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Michael Flynn saga is not over: Court of Appeal to redo the case

A federal appeals court in Washington, DC, on Tuesday will re-heat the case of Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser. The rare move could continue to challenge the Justice Department’s controversial decision to cancel the Flynn prosecution. This is the latest development in a case that began three years ago when prosecuting a defendant who seemed blunt to a defendant who admitted lying to the FBI but has turned into a confusing story recently. Fighting between one branch of government and another. Flynn pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI but later reversed course, claiming investigators were manipulating him to make false statements. The government has also reversed course and has sought to dismiss the case.

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President Donald Trump said he was “pleased with General Flynn. He was treated terribly.” This happened after an appeals court denied Flynn’s right to prosecute. (June 24)

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The Big Ten presidents meet again with the possibility of being canceled in the fall

The Detroit Free Press sources, part of the USA TODAY Network, on Monday night remained adamant that nothing has changed since Sunday when the principals of the universities during the Big Ten meeting met and congregate. There are still plans to officially cancel the fall sports. Tuesday. Many knowledgeable about the process said presidents voted 12-2 to end the season, though the Big Ten said Monday afternoon no official voting took place. ESPN reports that presidents will meet at 10:30 am ET Tuesday. If a cancellation happens, it will mark the first time football is not held in the fall in 125 years of congress. The remaining four conferences in the Power Five – SEC, ACC, Big 12 and Pac-12 – have yet to announce any decisions regarding next season, although Pac-12 is expected to follow in the footsteps of the Big Ten. in the cancellation.

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What I’m listening to: Dan Wolken details his conversations with university administrators and their fears about hosting a college soccer season during a pandemic. That’s one of the many reasons for its potential delay.

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TikTok is believed to be suing the Trump administration

TikTok, the video-sharing app, is reportedly planning to file a lawsuit against the Trump administration on Tuesday, according to NPR. The move comes after President Donald Trump signed an executive order late on Thursday that would block all U.S. transactions with TikTok’s parent group in China, ByteDance, in September unless they found US buyers. This is the latest move by the administration to force the application of video sharing to cut ties with Beijing. In a statement from Friday, the company said it was “shocked by the recent Executive Order, which was issued without any legal process.” Both Microsoft and Twitter are said to be in talks to acquire TikTok, which has more than 800 million active users worldwide.

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Facebook is rolling out a new app for Instagram called Reels. This app is almost identical to the popular social media app TikTok.

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Oprah Winfrey demands justice for Breonna Taylor

For the first time in 20 years, Oprah Winfrey won’t appear on the cover of “O, The Oprah Magazine.” Instead, the magazine put Breonna Taylor on the cover of the September issue, third issue, with a focus on anti-racism and white privilege. Taylor, 26, EMT, was shot dead by police officers who broke into her home on March 13. Special number of systematic racism check and included list of anti-stool actions racism that a reader may make, such as assisting black-owned businesses, donating to specific organizations, and reading certain articles. Winfrey’s magazine also announced that they will set up 26 billboards in honor of Taylor throughout her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, which read: “Asking the police regarding the murder of Breonna Taylor was arrested and accused.”

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Breonna Taylor appeared on the cover of “O, The Oprah Magazine” in September. This is the first cover in the history of the non-Oprah Winfrey publication.

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Harry & Meghan: The all-new talking book ‘Free Search’ debut

The book about Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan is released on Tuesday. The book, “The Search for Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Formation of a Modern Royal Family,” by two British journalists, aims to tell a “realistic” story of the reason and logistics of the trip. Fly the Duke and Duchess of Sussex away from royal life. in January. An excerpt from the book details the couple’s struggles to remain involved with the royal family, including how Harry feels “not protected” by his family. They also emphasized the feelings traumatized by the couple’s decision to live independently in exile. The couple has moved to Los Angeles, seeking financial independence, greater freedom from palace custody and more privacy from the media.

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