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Santa Claus · England
Christmas tree lighting kicks off holiday season in Nampa
Several tree lots in Eastern North Carolina are open and ready to help you find the perfect one. Repeat customers have kept Mountain Boy Trees open in Greenville for several decades. Tree lots said they expect their inventory to last up until the first or second week of December, but the better trees could go quicker.See the Story
72% Center coverage: 82 sources
Sam Altman · Sydney
ChatGPT is one year old. Here’s how it changed the world.
ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence chatbot, has taken the tech world by storm. It has been a fruitful yet chaotic year for ChatGPT's creator, OpenAI. The company saw its market value skyrocket but its leadership team, centered around CEO Sam Altman, increasingly tested.See the Story
42% Left coverage: 24 sources
A look at Henry Kissinger's connections to the Lehigh Valley
Kissinger advised 12 U.S. presidents, from Kennedy to Biden. Kissinger escaped Nazi Germany by moving to New York with his family. He later won a Nobel Peace Prize for negotiating the end of the Vietnam War. He was also credited with opening China to the western world.See the Story
59% Left coverage: 17 sources