Friday, October 22, 2021

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DeSantis signs bill that permanently allows ‘alcohol to go’ in Florida restaurants

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Thursday morning to make to-go alcohol sales permanent in Florida.

1,000 Feral Cats Unleashed by Animal Shelter on Chicago Streets to Fight Major Rat...

In its fight against an urban rodent infestation, a Chicago animal shelter has unleashed 1,000 feral cats onto the streets in the last decade.

Dinosaur-killing asteroid strike gave rise to Amazon rainforest

The asteroid impact that killed off the dinosaurs gave birth to our planet's tropical rainforests, a study suggests.

Philadelphia to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in place of Columbus Day

The city of Philadelphia will no longer observe Columbus Day — and that has organizers of the city’s annual celebration up in arms.

A YouTuber with 2 million subscribers was accused of messaging a fake 13-year-old in...

A YouTuber was seemingly caught attempting to meet up with a young girl. The incident was a vigilante operation staged to expose the YouTuber.

How a 13-Year-Old Made His $25 Billion Empire from Selling Soda

The Marriott is the world's largest hotel chain. But before it became a living example of the American dream, it was a failing A&W root beer stand.

Adorable dog named Picasso because of his ‘twisted face’ is saved from certain death...

Adorable dog named Picasso because of his 'twisted face' is saved from certain death at a high-kill shelter - and forms an unlikely friendship with a pot-belly PIG at his new home.

Black Lives Matter co-founder quits role amid controversy over $3m property portfolio

A Black Lives Matter co-founder has resigned from her role as executive director amid controversy over her $3m property portfolio.

Man urinates on Asian woman, 25, inside New York City subway car and other...

Police in New York City are looking for a man who urinated on a young Asian-American woman inside a Queen-bound F train over the weekend.

An Alaska father was sentenced to federal prison for kidnapping and ‘hiding’ his two...

An Alaska man was sentenced to time in prison for abducting his own children. Leo James Chaplin kidnapped his children during a family trip to the Philippines in 2014.

Report: California DMV Driver License Bribery Scheme Exposed

California Department of Motor Vehicles employees at two Los Angeles-area offices took thousands of dollars in bribes to approve driver licenses, federal prosecutors said.

An Oregon man stole a cash register out of a restaurant, hit a parked...

An Oregon man stole a cash register out of a Wilsonville Sheri's restaurant, hit a parked car, and abandoned a cat while trying to get away from deputies, according to Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

Will Pepe Le Pew be canceled after Dr. Seuss? New York Times columnist claims...

A columnist for The New York Times has published an op-ed that claims the Looney Tunes French skunk Pepe Le Pew 'normalized rape culture.'

House Democrats Pass Bill To Make D.C. The 51st State

House Democrats voted today to make Washington, D.C. the 51st state and grant long-overdue congressional representation to more than 700,000 Washingtonians, the majority of them Black and brown. The bill passed over unanimous Republican opposition.

Eleven people are injured, two critically, after waterfront Tennessee restaurant deck collapses during a...

Eleven people were rushed to the hospital and two are in critical condition after an elevated deck outside a waterfront Tennessee restaurant collapsed during a party Saturday afternoon