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  • Elon Musk Accused of Sexual Misconduct and Unlawful Termination
    CONTROVERSIAL
    Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, is at the center of multiple allegations involving inappropriate conduct and unlawful termination, casting a shadow over his leadership at the high-profile aerospace company. Recent reports detail Musk's personal relationships with subordinates and highlight a series of lawsuits filed by former employees.
  • South Florida Braces for More Heavy Rainfall and Flooding Amid Tornado Damage
    South Florida Braces for More Heavy Rainfall and Flooding Amid Tornado Damage
    South Florida is grappling with severe weather as meteorologists warn of continued heavy rain and flooding throughout the region. The Palm Beaches and the Treasure Coast are particularly vulnerable, with isolated to scattered rain expected to persist through Saturday.
  • Southern Baptists Narrowly Reject Formal Ban on Women Pastors, Sparking Ongoing Debate
    Southern Baptists Narrowly Reject Formal Ban on Women Pastors, Sparking Ongoing Debate
    In a closely watched and highly anticipated vote, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) narrowly rejected a proposal to enshrine a ban on women pastors in its constitution. Despite 61% of delegates supporting the measure, it fell short of the required two-thirds supermajority, reversing a preliminary vote from last year that had favored the ban.
  • Hidden Costs of Homeownership Surge by 26% Since 2020, Report Reveals
    US. house sales
    As the cost of homeownership in the U.S. continues to climb, prospective buyers are finding that the financial commitment extends far beyond just the monthly mortgage payment. A
  • Severe Weather Sweeps U.S.: Heat Waves, Storms, and Floods Threaten Multiple Regions This Week
    Severe Weather Sweeps U.S.: Heat Waves, Storms, and Floods Threaten Multiple Regions This Week
    Severe weather patterns are expected to affect various parts of the United States this week, ranging from extreme heat in the Southwest to powerful storms in the Plains and significant downpours across southern and central Florida.
  • U.S. Coast Guard Seizes $63 Million Worth of Cocaine After Shootout at Sea
    U.S. Coast Guard Seizes $63 Million Worth of Cocaine After Shootout at Sea
    The U.S. Coast Guard offloaded over 4,800 pounds of cocaine worth more than $63 million in Florida on Thursday. The drugs were seized during interdictions in the Caribbean Sea, including one operation involving gunfire that resulted in a vessel catching fire and sinking.
  • Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Moves to Liquidate InfoWars to Pay $1.5 Billion Debt to Sandy Hook Families
    Alex Jones
    Alex Jones, the notorious conspiracy theorist and founder of InfoWars, has taken steps to liquidate his personal assets to satisfy the $1.5 billion he owes to the families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre victims.
  • Gilgo Beach Serial Killer Suspect Rex Heuermann Charged with Two More Murders, Increasing Victim Count to Six
    Gilgo Beach Serial Killer Suspect Rex Heuermann Charged with Two More Murders, Increasing Victim Count to Six
    Rex Heuermann, a former New York architect, has been charged with the murders of two more women, expanding the scope of a case that has haunted Long Island for over a decade. The latest charges bring the total number of alleged victims connected to Heuermann to at least six, further implicating him in one of New York's most notorious serial killer investigations.
  • California Retailers Equip Employees with Body Cameras to Combat Rising Shoplifting
    California Retailers Equip Employees with Body Cameras to Combat Rising Shoplifting
    Retailers in Southern California are adopting new security measures in response to a significant increase in shoplifting and flash mob robberies. Employees at major retail chains such as TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods are now wearing body-worn cameras, a practice more commonly associated with law enforcement, in an effort to deter theft and enhance safety.
  • Air Quality Alerts Issued for NYC, Parts of New Jersey: What You Need to Know
    Air Quality Alerts Issued for NYC, Parts of New Jersey: What You Need to Know
    The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued an air quality health advisory for New York City, the lower Hudson Valley, and parts of New Jersey. The advisory, effective until 11 p.m., warns that air quality in the region may reach or exceed unhealthy standards due to elevated levels of ground-level ozone.
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