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South Korea passes bill banning dog meat consumption
On January 9th, 2024, South Korea approved a bill that strictly prohibits the sale of dog meat, with enforcement scheduled for 2027.
One dead, and multiple injured after shooting at Super Bowl parade
In a shocking turn of events, the joyous atmosphere of the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade in Missouri was shattered by a deadly shooting, leaving one person dead and 21 injured.
Spirit and JetBlue appeal blocked merger, leaving consumers unsure of consequences
On January 16, 2024, an American federal judge blocked JetBlue Airline’s proposed $3.8 billion acquisition of Spirit Airlines, preventing the combining of the two airlines into one company.
U.S. consumer sentiment sees largest rebound in 33 years
U.S. consumer confidence has surged, reaching its highest point in 33 years.
Texas A&M University's polymer innovation breaks through antibiotic resistance
In the relentless battle against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, scientists at Texas A&M University have made a significant stride, offering a ray of hope in the face of an escalating public health threat.
The strongest solar flare detected just before Lunar New Year
A massive X-class solar flare, possibly the strongest flare since 2017, was spotted an hour before Lunar New Year.
Super Bowl LVIII concludes with Kansas City Chiefs’ victory
The Kansas City Chiefs, an NFL team, defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the 2024 NFL season Super Bowl game, held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday, February 11, 2024.
Pets provide mental and physical health benefits
In a monthly poll conducted by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) in March 2023, consisting of 2,200 participants, results have shown that, in addition to being considered valued members of the family, pets provide a multitude of mental and physical health benefits.
The Sephora tween epidemic creates nationwide issues with children using harmful products
Sephora stores across the country have been facing the issue of children coming into the stores and misusing the free samples that Sephora offers its customers.
United States launches strikes on Houthi sites
Amidst the Houthis’ constant drone and missile attacks on commercial ships in the Red Sea, the United States and United Kingdom have launched airstrikes on more than a dozen Houthi sites.
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