A court filing from the Justice Department suggests former President Donald Trump's legal team likely "concealed and removed" some government documents prior to the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago. The DOJ asked a federal judge in Florida to reject Trump's request for a "special master." CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa and former federal prosecutor David Weinstein joined CBS News' David Begnaud to discuss.
- The Daily Beast
Terry Bradshaw, a Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback and one of the co-hosts on Fox NFL Sunday, revealed Sunday on air that he has battled cancer twice in the last year. Bradshaw had an incident during the pregame show last week and addressed them on Sunday’s episode before the rest of the schedule kicked off. “Last week on […]
- Miami Herald
Marjorie Taylor Greene deceptively tells Trump rally that Democrat 'killings' of Republicans have already started
Speaking at a Donald Trump rally in Michigan, Marjorie Taylor Greene baselessly claimed that the "killings" of Republicans by Democrats had begun.
- Panthers Wire
In a scenario straight out of a video game, we'd have the Panthers snatching QB Kyler Murray away from the Cardinals in Week 4's "Player Prowl."
- Country Living
Donald Trump thinks a two-page disclaimer he staples to his financial documents makes him immune from fraud. Not everyone thinks that's crazy.
- The Hill
- Miami Herald
A pair of disturbances are in the Atlantic Ocean Sunday morning, one of which the National Hurricane Center estimates has a high chance of becoming a storm system by next weekend and one of which has a high chance of becoming nothing.
- MMA Junkie
- Business Insider
The US Navy said 'traces' of jet fuel were found in the water on the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz. A sailor says the problem was way worse.
"We were exposed to an unhealthy amount" of jet fuel, a sailor told Insider, adding that they believe the seriousness of the situation was downplayed.
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A 4-foot 'shark' was filmed swimming in a flooded backyard after Hurricane Ian pummeled southwest Florida — and yes, the video was deemed real
The infamous "hurricane shark" hoax has duped people into believing a wayward sea creature appeared ashore after a storm. But this time, it was real.