A review of 75 studies published by Mehmet Oz between 1989 and 2010 reveals the Republican Senate candidate's research killed over 300 dogs and inflicted significant suffering on them and the other animals used in experiments. ...Dell'Orto testified that a dog experimented on by Oz's team experienced lethargy, vomiting, paralysis, and kidney failure, but wasn't euthanized for a full two days. She alleged other truly horrifying examples of gratuitously cruel treatment of dogs, including at least one dog who was kept alive for a month for continued experimentation despite her unstable, painful condition, despite how data from her continued experimentation was deemed unusable. According to Dell'Orto, one Oz-led study resulted in a litter of puppies being killed by intracardiac injection with syringes of expired drugs inserted in their hearts without any sedation. Upon being killed, the puppies were allegedly left in a garbage bag with living puppies who were their littermates.
The British royal family has given broadcasters in the UK a deadline of today to pick just one hour of footage they would like to keep for future use from the Queen's funeral and the King's proclamation ceremony, despite the fact that millions of people already saw it all live streamed on several platforms, according to a new report from the Guardian. And since the UK lacks any constitutional protections for free speech equivalent to the First Amendment, broadcasters like the BBC, Sky News, and ITV seemingly have no choice but to comply.
Aiden Pleterski bought ads disguised as news articles on websites like the Daily Caller to promote himself. Five luxury cars, including two BMWs, two McLarens, and a Lamborghini, have been seized from 23-year-old Aiden Pleterski, the self-described "crypto king" of Canada, during bankruptcy proceedings according to a new report from the CBC. read more
The body of a British aid worker who was reported to have died while being detained by Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine shows signs of "possible unspeakable torture", Ukraine's foreign minister has said. read more
A recent visit to Afghanistan showed a country facing an economic crisis. The banking system has seized up. Credit cards aren't working. Afghans abroad struggle to send money to relatives back home.