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Texas city fires animal shelter workers after dozens of pets improperly euthanized: officials

Five employees were fired and a manager resigned after at least 38 dogs and cats were reportedly euthanized without proper authorization at an animal shelter in Sugar Land, Texas.

John Cena breaks Guinness World Record for most wishes granted through Make-A-Wish Foundation

John Cena made the Guinness Book of World Records after fulfilling 650 wishes through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Cena is the foundation's most requested celebrity.

Navy Pier 3 year old: Boy allegedly pushed by aunt into Lake Michigan in Chicago dies

Victoria Moreno of Illinois may be facing upgraded charges after she allegedly pushed her 3-year-old nephew off Chicago's Navy Pier into Lake Michigan. The toddler died on Sunday.

Efforts to prevent military suicide plagued by incomplete data and continued stigma, expert says

A study showing that the Department of Veterans Affairs has potentially undercounted veteran suicides by over 30% is part of a larger issue in tracking the problem.

King Charles has zero plans to include Prince Andrew in monarchy’s future, royal expert claims: ‘Truly over’

Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II’s second son, stood down from royal duties after a disastrous interview in November 2019 discussing his ties with Jeffrey Epstein.

From Jussie Smollett to BYU, the media's history of peddling race hoaxes

The media has a long history of peddling racially-charged falsehoods from accusing Covington teen Nick Sandmann of racism to the "noose" allegedly found in Bubba Wallace's garage.

Green group influencing Biden admin has deep ties to Chinese government

A major New York-based environmental group that has a large influence in the Biden administration simultaneously has extensive ties to the Chinese government.

Tennessee man with autism starts successful recycling business, cherishes 'interacting with customers'

Twenty-one-year-old Ashton Gilbert, who has autism, started picking up boxes in the Lebanon, Tenn., area during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now UnBoxed recycling is far bigger than that.

California Gov. Newsom must not declare war on doctors over so-called medical ‘misinformation’

California Gov. Newsom must kill insane new medical bill, leave doctors alone and not declare war on them because of so-called medical ‘misinformation.’

Aaron Judge's quest to hit 61st homer vs Red Sox ends early due to rain

Aaron Judge's quest for his 61st home run of the season was met with thunderstorms on Sunday night as the New York Yankees' win against the Boston Red Sox was called early.

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