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FBI director denounces threats following search of Trump home

After Monday's search of Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Florida home, there have been calls for federal agents and even the attorney general to be assassinated

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Aug 11
'The Breakfast Club' ending? Angela Yee explains radio show's future

Angela Yee is leaving 'The Breakfast Club' to focus on her own show on iHeartRadio, what she calls a "tremendous opportunity." Here's all we know.

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Aug 11
Inflation bill grants Medicare negotiating power to lower drug costs

Inflation Reduction Act would grant Medicare the authority to negotiate drug prices and cap out-of-pocket costs at $2,000 per year.

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Aug 11
Suspect in Muslim killings denied involvement to Albuquerque police

The suspect in a string of killings targeting Muslim men in Albuquerque. New Mexico denied having involvement when questioned by police, records show

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Aug 11
Young Thug faces 6 additional charges in RICO case

Young Thug, whose real name is Jeffery Williams, is facing six new felony charges along with four others linked to the case.

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Aug 11
Funeral set for GOP Indiana Rep. Jackie Walorski

The vehicle Walorski was riding in caused the crash that killed her, two staffers and the driver of another vehicle, according to an Indiana sheriff's office that is investigating the collision. 

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Aug 11
Former Twitter manager convicted of spying for Saudi Arabia

Ahmad Abouammo, a U.S. citizen and former manager for Twitter’s Middle East region, was charged in 2019 with acting as an agent of Saudi Arabia.

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Aug 11
Evansville house explosion kills 3 in Indiana, damages dozens of homes

The explosion in Evansville, Indiana, appears to have completely destroyed the home where it occurred and littered a residential street with shrapnel.

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Aug 11
Major League Baseball is coming back to the Field of Dreams

Each team will wear special uniforms inspired by how the franchises looked in the early 20th century, and Cincinnati first baseman Joey Votto and Chicago outfielder Ian Happ will be on two-way mics for the broadcast.

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Aug 11
The Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight

But stargazers could be disappointed: The moon will be full, which can spoil the show because of its brilliant light.

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Aug 11
Flu may be coming back with a vengeance, experts say, and children could be at risk

Flu is making its grand return to Australia and other countries in the southern hemisphere, prompting experts to worry what's in store for the US.

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Aug 11
US gas prices drop below $4 per gallon for the first time in five months

The average cost of a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.99, according to AAA https://gasprices.aaa.com/. 

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Aug 11
Trump invoked 5th Amendment in deposition in NY civil investigation

Donald Trump's deposition comes days after his Mar-a-Lago home was searched by the FBI, related to an investigation into presidential records.

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Aug 11
8 jail officers barred from guarding Derek Chauvin get $1.5M

Eight corrections officers sued after they were barred from guarding Derek Chauvin, in jail for George Floyd's murder, because of their race.

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Aug 11
Inflation eases off 40-year high but stays elevated at 8.5%

Inflation backed off a 40-year high last month as gas prices fell but food and rent costs rose again, CPI report shows

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Aug 10
Jill Biden and Garth Brooks to work together on National Geographic show

Jill Biden will introduce segments of National Geographic's series "America's National Parks" which will air Aug. 29 and is narrated by Garth Brooks.

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Aug 10
Kim Kardashian's newest product? Skin-colored Beats earbuds

Apple's Beats By Dre headphones line has a new celebrity ambassador: Kim Kardashian. She has a new line of skin-colored earbuds called "Beats x Kim."

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Aug 10
Southwest flight attendant's back broken in 'firm landing'

The NTSB said the impact of landing was so hard that the flight attendant thought the plane had crashed.

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Aug 10
Suspect in Dallas salon May shooting indicted for anti-Asian hate crime

The Dallas County District Attorney’s Office announced the indictment of Jeremy Smith, 37, for the May 11 shooting at a salon in Dallas' Koreatown.

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Aug 10
Serena Williams returns to the court after announcing she'll soon retire

Williams, the 40-year-old, 23-time Grand Slam champion, made the announcement that she is stepping away from tennis in Vogue's September edition, saying "it's the hardest thing that I could ever imagine." 

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Aug 10
Grandfather, niece and grandkids die in a Texas golf cart crash

A grandfather, two of his grandchildren and a niece were killed in a collision on Saturday involving a golf cart in Texas, authorities said.

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Aug 10
Police in Albuquerque arrest suspect in string of killings of Muslim men

Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico, say they arrested Muhammad Syed, 51, in a string of killings targeting Muslim men.

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Aug 10
Trump says he's testifying Wednesday in New York's civil investigation

The New York civil investigation, led by James, involves allegations that Trump's company, the Trump Organization, misstated the value of prized assets like golf courses and skyscrapers, misleading lenders and tax authorities.

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Aug 10
Sen. Lindsey Graham to challenge Georgia election-interference subpoena

The South Carolina senator and staunch Trump ally, in a motion to quash the Fulton County, Georgia, subpoena, asserted that he was engaging in legitimate inquiries as a lawmaker when he contacted a Georgia official following the election and that a legislative privilege shields him from such demands.

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Aug 10
Nebraska woman faces abortion charge after cops seize Facebook messages

In the Facebook messages a mother and daughter discussed using medication to induce an abortion and plans to burn the fetus afterward.

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Aug 10
Biden to sign PACT Act, to help veterans exposed to toxic burn pits

Biden described the legislation as the biggest expansion of benefits for service-connected health issues in 30 years and the largest single bill ever to address exposure to burn pits.

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Aug 10
Latina leadership: Few Hispanic women executives in largest companies

There are no Hispanic women in senior leadership at Apple, BlackRock, Costco, Netflix and Simon Property Group, a new USA TODAY analysis shows.

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Aug 10
Grand jury declines to indict woman who accused Emmett Till

A grand jury declined to indict Carolyn Bryant Donham, the white woman whose accusation led to the 1955 lynching of Black teenager Emmett Till.

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Aug 10
Christian nationalism gains traction among right-wing politicians. What is it?

Marjorie Taylor Greene, Lauren Boebert and other politicians have embraced Christian nationalism, calling for less division between church and state.

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Aug 10
Mar-a-Lago raid: Republicans blast, White House says it wasn't aware

House Republican leaders and some senators are defending former President Trump and rebuking the nation's top law enforcement agencies.

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Aug 10