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Colorado State Patrol seizes enough fentanyl to kill 25 million people

Officers with the Colorado State Patrol seized 114 pounds of pure fentanyl on a highway on June 6.

Back on the scene? Disgraced Chris Cuomo returns to Instagram to share pics from Ukraine war zone

Earlier this week, disgraced former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo posted photos and videos from the war in Ukraine on Instagram account, his first posts since his firing in December. 

Iowa GOP lawmaker's daughter rails against his anti-abortion stance

"When the Roe v. Wade came to light, I voiced my concerns and he silenced them," said Korynn Dickey.

Burger King employee who didn't miss a day for 27 years gets $300K in donations

His daughters soon set up a GoFundMe page for their dad, seeking to raise about $200, but nearly $300,000 in donations have come in.

Extreme California drought increases risk of wildfires

As extreme and persistent droughts continue to plague California, the increasing risk of wildfires weighs heavily on lumber manufacturers' minds. 

Love triangle slay suspect reportedly had cosmetic surgery receipt when arrested

US federal officials said that Armstrong had altered her appearance when they found her and that she had a bandage on her nose and bruises under her eyes.

Florida teen who lost part of her leg in shark attack tried to fight off predator, dad says

Brave teen fights back against shark attack. Father calls her "a tough cookie". 

Biden, press secretary take no questions day after reporters' protest

The president held a single public event and reporters were shooed out while he was mid-sentence, making questions impossible.

Whale of a rescue: Trapped animal splashes to freedom after dramatic rescue

An incredible video shows a trapped whale splashing its way to freedom after a Norwegian coast guard crew cuts the gigantic mammal loose from ropes.

Nurse suspended after relationship with 'highly vulnerable' psych patient

A psychiatric nurse has been suspended after she formed a personal and intimate relationship with a “highly vulnerable” patient.