August 14, 2023

Though I don’t have a headline regarding the devastating Maui fire that is proving to be the deadliest fire in America in modern history, the tragedy and message of the event should weigh heavy on all of us. In fact, in an interview, the governor of Hawaii had a stark message for the world. He basically told us all to wake up and start realizing climate change is exacting a deadly toll on all of us until we start taking it seriously. The bigger question is: Where is the next Maui?; The Danish Air Force had an interesting confrontation with Russian bombers headed to Dutch NATO airspace. The bigger question is what were the Russians trying to do?; A new study about who likes Trump is a mix of the expected and the surprising; While there have been measures taken to minimize concussions during play and medical treatment on the spot to allay hospitalizations, no one really knows when it’s safe to reenter the game – until now; Do you ever grab your phone after watching a film to learn more about the cast? You’re not alone and now, there’s an app that makes it far easier to quell your curiosity. Go beyond the headlines…

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