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Biden Says If Trump Wins, Reporters Fearing Jail Plan to Flee the US

President Joe Biden told donors at a fundraiser Thursday that he heard from journalists who were planning to flee the US if Donald Trump was reelected because they feared being jailed.

Biden acknowledged former network news anchor Katie Couric, who was attending the event in California as a guest, and warned about the possibility of a Trump victory in an expected rematch this November.

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IRS Asks Americans to Report Income From 'Illegal Activities'

The Internal Revenue Service's request (IRS) that taxpayers report any income they might have received through illegal activities such as dealing drugs has gone viral on social media, with users joking about the unlikely demand.

"Don't forget to report your income from illegal activities and stolen property as you're doing your taxes this year," one social media user wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter, sharing the IRS 2023 documentation for preparing 2023 returns. The post received over 6.8 million views.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s new goal is creating artificial general intelligence

Fueling the generative AI craze is a belief that the tech industry is on a path to achieving superhuman, god-like intelligence.

OpenAI’s stated mission is to create this artificial general intelligence, or AGI. Demis Hassabis, the leader of Google’s AI efforts, has the same goal.

Now, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is entering the race. While he doesn’t have a timeline for when AGI will be reached, or even an exact definition for it, he wants to build it. At the same time, he’s shaking things up by moving Meta’s AI research group, FAIR, to the same part of the company as the team building generative AI products across Meta’s apps. The goal is for Meta’s AI breakthroughs to more directly reach its billions of users.

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Kamala Harris says she’s prepared to serve as president ‘if necessary’

Kamala Harris on Sunday declared herself ready to assume the presidency if it ever behooved her to do so – but she also made it a point to dismiss opponents’ political attacks that Joe Biden is too old to seek a second term in the Oval Office.

Asked on CBS’s Face the Nation whether she was prepared to serve as commander-in-chief in case Biden became unable to carry out his duties, Harris said: “Yes, I am, if necessary.”

“But Joe Biden is going to be fine,” Harris said. “And let me tell you something: I work with Joe Biden every day.”

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Iran declares Antarctica its property in direct challenge to Biden, global treaty

JERUSALEM — Iran’s Navy commander announced in a televised broadcast last fall that the regime owns Antarctica and will build a military operation in the South Pole.

"We have property rights in the South Pole. We have plan to raise our flag there and carry out military and scientific work," Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Shahram Irani said in late September, according to a translation by the Washington D.C.-based Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

Iran’s naval saber-rattling is drawing new attention in response to the Iranian-backed militias that murdered three U.S. soldiers in Jordan last month.

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Obama's WH physician says special counsel report proves Biden has 'serious issues': 'Worse by the day'

Texas GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson, a former White House physician, said special counsel Robert Hur's report "validates" what he and many have known for years: President Biden has "serious issues."

Hur, who had been tasked with investigating Biden's mishandling of classified documents, described the president in a report this week as appearing like a "sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory."

"It validates what most of us have known," Jackson told Fox News Digital. "I've been saying since he was candidate Joe Biden that this man is not cognitively fit to be our president, our commander in chief and our head of state. I've been saying that over and over.

"I watched the man every day, you know, in and around the West Wing for eight years when he was vice president. There's a drastic, drastic difference between then and now."

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