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The man identified as the gunman in the suspected assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump was a 20-year-old from a Pittsburgh suburb not far from the campaign rally where an attendee was killed. Investigators were working Sunday to gather more information about Thomas Matthew Crooks of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, who they say opened fire at the rally and was subsequently killed by the Secret Service, just days before Trump was set to accept the Republican nomination for a third time. An FBI official said Saturday night that investigators had not yet determined a motive. Two bystanders were seriously injured,…

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A trader works on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., July 3, 2024. Brendan Mcdermid | ReutersAmericans are often accused, especially by those living abroad, of having too narrow a view of the world.Americans’ preference for the US also applies to investments. They focus mainly on the domestic market and are reluctant to make foreign investments.Despite what many experts say about diversification outside the US, Wall Street has been the best place for traders and investors for years.The S&P 500 has increased by almost 18% in 2024, while the Nasdaq Composite…

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Just hours after the shooting that left at least one spectator dead and two others in critical condition at a Trump rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, Saturday night, Republican Sen. J.D. Vance blamed Democrats and President Biden. “Today is not an isolated incident. The central premise of the Biden campaign is that President Donald Trump is an authoritarian fascist who must be stopped at all costs. That rhetoric led directly to the attempted assassination of President Trump.” In 2016, JD Vance’s college roommate said he called Donald Trump “America’s Hitler.” In 2024, JD Vance blamed President Biden’s “rhetoric” for the shooting…

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In a statement, Melania Trump called on the nation to unite, even though she and her husband have divided the country for years. The former absent first lady said in a statement: A monster that my husband recognized as an inhuman political machine tried to capture Donald’s passion — his laughter, his ingenuity, his love of music and his inspiration,” she said. “The core aspects of my husband’s life — his humanity — were buried beneath the political machine. Donald, the generous and compelling man I’ve known through the best of times and the worst of times. When the time…

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Top business executives condemned the political violence and wished Donald Trump, who was injured in an assassination attempt at a campaign rally on Saturday, a speedy recovery. That was in line with similar sentiments from heads of state around the world and with statements made by President Joe Biden. And just as Tesla CEO Elon Musk indicated after the shooting that he supports Trump for president, Pershing Square CEO Bill Ackman said he will support the Republican. Apple CEO Tim Cook “I am praying for President Trump’s speedy recovery. My thoughts are with him, the other victims, and the Trump…

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At 6 feet 3 inches tall and 300 pounds, two-time Olympic champion Ryan Crouser needs a lot of food to fuel his quest for gold.The shot put star, who won gold medals in his event at both Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020, needs to eat about 5,000 calories a day to maintain his size and strength.A typical breakfast might consist of a five-egg omelet with cheese and a quarter pound of turkey sausage, followed by two servings of oatmeal and a cup of blueberries. For his two lunches, he eats a pound of lean ground beef or chicken and 12…

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The Secret Service pushed back against a MAGA claim that President Biden rejected a request for additional security for Trump. The Secret Service released a statement: “There is a false allegation that a member of the former President’s team requested additional security resources and was denied. This is absolutely false. In fact, we have added protective equipment, technology, and capabilities as part of the increased pace of campaign travel.” Biden didn’t deny Trump’s security. In fact, there was a lot of security at the event. Events with presidential candidates have top-notch security. Journalists at…

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Have you heard of Queenstown, New Zealand? Everyone knows Queenstown as the adventure capital of the world, known for its variety of exciting activities and experiences in a picturesque setting, something straight out of a storybook. However, Queenstown is the place to be for those who are looking for a mix of adventure and luxury. Queenstown offers elevated, luxury experiences and accommodations, from private helicopter tours to relaxing in pure elegance in a private lodge. This blog will explore some of Queenstown’s best accommodations, restaurants and experiences through a luxury lens. Luxury accommodations Rosewood Matakauri Nestled on the shores of…

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Shortly after an attempt to kill him, former President Donald Trump on Sunday called for unity and resilience as shocked leaders across the political divide recoiled from the shooting that left him wounded but “fine” and the shooter and a rally attendee dead. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee said the upper part of his right ear was pierced in the shooting. His aides said he was in “good spirits” and doing well. “I knew something was wrong right away, I heard a whooshing sound, shots, and immediately felt the bullet rip through my skin,” he wrote on his social media…

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An operating room at SimVETThanks to: SimVETInside a sprawling $43 million Veterans Affairs facility equipped with operating rooms, intensive care units and an outpatient clinic, there are no patients. At least not real ones. The 53,000-square-foot building, located minutes from Orlando International Airport in Florida, is called the National Center for Simulation Validation, Evaluation and Testing, or SimVET. It serves as the primary hub where teams of VA frontline healthcare workers travel to practice procedures and test new technologies, all without posing unnecessary risks to patients.For example, if a team of clinicians wants to tweak their response to opioid overdoses…

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