Trump voluntarily dismisses second lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James

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Donald Trump withdrew a second lawsuit Tuesday against New York Attorney General Letitia James related to her investigation into the former president and his family's business dealings. Trump’s lawyer, Alina Habba, said the appeal in Manhattan federal court "was voluntarily withdrawn for strategic purposes," according to The Associated Press. GEORGIA DA ASKS JUDGE TO KEEP TRUMP CRIMINAL PROBE REPORT SEALED, CITING CONCERN FOR ‘FUTURE DEFENDANTS'© AP Photo/Brittainy Newman, File New York Attorney General Letitia James speaks during a press conference, Sept. 21, 2022, in New York. U.S. District Judge Brenda Sannes threw out Trump’s original lawsuit against the New York attorney general in May 2022, allowing her civil investigation to proceed. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney agreed that he would keep the report private at least for now.
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Exclusive: BBC slashes World Cup team to cut costs

© Nicholas.T.Ansell / PA Wire BBC Broadcasting House in Portland Place - Exclusive: BBC slashes World Cup team to cut costs - Nicholas.T.Ansell / PA WireThe BBC has slashed its team for the World Cup in Qatar to save money after spending heavily on its coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the death of Queen Elizabeth II. “In its centenary year, I’m afraid the BBC has its priorities totally wrong, favouring so-called talent over seeking and reporting the truth.”© Provided by The Telegraph Gary Lineker - Exclusive: BBC slashes World Cup team to cut costs - Getty ImagesTelegraph Sport has been told upset staff were ordered to cancel trips to Qatar just weeks before the World Cup begins, with bosses blaming the cost of covering the war in Ukraine. The World Cup could prove almost as seismic, with the tournament having been plagued by controversy ever since it was awarded to Qatar almost 12 years ago, ranging from corruption linked to its allocation to human rights abuses there. The BBC declined to comment on the scale of the World Cup staffing cuts, how much licence fee payers’ money would be saved as a result, or how much had been spent on its news coverage this year. A spokesperson said: “The World Cup is a highly-anticipated event in the global sporting calendar and the BBC has a long, proud history of bringing major international football tournaments and associated news coverage to audiences.

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