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Twitter suspends Florida Republican state house candidate Luis Miguel after he advocates shooting federal agents #BecauseFlorida :

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K-pop sensation BLACKPINK released their first single in nearly two years called 'Pink Venom.' South Korea's iconic N Seoul Tower was illuminated in pink to celebrate the release

A permanent injunction has been issued by a judge in Louisiana against President Joe Biden's moratorium on new oil and gas leasing on federal land in 13 states.

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"Trump didn't ask for this to be unsealed—He likes the idea of claiming he wants it open…He is trying to have it both ways, and I wish people who follow him so slavishly would get a clue here. He doesn't want it released, or his lawyer would have said so in court."-- @clairecmc 

Texas = JOBS! For the 9th month in a row, the Lone Star State smashes ALL previous records for total jobs! 72,800 jobs added in July & the unemployment rate dropped to pre-pandemic lows. God Bless Texas!

An 84-year-old man in China was having trouble getting up and down his stairs—so he built a fully functional elevator in his home instead. The man, who was an engineer before retirement, reportedly spent 6 months working on the lift.

New York Times praised Manish Sisodia's work: Arvind Kejriwal BJP spokesperson @Shehzad_Ind  slams AAP govt, raises question on the report #ITVideo 

#BREAKING Nord Stream gas deliveries to be halted August 31 to September 2 for 'maintenance': Gazprom

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Scoops of the Day

A man who says he was at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, but has not been arrested, has been filming himself harassing officers who fought off the mob that day.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced criminal charges against 20 people for illegally voting in 2020, the first major public move from the Republican's controversial new election police unit.

BREAKING: DOH confirms the second and third cases of monkeypox in the Philippines. | via @EdsonCGuido 

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The effects of lockdown may now be killing more people than are dying of Covid, official data suggests

Last night the newly formed Ukrainian Freedom#Orchestra  performed at @LincolnCenter . The orchestra is made up of war refugees and those who have to go back after this concert tour. We felt the power of this particular orchestra playing #Ukraine ’s National Anthem.

Chinese and Russian leaders Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin will attend the G20 summit on the resort island of Bali this November, a longtime adviser to the Indonesian president said

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JUST IN: Fulton County DA Fani Willis says any further delay in Sen. Lindsey Graham's testimony could "delay the revelation of an entire category of relevant witnesses or information." "This would significantly harm the interests and administration of the [grand jury]."

To be clear, the judge did NOT order the unsealing of the Mar-a-Lago affidavit. He said he was inclined to at least partially unseal it, but wanted to see proposed redactions from the FBI. There was no order today.

Interviews with more than 50 people, documents and police reports show how Price's internet fame has enabled a pattern of abuse — more than a dozen women told The Times about his predatory behavior — and hostile behavior at his company.

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Scoops of the Week

This is what a volcano eruption looks like from space 🌋

I love this story because it reminds me that one person can make a difference. In 1979, Jadav Payeng began planting a tree every day for 37 years — results are stunning

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EXCLUSIVE: Moments after casting her vote in Jackson, Wyoming, Rep. Liz Cheney tells CBS News’ @costareports  that today is “the beginning of a battle." "We’re facing a moment where our democracy really is under attack and under threat."

Today marks 75 years since the partition of India. In June 1953, independent India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru appeared on the BBC for his television debut. 🧵1/4

Our beloved son Henry passed away.  He had the softest blue eyes, an easy smile and a contagious giggle.  We always surrounded him with love and he returned it, and so much more.  Mary and Richard.

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August 16, 1946. Direct Action Day. Survivor of #DIrectActionDay  and Noakhali riots, Rabindranath Dutta (92) recalls how naked, butchered bodies of H women were hung from hooks at Raja Bazar beef shops. Victoria College girls were raped, killed and bodies tied to hostel windows.

“Give what you have. To someone, it may be better than you dare to think.”

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