Indiana man recorded voicemail of himself killing mom’s boyfriend ☞ New York Post

“Wade left a cookout and headed to his mom’s house in Brazil, a city 60 miles southwest of Indianapolis, stopping along the way at another man’s house to tell him he was about to kill someone, the documents state. At the time, he was on parole for arson. He had been released from jail in March 2020, just two months before the murder.”

New Mexico Governor Defiant as Calls for Impeachment Grow ☞ Breitbart

“We made an oath, which is a promise that we swear that we’re going to uphold the Constitution, the rights of New Mexicans, and she threw that right out the window. I was completely shocked and taken by surprise that she would do such a gross overreach and completely violate the constitution.”

Orangutan hurls possum from enclosure at Perth Zoo ☞ 7NEWS – Australia

“The orangutan habitat is an outside environment and possums, who also live at height, just like the orangutans, have been known to inhabit the above-ground territories. Whilst every effort is made to prevent them from entering, the sheer height provides some challenges and sometimes the orangutans evict the odd possum themselves.”
“The zoo says possums are ‘very robust’ and the ‘evicted’ animal survived being thrown out of the orangutan enclosure.”

We Can Thank California for DEI Policies in Higher Education ☞ Legal Insurrection

“In 2016, the piece notes, at least five University of California (UC) campuses decided to initially screen faculty job applicants based only on diversity statements. For one large hiring initiative at UC Berkeley — the Life Sciences Initiative — the faculty search committee eliminated three-fourths of the applicant pool on the basis of diversity statements alone. Berkeley’s rubric for assessing diversity statements, moreover, dictates a low score for candidates who speak positively about diversity but in vague terms. Even more remarkably, it gives a low score to candidates who say they prefer to ‘treat everyone the same’.”

9/11 families fighting for justice 22 years later: ‘Our gov’t is helping the murderers’ ☞ New York Post

“Terry Strada’s husband Tom, a 41-year-old bond broker at Cantor Fitzgerald, got up and went to work. She was home that Tuesday morning with their three children, one of whom was starting nursery school. Then the phone rang. Heartbreak ensued.
Tom, standing on the 104th floor of the North Tower of Manhattan’s World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, told her a plane smashed into the building beneath his feet.”

9/11 Images: Photos of September 11 That Defined Historic Day ☞ Newsweek

“On the morning of 9/11, terrorists carried out four attacks on U.S. soil where two hijacked planes crashed into the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. Another hijacked plane crashed into the Pentagon in Virginia and the fourth plane, United Airlines (UA) Flight 93, crashed into a field in Pennsylvania after passengers worked together to stop the terrorists.”

Vietnam – White House press secretary ends news conference as Biden is still responding to questions from reporters ☞ CNN 

“White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Sunday abruptly ended a news conference with President Joe Biden in Hanoi, Vietnam, at one point taking a microphone and announcing the event had concluded even as the president was still answering questions from reporters in the room…”
Minutes before Jean-Pierre ended the press conference, Biden had delivered a lengthy answer that involved a rambling explanation of why he uses the phrase ‘lying dog-faced pony soldier’ in an attempt to explain his feelings about politicians who deny the existence of climate change.”