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>>Reports: FTX Founder To Plead Not Guilty

(New York, NY)  --  The disgraced young crypto king is set to plead not guilty to fraud charges.  Reports say Sam Bankman-Fried, the former CEO of FTX, accused of stealing billions from customers since 2019 will plead not guilty in a New York court later today.  He's been extradited from the Bahamas since his company collapsed and he has been charged with fraud in New York City.  He faces over 100 years in prison if he is convicted.

>>Planet Labs Prepares To Send Dozens Of Satellites Into Orbit

(San Francisco, CA)  --  San Francisco-based Planet Labs plans to launch 36 of its SuperDove satellites on a SpaceX rocket this morning.  The Falcon 9 launch in Cape Canaveral, Florida is scheduled for no earlier than 9:56 a.m. Eastern time.  These 36 SuperDoves will replenish Planet's current fleet of approximately 200 satellites in orbit, working to provide a continuous, and complete view of the world from above every day. 

>>Hamlin Xmas Toy Drive Receives $3 Million In Donations After Collapse

(McKees Rocks, PA)  --  A Christmas toy drive organized by Buffalo Bills defensive back Damar Hamlin has seen an explosion of donations after he collapsed on the field Monday night.  A GoFundMe campaign which had a goal of 25-hundred dollars raised over three-million dollars in the hours after Hamlin collapsed during the first quarter of the Bills game against the Bengals in Cincinnati.  The Bills tweeted that Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest after making a tackle.  He's listed in critical condition at University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center.

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