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Man Guilty Of Threat To Kidnap GOP Rep And His Wife

Yahoo News reports: An Oklahoma man on Wednesday pleaded guilty to threatening to kidnap and assault Rep. Kevin Hern (R-Okla.) and his wife as well as to charges of cyberstalking. Keith Eisenberger, 39, entered a plea agreement after prosecutors said he called for Hern’s execution, threatened to kidnap him and his wife and angrily yelled at the congressman’s staff over …

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Cuomo Sues NY For Sexual Harassment Suit Legal Bills

The New York Daily News reports: Former governor Andrew Cuomo thinks New York taxpayers should be on the hook for his legal bills. A year to the day after announcing his resignation amid sexual harassment allegations, the disgraced Democrat filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Letitia James for failing to provide him with legal representation after one of his accusers …

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Kirk On Shooting At FBI Office: They’re Playing Victim

“The director of the FBI had strong words Wednesday for supporters of former President Donald Trump, who have been using ‘violent rhetoric’ in the wake of his agency’s search for Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home. “He says that threats against federal agents and the Justice Department are deplorable and dangerous. “How many of those threats are planted by the FBI themselves? We …

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Trump Was Served Grand Jury’s Subpoena In June

CNN reports: The FBI search at Mar-a-Lago this week came months after federal investigators served an earlier grand jury subpoena and took away sensitive national security documents from former President Donald Trump’s property during a June meeting, people familiar with the matter tell CNN. Investigators executed Monday’s search in part because they had developed evidence, including from at least one …

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Shots Fired At Cincinnati FBI Headquarters [VIDEO]

Cincinatti’s NBC affiliate reports: Interstate 71 in Ohio was shut down Thursday morning in both directions and there was a lockdown in effect after shots were fired in the area. The Clinton County Emergency Management Agency said there was an armed suspect in the area of State Road 73, Smith Road and State Road 380. Multiple news outlets are reporting …

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Florida School Removes Photos Of Historic Black Figures

The Pensacola News-Journal reports: An Escambia County public school teacher resigned this week over what he characterized as racist behavior by a school district employee. The teacher, Michael James, emailed a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis and Escambia County Superintendent Tim Smith in which he wrote that a district employee removed pictures of historic Black American heroes from his classroom …

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STUDY: Arctic Is Warming Much Faster Than Predicted

Science News reports: The Arctic is heating up at a breakneck speed compared with the rest of Earth. And new analyses show that the region is warming even faster than scientists thought. Over the last four decades, the average Arctic temperature increased nearly four times as fast as the global average, researchers report August 11 in Communications Earth & Environment. …

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Mulvaney: FBI Informant Must Be Very Close To Trump

Politico reports: Mick Mulvaney, the former Trump administration acting chief of staff, said on Thursday that the reported informant who tipped off authorities about where Donald Trump was storing classified documents at Mar-a-Lago would have to be “very close” to the former president. “This would be someone who was handling things on day to day, who knew where documents were, …

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Russia Confirms Prisoner Swap Talks Are Underway

Axios reports: Russia confirmed for the first time on Thursday that it is negotiating with the U.S. regarding a possible prisoner swap deal that would secure the freedom of WNBA star Brittney Griner and former Marine Paul Whelan. Driving the news: The news comes after Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov confirmed last week that Russia was “ready to discuss” a …

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“Sewer Emergency” Shuts Down Much Of Provincetown

Boston’s NBC affiliate reports: The Town of Provincetown says any food or restaurant business that is using its vacuum sewer system must immediately close, after declaring a sewer emergency Thursday. The town added that residential properties on this system must cut back on water use, “including dishwashing, laundry, showering and only flush when absolutely necessary.” Town Manager Alex Morse said …

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