In recent days the country has been captivated by the search for an escaped tiger in Houston. But the occurrence is not as exotic as one might think. There are more tigers in captivity in the US than in the wild around the world, experts say.
The World Wildlife Fund estimates about 5,000 tigers live in captivity around the country, compared to roughly 3,900 wild tigers left in the world.
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The Group of Seven leaders are aiming to end their first summit in two years with a punchy set of promises
Moscow Cuts U.S. Embassy Staff Marking Latest Decline In U.S.-Russia RelationshipThe embassy will now only be able to offer life-and-death services. Mauritania is facing acute humanitarian needs, including high levels of food insecurity (over 25 per cent of the population in severe food insecurity in most of the provinces) and very high rates of acute malnutrition. Will you sit back and watch? Or will you do something?
U.S. Asks Mexico to Probe Alleged Union Vote Tampering at GM PlantThe U.S. is asking Mexico to review alleged tampering of a union vote at a General Motors truck factory there, in the first use of a new labor-rule enforcement tool under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Now we care about the integrity of votes? That's rich.
Korn Plot U.S. Summer TourKorn and Staind have announced a 28-date tour of the United States this summer. It's been a while... This is a great start, but when will live music be back? *pitch shifts into a void of why and who cares* the new drummer has gotten better at sounding sorta like the old drummer than the old drummer but there's no dead horse left
Buttigieg says U.S. helping move fuel in wake of pipeline outageU.S. Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg said the Biden administration is working around the clock to help deal with gas shortages and restore operations of the Colonial Pipeline, including moving gas to places that need it.
U.S. will remove Xiaomi from blacklist, reversing jab by TrumpThe U.S Defense Department will remove China's Xiaomi Corp (1810.HK) from a government blacklist, a court filing showed, marking a reversal by the Biden administration of one of Donald Trump's last jabs at Beijing before exiting office.
Times Square shooting suspect arrested by US Marshals in FloridaIs this a Home Grown Terrorist or an Imported one