KSTP TV Jay Kolls said that the Ukraine war was half a world away. However, a top-ranking FBI agent revealed to 5 EYEWITNESS News that the effects may be much closer than you realize. Three weeks ago, FBI agent Michael Paul stated to 5 EYEWITNESS News in a one-on-1 interview that Russia is using the Ukraine war as a catalyst to conduct more attacks against the United States. He made this statement along with others on Aug. 3, when he was Special Agent-in Charge of the Minneapolis Field Office. Since then, he has been promoted to Assistant Director at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Paul stated that Russia would sweep the U.S. seeking cyber financial targets, which could include individuals, corporations, or small business owners. They may also be able to entrap Minnesota companies or individuals in this wide net in hopes of creating chaos and using up resources.
MPR News Story by Tom Crann and Megan Burks : “Minneapolis City Council Members heard last week from the public about a draft policy regarding police drones. The state law allows law enforcement to use unmanned aerial vehicles. However, departments must hold a public hearing before they can establish a drone program. Robin Wonsley, Ward 2 Council Member, stated that she would like to see more oversight of Minneapolis Police Department’s drone use.
CNBC Goh Chue Tong states that “fatigue, brain fog and heart palpitations are all symptoms of long-covid-and-what to do about it.” According to the Centers for Disease Control, these are some of the symptoms of long COVID that can be long-lastingly affecting people after they have recovered from infection. According to Dr. Greg Vanichkachorn of the Mayo Clinic’s COVID activity rehabilitation program, symptoms only make up half of the story. CNBC Make It explains what you should and shouldn’t eat if your COVID is long-term. 1. Vanichkachorn, a clinical nutrition professor at Boston University, and Joan Salge Blake, a Boston University clinical nutrition professor, stressed the importance of a balanced diet. They both said that a Mediterranean diet is beneficial for overall health. This diet is high in fruits, vegetables, olive oil and nuts. Blake said that fruits and vegetables are “powerhouses” when it comes essential vitamins and minerals.
Marianne Levine and Holly Otterbein wrote that the “most endangered Senate Republican incumbent” — who is trailing his reelection opponent in one of the most deeply divided states in the nation — could be facing a difficult vote on whether or not to enshrine homosexual marriage into law. This will happen just weeks before Election Day. The Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is closer to a vote that would place Sen. Ron Johnson in defense in the home-stretch of the midterms., a Wisconsin conservative, suddenly finds himself under scrutiny on a social problem that he has rarely been focused on in his decade-plus tenure in office. It’s not clear if he will make that small step to the center before a November election against Democratic Lt. Governor. Mandela Barnes has a slight lead in the public polls.
Also… at NBC News Sahil Kaur reports that GOP candidates in major Senate and House races have called for a reduction of long-term Social Security spending to combat inflation and solve the program’s financial problems. Democrats want them to pay a political price. They claim that the same Republicans have created a budget gap by cutting taxes from top earners. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported on Wednesday that Sen. Ron Johnson (a Wisconsin Republican) said that Social Security was ‘incorrectly set up’ and that it would have been more beneficial to invest the money into the stock market. Johnson stated earlier that Medicare and Social Security should be scrapped as mandatory programs. They would be subject to discretionary spending and must be renewed each year by Congress, otherwise they would be terminated.
Also at KSTP. “The Minneapolis Police Department is currently investigating what they believe to be a homicide that took place in the Como neighborhood of Minneapolis. Officer Garrett Parten, a spokesperson for the Minneapolis Police Department said that a man in his 30s was discovered with life-threatening gunshot wounds. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Investigators believe the woman and the man got into an argument that ‘erupted in gunfire’ Although they knew each other, the nature of their relationship is unknown.
Yahoo! Yahoo! Menominee Indian (Keshena, Wisc.) It lost its first game 76-0, and its second game 58-0. According to WJFW, and WAOW, it did not provide any public reasons for its decision. According to WAOW, the team has only 22 players. It is possible that safety could be a factor. Although players can play on both sides of the ball as they do in many other countries, a small team leaves little room for injuries and absences. This concern increases if an opponent physically dominates the game, which was the case in these two first games that ended in a combined score 134-0.
The Sioux Falls Argus Leader Morgan Matzen reported that Braxton Schafer, a 14-year-old Black freshman, was told by administrators at a South Dakota high-school on Friday that he had to cut his hair. Toni Schafer, his mother, told the Argus Leader that Braxton’s hair length has never been an issue. Since sixth grade, he has been attending Bishop O’Gorman Catholic schools. He first attended St. Mary in sixth grade and then he went on to St. Mary for seventh grade. Then he went on to the junior high school, where a grade seven and eight were taught. According to the current uniform code, boys must have hair that is longer than the collar.
Racket.com Em Cassel says, “The Big Lebowski + Costume Party the Parkway Theater. “Now, this a-here tale I’m about teetering on took place in the early 1990s, just at the time of our conflict against Sad’m and I-raqis. It’s because there is sometimes a man. I won’t call him a hero. Sometimes, however, there is a man. I’m talking about the Dude’. Sometimes there’s a woman, and sometimes there’s an actual man. Wow. I lost my train of thoughts here. But, aw, hell. “I’ve introduced him enough.” [Thursday, Sept. 1].