“Many people ask us what could have happened and the most likely hypothesis is that the wind, very strong, which was already swaying the branches of the tree, made the hundreds of sleeping animals laid on it lose their sense of direction and probably they didn’t sense they were falling along with the tree,” reads a rough translation of the post. “If we also consider that it was dark and the animals were still sleeping it’s normal that they were caught off guard by such an unexpected event.” … [Read more...] about FACT CHECK: Were Thousands Of Birds Killed By Coronavirus Or 5G Networks In Italy?
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Wall Street Market and Valhalla were among the largest drug markets on the dark web and were taken down by authorities in 2019. There are still close to 30 illegal online markets, and the dark web markets are viewed as a crucial source of fentanyl, a highly addictive opioid, along with other synthetic opioids that are often produced in China and sent to users found on the dark web, according to the New York Times. Previously, Silk Road, the original dark web market that came online in 2011, was taken down in 2013. … [Read more...] about 179 Arrested, $6.5 Million Seized In Worldwide Darknet Opioid Trafficking Crackdown
“This is an incredibly sensitive situation,” the purported staffers tweeted. “We appreciate the instinct to defend our former boss, an LGBTQ+ woman who faced abuse from her husband. What happened to Katie Hill shouldn’t happen to anyone. But, this moment requires more nuance, as Katie Hill’s story – our story – is also one of workplace abuse and harassment.” … [Read more...] about ‘Katie Hill Is Not A Hero’: Former Staffers Allegedly Take Over Katie Hill’s Twitter To Condemn News Of A Katie Hill TV Show
After being elected, she and fellow councilmember Natalie Arroyo began coordinating efforts with Eureka and the Wiyot tribe. By 2015, all the members of the city council were on board with giving back the rest of Eureka's land on Duluwat Island. But because of bureaucratic hurdles, it wasn't officially transferred until October 2019. … [Read more...] about Indigenous people across the US want their land back — and the movement is gaining momentum
This is the kind of thing Purter does — “I help out anybody, I don’t care,” she said — surprising people with gas or grocery money when they need it, paying forward the kindnesses of others who helped her out when she struggled to keep a job. … [Read more...] about Alabama mail carrier surprises birthday boy with a gift