People.com — South Korean President Moon Jae-in recently expressed support for a ban on the country’s traditional practice of eating dog meat.
The South Korean president is an avid dog lover and has several canines, including one rescue named Tory, who was the first rescue dog to live in the Blue House — the official residence of South Korea’s president — according to The Guardian.
According to his spokesperson, the president said during a meeting with South Korean prime minister on Monday, “Hasn’t the time come to prudently consider prohibiting dog meat consumption?”
According to CBS News, roughly 1 million dogs are eaten yearly in South Korea.
LA TIMES — According to a source in city government who was not authorized to share the preliminary data, more than 2,600 LAPD employees have indicated that they plan to pursue religious exemptions, while more than 350 plan to seek medical ones.
Under the ordinance, city employees must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 5 unless they are granted a religious or medical exemption. Employees who receive exemptions will be subject to regular testing for the coronavirus, according to the ordinance.
The vaccination rate among LAPD employees has hovered at slightly more than 50% for months, lagging behind the general public and raising concerns about the health risk posed to the people they interact with on the streets and in confined spaces such as jails and courthouses.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since 9/11. For me, this day was especially painful because my fiancé had just been murdered two days prior (on my birthday).
I remember hearing the news of the World Trade Center attacks and rushing to the tv to see the actual towers crumble right before my eyes. The feeling of grief & terror is still memorable all these years later.
Thousands of innocent everyday people died and the world ultimately changed overnight. Tensions rose to an all time high and shortly after the US waged war on the Middle East sending the US economy into economic decline and recession.
There are tons of conspiracy theories surrounding this infamous day. Where were you on September 11, 2001? Do you think the “war on terror” has been won? Why or why not?
Atlanta it’s time to show up and show out at the polls one more time! We HAVE to blue wave the Senate by voting for Rev. Raphael Warnock & Jon Ossoff for Georgia US Senate seats. We can not afford the alternatives.
Today is the last day to make sure you are registered to vote.
Election Day is January 5, 2021.
Let’s make sure we show up in droves to vote blue just as we did in November. This race is just as important, we need this win so let’s do it again!
The deadline to register to vote in Georgia's two U.S. Senate runoffs is TODAY. The runoffs will be held Jan. 5. First-time voters and Georgians who have moved to a new county must register if they want to participate in the runoff election. https://t.co/JTV7ZW9Jrf