New York Gov. Declares Disaster Over Polio; Judge Tosses Trump Suit Against FBI, Clinton; Texas DPS Chief Rejects Uvalde Cover-Up Claims

September 9, 2022

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul issued an emergency declaration on Friday in an attempt to ramp up vaccination efforts for polio. A federal judge in Florida dismissed former president Donald Trump's lawsuit against Hilliary Clinton and the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Friday. Texas DPS Chief Col. Steven McCraw said on Thursday that he would fire any member of the Texas Department of Public Safety who did not do their job the day a mass shooter entered Uvalde Elementary.

Judge Agrees to Special Master in Trump Search; 20 US States Under Flood Watch; Cloudflare Drops Hate Site KiwiFarms

September 5, 2022

A Trump-appointed federal judge ruled Monday that a third-party special master should review documents seized from Mar-a-Lago by the FBI. Twenty US States are currently under a flood watch as a storm system that produced a 1 in 1000 year rain event heads towards the east coast. Cloudflare has stopped providing services to notorious hate site KiwiFarms, citing an “immediate threat to human life." 

DOJ Filing Shows Trump Obstructed Investigation; Jackson, Mississippi’s Water Crisis Leaves Thousands Without Water; Widespread Flooding Creates 100km Lake in Pakistan

August 31, 2022

An official court filing from the Department of Justice on Tuesday shows that Trump "likely concealed and removed" classified documents from a storage room at Mar-a-Lago. Years of neglect coupled with torrential rain have led to the failure of the main water treatment facility in Jackson, Mississippi. Record flooding in Pakistan has killed 1,162 people since mid-June and has turned a large portion of Sindh Province into a 100-kilometer-wide (62-mile) lake.

Trump Claims Passports Seized During FBI Raid; US Repels Drone Attack in Syria; Rudy Giuliani Target of 2020 Election Probe

August 15, 2022

Former President Donald Trump is claiming the FBI siezed his passports during their raid on Mar-a-Lago, sparking questions of whether he is a flight risk. According to US forces, an attempted drone attack in the vicinity of the al-Tanf near the Syrian border resulted in no damage and no casualties. Nasser Kanaani, spokesman for Iran's Foreign Ministry said that author Salman Rushdie and his supporters are worthy of condemnation, accusing him of denigrating the world's Muslims, and used that claim to blame them for Friday's attack.

FBI Searched for Top Secret Nuclear Docs at Trump Home; House to Vote on Inflation Reduction Act; European Drought Dries up Rivers

August 12, 2022

Reports have surfaced that the FBI was searching for top-secret nuclear documents during their raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. The House is set to pass the Inflation Reduction Act this afternoon, however, it will not include some key childcare provisions Democrats had hoped for. The internet is abuzz with pictures from France showing that the country's record-breaking drought has dried up the famous La Loire and Dordogne rivers.

Senate Passes Inflation Reduction Act; Ahmaud Arbery Killer Gets 2nd Life Sentence; Trump-Backed Candidate Involved in Vote Machine Tampering

August 8, 2022

In a weekend vote-a-rama, the US Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act, a $430 billion climate change, healthcare, and tax bill. Travis McMichael, the man who shot Ahmaud Arbery received a second life sentence from U.S. District Court Judge Lisa Godbey Wood for a federal hate crime. Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel is calling for a special prosecutor after discovering that her challenger, Trump-backed candidate Matthew DePerno, was involved in a plot to seize and tamper with voting machines during the 2020 election.

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