unlike the other bots, which ingested job openings into their own sites, LazyApply submitted applications via external job boards. AdvertisementUnlike the other bots, LazyApply did all the applying in real time, right in front of my eyes. Hugo Herrera for BISo far, though, it looks like the arrival of job bots is only making the problem worse. But the job bots at LazyApply and other services never get tired. Still, I came away from my time among the job-search bots feeling the way I do about much of AI.
Persons: they're, hadn't, Sonara, Hugo Herrera, LazyApply, American Aki, Aki Ito, Carlson, Boston Globe —, CareerBuilder, Tony Riggins, I've, Teal, Marc Cenedella, Cenedella, John Henry, , didn't, it's, Bob, you'd, Emily Lamia, Lamia, she's, underpaid Organizations: BI, AK, Boston Globe, Employers, Bloomberg, The Boston Globe, Facebook, YouTube, Business Locations: America, American, That's
The education community — students, teachers, parents, staff and those connected to all of them — are barraged with threats to their physical safety. Now, they're also increasingly dealing with the kind of threats that don't take lives but impact them nonetheless. Schools are "definitely not funded enough to support cyber warfare," said Josh Heller, supervisor of information security engineering at Digi International. Penn Manor School District has 5,500 students who collectively generate more than two million individual data points in the core student management system alone. Going after a student's spotless creditCybercriminals seeking ransom payouts or identity thieves going after a student's spotless credit can gain access to identifying information, assessments, assignments, grades, homework, health records, attendance history, discipline records, special education records, home communications and more.
Persons: they're, Charlie Reisinger, Josh Heller, Reisinger, Heller, Warren Young, Young Organizations: Penn Manor School District, Millersville University of Pennsylvania's, Digi International, U.S . Senate, Pennsylvania School, Absolute Software Locations: Lancaster County, Penn, U.S
Kohlhepp pleaded guilty in 2017 to killing seven people — three on his property in Spartanburg County and four others about 12 years earlier at a motorcycle shop. Political Cartoons View All 1274 ImagesTo obtain his guns, Kohlhepp used Dustan Lawson to make a straw purchase. In his interviews with deputies, Kohlhepp called Lawson a “32-year-old lazy kid who never had a daddy." A deputy asked if Lawson bought Kohlhepp's guns. Kohlhepp then confessed to killing the owner of the Superbike motorcycle shop and three employees in November 2003 because he thought they made fun of him, authorities said.
Persons: couldn't, Todd Kohlhepp, Kohlhepp, Dustan Lawson, Lawson, ” Kohlhepp, Kohlkhepp Organizations: COLUMBIA, South, Sports, . Academy Sports, Authorities, Academy Sports, Superbike Locations: South Carolina, Spartanburg County, Arizona
VCs threatened to sue OpenAI's board, and some jockeyed to get in on whatever new situation might replace the fizzled startup. And in OpenAI's case, Altman was brought back as CEO and all the employees stayed. AdvertisementUntil this moment, the consensus was that Altman came through this crisis looking even more powerful and crucial to OpenAI's future. 'The company will be totally fine without me'Silicon Valley just realized that the fate of the world's most important AI company rested in the hands of just one person. The startup's near-death experience unsettled the companies and developers that have come to rely on OpenAI's artificial intelligence platform.
Persons: OpenAI, Altman, , Sam Altman, VCs, OpenAI's, Wesley Chan, Claude, Guillermo Rauch, Rauch, pinged Rauch, , Bret Taylor, Madeline Renbarger Organizations: Service, Microsoft, FDIC, FPV Ventures, Google, Services Locations: Silicon Valley, It's
Sam Altman was forced out of his position as the CEO of OpenAI on Friday. The announcement kicked off a weekend of chaos involving Altman, Microsoft, and the firm behind ChatGPT. AdvertisementOn Friday afternoon, the tech world reverberated with news that Sam Altman was being pushed out as the CEO of OpenAI, the artificial intelligence firm behind ChatGPT. Why is it so important that OpenAI and Microsoft figure it all out? To back up: Since 2019, Microsoft and OpenAI, which was founded as a nonprofit dedicated to artificial intelligence research, have worked together.
Persons: Sam Altman, Altman, , Greg Brockman, Brockman, ChatGPT, Satya Nadella, openai, Claude, Bard Organizations: Microsoft, Service, OpenAI, microsoft, Canva, JetBlue Locations: ChatGPT
Doan scored the fifth four minutes from time with a cool finish as the Japanese made light work of their visitors. Australia were also untroubled as they completed a 7-0 demolition of Bangladesh in Group I with Jamie Maclaren stepping off the bench to score a second half hat-trick. Maclaren did all the damage in the second half, scoring from a Jordan Bos cross shortly after the restart before pouncing again in the 70th when a Massimo Luongo shot pinged off goalkeeper Mitul Marma. The South Koreans, meanwhile, scored four times in the second half to hand Singapore a 5-0 defeat at Seoul World Cup Stadium, with captain Son Heung-min among the scorers. Cho Gue-sung put Juergen Klinsmann's team in front a minute before the halftime break and Hwang Hee-chan added the second four minutes into the second half.
Persons: Japan's Ayase Ueda, Hajime Moriyasu, Ueda, Takumi Minamino's lofted, Daichi Kamada, dink, Doan, Jamie Maclaren, Mitchell Duke, Harry Souttar, Brandon Borrello, Duke, Maclaren, Jordan Bos, pouncing, Massimo Luongo, pinged, Mitul Marma, Lewis Miller, Son Heung, Cho Gue, Juergen, Hwang Hee, Hwang Ui, Lee Kang, Michael Church, Ian Ransom, Ken Ferris Organizations: Myanmar, Suita, 183rd, Melbourne, South, Seoul, Thomson Locations: OSAKA, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Syria, Jeddah, Osaka, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Singapore, Korea
MELBOURNE, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Australia kicked off Asia's second round of World Cup qualifying with a 7-0 demolition of Bangladesh on Thursday as Graham Arnold celebrated a record 59th 'A' international as Socceroos coach. "Overall it was a good performance but I think we still need to be a bit more ruthless in front of goal," Arnold told reporters. Australia face Palestine in Kuwait next week, their next step on the road to the 2026 finals in North America. Thursday's match also marked the 50th anniversary of Australia sealing qualification for the 1974 World Cup, the nation's first appearance at the global showpiece. Australia are bidding to qualify for the World Cup for the seventh time, and sixth time in succession, having reached the round of 16 at last year's tournament in Qatar.
Persons: Graham Arnold, Jamie Maclaren, Mitchell Duke, Arnold, Harry, Craig Goodwin, Brandon Borrello, Connor Metcalfe, Mitul Marma, Duke, Metcalfe, Borrello, Maclaren, Jordan Bos, pouncing, Massimo Luongo, pinged, Lewis Miller, Kusini Yengi, Luongo, Aiden O’Neill, Frank Farina, Ian Ransom, Andrew Heavens, Toby Davis Organizations: MELBOURNE, Socceroos, 183rd, Melbourne, Thomson Locations: Australia, Bangladesh, Palestine, Kuwait, North America, Qatar, Melbourne
CNN —The last place Madeline Robson expected to meet her future husband was her friend’s bachelorette party. But afterwards, she’d be more flexible, and as the December date approached, Madeline started considering what she might do next. “I think a product of that is that I never really felt super settled in Malmö in the first year,” she says. It’s really, really cool. “It’s really, really cool.”
Persons: Madeline Robson, , ” Madeline, Madeline, , , who’d, – they’d, absentmindedly, Sebastian Mamet, ” Sebastian, He’d, Sebastian, he’d, “ We’re, ’ ”, Madeline oscillated, you’ve, Sebastian doesn’t, She’d, she’d, Madeline didn’t, “ It’s, Fotograf Johanna Ellen, @fotografjohannaellen, Let’s, It’s, Madeline Robson Madeline, she’ll, he’s, she’s Organizations: CNN, CNN Travel, Copenhagen, Nordic Locations: Ontario, Canada, New Orleans, Bourbon, Sweden, Orleans, , Madeline, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Niagara, Helsingborg, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Prague, Denmark, Swedish, Malmö, , Madeline’s, Scandinavia
If you go to the dressing room now, it’s incredible how they’re celebrating," Vilda told reporters. "We have the final in front of us, we’re going to Sydney tomorrow and we want to win." Sweden kept up the heat after the break but Paralluelo, named player of the match, wrested back the momentum for the Spaniards. Eleven minutes later Paralluelo pounced again on a poor clearance, thumping home into the right corner to send Spanish fans into delirium. The ball bounced down over the line, giving Spain a chance to create more history at their breakout World Cup.
Persons: Spain's Olga Carmona, Teresa Abelleira, Hannah Mckay AUCKLAND, Olga Carmona, Carmona's, Rebecka Blomqvist, Salma Paralluelo, Jorge Vilda, Roja, Vilda, Peter Gerhardsson's, Magdalena Eriksson, Alexia Putellas, Carmona, Nathalie Bjorn, Cata Coll, Redondo, pounced, Lina Hurtig, Zecira Musovic, Gerhardsson, Ian Ransom, Peter Rutherford Organizations: Soccer Football, FIFA, Sweden, Spain, Paralluelo, Alba Redondo, Zealand, Thomson Locations: New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Eden, Auckland , New Zealand, Netherlands, Sydney, Australia, England, Peter Gerhardsson's Sweden, France, Swedish, Melbourne
The healthcare startup January uses CGMs and AI to monitor glucose levels, exercise, and sleep. I have low blood sugar, and January used machine learning to coach me to healthier habits. Low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, is less common than high blood sugar, or hyperglycemia. Samantha Stokes/InsiderAt the end of January's AI training, I unlocked a suite of tools to track my food, exercise, blood sugar, and more. But January encouraged me to take a short walk after eating, which can help moderate glucose levels following a meal.
Persons: Marc Benioff, they're, Noosheen Hashemi, Hashemi, Marissa Mayer, Samantha Stokes, Mike Snyder, Insider's, What's, I've, CGM, didn't, Jesus Weligsander Perez Organizations: Felicis Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, Apple Watch, Drug Administration, Stanford Medicine, Pace Locations: That's, SignalFire, Mount Sinai
"We went to extra time, but the team kept on believing," said coach Jorge Vilda. "It should have been a penalty after all, but it still doesn't mean that Spain didn't win deservedly," said Dutch coach Andries Jonker. "Had we made it, we'd have been convinced to make it through the semi-finals and make it to the final." Fifteen players declared themselves unavailable for selection in September, saying events with the national team had impacted their emotional and physical health. The Spanish federation backed the coach but only six of the mutineers returned to play at the World Cup.
Persons: Lynn Wilms, Spain's Salma Paralluelo REUTERS, Amanda Perobelli WELLINGTON, Salma Paralluelo, Paralluelo, Jorge Vilda, Salma, Mariona Caldentey, Spain's, Stefanie Van der Gragt, Van der, Daphne Van Domselaar, Alba Redondo's, Redondo, Esther Gonzalez, Irene Paredes barged Lineth, Andries Jonker, Beerensteyn, Lori Ewing, Nick Mulvenney Organizations: Soccer Football, FIFA, Wellington Regional, Roja, United, U.S, Spain, Juventus, Thomson Locations: New Zealand, Spain, Netherlands, Wellington , New Zealand, Barcelona, Dutch, Japan, Sweden, Auckland, United States, France, Germany, Canada, Brazil, Redondo, Spanish
It got very exciting, Japan are one of the best teams in the tournament ..."Japan coach Futoshi Ikeda said Sweden had done a fine job stifling his midfield but he thought his players should hold their heads high. SWEDEN STRIKEFor a team whose most potent attacking threat came from set pieces, it was no surprise that Sweden took the lead via a free kick. It was only the second goal Japan had conceded in New Zealand and the first time they had been behind but they were unable to break the stranglehold the Swedes had on them. Sweden captain Kosovare Asllani almost doubled the lead just before the break but was denied by a combination of the fingertips of Japan goalkeeper Ayaka Yamashita and the post. Japan looked a pale imitation of the side that had romped in the quarter-finals and got their first attempt on goal in the 63rd minute.
Persons: Amanda Ilestedt, Hannah Mckay AUCKLAND, Riko Ueki, Honoka, Peter Gerhardsson, Futoshi Ikeda, dethroning, Kosovare Asllani, Ayaka Yamashita, Yamashita, Johanna Kaneryd, Fuka Nagano, Angeldal, Ueki, Madelen Janogy, Aoba, Zecira Musovic's, Hayashi, Nick Mulvenney, Ken Ferris Organizations: Soccer Football, FIFA, Eden, Spain, Japan, Thomson Locations: New Zealand, Japan, Sweden, Eden, Auckland , New Zealand, United States, SWEDEN, Swedish, Sydney
Usme leads Colombia to first World Cup quarter-finals
  + stars: | 2023-08-08 | by ( Ian Ransom | )   time to read: +3 min
[1/5] Soccer Football - FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023 - Round of 16 - Colombia v Jamaica - Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, Australia - August 8, 2023 Colombia's Catalina Usme celebrates scoring their first goal REUTERS/Hannah MckayMELBOURNE, Aug 8 (Reuters) - A second-half goal by Catalina Usme fired Colombia to a 1-0 win over Jamaica on Tuesday and carried the South Americans to their first Women's World Cup quarter-final. "We are representing the whole continent of South America," Colombia coach Nelson Abadia told reporters. When we qualified for the World Cup the first thing I said to my team was, 'We’re not just here to spend time, we want to make history'." Having not conceded a goal all tournament, Jamaica stifled Colombia early, often leaving their players grimacing on the turf after heavy tackles. Usme showed a deft touch to slip past Jamaica defender Deneisha Blackwood and fire a low, left-foot strike inside the far post.
Persons: Catalina Usme, Hannah Mckay MELBOURNE, Nelson Abadia, Jamaica's, Lorne Donaldson, Linda Caicedo, Jorelyn, Kate Jacewicz, Chantelle Swaby, Drew Spence, Ana Maria Guzman, Deneisha Blackwood, Jody Brown, Khadija Shaw, Jamaica's Drew Spence, Tiffany Cameron, Ian Ransom, Christian Radnedge Organizations: Soccer Football, FIFA, Jamaica, American, South Americans, Thomson Locations: New Zealand, Colombia, Jamaica, Melbourne, Australia, Colombian, England, South America, France
Australia crush Canada 4-0 to reach World Cup knockouts
  + stars: | 2023-07-31 | by ( Ian Ransom | )   time to read: +3 min
MELBOURNE, July 31 (Reuters) - Hayley Raso scored a first half brace and Mary Fowler struck after the break as Australia crushed Canada 4-0 on Monday to storm into the last 16 of the Women's World Cup and send the Olympic champions spinning out of the tournament. Australia topped Group B on six points, one ahead of Nigeria, who also advanced after a 0-0 draw against Ireland. They almost made it 2-0 minutes later, but Raso's shot was well saved by goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan. It scarcely mattered as five minutes later, Raso was celebrating her second strike after Sheridan failed to clear the ball from a set-piece. But another Australian raid minutes later ended with Fowler slotting in a cross from Caitlin Foord to blow out the lead.
Persons: Hayley Raso, Mary Fowler, Raso, Sam Kerr, Fowler, Steph Catley, Kerr, Canada's talismanic, Christine Sinclair, Bev Priestman, Kailen Sheridan, Sheridan, Sophie Schmidt, Caitlin Foord, Jessie Fleming clattered, Katrina Gorry, Ian Ransom, Christian Radnedge Organizations: MELBOURNE, Olympic, Melbourne, Australia, Ireland, Raso, Thomson Locations: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Nigeria, Melbourne
Using phone records and a sophisticated system that maps the reach of cell towers, a team of investigators had drawn the irregular shape across a map of tree-lined streets in the Long Island suburb of Massapequa Park. By 2021, the investigators had been able to shrink the polygon so that it covered only several hundred homes. In one of those homes, the investigators believed, lived a serial killer. A decade before, 11 bodies had been found in the underbrush around Gilgo Beach, a remote stretch of sand five miles away on the South Shore. He was charged with three of the murders, to which he has pleaded not guilty, and was named as the prime suspect in the fourth.
Persons: Rex Heuermann Organizations: Shore, Penn Locations: Long, Massapequa, Gilgo, Midtown Manhattan, Penn, Manhattan, Suffolk County
ChatGPT usage recently fell. If that's the reason, it's a bad sign for OpenAI and AI-powered chatbots. ChatGPT usage has fallen. Churn rates, which measure the percentage of users who stop engaging with a service, have also spiked into the 20% range for ChatGPT, according to Bernstein Research. "This idea that if the ChatGPT drop-off is due to students on summer break, that implies a narrower audience and fewer use cases."
Persons: ChatGPT Bernstein, ChatGPT, Mark Shmulik, Bernstein, Shmulik, It's, chatbots, OpenAI, Garry Tan Organizations: Morning, Bernstein Research, ChatGPT Bernstein Research, Microsoft, Enterprise, Locations: OpenAI, Silicon Valley
European Space Agency hosts first Mars live stream
  + stars: | 2023-06-02 | by ( Madeline Holcombe | )   time to read: +2 min
The European Space Agency is streaming on YouTube the first live images directly from Mars. Over the course of an hour, new images of Mars are expected about every 50 seconds, according to statement from the agency. The images, shared on YouTube, ESA’s Twitter account and with #MarsLIVE, will show the planet as it has never been seen before, ESA said. “I’m excited to see Mars as it is now — as close to a martian ‘now’ as we can possibly get!”But haven’t we seen images of Mars before? ESA shared images it deemed as close to live as physically possible during a June 2, 2023, event.
Persons: , James Godfrey, , we’ve Organizations: CNN, European Space Agency, YouTube, Twitter, ESA, Mars Locations: Mars, Darmstadt, Germany
Every year great white sharks head for feeding grounds in waters near the northern US and Canada. One of them is an 8 foot 8 inch male juvenile named Jekyll who weighs just shy of 400 pounds. OCEARCH has been capturing, tagging, and tracking great white sharks since 2007 in order to study their migratory patterns. These great white sharks have traveled thousands of milesAccording to the OCEARCH tracker, a male juvenile great white nicknamed Jekyll has traveled 1,595 miles in 103 days from Georgia to the waters of Atlantic City, where his tracker pinged his location on May 15th. Simon, another male juvenile, traveled 1,520 miles in the last 106 days from Florida to join revelers in the waters of Fire Island on May 2nd.
SpaceX captured the moment a rocket on its launchpad was struck by lightning. The Falcon Heavy launch had been delayed due to adverse weather. The rocket's lighting protection mast deflected the bolt and the rocket survived the blast unscathed. A SpaceX Falcon Heavy launching on a previous mission. SpaceX, which is run by billionaire Elon Musk, attempted to launch an even more powerful rocket, its Starship mega-rocket, on April 20.
Soccer–Sevilla fight back to draw with Man United
  + stars: | 2023-04-13 | by ( Lori Ewing | )   time to read: +1 min
[1/5] Soccer Football - Europa League - Quarter Final - First Leg - Manchester United v Sevilla - Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain - April 13, 2023 Manchester United's Antony in action with Sevilla's Marcos Acuna Action Images via Reuters/Lee SmithMANCHESTER, England, April 13 (Reuters) - Manchester United conceded two late own goals to allow Sevilla to snatch a 2-2 draw in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final at Old Trafford on Thursday. United were reduced to 10 men when defender Lisandro Martinez was carried off injured and Youssef En-Nesyri's stoppage-time header glanced off Harry Maguire into the goal to give Sevilla a huge lift ahead of next week's second leg. Sabitzer, who is on loan from Bayern Munich, netted his first European goal for United in the 14th minute, when he controlled a pinpoint pass from Bruno Fernandes and shot past keeper Bono. The Austrian doubled his tally seven minutes later, latching on to a fine pass from Anthony Martial and finishing well. Reporting by Lori EwingOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
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