- CelebrityIn The Know
Woman divorces husband after noticing suspicious detail in photo of him: 'Most ridiculous lie I've ever heard'
A woman took to TikTok to share the shocking way she claims to have caught her significant other cheating.
- WorldBusiness Insider
The bosses of the Suez Canal say the excavator operator who helped free the Ever Given is getting his overtime pay, plus a bonus
After Insider interviewed Abdullah Abdul-Gawad, whose digger helped free the Ever Given, the Suez Canal Authority said he got his overtime.
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- CelebrityYahoo Life
Ashley Graham explains her revealing Instagram photos: 'I don't post myself half-naked to get the likes'
The body-positive advocate opens up about being the role model that she wished she had.
- U.S.Associated Press
An upstate New York couple may have finally solved the mystery of who's been tossing used coffee cups in their front yard for nearly three years. Edward and Cheryl Patton told The Buffalo News they tried mounting a camera in a tree in front of their home in Lake View to catch the phantom litterer. After Edward Patton called police, they waited and pulled over a vehicle driven by 76-year-old Larry Pope, who Cheryl Patton said had once worked with her and had had disagreements with her over union issues.
- WorldThe Telegraph
Their forbears in ancient Rome took delight in eating quails, doves, peacocks and even flamingoes, which were prized for their tongues. Now, a group of Italian public officials are being investigated after being caught tucking into a bacchanalian feast of protected songbirds. Police in the north of the country are investigating around 20 council officials who sat down to a lunchtime meal of illegally hunted birds, including chaffinches, goldfinches, siskins and bramblings. The employees, from the villages of Valle Trompia and Gardone Val Trompia near the city of Brescia, are being investigated for contravening wildlife protection and hunting laws. They are also accused of breaking Covid-19 lockdown regulations, which prohibit gatherings of more than a few people, when they convened for the illegal feast in a council building. Their clandestine meal allegedly included some rarely-seen species such as hawfinches and red crossbills. More than 60 birds were found by Carabinieri officers – around three tiny bodies for each diner.