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Saturday September 7th, 2019 evening edition

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Donald Trump is “in severe mental decline” and “won’t make it” to the next election, a former top aide has claimed.

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Mr Scaramucci said he believed the president’s chances of re-election were “diminishing every day” – but admitted there was “still a chance there”.

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Sources told Business Insider that the president’s advisers were particularly concerned about his refusal to acknowledge his claim was false.

“People are used to the president saying things that aren’t true, but this Alabama stuff is another story,” they said.

"No one knows what to expect from him anymore," one former White House official told Business Insider, speaking anonymously. »

Wikipedia down: Online encyclopedia not working as pages fail to load for some users

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“Wikipedia was hit with a malicious attack that has taken it offline in several countries for intermittent periods,” a spokesperson said late on Friday night.

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The attack on Wikipedia comes just months after Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp stopped working simultaneously in July. »

Vinyl Is Poised to Outsell CDs For the First Time Since 1986

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Last year, the Recording Industry Association of America’s (RIAA) mid-year report suggested that CD sales were declining three times as fast as vinyl sales were growing.

In February, the RIAA reported that vinyl sales accounted for more than a third of the revenue coming from physical releases.

Vinyl revenue grew by 12.8% in the second half of 2018 and 12.9% in the first six months of 2019, while the revenue from CDs barely budged. »

Jury selection to begin in trial of Dallas officer Amber Guyger, who shot a man in his own apartment

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(CNN) Jury selection is expected to begin Friday in the case of a former Dallas police officer who faces a murder charge after she shot and killed a man in his own apartment last September, according to CNN affiliate KTVT.

Amber Guyger shot and killed Botham Jean, an unarmed black man, after entering his apartment, believing that it was her own, according to police.

Guyger's defense team has requested a change of venue for the trial, citing "prejudicial" and "inflammatory" media coverage. »

Google Maps Is Still Directing Women Seeking Abortions to Pro-Life Clinics — and a Memorial for the ‘Unborn’

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But if you’re searching for a clinic around the state’s second-largest city, Google Maps won’t tell you about it.

Google knows that Maps struggles to differentiate facilities that offer abortions from those that don’t, spokesperson Paul Pennington told VICE News.

That’s why Google deploys human analysts from its fraud and spam team to flag businesses that misrepresent themselves on Maps. »