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Thursday August 18th, 2022 morning edition

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Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz's GOP opponent Mark Lombardo suggested in an ad that Gaetz is the possible Mar-a-Lago informant.

The attack ad suggests that Gaetz had something to do with the FBI search of Donald Trump's property.

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Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz's Republican primary opponent Mark Lombardo suggested in a new attack ad that the incumbent congressman is the possible informant involved in the FBI's raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.

"When Donald Trump really endorses someone, he goes big," a narrator says at the beginning of the ad.

Trump's ex-personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen previously told Insider that he suspects the possible informant to be one of Trump's own children, or his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

And Trump's allies have begun finger-pointing to root out the possible informant in their midst. »

The ‘New Tales from the Borderlands’ release date and details have leaked

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According to Amazon, the game is officially titled ‘New Tales from the Borderlands’.

Gearbox announced in April that it was developing an “all new Tales from the Borderlands adventure” for release in 2022.

In April, Gearbox announced plans to acquire US-based studio Lost Boys Interactive, which co-developed the then-recently released Borderlands spin-off Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. »

Physical buttons outperform touchscreens in new cars, test finds

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Design teams at most car manufacturers love to ditch physical buttons and switches, although they are far superior safety-wise.

One important aspect of this test is that the drivers had time to get to know the cars and their infotainment systems before the test started. »