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Toddler ‘died of starvation in car seat after his mother fatally overdosed’

A toddler found dead strapped inside his car seat died from starvation and dehydration after his mother had a fatal drug overdose, autopsies have reportedly revealed. The bodies of 15-month-old Nicholas Crowder and 32-year-old Tiffany Spears were discovered at their home in Tennessee in February this year.An autopsy has now found Spears died from acute combined drug toxicity from methampheamine and fentanyl, according to local media. Meanwhile, Nicholas - who was found in his car seat on a bedroom floor - died from starvation and dehydration, his autopsy reported ruled. Authorities said he had been strapped in without access to...
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Axios Tampa Bay

A not-quite-chicken Chick-fil-A alternative in Gulfport

I'm going to be honest: I think Chick-fil-A is boring. It's way too overhyped, and if you don't know about the chain's ever-growing anti-LGBTQ history, well, you do now.My solution for your fried pickly, kinda-chickeny cravings can be found at Gulfport's Golden Dinosaurs.Their Chick-fil-Nay, made with fried seitan, house-made bread n' butter pickles and Dino Sauce on a toasted brioche bun, is a super yummy alternative. I loved it, and even my meat-eating friends said it was tasty. You can tell this is obviously not chicken, but it definitely satisfied my fried meat craving.Plus: The eatery is donating proceeds from sales of the sandwich this month to Metro Inclusive Health. So you can actually help the LGBTQ community and eat a damn good sandwich, too.
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Amazon Prime Day 2021: Best early deals from Apple, Samsung, Nintendo, Shark and more

Amazon has officially announced the start date for its annual Prime Day sale for 2021 and there’s now just days until the main shopping event. Traditionally held in early summer, Amazon Prime Day is one of the internet’s biggest sales, offering customers a huge range of discounts on everything from TVs and tablets to coffee machines. Last year, it was postponed from its usual slot in July to October in order to better support the safety of employees during the coronavirus pandemic, leaving many shoppers wondering if the event will go ahead in 2021. But now, the company has confirmed that...
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The Hill

Trump endorsement shakes up GOP Senate primary in NC

Former President Trump ’s endorsement of Rep. Ted Budd in North Carolina’s GOP Senate primary is setting off a round of finger-pointing among frustrated Republicans in the state. The endorsement, made during a speech to the North Carolina GOP’s convention this month, came as a surprise to state party leaders...
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China Warplanes Swarm Around Taiwan After G7, NATO Talk up Threat

Over a dozen warplanes took off from China and triggered radar stations in Taiwan early Tuesday as military aircraft once again swarmed the island's air defense zone following more than a week of relative quiet. Radio intercepts sent to Newsweek included at least 17 airborne warnings aimed at People's Liberation...
WorldHello Magazine

Queen Letizia's dazzling £20k engagement ring is so unique

Spanish royals King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain (then Letizia Ortiz) got married in 2004 after becoming engaged in 2003, and the royal has the most incredible diamond ring which is so different to other royal engagement rings. When Felipe proposed to Letizia, he presented her with a dazzling...

Rules Guy: Are you allowed to take free relief from a dirt cart path?

The Rules of Golf are tricky! Thankfully, we’ve got the guru. Our Rules Guy knows the book front to back. Got a question? He’s got all the answers. Is there any distinction in the Rules in terms of playing off of a paved cart path versus, say, a dirt path, or some other softer, potentially less-club-damaging material?
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Southern Baptist Convention 2021 offers a Trump and critical race theory litmus test

Want a preview of the 2022 election cycle? Look no further than the Southern Baptist Convention, or SBC, starting this week in Nashville, Tennessee. The Republican "culture wars" playbook will be front and center at this high-profile meeting of America's largest Protestant denomination. The SBC is set to tackle buzzy topics like critical race theory, or CRT, sex abuse and women's role in ministry. But the most pressing question is how will a denomination that formed in part to defend slavery deal with racism. Will it condemn CRT and risk losing Black churches and members? Or will it strike a middle ground?
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U.S. lays out plan to confront white supremacist violence

June 15 (Reuters) - President Joe Biden's administration on Tuesday unveiled a plan to address the threat of violence posed by white supremacists and militias, five months after members of those groups joined in a deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol. The White House released a 30-page plan for increased...
Columbus County,

Video Shows North Carolina Firefighter Pulling Gun on Driver

Acme-Delco-Riegelwood Fire Rescue Board of Directors is investigating the incident. COLUMBUS COUNTY, North Carolina – WECT reports that a woman captured a video of a firefighter with the Acme-Delco-Riegelwood Fire Rescue pointing a gun at her on Saturday on Highway 74. It is unknown what led to the incident, but...