The Daily Populous

Monday August 29th, 2022 morning edition

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Coconut Creek insurance agent Dustyn Shroff said the insurance market in Florida has “collapsed.”.

“Citizens Insurance, the company of last resort, was not designed to take on this many policies,” Shroff said.

“As a local insurance agent, we find out about these cancellations at the same time the homeowner does.”.

The first-time homeowners were able to secure insurance and made their mortgage payments on time.

“There are going to be people who lose their mortgages and are forced out of their homes because of this.”

“My wife and I are trying to decide are we going stay in Florida.”

-Dr. Allen Lavina, Homeowner#PropertyInsurance #Florida #Homeowners — Christina Boomer Vazquez, M.S. (@CBoomerVazquez) August 26, 2022. »

Germany: Gas storage filling up faster than expected ahead of winter

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"The reservoirs are filling up quicker than planned," he told German magazine Der Spiegel according to a report published on Sunday.

The government target of reaching 85% storage capacity by October could be achieved by the beginning of September, according to Habeck's ministry.

The next target is 95% by November 1, which at the current rate should also be met ahead of time. »

'Disgusting': Kinzinger slams Republicans who went after Hillary Clinton over her emails but are now defending Trump taking classified material to Mar-a-Lago

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Kinzinger slammed fellow GOP members criticizing Clinton over her emails but backing Trump following the Mar-a-Lago raid.

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Rep. Adam Kinzinger slammed fellow Republicans who criticized Hillary Clinton over emails but are backing former President Donald Trump after storing highly-classified documents at his Florida estate. »

Russia 'Absolutely' Tried to Infiltrate Mar-a-Lago: Former FBI Official

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During his interview on MSNBC, host Katie Phang asked Strzok if he believes it's a possibility that the Russians would have been interested and "possibly tried to infiltrate" Mar-a-Lago to get classified information.

Strzok was fired from the FBI after text messages from 2016 were released revealing anti-Trump remarks between himself and FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

The former president also said that the FBI search was part of a broader partisan "witch hunt" targeting him and his family. »