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In response to Trump’s handling of documents, Schiff requests a report on national security damage. Top House Democrats have asked US intelligence officials for a “damage assessment” following the FBI’s search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in response to a search warrant for top-secret documents. Adam Schiff, chair of the House Intelligence Committee, and Carolyn Maloney, chair of the House Oversight Committee, refer to the recently released search warrant and a list of the documents seized from Donald Trump’s residence in the letter they sent to the president. “Those who have access to classified information are obligated to keep it secure.…

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Kinzinger: Trump’s GOP “Kind of Creepy,” “Not the Party I Ever Joined.” Adam Kinzinger, an outspoken opponent of Donald Trump and a Republican representative from Illinois, claimed on Thursday that the GOP had become a “creepy” party that he did not recognize as a result of its loyalty to the late president. Kinzinger, one of the two Republicans on the House select committee looking into January 6, discussed his public dispute with Trump with the Illinois-based news station WGN-TV. The congressman acknowledged that Trump currently seems to be the victor. At least temporarily, Kinzinger agreed, “He won.” You can’t act…

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Police: Two boys, 12 and 15, fatally stabbed a gas station employee. The murder of a gas station employee by stabbing has been blamed on two young boys. Prince George’s County Police were called to the scene at around 4:40 a.m. on Thursday morning following the incident in Clinton, Maryland. Officers arrived at the gas station and discovered Israel Akingbesote, a 37-year-old employee, with multiple stab wounds. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital where he eventually passed away from his wounds, according to Fox 5 DC. Two boys, ages 12 and 15, who were suspected in the case…

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Convoys fleeing a bombed Ukrainian power plant are prompted by fears of a nuclear catastrophe. The Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant (NPP) in Enerhodar, Ukraine, has reportedly seen video footage on social media of a convoy of vehicles fleeing the area. This NPP has recently been the target of shelling, raising worries about a potential nuclear accident. A video posted on Twitter on Saturday by the Belarusian media outlet Nexta depicts dozens of cars parked along a road that is allegedly close to the plant. Numerous people are seen waiting and standing outside their cars as the cars come to a…

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According to Conway, the FBI search puts Trump in “Very Substantial Legal Jeopardy.” After the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida on Monday to recover secret documents that the former president is alleged to have taken with him when he left the White House last year, conservative attorney George Conway warned on Friday that Donald Trump could run into legal issues. Conway responded, “Yeah, I think he’s in very substantial legal jeopardy,” to CNN anchor Erin Burnett’s question about whether or not he believes Trump is in trouble following the raid. He continued, “If anyone else had done this,…

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After a customer lost the lottery, the store owner claims he was shot with a homemade gun. When a customer lost the lottery, he allegedly became enraged and shot the store owner with a homemade weapon. After Hisham Abu had just opened Sam’s Shop for the day in San Francisco on Wednesday morning, the alleged incident allegedly took place. According to ABC 7 News, a man came into the store carrying a lottery ticket. Abu informed him that the ticket was not a winner, which made the man agitated. The man allegedly blamed Abu for his lottery loss, according to…

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Following the Fox segment, Vindman refers to Gabbard as an “agent of Russian disinformation.” Former Hawaii Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard was criticized by Alexander Vindman, a retired US Army lieutenant colonel, for comments she made on Friday about sanctioning Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine. When Gabbard claimed that the sanctions against Russia, which she referred to as “nothing short of a modern day siege,” are to blame for the “massive energy crisis right now” in Europe, she was filling in as the host on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight. “This comes at a great cost, but Joe…

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The first voice heard here is that of the person in charge of adding and removing PT from the PSN store. For the first time, the person who was in charge of applying PT to the Sony storefront and then having to remove it again has spoken about the incident. Eight years ago today (12 August), Pearl Lai, who was Konami’s first-party lead at the time, used Twitter to discuss the contentious removal of the free-to-play Silent Hills teaser from the Sony store. Fun fact: I helped set up this product on the storefronts, with the fake publisher and everything,…

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Having worked for Capcom for 27 years, producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi departs to join Having worked for Capcom for 27 years, producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi has left the company. While Kobayashi left Capcom on March 1, 2022, he announced his departure from the renowned Japanese company to accept a new producer position at NetEase on August 12, 2022—his 50th birthday. Kobayashi begins his statement by saying, “Today, August 12th, is my 50th birthday.” “As a result, I’d like to share something very special with everyone: On March 1st, I officially joined NetEase as a producer after 27 years of grateful service to…

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FBI Leak from Breitbart: Correspondent Claims “We All Know Who” Was Responsible. Friday, senior justice correspondent for CNN Evan Perez made the claim that a search warrant leak to Breitbart News and other outlets may have come from the office of former President Donald Trump. In his remarks about the leak, Perez avoided mentioning Breitbart or the former president, but he made it clear that he thought the document had been given to them by Trump or someone close to him. Before it was officially unveiled by a federal judge in Florida at the Department of Justice’s request, the warrant…

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