What’s trending today: August 30, 2022 – cleveland.com

Looking more like a boat ramp, the receding Pearl River flood waters hide the parking lot of the athletic fields on Westbrook Road in northeast Jackson, Miss., Monday, Aug. 29, 2022. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)AP
A look at some of the top headlines trending online today including climate change, flooding concerns, Donald Trump and much more.
Mississippi governor declares water emergency for state capital (AP)
Pakistan floods are ‘a monsoon on steroids’, warns UN chief (BBC)
Greenland ice sheet set to raise sea levels by nearly a foot, study finds (Washington Post)
Secret Service official at center of testimony about Trump’s actions on Jan. 6 retires (CBS)
DOJ says it recovered some potential attorney-client information in Mar-a-Lago search (NBC)
With 10 weeks until midterms, election deniers are hampering some election preparations (ABC)
Tiny batteries are sending more children to the ER, report finds (CNN)
Eyes on Kherson as Ukraine claims bold move on Russians (AP)
Amazon’s bestselling mattress is a health hazard, lawsuit claims (CBS)
Serena Williams begins US Open with a convincing singles win (CNN)
Astronaut Nicole Aunapu Mann set to become 1st Native American woman in space (GMA)
Ozzy Osbourne Moving Back to England Because He’s ‘Fed Up’ With Mass Shootings in America (Billboard)
Lance Bass and Danielle Fishel Are Making a Movie About Their Real-Life Romance in the ‘90s (People)
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