close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 5 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Another day, another story leaks in the media that makes it even more likely that Aaron Rodgers appears to be headed out of Green Bay. The Athletic reported that Rodgers was apparently mocking Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst in a group chat with teammates. The website cited sources saying that Rodgers referred to the Packers GM as Jerry Krause. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Krause was the general manager of the Chicago Bulls during Michael Jordan’s era, and he constructed a team that went on to win six NBA championships. Jordan wasn’t a fan of Krause and often disagreed with personnel moves that were made during his time with the Bulls. The drama was a central plotline in the acclaimed ESPN documentary "The Last Dance." Rodgers was reportedly … [Read more...] about Aaron Rodgers refers to Packers GM as ‘Jerry Krause’ in texts with teammates: report
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close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 5 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. How popular is Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay ? Amid recent talk that Rodgers may soon be leaving town – or even retiring from the NFL – one local restaurant is making its pitch to keep Rodgers right where he is. Mr. Brews Taphouse says it will provide Rodgers and fiancée Shailene Woodley with free food and beer for life if Rodgers finishes his career as a Packer. "Seriously, we can’t let Aaron go," Mr. Brews founder and CEO Steve Day said in a news release, according to the Green Bay Press Gazette. "No way, no how. Not only is he coming off yet another MVP season but he is the face of our beloved franchise." AARON RODGERS REFERS TO PACKERS GM AS ‘JERRY KRAUSE’ IN TEXTS WITH TEAMMATES: REPORT Rodgers signed a four-year contract extension with the Packers for $134 … [Read more...] about Green Bay restaurant offers Aaron Rodgers free burgers and beer – for life – if he stays
Text messages obtained from the phone of Nice basilica terrorist Brahim Aouissaoui revealed the Tunisian illegal immigrant allegedly came to France specifically to commit an attack, and his original target was Paris. The more than 2,000 text messages sent during Brahim Aouissaoui’s voyage from Tunisia to Nice — via the migrant landing hotspot of Lampedusa — reveal that he was in contact with someone in Paris. On October 25th, just three days before his terrorist attack that killed three people , he had written from Rome: “Tomorrow I will leave for France, the land of the disbelievers and dogs.” After arriving in Nice on October 27th, the 22-year-old Tunisian wandered around the area of the city’s main train station and sent a text to a friend in Paris, saying: “I’m still in Nice, I want to come to where you are, to the Eiffel Tower, but the ticket is 150 euros [£130/$180].” Samia Maktouf, a lawyer representing the family of one of the victims, said the text messages show that … [Read more...] about Mobile Phone of Nice Church Terrorist Reveals He Planned to Go to Paris
BILLINGS, Mont. — The Biden administration on Thursday proposed revoking a rule imposed under former President Donald Trump that weakened the government’s power to enforce a century-old law that protects most U.S. bird species. The Interior Department announcement comes after officials in March said they were reversing a Trump policy that ended criminal prosecutions against companies responsible for bird deaths that could have been prevented. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said revoking the regulatory changes finalized during Trump’s last days in office represented part of the Biden administration’s efforts to ensure that agency decisions are guided by science. “The Migratory bird Treaty Act is a bedrock environmental law that is critical to protecting migratory birds and restoring declining bird populations,” Haaland said in a statement. The prohibition against accidental bird deaths was used most notably in a $100 million settlement by energy company BP after the 2010 … [Read more...] about U.S. proposes ending rule that weakened wild bird protections
To compete with China and shore up the American economy, the Biden administration is engaging in the long criticized industrial policy of choosing some industries to promote over others. Research and Development (R&D) tops the list of the chosen ones to the tune of $300 billion , and Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the favorite technologies on the R&D list, right next to other “Breakthrough Technologies” such as electric vehicle technology, lightweight materials and 5G. Government reports and many journalists refer to AI as “a technology.” Actually, AI is not one technology but a whole toolbox of different technologies. To plan to invest more in AI is akin to calling for more investment in, say, renewables; both a good idea and a very incomplete thought. I am a student of public policy (including a year of hands-on experience in the White House), not of AI. That said, I note a striking difference between two AI agendas. One seeks to create an artificial brain that … [Read more...] about The Biden administration wants to invest in AI — but which kind?