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Jeffrey David Salazar, 54, faces a felony charge for possession of a controlled substance

An employee at a Sonic Drive-In restaurant in New Mexico was arrested after he lost his bag of cocaine that somehow ended up on a customer's hot dog, according to police.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:34

Engaging in woke politics has led to an endangerment of some firms' fiduciary responsibilities

Woke corporate governance, which recently led to the fiscal hemorrhaging of Anheuser-Busch and Target, often begins with investment firms pressuring them to behave in certain ways, a former executive at the beer conglomerate said.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:33

Etsy and Dwight were rescued together and are best friends

Two bonded dogs are available for adoption after being found wandering the streets of California. 

Etsy and Dwight were found on a busy street in Hayward, California, walking side by side.

A good Samaritan saw the pair and picked them up, keeping them safe while searching for their owners, according to Muttville Senior Dog Rescue in California.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:32

The guide claimed, 'Avoid terms like biological sex, along with biological male and biological female'

The latest media style guidance from the Associated Press instructed journalists in their reporting to respect LGBTQ subjects’ preferred pronouns, advised them to avoid terms like "biological sex," and provided a mini lesson arguing for the existence of transgender medical procedures for minors

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:31

Cameron Robbins, 18, reportedly jumped off a cruise in the Bahamas into shark-infested waters on May 24

On the baseball diamond, Cameron Robbins was a "fierce competitor" who was remembered for pitching with a separated shoulder and broken hand.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:30

Western allies have invested time and money to train up thousands of Ukrainian troops

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that his forces stand ready to launch their long-promised counteroffensive to reclaim Russian-occupied territory.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:29

End of the war: Huge parts of Europe and Asia had been left in ruins. Homecomings and mass burials were under way. Massive efforts to rebuild had just begun. Here are 39 incredible photos of the aftermath of World War II

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:28

We're used to hearing about hurricanes hitting places like Florida, Louisiana, and Texas, but a 1913 event called the White Hurricane took place far away from those oceanside states. The White Hurricane struck the Great Lakes region over a three-day period in November, resulting in more than a dozen shipwrecks and 250 deaths. More than a century later, the White Hurricane is still the biggest inland maritime disaster in American history.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:26

At 11:39 p.m. on April 14, 1912, a young lookout named Frederick Fleet spotted an iceberg. His ship was headed straight for it. The Titanic made impact, and two hours and 40 minutes later, the boat was lost to the ocean forever.

2,224 people were on board. Only 700 survived.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:25

This set of vintage black and white photographs were from a 1904 European trip of an unknown traveller. These random images allow us to take a peek into the everyday life of Germany more than 100 years ago.

See for yourself.

Tourists at the Frauenkirche, Nürnberg

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:23

When it comes to college dorms, some things never change. It may have modernized over time (WiFi, TV, air-conditioning, etc.), but when you see these college dorm photos, put together by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's archives department over the course of 110 years, you'll notice how family photos are still hung on walls and how students still chill out with their friends in their rooms - some things never change.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:22

English-born Boston Corbett was the Union Army soldier who shot and killed John Wilkes Booth.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 13:21

Theodore Roosevelt once found himself in a bar fight in Mingusville, Montana, now Wibaux, Montana, around the summer of 1884 (Roosevelt never specified the exact date of the incident). That time, he was still relatively unknown in the area.Theodore Roosevelt once found himself in a bar fight in Mingusville, Montana, now Wibaux, Montana, around the summer of 1884 (Roosevelt never specified the exact date of the incident). That time, he was still relatively unknown in the area.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:35

A German pioneer of aviation, known as “the flying man” by the name of Otto Lilienthal, was the first person to create well-documented successful gliding flights repeatedly. Beginning 1891, he made over 2,000 flights in gliders he personally designed, inspiration derived from his research on the flight of birds but specifically of the storks.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:33

 For centuries, Aleppo was the Syrian region's largest city and the Ottoman Empire's third-largest, after Constantinople and Cairo. It is also one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. But the ongoing Syrian Civil War has laid waste to this ancient city. UNESCO World Heritage Sites have been demolished, along with Mosques, markets, roads, parks, and countless buildings.

Since 2014, Olympia, a local restaurant in Aleppo, has been posting heartbreaking before and after photos on Facebook, capturing the unspeakable damage the city and its people have endured.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:32

At the end of autumn 1938, Himmler decided to establish a concentration camp for women in Ravensbrück. This location was chosen by Himmler because it was out-of-the-way yet easy to reach. Ravensbrück was a small village with many forests and lakes, not far from Furstenberg. There was a good road from Furstenberg to Ravensbrück and the rail station of Furstenberg had a direct link to Berlin.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:31

 The two largest ice sheets on earth — the one on Antarctica and the one on Greenland — extend more than 6 million square miles combined.

If all of earth's land ice melted, it would be nothing short of disastrous. Lots of European cities like, Brussels and Venice, would be basically underwater. In Africa and the Middle East? Dakar, Accra, Jeddah — gone. Millions of people in Asia, in cities like Mumbai, Beijing, and Tokyo, would have to move inland. South America would say goodbye to cities like Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:30

The country’s life expectancy problem gained renewed attention in recent years during the COVID-19 pandemic after seeing the largest drop since World War II.

As U.S. life expectancy continues to plummet, a new report found the country has been at a life expectancy disadvantage since the 1950s, and it has only gotten worse since then.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:28

WASHINGTON − Democracy only functions through compromise, President Joe Biden said Friday as he praised House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., for their joint agreement to suspend the debt limit and reduce deficits by $1.5 trillion over the decade.

“Both sides operated in good faith. Both sides kept their word,” Biden said in a 12-minute address from the Oval Office.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:27

A North Carolina pastor and his son are facing felony drug charges after authorities said they caught the pair operating an illicit drug operation out of a church.

Josh Price, 50, and Matthew Price, 28, were arrested this week after deputies seized about 12 pounds of marijuana, nearly 32 grams of psilocybin mushrooms, 41 THC vape pens, 20 marijuana plants, and about 2 pounds of tetrahydrocannabinol wax (THC wax) from South Side Baptist Church, the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office reported.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:26

Elliot Page is opening up about his previous relationship with Kate Mara.

The "Umbrella Academy" actor, 36, reveals in his upcoming memoir "Pageboy" (Flatiron, 288 pp., out Tuesday) that he and the "House of Cards" actress, 40, dated while Page filmed 2014's "X-Men: Days of Future Past," according to an excerpt from the memoir published in People Friday and verified by USA TODAY. Page's long-awaited memoir takes readers on a journey of his self-discovery as a young trans actor in Hollywood

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:24

USA TODAY has named Terence Samuel, NPR News’ vice president and executive editor, as editor-in-chief effective July 10.

In his new role, Samuel will help lead the publication through “the next phase of growth and innovation,” according to an announcement from USA TODAY parent company Gannett Co. released Friday

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:20

Fitch Ratings said it may still downgrade the United States’ credit rating, despite the U.S. House and Senate’s debt ceiling deal.

The U.S. currently has an AAA rating from Fitch, which indicates creditors with the lowest expectation of default risk. A credit rating downgrade would make it more expensive for the U.S. to borrow debt and drain funding from other priorities. 

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:19

Churchill Downs is suspending racing operations June 7 and moving the remainder of its 2023 Spring Meet to Ellis Park following 12 horse deaths at the famed Louisville track during the past six weeks.

Races will be held Saturday and Sunday at Churchill, then resume roughly 134 miles west at the Henderson, Kentucky, track from June 10 through July 3.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 10:18

Superintendent Scott Ziegler was fired in December after a grand jury report on the district's handling of reports of sexual assault

The Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia named Aaron Spence as the next superintendent on Friday, seven months after the district fired its superintendent amid allegations of mishandling sexual assault cases at two schools.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 09:40

CEO accuses San Diego leaders of trying to get homeless out of the public eye with pricey hotel plan 'so they can get voted back in'

A San Diego business owner and CEO is skeptical city leadership's plan to turn four hotels into housing for homeless people will foster lasting results.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 09:40

The US Marshals Service annced 95 people were arrested – including more than a doTzen wanted for homicide – during an operation in Maryland that targeted areas impacted by gang-related violence.

The agency led more than 30 law enforcement entities in a large-scale sweep, dubbed Operation Washout, last month for criminals wanted for offenses ranging from robbery to homicide, according to a news release.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 09:39

 Rescuers in India are scrambling to find survivors after a horrific crash involving three trains killed hundreds of people in one of the worst rail disasters the country has ever seen.

At least 288 people have been confirmed dead and more than 1,000 injured following the collision between two passenger trains and a goods train in the city of Balasore, in eastern Odisha state, on Friday.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 09:38

Most commenters took the wife's side, with some saying the man needs to 'save' his marriage

A husband and father on Reddit is drawing harsh commentary from others for his stance on a solo vacation that his wife — a relatively new mom — would like to take without him.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 09:36

Storm detected about 265 miles west of Fort Myers, FL

Tropical Storm Arlene, the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, formed Friday in the Gulf of Mexico on a track taking the cyclone south toward the western tip of Cuba.


By: unewsy
Posted on: Jun 03 09:35