A section of Highway 1 in Big Sur has disappeared. One lane of the highway was struck by debris flow and washed away, Caltrans reported. The road continues to erode as debris and water continues to flow down off the Big Sur mountains. According to Big Sur Fire, the section of highway is located at Rat Creek, south of Esalen and north of Big Creek. Caltrans crews will be out at the damaged section of road Friday morning to fully assess the damage.
- The Wrap
Jolie had leveled accusations of physical and verbal abuse by her ex-husband in 2016
Trump was so distracted by grievances that he never got round to returning secret documents the FBI found at Mar-a-Lago: NYT
Sources told The Times the procedures for returning documents were ignored during the chaotic final days of Trump's presidency.
- The Courier Journal
Narratives around this disaster have run amuck with some going so far as to name the people dealing with it as the harbingers of their own destruction
- In The Know by Yahoo
Some social media users love the new item, but others claimed it was strange and disappointing.
- CBS News
"They took a great, a great person who wanted to help the community and wanted to better us as people," friend and fellow coach Heith Mayes said.
According to a doctor, one change could've saved Princess Diana's life.
- Yahoo Life
Jennifer Aniston is already missing her sunny beach vacation. The actress shared a few photos in a trip recap to Instagram on Monday.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyIn a recent interview with Russian state media outlet TASS, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s North American Department, Aleksandr Darichev, said that in the event the U.S. designates Russia a state sponsor of terrorism, it would represent “a point of no return” in relations between the two countries. Speaking on behalf of the country that ruthlessly invaded its smaller neighbor and is continually being accused of human right
Trump attempts to use a Truth Social post to make a legal request for the DOJ to give Mar-a-Lago-raid documents back
Trump seemed to attempt to give his social-media network legal force, writing, "By copy of this TRUTH," alongside a request for documents back.
The Fox News host admitted that voters could reject Trump if he runs again.
- Rolling Stone
Blake Masters in Arizona, Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania, and Ron Johnson in Wisconsin are going to have a little less help than they would have hoped this fall
Giuliani says Trump's first reaction to the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago was to boast about the size of the crowd supporting him outside
"You see the number of people in front of Mar-a-Lago already?" Giuliani recalled Trump saying in the aftermath of the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago.
- Kansas City Star
“My brain is having a very hard time trying to comprehend how absurdly different the basement is from the rest of this gorgeous house.”
- Business Insider
Putin brags that Russian weapons are 'years, perhaps even decades' ahead of rivals as his army pulls old Soviet-era tanks out of deep storage due to losses in Ukraine
Heavy armor losses in Ukraine forced Russia to pull obsolete tanks out of storage to replace more modern tanks destroyed or damaged in combat.
Fox News host wonders aloud whether Trump could have tried to sell highly classified material to the Russians or Saudis
Eric Shawn asked whether Trump had tried to sell or share the documents found by the FBI at Mar-a-Lago with "the Russians" or "the Saudis."
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
What if Willy Z would've hit off the rocks next to the 11th green.
Ron Johnson 'not overly concerned' about top secret information being leaked from classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago
He said he thought Mar-a-Lago was a "pretty safe place," adding that he was "not overly concerned" if classified documents were kept there.
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Smith is No. 3 in the FedEx Cup standings.
- E! News
Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane took a trip to St. Tropez with their daughters. Learn about the “#goodtimes” on their family vacation.
Former US intel officer says Mar-a-Lago is a 'nightmarish environment' for secret documents and that they needed to be taken back
Mar-a-Lago was a constant worry for intelligence officials and an obvious target for foreign spies, experts have said in the wake of the FBI's raid.