Trump couture gets a boost with this new MAGA Hat design

Trump couture just got an upgrade.

The former president unveiled a new iteration of his “Make America Great Again” hat for fans in an email to potential Save America donors.

“I just designed our BRAND NEW MAGA Hat and I want YOU to have it,” he wrote in that message. “You’ve always been one of my most LOYAL supporters, so I don’t want you to have just ANY hat… I want YOU to have the MAGA Hat that I personally HAND-SIGNED for YOU.”

Some pieces even include Donald Trump’s signature.

Just what does the new item look like, and how much does it cost?

Will Trump break out his latest design for his upcoming rally in just a couple weeks?

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This man is charged with murdering his wife who had been having an affair for years

A Colorado woman who has been missing since May of last year had been involved in a two-year affair, with a married father of six, before she disappeared, authorities say. Now her husband is on trial for her murder. 

Barry Morphew was arrested back in June, and yesterday’s hearing revealed that the couple’s relationship had been plagued by domestic violence and guilt trips. 

Apparently, a neighbor called police after Suzanne Morphew didn’t answer her daughter’s Mother’s Day text. Her husband had never reported her missing.

What other dramatic details of her case were revealed yesterday?

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The number of job openings surge above 10 million for the first time

Yesterday, the Labor Department reported a whopping 10 million job openings in June, a figure that represents a new record. That is one million more payrolls than economists had expected. 

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the hospitality sector led the way, with over 1.6 million job openings. Health care came next with 1.5 million available spots. 

“Labor demand keeps getting stronger,” said Nick Bunker, who is the director of research at Indeed Hiring Lab. “This is the third straight month of record-breaking job openings. The quits rate is also close to its all-time high, which was set just two months ago in April. This wave of demand will eventually recede, but job seekers should ride it until then.” 

This news came on the heels of a promising July jobs report, which went out last week. 

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This woman has been missing since 1978… did divers just find her remains?

A missing woman who has not been seen for more than four decades may finally have been found at the bottom of the Connecticut River, authorities say.

New Hampshire State Police say the recently-discovered vehicle that housed the human remains likely belonged to Alberta Leeman, who went missing when she was 63 years old.

“The vehicle that was found yesterday is a 1972 Pontiac LeMans with a license plate of OB610, which is the license plate that was registered to Ms. Leeman at that time,” an official said. 

Divers discovered the vehicle upside-down, and covered in layers of sediment, in the Connecticut River. 

Officials want to know how the car, and the driver, wound up beneath 14 feet of water. 

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How does Donald Trump praise his Operation Warp Speed?

Over the weekend, former President Donald Trump gave a Fox News interview where he said that his administration’s Operation Warp Speed saved millions of American lives.

“I think if we didn’t come up during the Trump administration with the vaccine, you could have 100 million people dead, just like you had in 1917,” he said. “You take the Spanish Flu, 100 million people, up to 100 million people, died. I think we’d be in that territory.”

While he was president, this country ordered 200 million vials of the Pfizer vaccine and 200 million doses of the Moderna solution. 

“The vaccines turn out to be a tremendous thing,” he said. “It’s something I’m very proud of.”

But he stopped short of saying that Americans should be forced to get the jab. 

“I really believe in somebody’s choice, somebody’s freedom,” he said.

What else did he get into during the interview?

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Hall of Fame football coach Bobby Bowden has died at 91 years old

The legendary Florida State football coach, Bobby Bowden, who transformed his school’s reputation, has died at 91 years old, his family says.

Bowden passed away on Sunday morning, at home, in Tallahassee, Florida, of pancreatic cancer.

“It truly was peaceful,” his son, Terry, said in a text message.

The Hall of Fame icon had disclosed that he had a terminal illness earlier this year. 

“I’ve always tried to serve God’s purpose for my life, on and off the field, and I am prepared for what is to come,” he had said, then. “My wife, Ann, and our family have been life’s greatest blessing. I am at peace.” 

During his career, Bowden totaled nearly 400 wins and earned countless other accolades.

“Florida State University has lost a legend in the passing of Bobby Bowden,” said the school’s president. “Coach Bowden built a football dynasty and raised the national profile of Florida State University, and he did it with class and a sense of humor.”

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How a North Carolina woman was found buried in concrete at home

A 70-year-old woman was murdered and buried in concrete in her own basement, and the woman hired to take care of her is a person of interest, authorities say.

Lynn Gay Keene, who had last spoken to her family in June, was reported missing in late July. When investigators arrived at her home, in Linville Falls, North Carolina, they saw that her car wasn’t there. 

Officials eventually found the vehicle, with two empty bags of concrete inside. For Detective Tim Austin, it was his first clue that “something was up.” 

When he and another investigator opened the basement door, they saw the concrete structure. Officials began breaking up the concrete, and what they saw as they did so was quite disturbing. 

“In my 16 years in law enforcement, I’ve never seen anything like this,” Austin said.

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These are the top things to watch in the market this week

On Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 saw new records at closing. Those benchmarks increased 0.8% and 0.9%, respectively, while the Nasdaq Composite increased 1.1%.

In the week ahead, investors will be focused on a suite of inflation reports with an eye for how they might impact the Fed’s easy monetary policy. Last week, the July jobs report reflected a sturdy gain of 943,000 new payrolls. That information, coupled with this week’s inflation data, could provide insight into when the central bank will begin easing up on its bond-buying program. 

“I think the keys for the next week are going to be both [the consumer price index] and [the producer price index],” said Michael Arone, of State Street Global Advisors. “We get some inflation data for consumers and for businesses. Those will be closely watched. Jobless claims as well.”

Earnings season winds down this week, with far fewer companies reporting in the coming days. Wendy’s and eBay report on Wednesday, while Walt Disney and Airbnb share on Thursday.

What else is on the economic calendar in the week ahead?

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What did he say this time? The president gaffes again…

During a speech he delivered yesterday morning, President Joe Biden managed to sneak in one of his signature gaffes. 

Biden was talking about the latest jobs report, touting the increase of 943,000 payrolls in July, when he decided he deserved an extra pat on the back. He wanted to brag about the number of Americans who have been vaccinated so far. 

But, as it turns out, the joke is on him, because he got the number very wrong. 

“We have roughly 350 million people vaccinated in the United States and billions around the world,” he said. “We have to get more vaccinated. I said, well over, what’s the number —  350 million Americans have already been vaccinated.”

This would be a pretty big deal if there was any truth to it.

The biggest issue with that statement? There aren’t even 350 billion people living in this country right now. Cue the eye roll. 

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Kids at summer camp found a dead man who may have committed suicide

Parents who sent their kids to sports camp in the Berkshires were in for a surprising email from directors this week. 

Campers were gathering wood on Thursday afternoon for the much-anticipated, end-of-summer event known as “rope burn,” where participants compete to see who can make the best fire. 

That’s when they stumbled upon a dead body in the woods.

A police spokesman said the man appeared to be 35 years old, and they suspected that he died by suicide, but an investigation has not yet been closed.

“A counselor and three of our oldest campers were in the woods at the border of camp and private property collecting wood for a big event,” the directors said in their email. They said the campers all appeared to be “emotionally stable.” 

What happened next?

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