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FBI recovered 11 sets of classified documents in Trump search: report
US & Canada · Washington

FBI recovered 11 sets of classified documents in Trump search: report

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The FBI recovered 11 sets of classified documents while conducting the search of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property, including some materials marked as "top secret/SCIi" the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. See the Story
House approves Biden’s flagship climate and tax package
US & Canada · Washington

House approves Biden’s flagship climate and tax package

Coverage: 91 sources
The final vote was 220-207, along party lines. Four Republicans did not vote. The legislation would reduce the deficit, be paid for through new taxes. It would raise over $700 billion in government revenue over 10 years. The bill would also spend over $430 billion to reduce carbon emissions.See the Story
Salman Rushdie may lose eye, is on ventilator, agent says
Stabbing · New York

Salman Rushdie may lose eye, is on ventilator, agent says

36% Right coverage: 81 sources
Salman Rushdie's agent says the celebrated author remains hospitalized and severely wounded from a vicious stabbing in New York state. Salman Rushdie is on a ventilator and unable to speak. Salman Rushdie will likely lose an eye and suffered severed nerves in an arm and damage to his liver after he was stabbed on Friday, his agent said. New York State Police have identified the suspect as Hadi Matar and continue investigating the attack. Rushdie was assaulted onstage earlier Friday as he took the stage at the Chautauqua Institution in western New York for a planned event. Authorities had yet to reveal a potential motive behind the stabbing or announce charges against Matar.See the Story

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