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Friday Update: Arrests Made for Yogi Berra World Series Rings Theft, Stem-Cell Babies, Global Meth Ring Busted.

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Arrests Made Over Theft Of Yogi Berra World Series Rings

Federal authorities have announced charges against a ring of nine people for thefts of millions of dollars worth of paintings, sports memorabilia, and other valuables. These thefts occurred over more than two decades at 20 museums, institutions, and stores across several states. The stolen goods include an Andy Warhol silkscreen, a Jackson Pollock painting, and nine World Series rings belonging to the late Yankees catcher Yogi Berra.

Stem-Cell Babies

Scientists in the United Kingdom have achieved a remarkable scientific feat — creating synthetic human embryos using stem cells without any eggs or sperm. Professor Magdalena Żernicka-Goetz, of the University of Cambridge and the California Institute of Technology, announced this groundbreaking news at a conference in Boston. However, the potential method is still a long way from being used clinically and raises serious ethical and legal questions.

TCU To Host Class About Drag

Texas Christian University will offer a course called “The Queer Art of Drag” this coming fall. Dr. Nino Testa, also known as “Maria von Clapp,” will be teaching the course. Students will have the opportunity to develop their own drag personas through worksheets and vision boards, culminating in a live lip-sync performance.

Global Meth Ring Busted

After a five-month investigation, law enforcement in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand have busted a massive drug syndicate accused of smuggling six tons of methamphetamine from Canada to Australia and New Zealand. The traffickers were intercepted smuggling the drugs through shipments of maple syrup and canola oil.

Conor McGregor Accused Of Sexual Assault

UFC superstar Conor McGregor has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman in the bathroom at Kaseya Center, home to the Miami Heat. According to a report from TMZ, the incident allegedly took place at Game 4 of the 2023 NBA Finals between the Heat and Denver Nuggets. McGregor’s representatives have denied the allegations. According to demand letters from attorney Ariel Mitchell, the victim was separated from her friend by Heat and NBA security, where she was forced into a bathroom inside the arena. McGregor then emerged from a stall and forcibly kissed the woman while security guards allegedly guarded the doors.

Pat Sajak Resigning

After 41 years at the helm of “Wheel of Fortune,” Pat Sajak has announced that this will be his final season. As Sajak told NBC’s Al Roker, he always put the show first. Sajak took over for Chuck Woolery in 1983 and now holds the Guinness world record for the longest-serving host of a single game show. Ryan Seacrest, Whoopi Goldberg, and letter spinner Vanna White have all been mentioned as replacements.

DOJ Investigating PGA-LIV Merger

The Justice Department’s Antitrust Division has informed the PGA Tour that it will review the organization’s proposed merger with LIV Golf. The announcement of the deal last week immediately triggered antitrust concerns and sent shockwaves through the golf world.

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