The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
OpenAI released GPT-4, an upgraded version of their popular artificial intelligence chatbot.
King Charles III of Britain named Prince Edward as the Duke of Edinburgh.
The US record industry reported that for the first time since 1987, sales of vinyl records exceeded CD sales.
The FBI publicly confirmed that they believed COVID-19 originated in a lab in Wuhan, China.
Gabriella Gerhardt set a Guinness World Record for the largest four-leaf clover collection, with a total of 118,791 clovers.
The Armenian-Turkish land border opened for the first time in 35 years.
Turkey and Syria were struck by a catastrophic 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed 59,259 people.
The US Military shot down a Chinese high-altitude surveillance balloon.
Legendary rock singer Ozzy Osbourne announced his retirement from touring.
The Doomsday Clock was set at 90 seconds to midnight after new escalations in Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man to set foot on the Moon, married Anca Faur on his 93rd birthday.
Jacinda Arden resigned as the Prime Minister of New Zealand.
The UK's Prince Harry published Spare, his tell-all memoir on his upbringing with the Royal Family.
Argentina managed to snatch victory away from France at the last second in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Final.
New Zealand made history by passing the world's first tobacco ban.
Trevor Noah hosted his final episode of the late-night talk and satirical news television program 'The Daily Show.'
James Cameron's Avatar: The Way of the Water premiered in London.
Russia passed a stricter ban on 'LGBT propaganda.'
OpenAI launched ChatGPT as a prototype.