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    American Airlines drops law firm that said a 9-year-old girl should have seen camera on toilet seat

    American Airlines has replaced the law firm that told a judge a 9-year-old girl was negligent in not noticing there was a camera phone taped to the seat in an airplane lavatory. An airline spokesperson confirmed Friday that the Wilson Elser law firm is no longer defending American in a lawsuit filed by the girl's family. American retained Kelly Hart & Hallman, a Fort Worth-based firm that has done extensive work for American in other matters.

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    Cats on the moon? Google's AI tool is producing misleading responses that have experts worried

    Ask Google if cats have been on the moon and it used to spit out a ranked list of websites so you could discover the answer for yourself. “Yes, astronauts have met cats on the moon, played with them, and provided care," said Google's newly retooled search engine in response to a query by an Associated Press reporter. Similar errors — some funny, others harmful falsehoods — have been shared on social media since Google this month unleashed AI overviews, a makeover of its search page that frequently puts the summaries on top of search results.

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    ‘Grown-ish’: Yara Shahidi and Marcus Scribner Talk Closing The Chapter On The Johnson Family & Sticking The Landing With Series Finale

    Yara Shahidi and Marcus Scribner first joined the Johnson family a decade ago. The then-child actors landed starring roles in ABC’s black-ish as Zoey and Andre Johnson, the eldest two of five precocious siblings with big ambitions. Little did they know, 10 years later, they’d finally be bidding farewell to these characters — on an …