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Wednesday November 17th, 2021 morning edition

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Trump contends that complying with the subpoena would “have enormous consequences, forever changing the dynamics between the political branches” and inevitably provide Congress with a “new weapon to perpetually harass its political rival.”.

Trump had previously asserted the novel claim of post-presidency executive privilege over the records the Jan. 6 Committee sought from NARA.

“[U]nder our Constitution and laws, no individual, including the sitting President, has the unilateral power to extinguish the executive privilege rights of living, former Presidents.

Two days after Chutkan’s ruling, on the eve of the deadline for the documents to be turned over, a three-judge panel on the D.C.

“A decision upholding the Committees’ request to NARA would have enormous consequences, forever changing the dynamics between the political branches.

It is naïve to assume that the fallout will be limited to President Trump or the events of January 6, 2021.

Every Congress will point to some unprecedented thing about ‘this President’ to justify a request for his presidential records,” Binnall wrote. »

Florida woman who sued for ivermectin dies from COVID

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Tamara Drock died Friday, 12 weeks after being admitted to Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, Ryan Drock told the Palm Beach Post.

He sued the hospital last month in an attempt to require doctors to administer ivermectin, a drug used to treat conditions caused by parasitic worms.

Ryan Drock, who also was infected but recovered from COVID, told the Post he's not giving up. »

RICOCHET Anti-Cheat™ Progress Report

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November 5th was also the launch of server-side upgrades to anti-cheat security, as part of the RICOCHET Anti-Cheat™ initiative.

The RICOCHET Anti-Cheat team continues to actively monitor Call of Duty: Vanguard, issuing bans throughout launch.

Additionally, in coordination with Sledgehammer Games, #TeamRICOCHET has worked to resolve exploits related to XP earn rates and unlocks. »

Teen accidentally invited to stranger’s Thanksgiving continues tradition six years later

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Teen accidentally invited to stranger’s Thanksgiving continues tradition six years later.

Wanda Dench of Mesa, Ariz. didn’t know that her grandson changed his phone number when she accidentally texted Jamal Hinton about Thanksgiving plans in 2016, according to The New York Times.

Every year since then, Hinton and the Dench family have shared a meal together on or around Thanksgiving — and this year is no exception. »

Satellites discover huge amounts of undeclared methane emissions

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The greenhouse gas , which is 80 times more potent than carbon dioxide, is leaking from gas pipelines, oil wells, fossil fuel processing plants and landfills all over the world.

Plumes of potent greenhouse gas methane leaking from a gas pipeline in Kazakhstan can be seen in this image captured by the European Sentinel 2 and Sentinel 5P satellites.

"These emissions actually relate to flare installations that are not being flared in the oil and gas industry," said Aben. »