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North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile, Prompting Evacuation Warnings in Japan
In this issue: North Korean missile tests that landed near Japan cause scare, and Trump suing former legal team member Mike Cohen
North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile that landed in the waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan on Thursday, prompting a false alarm for residents on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile was fired from the east coast of the Korean Peninsula. North Korea has been conducting a series of missile tests this year in response to US-South Korean military drills, which it views as rehearsals for invasion. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed to enhance his country's nuclear arsenal in a “more practical and offensive” way earlier this week.
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THE HILL — Trump hits former fixer Michael Cohen with $500M lawsuit
Former President Trump has sued his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, for alleged breach of contract and other claims. The lawsuit alleges that Cohen breached the confidentiality agreement he signed as a condition of employment with Trump by revealing Trump's confidences and spreading falsehoods about him with malicious intent. The suit asks for damages in an amount to be determined at trial, expected to exceed $500 million. The complaint takes issue with Cohen's book, podcast, and media appearances, claiming he maliciously worked to acquire attention and wealth at Trump's expense. Cohen is expected to be a key witness in the Manhattan District Attorney's criminal prosecution of Trump over hush money payments. The suit, filed in federal court in the Southern District of Florida, alleges that Cohen regularly revealed confidential information, with significant portions of his claims deemed false. Trump has also sued Cohen for an additional $74,000 over a reimbursement the former president argues Cohen was not entitled to.
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