The Daily Populous

Thursday February 9th, 2023 day edition

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A lost dog found her way back to her family thanks to a surprisingly intelligent trick.

In January, a rescue dog named Bailey, who had recently been adopted from Texas' Animal Rescue League of El Paso, went missing from her new home.

Bailey's pet parent contacted the Animal Rescue League of El Paso to inform the shelter about the dog's disappearance.

To help find the canine, the shelter posted about Bailey on social media.

If you spot her or find her, please call," the Animal Rescue League of El Paso posted on Jan. 29, along with several photos of Bailey.

The dog showed up at the shelter and rang the doorbell looking for help.

Bailey made her own way back to ARL and rang our ring doorbell at 1:15 am, saying she wanted in. »

Charles Silverstein, who helped declassify homosexuality as illness, dies at 87

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Dr. Silverstein spent decades of his life — as an activist, a psychologist and an author — advancing the cause of gay rights.

“I argued that these men were not ashamed because they were homosexual but because of what these therapists were telling them.”.

Ten months later, in December 1973, the APA voted to remove homosexuality from the official list of mental disorders. »

A secret Russian satellite has broken apart in orbit, creating a cloud of debris that could last a century

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A mysterious Russian satellite with a shady mission has broken apart in Earth's orbit, creating a hazardous cloud of debris zipping around the planet and menacing other satellites, US Space Force announced.

The 18th Space Defense Squadron said on Twitter Monday that it had confirmed a satellite called Kosmos 2499 had broken apart into 85 pieces.

Previous collisions and satellite break-ups have created far larger and more hazardous debris fields than this. »

Texas man arrested for stealing 2 monkeys from Dallas Zoo says he'll do it again if released, court documents show

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Irvin, who remained jailed Tuesday on $25,000 bond, was arrested last week after asking questions at a downtown Dallas aquarium about animals there.

Dallas Police, with the help of the Lancaster Police Department, located the two missing tamarin monkeys from the Dallas Zoo at an abandoned home in Lancaster.

The monkeys have been returned to the zoo. — Dallas Police Dept (@DallasPD) February 1, 2023. »