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Navy Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher and his wife, Andrea Gallagher, arrive at military court on Naval Base San Diego on Thursday. A witness stunned prosecutors after testifying that he, not Gallagher, killed an ISIS fighter in 2017. Julie Watson/AP hide caption

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Shocking Revelation In Navy SEAL War Crimes Trial: Witness Says He Is The Real Killer

Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Corey Scott stunned prosecutors as he described a previously unheard version of events, saying he asphyxiated the teenage Islamic fighter as an act of mercy.

THC, a key psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, is toxic to dogs, veterinarians warn. So keeping dogs away from discarded joints, edible marijuana or drug-tainted poop is important. Hillary Kladke/Getty Images hide caption

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Legal Weed Is A Danger To Dogs. Here's How To Know If Your Pup Got Into Pot

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Navy Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher and his wife, Andrea Gallagher, arrive at military court on Naval Base San Diego on Thursday. A witness stunned prosecutors after testifying that he, not Gallagher, killed an ISIS fighter in 2017. Julie Watson/AP hide caption

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Shocking Revelation In Navy SEAL War Crimes Trial: Witness Says He Is The Real Killer

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Singer Anita Bryant (right) is led to the voting booth at her Miami Beach polling place by volunteer Leah Dezen in 1977. Bryant was the leader of the opposition group Save Our Children, whose members pushed for the repeal of a gay-rights ordinance in Miami-Dade County. Kathy A. Willens/AP hide caption

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The Culture Wars Live On Between The LGBTQ Rights Movement And The Religious Right

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A woman walks through La Perla, a neighborhood on the edge of Old San Juan, in 2017. AFP Contributor/Getty Images hide caption

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For Those Missing Puerto Rico, A Song About Dreaming Of Home

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