What defeat of Trump-backed candidate in all-GOP special House runoff election in Texas means
Is the victory by Jake Ellzey over Susan Wright – who enjoyed the former president’s backing – in Tuesday’s runoff for Texas’ 6th District a sign that Trump’s clout over the GOP is waning?
Olympian Dominique Dawes applauds Simone Biles after withdrawal: 'It takes courage'
Former Olympians are supporting the decision of superstar gymnast Simone Biles, who withdrew from the final, all-around competition at the Tokyo Games.
Affordable housing project in Detroit suburb robbed of 80K in AC units
An affordable housing project in a Detroit suburb was robbed of $80,000 in air conditioning units.
US citizens can travel to England without quarantine, but the favor isn't returned
Fully vaccinated travelers from the United States and Europe will be able to enter England without needing to quarantine, in a major lift for holidaymakers, airlines and the UK’s beleaguered tourism industry.
Prince Harry’s spokesperson denies royal’s second book will be released upon Queen Elizabeth’s death
The U.K.’s DailyMail originally alleged that the Duke of Sussex agreed to a “lucrative four-book deal – with the second due out only after the queen has died.” However, Prince Harry called the claim inaccurate.
Maryland police show bodycam video of deadly officer-involved shooting of Black man at McDonald’s drive-thru
Maryland authorities played body camera video at a press conference Tuesday of the fatal officer-involved shooting of a Black man allegedly seen with a weapon in his vehicle at a McDonald’s drive-thru.
Mexico vigilante group abducts 21, burns homes in raid on town, officials say
Hundreds of armed men belonging to a newly-formed vigilante group called “El Machete” have abducted 21 people while burning vehicles and at least a dozen homes in a southern Mexico town, officials say.
Column: Bob Mitchell: Bob Mitchell: Grandchildren supply 4th entertainment (7/28/21) - Cassville Democrat
Column: Bob Mitchell: Bob Mitchell: Grandchildren supply 4th entertainment (7/28/21)
Court rejects new trial for Netflix's 'Making a Murderer' subject Steven Avery
The Wisconsin Court of Appeals on Wednesday unanimously rejected “Making a Murderer” subject Steven Avery’s request for a hearing on new evidence that he wanted to present for a new trial.
Pelosi calls McCarthy 'a moron' for his mask mandate criticism
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy a “moron” after being asked by a reporter about his criticism of the Capitol physician’s mask mandate in the House, another sign of the souring relationship between the two House party leaders.
13% of released migrants appear at ICE offices, report says
Just 13 percent of the roughly 50,000 illegal immigrants released in the US without a court date — and ordered to report to Immigration and Customs Enforcement — have bothered to show up, a new report said.
Pennsylvania man confesses to 33-year-old cold case murder after DNA match, police say
A Pennsylvania man has admitted to the 1987 cold case murder of an 85-year-old woman after DNA linked him to the gruesome crime, investigators said Tuesday.
News Emmy Award nominations roasted by critics as ‘laughable’ liberal love fest celebrating media elite
The 42nd annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards nominations were unveiled on Tuesday and critics feel the “laughable” choices prove the event is nothing more than a liberal love fest celebrating corporate media.
These are the new UNESCO World Heritage Sites
A prehistoric solar observatory in the middle of a desert. A decades-old railway that bisects two soaring mountain ranges. Striking art etched into rocks that dates back 7,000 years.
There may be more Olympians who identify as LGBTQ than ever before. But there are limits to inclusion
The 2020 Summer Olympic Games are already historic, and not just because they’re taking place a year later than scheduled. This year’s Olympics feature, by one count, more participants who identify as LGBTQ than at any other Games.
Group sues Johnson & Johnson over products marketed to Black women
A Black women’s advocacy group filed a lawsuit Tuesday accusing Johnson & Johnson of selectively marketing the company’s talcum-based products, including Johnson’s Baby Powder, to African-American women despite knowing for years that the items had been linked to ovarian cancer, an allegation J&J denies.
Porsche dynasty taking on Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk in space
Porsche SE, the family holding company that controls Volkswagen Group, is the latest big investor to bet on space’s crucial role in developing future technologies.
Watch: Mother in Labor Traumatized by Nurse, Told Newborn Will be COIVD Tested Whether She Agrees or Not
As bad as government restrictions in the name of a “public health crisis” suck in America, they’re worse in the United Kingdom. Is that much of a consolation? Not really. But it is a reminder of why we broke up with England and are never, ever, ever getting back together. A pregnant woman goes into labor. She goes to the hospital, as women are known to do in situations like this. A nurse informs the mother her baby is going to be given a COVID test as soon as she’s born. This is where the fat...Show more
New find shows animal life may have existed millions of years before previously thought
Simple animal life may have existed in Earth’s oceans 890 million years ago, according to new research.
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Dragon Axes is city’s newest entertainment - Daily Leader