Daily Alerts for Significant News Events

"Welcome to the Daily Alerts page, where we provide a summary of the most significant news events of the day for specific individuals or organizations. Our data is updated daily, so you can stay informed about the latest developments in the news regarding the people or organizations that matter to you."

We understand that staying informed can be overwhelming, that's why we have created this page to make it easy for you to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the news. Whether you are a journalist, researcher, or simply interested in a specific person or organization, our Daily Alerts page is a valuable resource for staying informed.

Intuitive Machines

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Texas-based company's lunar lander touched down at the Malapert A crater, about 300 kilometers from the moon's south pole. Landing put the U.S. back on the surface for the first time since NASA's Apollo moonwalkers.

Ofgem

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Price cap will fall from the current £1,928 to £1,.690 for a typical dual fuel household in England, Scotland and Wales. Money saving expert Martin Lewis has confirmed ‘things will be better’ from April and pre-payment metres will help lower costs.

Shamima Begum

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Shamima Begum, 24, was 15 when she travelled to Syria to join ISIS in 2015. She was found in a Syrian refugee camp in February 2019 and stripped of citizenship. Last year, she lost a challenge against the decision at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) Her lawyers have now tried to overturn that decision in the Court of Appeal. Do you believe Ms Begum should be allowed to return to the UK?

Change Healthcare

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Change Healthcare, owned by UnitedHealth Group, reported company-wide connectivity problems on Wednesday. The company and UnitedHealth acknowledged that a cybersecurity issue had caused a network outage that was expected to last 24 hours or more.

Darryl George

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Darryl George, 18, is a junior at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, Texas. The school district says he is violating its policy limiting the length of boys' hair. Lawmakers in Texas passed the state’s CROWN Act last May, banning discrimination on “braids, locks and twists”

Inter Miami

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Lionel Messi had a hand in both goals as Inter Miami beat Real Salt Lake 2-0. David Beckham and Will Smith were in attendance at the Chase Stadium. Luis Suarez has revealed Inter Miami is the last club of his career.

Lindsay Hoyle

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More than 50 lawmakers submit letters of no confidence in Speaker. Hoyle is meeting with the leaders of all three main parties to plot a way forward.

Arsenal

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Arsenal lost 1-0 to Porto in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie on Wednesday night. Brazilian forward Galeno hit a 94th minute winner for the hosts. Arsenal next host Newcastle United in the Premier League on Saturday.

AT&T

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AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and other cell service providers in the US have gone down. Outages began at approximately 3:30 a.m. ET. Many iPhone users waking to find their phones stuck in SOS mode. Police departments have warned people have been unable to call or text 911.

Porto

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Arsenal lost 1-0 to Porto in the Champions League round of 16. Porto forward Galeno scored a stoppage-time winner to earn the home side the win. Arsenal host Newcastle in the Premier League on Saturday night.

Nvidia

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U.S. chipmaker Nvidia's outlook beat market expectations. Tokyo Electron jumped 3.79% to give the biggest boost to the Nikkei. Futures tracking the tech-heavy Nasdaq jumped about 2%.

Dani Alves

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Dani Alves has been sentenced to four years and six months in prison. He was found guilty of raping a 23-year-old woman in a Barcelona nightclub. The decision was reached by a three-judge panel of Catalonia’s top court. He must also pay his victim 150,000 euros (£128,000) in compensation and their court costs.

Jim Ratcliffe

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Sir Jim Ratcliffe completed his 25 per cent takeover of Manchester United on Tuesday night. The 71-year-old has taken over sporting control from the Glazer family. Ratcliffe's company have paid £1.3billion for their stake, which will rise to close to 30 per cent following a further £238m injection into United's coffers.

Alexander Smirnov

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Alexander Smirnov was arrested and charged last week for lying to the FBI. Prosecutors allege he fabricated stories about President Joe Biden’s involvement with a Ukrainian energy company that his son served on the board of. His claims have been central to the Republican effort in Congress to investigate the president and his family.

Lindsay Hoyle

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Commons Leader says Sir Lindsay Hoyle 'hijacked' Gaza ceasefire debate. Claims he put MPs in a'more difficult position' by selecting Labour's bid to amend the SNP motion. 33 MPs have signed a motion of no confidence in the speaker.

SNP

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33 MPs have signed a motion of no confidence in the speaker. Sir Lindsay had deviated from long-standing procedures to allow a Labour amendment to the SNP motion on a ceasefire to be debated and voted on.

Thomas Tuchel

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Thomas Tuchel will leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season. The German champions are eight points behind league leaders Bayer Leverkusen. Xabi Alonso is the obvious choice to replace Tuchel. Bayern will have to battle with Liverpool for the Spaniard.

Capital One Financial

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Capital One Financial announced plans to buy credit card giant Discover Financial. The combination would create the biggest U.S. credit card issuer with roughly $250 billion in card balances. Americans held $1.13 trillion on their credit cards in the fourth quarter of 2023.

LockBit

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UK and US law enforcement disrupt "world's most harmful cybercrime group", LockBit. UK's National Crime Agency said it had infiltrated LockBit's network and taken control of its services. LockBit provides ransomware as a service to so-called affiliates.

Discover Financial Services

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Discover shareholders are celebrating as the market sent shares up by 11% as of 10 a.m. ET. Americans held $1.13 trillion on their credit cards in the fourth quarter of 2023.