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Read: Trump's filing with the Supreme Court
Former President Donald Trump has asked the Supreme Court to intervene in the dispute over materials the FBI seized from his Mar-a-Lago estate this summer. Read the filing here.
Hear what Trump told Haberman about Ron DeSantis
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman discusses what former President Donald Trump told her about the political rise of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and the possibility of DeSantis running against him for the 2024 GOP nomination.
Lawyer refused Trump instruction to tell National Archives all records had been returned
Soon after former President Donald Trump returned 15 boxes of presidential records to the National Archives and Records Administration earlier this year, he instructed one of his lawyers to tell the agency that all of the material
Justice Department asks court to speed up appeal of special master review in Mar-a-Lago case
The Justice Department has asked a federal appellate court to speed up its schedule for weighing the department's appeal of a judge's order requiring a special master to review classified documents from Mar-a-Lago.
A mother of four traveled to Fort Myers to celebrate her birthday. Now her family is preparing to lay her to rest
• Homes are 'not livable' on islands cut off from Florida mainland, with 'alligators running around' • Video: Man films his swim through storm surge to save his mother
US and South Korea test-fire missiles in continued response after North Korea launch
• The US Navy's latest and most advanced US aircraft carrier deploys for first time
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A tiny fish that once caused an epic conservation fight is no longer under threat
The snail darter, a tiny Southeastern fish that derailed a federal dam during an epic battle over Endangered Species Act protection in the '70s, is no longer considered imperiled, officials announced.
Former Northeastern employee arrested and charged with faking a bomb blast on campus
The suspect staged the explosion, triggering a massive police response and campus evacuation, officials say. Authorities believe a letter he said accompanied the explosives also came from him.
Flight attendants to get more rest time under a new FAA rule
The FAA will require airlines to give flight attendants at least 10 hours of rest time in between shifts, the same as pilots, to help reduce fatigue. Current rules allow as little as 8 hours of rest.
Transgender inmates are often abused in prison. Meet one woman fighting back in court
When transgender people are arrested, they're often put in prisons that don't align with their gender identity. Some are taking legal action to try to get moved to prisons that match their gender.
Two groups want to put focus on carbon credits from urban forests
Carbon credits for urban forests by a Seattle nonprofit recently got some of the highest prices ever. The buyer hopes it's the start of a new marketplace that will fetch more from smaller projects.
Florida's insurance market was already on the edge — then Hurricane Ian hit
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Mark Friedlander of the Insurance Information Institute about the economic cost of Hurricane Ian and what challenges Florida residents might face as they rebuild.
Former Northeastern University employee charged with staging on-campus bomb hoax
An employee of Boston's Northeastern University who ran a media lab was charged Tuesday with staging a bomb hoax. Officials say they found a threatening letter on his computer.
Damage from Hurricane Ian has made it hard for some Floridians to get to their homes
Pine Island, Florida's largest Gulf Coast island, was devastated by Hurricane Ian. Many residents stayed behind but have limited access to the mainland after the main road leading there was destroyed.
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Trump seeks Supreme Court ruling in Mar-a-Lago dispute
The former president wants an outside expert to vet 103 documents with classification markings.
Angelina Jolie accuses Brad Pitt of abuse on private plane
Angelina Jolie says Brad Pitt grabbed her head and attacked two of their children, which he denies.
Elon Musk Twitter deal back on in surprise U-turn
In a letter to Twitter, the billionaire said he would buy the business and honour his original deal.
US midterms: 'America's elections could turn really nasty'
Amid warnings of violence, the first vote since the Capitol riot will be a huge test of US democracy.
Herschel Walker: US Senate candidate denies report he paid for girlfriend's abortion
The Daily Beast reported the anti-abortion Republican paid for the procedure for a girlfriend in 2009.
Woman handcuffed in police car hit by train... and survives
This is the moment a train collided with a police car in Colorado - with a woman in the back seat.
Elizabeth Holmes: Theranos founder gets hearing on new trial
Elizabeth Holmes requested a new trial after claiming federal prosecutors presented misleading evidence.
Robert Gilman: Ex-US marine jailed in Russia for drunken attack
Robert Gilman is the latest American to be given a lengthy prison term in Russia.
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Why Christian Walker Denounced His Father Herschel Walker Over Abortion Allegation
The feud was sparked by a report that Herschel Walker, who runs an anti-abortion campaign, had paid for a girlfriend's abortion.
Ron DeSantis Is at the Forefront of New Republican Climate Politics
DeSantis has sought to pay for his state to adapt to a changing climate but not to address its greenhouse gas emissions.
Country Radio Still Won’t Play Loretta Lynn’s “The Pill”
While the 1975 ode to birth control is considered a pillar of country music, it remains all but absent on classic country radio.
5 Governors’ Races That Will Define the Midterms and Trump’s Hold on the GOP
The races all feature Republicans defined largely by how much they embraced, or ran away from, Trump
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