Sunday evening tropical update: Eta could become a hurricane overnight – WWLTV

  1. Sunday evening tropical update: Eta could become a hurricane overnight  WWLTV
  2. Eta forms, tying Atlantic record for most tropical systems in a season  Ars Technica
  3. Tropical Storm Eta forms in the Caribbean and ties for most named storms in a season  CNN
  4. Tropical Storm Eta forms, tying record for most named storms in a season at 28  CBS News
  5. Sunday 7 am Tropical Update: Hurricane Eta to form Monday south of the Gulf  WWLTV
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NASCAR Playoffs Round of 8 results: Chase Elliott wins, Kevin Harvick misses out on the Championship 4 – CBSSports.com

  1. NASCAR Playoffs Round of 8 results: Chase Elliott wins, Kevin Harvick misses out on the Championship 4  CBSSports.com
  2. Harrison Burton wins in Xfinity Series’ return to Martinsville; Championship 4 set  NASCAR
  3. God’s Pit Crew logo featured on NASCAR driver’s car  WSLS 10
  4. Martinsville set for high-stakes Sunday in NASCAR playoffs  Charlotte Observer
  5. Harvick’s championship hopes come to an end at Martinsville  NASCAR
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Hunter's laptop with phone numbers for Clintons, Obama cabinet 'secured' by password 'Hunter02'

(DAILY MAIL) — The son of the man expected by many to be America’s next President abandoned a laptop containing a treasure trove of top-secret material, including his father’s private emails and mobile phone numbers, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

In an astonishing lapse, Hunter Biden chose to protect his MacBook Pro computer – crammed with what an IT expert last night described as a ‘national security nightmare’ and ‘classic blackmail material’ – with a single, simple password: Hunter02.

Remarkably, the 50-year-old businessman and self-confessed drug addict took the machine to a back-street IT store in Delaware in April 2019 to get it repaired – yet never returned to collect it.

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Unidentified Migrant Remains Increase at U.S./Mexico Border, A Somber Reminder Of Human Smugglers’ Cruelty And The Hazards of the Dangerous Journey To The U.S.

WASHINGTON—The number of migrants attempting to reach the United States has decreased due to COVID-19, but dangers remain high for those who still attempt the journey.

CBP’s enforcement encounters with illegal border crossers totaled 458,088 people in FY20, 53 percent lower than the encounters in FY19, which was 977,509. U.S. Border Patrol agents across the Southwest border have found at least 300 unidentified migrant human remains during fiscal year 2019, the highest number since FY 2016. Additionally, the Pima County, AZ Medical Examiner’s Office has recovered 3,081 decedents since 2000, but as of Dec. 31, 2019, 1,111 decedents remain unidentified.

“Every death of an undocumented person in the deserts of my county is a human rights tragedy,” said Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier. “In 2020, we are on pace to have a record number of recoveries, each one being someone’s brother, father, son, mother. My department expends significant resources doing these recoveries. Each must be treated as a crime scene in often very remote areas.”

Dr. Gregory Hess, Pima County Chief Medical Examiner, is often tasked with positively identifying hundreds of anonymous dead bodies of men, women and children, many from Central America.

Unidentified border crossers (UBCs)—the majority ranging in age between 50 and 89—often pass away as the result of dehydration from the sun or starvation after their smugglers abandon them.

“We still have about 800 to 850 that are unidentified,” he said in a testimonial video that was also translated into Spanish. “Most of the remains that we call undetermined are likely people that have died from exposure…who may not have water available to use.”

According to the 2019 Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner Annual Report, these unidentified border crossers (UBCs)—the majority ranging in age between 50 and 89—often pass away as the result of dehydration from the sun or starvation after their smugglers abandon them. Others died from tragic accidents or even as victims of homicide during the journey.

Migrants between the ages of 20-29 accounted for the highest number of suicides. The report noted that in 2019, 41 percent of identified UBCs were of Guatemalan nationality, followed by

37 percent Mexicans, 10 percent Salvadorans, 4 percent Hondurans, 4 percent Ecuadorians, one Indian, and one Nicaraguan. However, historic trends since 2000 show more than 80 percent of UBCs have been Mexican nationals.

CBP Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan stated that migrants are often packed into stash houses or trailers. These illegal attempts pose dangerous health risks for both the migrants and the general public.

“Alien smuggling networks are exploiting, abusing, and profiting off of misinformed individuals and families,” Morgan said. “Human smugglers aren’t service providers. They are career criminals involved in other dangerous criminal activities.”

The sad reality lies with the remains stacked in body bags on shelves in the refrigerated Pima County medical examiner’s facility, many of which are tagged with John or Jane Doe.

A more recent example of these dangers came earlier this year when Border Patrol agents in Big Bend Sector in Texas rescued a man who had been abandoned in sub-freezing weather for three days after being injured attempting to cross the border illegally. Had agents not found him, the man could have been added to the sobering statistic of deaths at the border.

“Migrants must remember that if they so much as stumble and fall or need to rest because of heat exhaustion, human smugglers will leave them to die,” Morgan said. “The uncertainty of the voyage and the grief that follows the many preventable tragedies we see are just not worth it.”

Napier agreed, adding, “We must redouble our efforts to secure our border to dissuade people from engaging in the dangerous and too often fatal activity of coming into our country without proper documentation.”

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Chase Elliott races into NASCAR championship as Kevin Harvick is eliminated – ESPN

  1. Chase Elliott races into NASCAR championship as Kevin Harvick is eliminated  ESPN
  2. ADVANCING through the NASCAR Playoffs: Championship 4 set  NASCAR
  3. NASCAR fans travel hours to attend final elimination race with COVID-19 precautions  WSET
  4. Kevin Harvick: “I’ve been punched in the gut a lot harder”  Motorsport
  5. Chase Elliott secures first Championship 4 appearance with Martinsville win  NASCAR
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Dozens Take Part In 'Trump Train' Caravan Event In Philadelphia – CBS Philly

  1. Dozens Take Part In ‘Trump Train’ Caravan Event In Philadelphia  CBS Philly
  2. Caravan of drivers supporting Trump clogs Beltway’s outer loop Sunday  WTOP
  3. ‘Trump Train’ takes over Beltway traffic around nation’s capital  FOX 5 DC
  4. President Trump campaigns in Hickory on Sunday  WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro
  5. Trump criticizes COVID-19 crowd size limits, promises vaccine at Rochester rally  Bring Me The News
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Trump says Sean Connery helped him obtain 'approvals for a big development in Scotland' – Fox News

  1. Trump says Sean Connery helped him obtain ‘approvals for a big development in Scotland’  Fox News
  2. President Trump pays tribute to Sean Connery as actor’s widow reveals he had dementia: ‘It was no life for him’  Yahoo Entertainment
  3. Which James Bond Actors Did Their Own Stunts (& Which Never Risk It)?  Screen Rant
  4. Remembering Sean Connery: Iconic James Bond and Actor’s Actor  The Wall Street Journal
  5. Sean Connery has always been James Bond — and always will be  New York Post
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Prince William ‘Struggled to Breathe,’ as He Secretly Battled Coronavirus

Prince William ‘Struggled to Breathe,’ as He Secretly Battled CoronavirusPrince William secretly battled coronavirus, even struggling to breathe—but kept his April ordeal a secret because he didn’t wish to alarm the public.The Sun reported Sunday that William, 38—who is second in line to the British throne—contracted the virus after his father Prince Charles and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson both fell ill with coronavirus. Johnson became so sick he was placed in the intensive care unit of a London hospital.Prince Charles Survives Coronavirus, and Shows Us the King He Might BeA source told The Sun, “William was hit pretty hard by the virus—it really knocked him for six. At one stage he was struggling to breathe, so obviously everyone around him was pretty panicked. After seeing medics and testing positive—which was obviously quite a shock given how fit and healthy he is—William was determined it should be business as usual though. He was determined to fulfill his engagements.”The Sun reported that William told one observer at an engagement: “There were important things going on and I didn’t want to worry anyone.”William reportedly received treatment from Buckingham Palace doctors, isolated at his and wife Kate’s rural home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk, and continued to carry out 14 telephone and video call engagements. William had a seven-day break from calls and video messages after April 9, the Sun reported, but during April carried out multiple engagements, including appearing on the BBC’s charity Comic Relief show, alongside comedian and author Stephen Fry.A source told The Sun, “The Queen delivered her ‘We Will Meet Again’ address (on April 5, the day that Boris Johnson was hospitalized) and he just didn’t want to worry people. He felt there were more important things going on in the country.”The news about William’s coronavirus battle broke the day after Johnson announced Britain was entering a second national lockdown, after it was revealed the U.K. had passed more than one million coronavirus cases.A palace source told The Sun that “as a result of his own experiences, he (William) realizes absolutely anyone can catch this awful disease—and knows how imperative it is that we all take this second lockdown seriously.”Prince Charles, who fell ill in March, said in June he had “got away with it quite lightly…I was lucky in my case… but I’ve had it, and I can so understand what other people have gone through.” Charles said he felt “particularly for those who have lost their loved ones and have been unable to be with them at the time. That, to me, is the most ghastly thing. But in order to prevent this happening to so many more people, I’m so determined to find a way out of this.”Charles said in June that he had been “terribly sad” at not being able to see the rest of the family because of the pandemic.The Daily Beast has reached out to Kensington Palace for comment.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.



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