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A new campaign to combat anti-Semitism is being rolled out. The $25 million dollar campaign, spearheaded by Patriots owner Robert Kraft, is called "stand up to Jewish hate" and aims to raise awareness about rising incidents of anti-Semitism and hate crimes nationwide. The campaign comes on the heels of a report by the Anti-Defamation League stating that anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S. rose 36 percent last year. It will launch TV advertisements featuring stars such as Kelly Clarkson and Bravo's Andy Cohen.
Uber Eats is set to remove thousands of online-only restaurants from its app. The Wall Street Journal reported that the company is introducing a new set of standards for virtual restaurants, also known as "ghost kitchens." These restaurants are listed on an app, but they don't have a storefront. They often run out of the kitchens of existing restaurants, warehouses, and sometimes even parking lots. Under new regulations, they are required to have menu items that are at least 60 percent different from their parent restaurant menu. They also need to maintain a rating of at least 4.3 stars.
Trillions of gallons of water may be trapped on the moon's surface, according to a new study in the journal Nature Geoscience. Scientists were analyzing the first lunar samples taken back to earth since the 1970's and found tiny glass beads that were filled with a substantial amount of water. The report suggested the water could be used by "future explorers."