Human remains have been discovered in a Florida park during the search for Brian Laundrie, the fiance of Gabby Petito, the FBI has said. Investigators said they also found items they believe belonged to Laundrie, more than a month after the 23-year-old went missing.
Laundrie is a person of interest in the killing of Petito, 22, who was reported missing on 11 September by her parents while the couple were on a cross-country trip. Laundrie has been missing since 14 settembre, two weeks after he returned to his parents’ Florida home alone.
Donald Trump, who has been banned from Facebook and Twitter, plans to launch a social media platform called TRUTH Social. The former president said the site aimed to rival the major tech firms that have denied him a platform, adding that it would be launched at the start of next year.
“I’m excited to soon begin sharing my thoughts on TRUTH Social and to fight back against big tech,” Trump said in a statement.
In-N-Out Burger has temporarily closed in San Francisco after refusing to enforce the city’s vaccine mandate, becoming the first restaurant in the city to do so over the requirement.
Officials shut the business after several failed spot checks and after the chain said it would not make staff check customers’ vaccination status – a legal requirement in the city – before allowing them to dine indoors.
“We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government,” Arnie Wensinger, the company’s chief legal and business officer, disse, calling the requirement “unreasonable, invasive and unsafe”.
Il number of craft breweries in the US has grown to 8,800, up from about 1,800 nel 2010. Despite this staggering rise, most craft beer is restricted to the region in which it is brewed, with attempts by small breweries to go national held back in part by post-Prohibition laws. Just four brands dominate 78.6% of the grocery store market share.
At a time when wildfires are incinerating the western US, low wages and a lack of affordable housing and job security mean firefighters are struggling with homelessness, forced to live in tents, cars and derelict buildings. These problems, along with the pressures of the job, are having a devastating effect on the firefighters, who describe colleagues killing themselves or dying of substance abuse.
Millions of workers around the world could be affected by chronic kidney disease caused by heat stress owing to rising temperatures, doctors have said. Epidemics have emerged in hot, rural regions of countries including El Salvador and Nicaragua, where unprecedented numbers of agricultural workers are dying from irreversible kidney failure.
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A man has been arrested for allegedly stealing a journalist’s phone, being used to livestream the aftermath of an earthquake in Egypt. Escaping on a motorbike, the thief unwittingly broadcast his face to more than 20,000 viewers watching the broadcast. He was arrested just hours later at his home and confessed.
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