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A woman was arrested in Florida for allegedly stomping on sea turtle nests

A woman has been arrested in Miami Beach, Florida, after she was seen stomping on a sea turtle nest, according to police. Yaqun Lu, 41, was seen by witnesses and Miami Beach police officers on Saturday “jabbing at the sea turtle nest” with a wooden stake and “stomping all over the nest with her bare…MORE

USWNT dominates Chile to coast into Women’s World Cup last 16

It may have received some criticism for the ruthless dismantling of Thailand in its opening game at the Women’s World Cup but the USWNT was in no mood to go easy on Chile. Despite resting a number of key players, such as striker Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe, the reigning world champion took just 11…MORE

Pompeo on Iran: US considering range of options including military

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that the United States is “considering a full range of options” regarding rising tensions with Iran, including military options, but emphasized that President Donald Trump has said that he does not want to go to war. “The United States is considering a full range of options. We have…MORE

Buttigieg: Iran tensions ‘disturbingly reminiscent’ of run up to Iraq War

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Sunday expressed concern about the Trump administration’s Iran saber-rattling, drawing a comparison to the rising tensions during the Bush administration that led to the Iraq War. “Well, I think we need a measured assessment of information as it continues to come in. There’s no question that Iran has a…MORE

Spice Girls hint at possible Australian tour dates

The Spice Girls have hinted that their sellout reunion tour will travel to Australia early next year, after Mel B made a surprise announcement during the group’s final performance at London’s Wembley Stadium Saturday evening. “We’ll see you in February in Australia,” Mel B told the crowd. Details of live dates in Australia — which…MORE

‘Men In Black International’ wins at a sluggish box office

The summer has yet to warm up for Hollywood at the box office. “Men In Black International,” Sony’s latest film in the Men In Black franchise, brought in an estimated $28.5 million opening at the North American box office this weekend. That was enough to give the science fiction flick the top spot, but it…MORE