What Trump has to worry about now

Donald Trump hears the footsteps of law enforcement getting closer, and he’s not happy. He has posted a bitter 900-word rant — one of the longest statements he’s issued since leaving office — aimed at New York Attorney General Letitia James. It offers a revealing look at Trump’s growing legal troubles, now that a long-running investigation into the Trump Organization by James’s office has ratcheted up and may now include the possibility of criminal charges.

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Apple's rivals may never be able to catch up to its powerful new chip

Early in the testing phase of Apple’s M1 chipset, a milestone new product for the company, the processor was installed in a batch of Mac computers and given to staffers working on applications that demanded heavy processing power. It was a pivotal moment: the first time Apple had made its own chip for any of its computers, shifting away from years of using a one-size-fits-all option from Intel.

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Biden administration 'on borrowed time'?

Politically, President Joe Biden’s administration is living on borrowed time. As negotiations with Republicans over the infrastructure package are stalling in predictable fashion, and events overseas are demanding more of the President’s attention, the sound of the ticking political clock keeps getting louder. Democrats could lose their narrow hold on control of the House and Senate in next year’s midterm elections.

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Ted Cruz is wrong about 'Latinx'

A quiet story in the entertainment site Deadline that television star Eva Longoria and Black-ish creator Kenya Barris would be developing a new sitcom revolving around a “modern Latinx family” seemed to set off Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Wednesday. “No actual Latino uses the woke made-up term Latinx,” he tweeted, reiterating a now familiar conservative talking point.

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