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Former President Donald Trump is facing additional charges in the case over his handling of classified documents. The superseding indictment accuses Trump, along with two of his aides, of trying to delete security video from Mar-a-Lago to keep federal investigators from viewing it. The new charges came down hours after Trump's legal team met with special counsel Jack Smith in Washington, D.C., indicating that Trump will soon face another indictment over his bid to interfere with the 2020 election. And in headlines: the Justice Department opened a civil rights probe into the Memphis Police Department, a judge has given opponents of Atlanta's 'Cop City' more time to gather signatures to stop the project, and this month is already on track to become the hottest July ever recorded.
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