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- A federal judge rejected Donald Trump's latest effort to block the Manhattan district attorney from obtaining his tax returns, dismissing his argument that a subpoena seeking eight years of his tax returns was “wildly overbroad.”
- Hello there, hope you are doing well, here are some tips on how to write better emails, let me know what you think.
- Tonight's Mets/Marlins game has been postponed because at least one Mets player has tested positive for COVID-19.
- A mail carrier writes about the threat that Trump poses to the election: "First of all, we know what Trump (and the postmaster he appointed) are trying to do. We’re not allowed to talk about it at work. But we all know. He’s trying to mess with the collection of absentee ballots. Period."
- According to Brian Stelter's upcoming book on Fox News, staffers feel trapped in a Trump cult. Even Sean Hannity seems a bit in-over-his-head: “Hannity would tell you, off-off-off the record, that Trump is a batshit crazy person,” one of Hannity's associates said. Another concurred: “Hannity has said to me more than once, ‘he’s crazy.’”
- A group of 100 Staten Island and Brooklyn restaurants are planning a class-action lawsuit to try to force the city and state to reopen indoor dining in New York.
- InfoWars correspondent Millie Weaver was hailed as a "deep state victim" after being arrested last week, and raised over $170K as a result—now it turns out the reason she was arrested was for allegedly robbing her own mother.
- At least five writers have left the CBS drama All Rise, which has a Black woman as its protagonist, over arguments with the showrunner over its depictions of race and gender.
- A Brooklyn mom told the Post about how she and her six kids were kicked off a JetBlue flight from Orlando to Newark because one of her kids wouldn't wear a face covering.
- Book scammer Dan Malloy will be played by Jake Gyllenhaal in an upcoming series directed by Janicza Bravo and based on the great New Yorker article about him.
- Ben Affleck seems like he's in a good place in his life, but playing Batman again in a Flash movie feels like backsliding to me.
- And finally, this is quality entertainment:
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