Cape Cod has now become one the world’s epicenters of great white shark activity. With more than 38 great white sharks spotted around the outer beaches of the Cape between the 4th of July and the 11th just this year, there’s a national attention on how the region is dealing with the dangers in the water this summer. There have also been an additional 13 Shark sightings off the beaches of the Cape between Monday and Tuesday. These ocean predators are here for one thing only, to hunt and eat seals. With the huge influx of seals that we have seen over the last decade now living along the coast, it looks like they are here to stay.
Group sues Boston for banning Christian flag, approving 284 others
The city of Boston is facing a federal lawsuit after officials refused to allow a Christian flag to be flown at city hall. Camp Constitution, a Judeo-Christian advocacy group, requested that the city of Boston fly the flag back in September of 2017 and again in 2018 as part of Constitution Day. The city refused, despite approving 248 other flags, according to Fox News.
Drugmaker Pays Largest Opioid Settlement In History To Make Investigations Go Away
A UK-based drugmaker has agreed to pay a record $1.4 billion settlement to the US government in order to end criminal and civil probes into allegations of illegal marketing of opioid addiction treatment medication, according to the Justice Department. The settlement with Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB Group) will include multiple investigations into a subsidiary, Indivior (formerly Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals Inc.). More
He Was Right
Remember when President Trump claimed in April that "corrupt or incompetent" Puerto Rico officials had badly bungled relief efforts following 2017's Hurricane Maria? Last week the FBI arrested two former Puerto Rico officials for funneling disaster aid payments to politically connected contractors. FBI indictment charge Puerto Rico's former Education Secretary Julia Keleher, former Health Insurance Agency Chief Ángela Ávila-Marrero, with crimes related to the distribution of the U.S. disaster relief aid. according to the Washington Post.
Apple Cofounder Steve Wozniak deleted his Facebook account last year and is now telling anyone willing to listen to do the same.