Former president Donald Trump won a legal victory on Monday when a federal judge granted his request that a “special master” be appointed to review documents seized by the FBI in its raid at Mar-A-Lago.
According to the Associated Press, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon’s order – which could be appealed – allowed an “outside legal expert” to determine if the documents could be covered under attorney-client privilege or executive privilege.
Trump’s lawyers and the Justice Department must submit by Friday a list of proposed candidates for special master.
One stabbing suspect found dead
One of two brothers sought in the stabbing murders of 10 people in Canada is dead, and the other may be wounded.
The New York Times is reporting that Damien Sanderson, 31, was found dead and his brother, Myles Sanderson, 30 may have been wounded.
They are believed by police to be the knife-wielders who also wounded 18 people in a small community in the province of Saskatchewan on Sunday.
Also in the news … President Joe Biden kept the political pressure on Monday in his Labor Day address, saying that today’s GOP was “not your father’s Republican Party,” referring to what he called “the Trumpies.”
Sports: Angels win, Dodgers fall
Shohei Ohtani hit two home runs and Mike Trout one as the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Detroit Tigers 10-0 Monday night in Anaheim.
They were Ohtani’s 31st and 32nd homers of the year and Trout’s 30th. Jose Suarez (6-6) worked seven innings, yielding three hit. He struck out seven batters and walked one.
The win was the Angels (59-76) seventh victory in 10 games.
The Los Angeles Dodgers (92-42) lost 7-4 to the San Francisco Giants at home. The Blue Crew got off to a fast start with a two-run home run by Freddie Freeman – his 17th homer of the year – in the bottom of the first, but the visitors scored three times in the third and three in the fifth to decide the game.
Andrew Heaney lasted 5.1 innings, yielding six hits and six earned runs. He struck out eight batters and walked one, but was touched for four home runs.
Weather: Still in the 90s …
The outlook for most of the West Orange County area for this week calls for daytime highs the low- to mid-90s, with coastal areas about eight degrees cooler.
Tuesday should be 92 with an overnight low of 72 under sunny skies. Wednesday may be slightly warmer at 94 (73), then back down to 92 (76) with mostly sunny skies. But looking ahead to the weekend, Saturday has a forecast of a 39 percent chance of showers with a high of 83.
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