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#politics

Breitbart: Dershowitz: Trump Indictment Beginning to 'Look Like Banana Republic Land'
Dershowitz: Trump Indictment Beginning to 'Look Like Banana Republic Land'
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz criticized the indictment against Trump for the Capitol riot, calling it "banana republic land." He accused the Biden administration of being afraid of the democratic process and wanting to persecute their opponents. Dershowitz also argued that the trial in D.C. was unfair and that Trump couldn't get a fair trial there.


Breitbart: Exclusive — Trump on DeSantis: ‘He’s Crashing Badly'
Exclusive — Trump on DeSantis: ‘He’s Crashing Badly'
Former President Donald Trump expressed his belief that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is losing ground in the 2024 GOP presidential race, claiming that he is a "lousy candidate" with no personality. Trump also took credit for DeSantis's previous election victory, stating that without his endorsement, DeSantis would not have won the Florida governorship. Recent polls have shown Trump leading the GOP primary by significant margins, while DeSantis has been falling behind in various states. (, )


Fox News: Former Pakistan prime minister arrested as court hands down three-year jail sentence in corruption case
Former Pakistan prime minister arrested as court hands down three-year jail sentence in corruption case
Former Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan is arrested and sentenced to three years after a court verdict. Khan claims the decision was rushed and meant to prevent him from running in the upcoming elections. Supporters protest and clash with police, leading to attacks on military assets.


The New American: Biden's Energy Sec Held Secret Talk with China Before Tapping into Oil Reserve
Biden's Energy Sec Held Secret Talk with China Before Tapping into Oil Reserve
The Biden administration's energy decline may be orchestrated in coordination with China. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm met with her Chinese counterpart before releasing oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve . Republicans argue that the U.S. has weakened itself while gifting China "geopolitical leverage" and increasing their oil reserves .


PJ Media: Feinstein Gives Power of Attorney to Her Daughter but Remains in the Senate
Feinstein Gives Power of Attorney to Her Daughter but Remains in the Senate
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the oldest member of Congress at 90 years old, has handed over power of attorney to her daughter. This raises concerns about her ability to handle her own affairs and calls for her resignation. This is a national scandal and further highlights the issue of geriatric politicians in power.


The Federalist Papers: Feinstein's Career Gets Nasty as It Draws to a Close: She Cedes Power of Attorney, Refuses Calls to Resign
Feinstein's Career Gets Nasty as It Draws to a Close: She Cedes Power of Attorney, Refuses Calls to Resign
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the oldest member of the Senate, faces calls to resign due to her declining health and inability to perform her duties. A lawsuit involving the distribution of her fortune after she passes highlights the extent of her health issues. Feinstein's cognitive decline has become a public debate, but her competence is not openly questioned. It is time for her to resign and focus on her personal affairs.


#economy

Forbes: Dufry Upbeat On Summer Travel Spending As H1 Sales Surge 32% To $6.6 Billion
Dufry Upbeat On Summer Travel Spending As H1 Sales Surge 32% To $6.6 Billion
Dufry, the world's largest airport retailer, reported strong first-half results, with core turnover growing by 31.5% to 5.72 billion Swiss francs. The growth was driven by strong travel demand in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region. Dufry's CEO, Xavier Rossinyol, expressed optimism about the company's performance, stating that high travel costs have not discouraged spending and that the summer will be strong. Despite a decrease in net profit, Dufry's operating profitability remained stable and the company is well positioned to cope with regional shocks due to its global presence.


#culture

Flag And Cross: Cardi B's Mic, Thrown At Fan, Poised To Fetch $100k In Auction
Cardi B's Mic, Thrown At Fan, Poised To Fetch $100k In Auction
Cardi B's microphone, thrown at a fan, is being auctioned on eBay with bids reaching $100k. The owner of The Wave, the audio company responsible for supplying equipment to the venue, listed the microphone for auction.


#health

Fox News: Rachel Levine urges parents to ‘speak up,’ defend vaccines at school board meetings from ‘myths and fear’
Rachel Levine urges parents to ‘speak up,’ defend vaccines at school board meetings from ‘myths and fear’
Assistant Secretary of Health Rachel Levine is urging parents to advocate for vaccines in school board meetings to counteract the spread of misinformation. Levine emphasizes the importance of speaking up for the health and safety of children, despite the discomfort it may cause. Vaccination rates have fallen, and Levine attributes this to a minority voice spreading myths and fear. Parents are encouraged to learn about vaccines, be vocal about their benefits, and participate in debates at school board meetings.


Forbes: What To Know About Zuranolone—The First FDA-Approved Oral Pill For Postpartum Depression
What To Know About Zuranolone—The First FDA-Approved Oral Pill For Postpartum Depression
The FDA approved a pill called Zurzuvae, manufactured by Sage Therapeutics and Biogen, to treat postpartum depression in women. The pill, which works by resetting neurotransmitters in the brain, showed significant improvement in symptoms compared to a placebo group. The pill will become commercially available after being scheduled as a controlled substance.


#crime

Fox News: Community rallies to find Maryland teacher who disappeared after going for a walk
Community rallies to find Maryland teacher who disappeared after going for a walk
Beloved teacher, Mariame Toure Sylla, goes missing in Greenbelt, Maryland. Police investigating her disappearance. Concerned friends and family hold vigil in hopes of finding her.


Fox News: Suspected cop shooter killed in standoff with SWAT team near Universal Orlando: police
Suspected cop shooter killed in standoff with SWAT team near Universal Orlando: police
Two Orlando Police officers were shot and critically injured during a traffic stop. The suspect, identified as Daton Viel, had an extensive criminal history and was later killed in a SWAT team standoff at a hotel near Universal Orlando.


#sports

Fox News: NASCAR indefinitely suspends driver after liking George Floyd meme
NASCAR indefinitely suspends driver after liking George Floyd meme
NASCAR driver Noah Gragson is suspended for liking a meme mocking George Floyd's death on social media. Gragson is indefinitely suspended by NASCAR and replaced by Josh Berry for the upcoming race in Michigan. Gragson expresses disappointment in himself and apologizes for his actions.


#other

Breitbart: Exclusive: Biden's Migrant Detention Facilities Exceed Capacity as Crossings Increase Again
Exclusive: Biden's Migrant Detention Facilities Exceed Capacity as Crossings Increase Again
The Border Patrol is facing overcrowding issues in migrant detention facilities along the southwest border. Increasing numbers of large migrant group crossings are due to frustration with the functionality of the CBP-One application. Daily apprehension numbers peaked at nearly 6,000 per day. The overcrowding is caused by the inability to quickly process migrants and remove them from the facilities. The Biden Administration's CBP-One application has caused frustration among migrants trying to acquire admission appointments. The overcrowding is worsened by the expiration of the CDC Title 42 authority and the end of the Migrant Protection Protocol. ICE Air is unable to remove migrants fast enough, leading to lingering overcrowding.