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Maui fires: Frustration mounts over relief effort

The lack of official aid has raised concerns among some residents on the Hawaiian island, prompting them to question the reasons behind this apparent deficiency. In the wake of various natural disasters and emergencies that have recently struck the island, these individuals are left pondering the absence of more government assistance. While the Hawaiian community has shown resilience in the …

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Chris Christie has some advice for Trump ahead of yet another likely indictment

Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey and a contender for the 2024 GOP nomination, recently appeared on ABC to criticize Donald Trump. Christie believes that in order to secure the nomination, he must directly confront the former president. Speaking to ABC’s Jonathan Karl, the former federal prosecutor emphasized the importance of Trump choosing his words carefully to avoid …

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Georgia elections official rails against Trump making himself a ‘martyr’ amid indictments

A Republican official in Georgia, Gabriel Sterling, who is responsible for overseeing elections in the state, expressed his concern that former President Donald Trump is portraying himself as a “martyr” to his supporters as he faces increasing legal troubles. Sterling’s boss, Brad Raffensperger, survived a Trump-backed primary challenge in 2022 after refusing to support Trump’s attempts to overturn the lawful …

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Police questioned over legality of Kansas newspaper raid in which computers, phones seized

A small police department in central Kansas is facing backlash after conducting raids on a local newspaper’s offices and the home of its publisher. Multiple press freedom watchdogs have deemed this move a violation of the U.S. Constitution’s protection of a free press. According to reports from the Marion County Record, police raided the newspaper’s office on Friday, confiscating computers, …

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Hawaii fires become deadliest in modern US history as ‘grim’ search for victims continues

Hawaii Governor Josh Green issued a stark warning to the world following a devastating “fire hurricane” that destroyed the historic town of Lahaina on the island of Maui. Speaking in an interview on MSNBC, Green explained that the state’s drought conditions resulting from climate change, combined with 60mph winds from Hurricane Dora, created the perfect conditions for the fires to …

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Saudi Arabia Appoints Envoy to Palestinians Amid Push for Ties With Israel

Saudi Arabia has appointed its first envoy to the Palestinian administration in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, signaling a possible shift in its stance towards Israel. The Saudi envoy to Jordan, Nayef Al-Sudairi, will now also serve as a “nonresident ambassador to the State of Palestine.” This move is seen as linked to efforts by the United States to establish diplomatic …

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Newborn girl killed alongside parents and brother as Putin’s troops bombard Kherson village

An entire family, including a newborn girl and her 12-year-old brother, was among the victims of intense Russian shelling in the village of Shiroka Balka in southern Kherson. The shelling, which occurred on Sunday, killed a husband, wife, 12-year-old boy, and 23-day-old baby girl. The Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that another resident in Shiroka Balka and two men …

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