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Monday December 5th, 2022 morning edition

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Internal Twitter emails showed the Biden campaign asked the company to remove posts.

Some of the posts contained nude photos of Hunter Biden shared without his consent.

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"Handled these," an unnamed Twitter executive wrote in an email in response to five links shared by another Twitter employee.

Of the links to five since-deleted tweets that were shared in a screenshot by Taibbi, four had archives available online.

The links were literally to accounts that posted nude pictures of Hunter Biden, which is revenge porn and is unlawful in many states.".

Musk, Taibbi, and representatives for Twitter and the Biden administration did not immediately respond to Insider's requests for comment. »

Huge bear caught sleeping on front porch of Florida home

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What would you do if you opened your front door and saw a bear sleeping on your front porch?

Hours later, his neighbor sent him a text letting him know that there was a "big bear" in his front yard.

When asked what he thought when he first saw the bear, he jokingly said he hoped the bear was comfortable. »

North Korea publicly executes 2 teenagers for distributing South Korean movies — Radio Free Asia

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North Korea has publicly executed three teenagers by firing squad – two for watching and distributing South Korean movies and one for murdering his stepmother – two sources who witnessed it told Radio Free Asia.

In recent years, South Korean and Western movies, as well as music and TV shows, have spread throughout North Korea on easily concealable USB flash drives and SD cards.

North Korea has become increasingly worried about South Korean culture – viewed as decadent and anti-revolutionary – rubbing off on its youth. »

FDA change ushers in cheaper, easier-to-get hearing aids

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Over-the-counter, or OTC, hearing aids started hitting the market in October at prices that can be thousands of dollars lower than prescription hearing aids.

The FDA approved OTC hearing aids for adults with mild-to-moderate hearing loss.

OTC hearing aids aren’t intended for people with deeper hearing loss, which may include those who have trouble hearing louder noises, like power tools and cars. »