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The gray wolf weighed 84 pounds, and the Michigan hunter reportedly confused the kill with a coyote

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has launched an investigation after a hunter recently reported his harvest, which he believed to be a coyote — but after further genetic testing, the kill proved to be something far rarer.

Senator Rand Paul has publicly declared his intent to delve deeper into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic by examining what he describes as ‘secret off the books’ trips made by Dr. Anthony Fauci to the CIA prior to the outbreak. The Kentucky senator and medical doctor revealed to DailyMail.com that his ongoing investigation aims to uncover the full scope of Fauci’s interactions with the CIA, especially given the intelligence agency’s ambiguous stance on the pandemic’s origins.
A whistleblower passed a “secret dossier” written by intelligence services to Reiner Füllmichs defence attorney Dr. Miseré which provides both evidence and supporting facts, that now prove beyond reasonable doubt according to Dr Füllmich that the criminal proceedings against him are nothing more than a “construct” to “shut him up and put him behind bars “without any legal substance whatsoever.”
Here is a collection of news items and social media posts from the last week relating to the rollout of digital identities in various countries.

Duo got married in July 2009; Dewan filed for divorce in 2018

After six years of deliberations, actors Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are headed to trial to finalize their divorce settlement – and they've listed each other to testify as witnesses in the upcoming hearing. 

The law has stoked a flurry of warnings from restaurant owners and industry insiders that the consumers will bear the cost of the minimum wage increase

A fair wage advocacy group is demanding that California’s new $20 minimum wage law for fast food workers be extended to all sectors to help working-class people who are struggling with the state's high cost of living. 

Royal Navy recruits are no longer required to prove they can swim, in a move which critics have blasted as a 'desperate' relaxing of standards. Future applicants will be able to 'self-declare' if they can swim, according to an insider source. It comes after the Royal Navy were forced to turn to social media in January to recruit for a top commander role amid a serious drop in recruitment figures in the last year.