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The state has been hammered once more, with severe weather leaving flooded streets, uprooted trees and ripped off roofs in its wake.
While the White House said the killings were “devastating,” officials said Israel had not flouted President Joe Biden’s warnings about a "red line."
The centuries-old tradition has become increasingly controversial in the countries where it is still practiced.
The attorney was barred from practicing law in the state for three years after she pleaded guilty to helping the former president try to overturn the 2020 election.
Gonzales narrowly beat YouTuber Brandon Herrera in a district that includes Uvalde, the city that saw a horrific 2022 mass shooting at an elementary school.
Jurors will have the option of convicting Trump of all counts, acquitting him of all counts or delivering a mixed verdict of guilty of some charges and not others.
North Korean officials said it would scatter “mounds of wastepaper and filth” over the South in a "tit-for-tat” action against the leafletting by South Korean activists.
"There is no real choice this November," the documentarian warned in a commencement address in which he also ripped Trump as the "opioid of all opioids."
Some people were stunned by the former president's handwritten message. Others thought it was a deliberate ploy.
The former president lashed out after the actor called him “a tyrant” and “a coward."