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Friday July 28th, 2023 day edition

image for Preview: Sony's Next Great First-Party Game Is Media Molecule's Tren, Made in Dreams

Media Molecule might be taking a step back from Dreams in the near future, but it's going out on a high note.

Each level has target times to beat, but not all of them are simple races to the end.

You'll need to explore each course, hitting switches to open gates, finding carriages and cargo, and overcoming see-saws, loops, ramps, and many other obstacles.

It's certainly not a simulation, but you still need to be a little careful if you want those gold medals.

It's a great idea that rounds out what will be easily the most robust and polished game Media Molecule has released within its creation suite.

Tren is it, and it'll be well worth booting up Dreams to play along when it launches on 1st August.

The game will be available in Dreams on 1st August, 2023, free to all players. »

Trump Tried to Delete Mar-a-Lago Security Footage to Thwart Investigators

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De Oliveira allegedly told the employee something to the effect of “the boss” wanting the server containing the security footage “deleted.”

Last month, the former president pleaded not guilty to 42 federal counts related to his handling of classified material.

This story was updated at 7:45 p.m. to include additional details regarding charges brought against Trump, Walt Nauta, and Carlos de Oliveira. »

Feinstein gets confused in Senate Appropriations hearing, has to be prodded to vote

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein had to be corrected and told to vote during a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on Thursday.

During Thursday’s hearing, Feinstein was meant to cast her vote on the Defense Appropriations bill, requiring her to say “Aye” or “Nay,” when her name was called.

“She started to give a statement, was informed it was a vote and then cast her vote.”. »

Workers at companies that tested out a 4-day workweek are happier and more efficient — and firms made more money. One lawmaker says it's 'here to stay.'

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Workers were happier and more efficient, and their firms ended up bringing in more in revenue.

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"This is very promising for the sustainability of this model, and we look forward to tracking companies' experiences well into the future. »

Manatee dies after ‘high-intensity sexual behavior' with brother at Florida aquarium

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According to the Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium in Sarasota, Florida, the resident manatee, Hugh, died unexpectedly on April 29th after showing changes in his behavior until he suddenly became unresponsive in his habitat.

According to a statement following his passing, the aquarium said the manatee and his brother Buffett, were the world's only manatees to participate in voluntary, detailed behavioral research designed to aid manatee conservation.

According to the aquarium, this was the first time such heightened mating behavior was witnessed between the two manatees. »