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Thai Princess Suddenly Collapses

Thai government allegedly voiding Pfizer contracts.

7.8 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Turkey, Kills 5,000

"Like the apocalypse."

‘This Is Deeply Immoral’: Croatian President Criticizes Nato’s Handling of Ukraine War

Croatian President Zoran Milanovic criticized recent heavy tank deliveries to Ukraine and NATO’s overall handling of the conflict while addressing reporters in the nation’s capital last Monday.

43-Year-Old Tennis Player Dies During Match

Ryan Vannah, a native of Las Vegas and the United States Tennis Association 40+ champion for the last two years, suddenly dropped to a knee and then laid down on the court during a doubles match at the Red Rock Country Club.

Scientists Sound Alarm Over Bird Flu Mutations

Health officials from Europe and the US are calling for international action to tackle the spread of avian influenza as fears grow that the virus could mutate and spread among humans.

9-Year-Old Viciously Beaten on Florida School Bus: Parents Pressing Charges

Heartbroken mother demands action after daughter viciously beaten on school bus.

The Fake Meat Industry Is Failing, But That Might Lead to Governments Propping It Up

Impossible Foods, manufacturer of plant-based meat alternatives, is laying off 20 percent of its workforce.

Fentanyl Kills Nearly 1,500 Americans Every Week, CDC Data Shows

The US is in the midst of a catastrophic fentanyl epidemic that is causing an eye-watering number of deaths and tearing the fabric of American society apart.

We’ve Seen This Movie Before

Recently the Republican chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee expressed concern that some wayward Republican’s might need some “education” on the dire global consequences if Russia wins the war in Ukraine.

Katie Hobbs Blocks Scheduled Executions of 100 Murderers in Controversial Move

Arizona Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs is beginning her term with a controversial decision that has Republicans and the families of victims up in arms.

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