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Trump says he won't oppose Mar-a-Lago search warrant release
US & Canada · Washington

Trump says he won't oppose Mar-a-Lago search warrant release

48% Center coverage: 107 sources
Former President Trump said in a statement late Thursday he would not oppose the release of a warrant authorizing the FBI to search his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida. "Not only will I not oppose the release of documents related to the unAmerican, unwarranted, and unnecessary raid … I am going a step further by ENCOURAGING the immediate release of those documents," Trump said. The documents have been drawn up by radical left Democrats and possible future political opponents, Trump said. The former president also called the raid "unAmerican, unwarranted, and unnecessary"See the Story
U.S. Disney+ ad-free subscription cost to rise by 38% in December
Business · Orlando

U.S. Disney+ ad-free subscription cost to rise by 38% in December

78% Center coverage: 76 sources
Disney Plus subscribers in the U.S. will see a price hike on December 8. The ad-supported Disney Plus tier will cost $7.99 per month, up from $6.99. The price of the ad-free version of the service will rise to $10.99 a month, or $109 per year.See the Story
South Korea to pardon Samsung’s Lee, other corporate giants
Corruption · Suwon-Si

South Korea to pardon Samsung’s Lee, other corporate giants

56% Center coverage: 58 sources
South Korea’s president will formally pardon Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong, one year after he was released on parole from a prison sentence for bribing former President Park Geun-hye as part of the massive corruption scandal that toppled Park’s government, the justice minister announced Friday. The pardon is largely symbolic, with Lee already out on parole after serving 18 months in jail for bribery relating to his time leading the world's biggest smartphone and memory-chip maker. Lee's crimes were directly tied up in the corruption scandal that led to the imprisonment of former president Park Geun-Hye, in office from 2013-2017.See the Story

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