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A wild animal sanctuary in Colorado has euthanized all 11 of its animals. One of the sanctuary’s co-owners said they were forced to do so after county commissioners denied their request to relocate. Dr. Joan Laub told KMGH-Channel 7 the animals had to be euthanized because ongoing flooding on the property made conditions unsafe for the animals. KUSA-Channel 9 reports the sanctuary euthanized three lions, three tigers and five bears on April 20. The previous week, Elbert County commissioners had unanimously voted to deny the sanctuary’s request to move about 20 miles from its site southeast of Denver. Commissioner Grant Thayer said the vote to deny the sanctuary a special-use permit to move was
A security officer asserted that Dr. David Dao "refused to leave" his seat and "folded his arms tightly,” but his attorney calls the description “utter nonsense.”
ESPN announced its latest round of layoffs on Wednesday morning - 100 employees are expected to lose their job, including dozens of on-air personalities. In the immediate aftermath, accusations began to fly about why the almighty ESPN has to lay off employees. "It's because of its liberal politics! It's killing their ratings!" This has nothing to do with it. ESPN's ratings are as strong as ever. "It's because it's a dying brand that is losing millions of subscribers!" This is getting closer to the truth, but it's still way off. ESPN is not dying. Not even close. But the problem is much more complicated than that - and at the same time, it is not nearly as bad as it sounds. In other words, the
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - A U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer fired a warning flare toward an Iranian Revolutionary Guard vessel coming near it in the Persian Gulf, an American official said on Wednesday, the latest tense naval encounter between the two countries.
It’s “Live with . . . Caitlyn!” On Tuesday morning’s “Live with Kelly” show, Caitlyn Jenner was a guest - and possibly one of the rudest ever. Jenner, who appeared to promote her memoir, “The Secrets of My Life,” continuously cut off Kelly Ripa and guest co-host, John Leguizamo. At one point, Jenner even turned the tables on Ripa, asking when she first identified as a female. “Just think about that,” she said, pointing her manicured finger at Ripa. “When did you know you were a girl?” Jenner then made Leguizamo her target, asking him how he enjoyed dressing in drag in the 1995 comedy, “To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar.” The painful 15-minute interview consisted of endless, self-congratulatory