Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of the mercenary Wagner Group, agreed to leave Russia after a short-lived and confusing insurrection Saturday that ended with Wagner troops back in Ukraine and Prigozhin in Belarus.

5) Prigozhin’s rebellion ends with questions about Putin’s hold on power and the impact on the war in Ukraine; 4) Hunter Biden’s lawyer offers weird defense: Hunter was too strung out on crack to take anything he said or texted seriously; 3) St. Paul’s Cathedral in London provokes uproar by describing Winston Churchill as “white supremacist” online; 2) Company selling Thermonator—robot dog with flamethrower mounted on its back; 1) Woman angers neighbors by keeping 10-foot werewolf in her front yard year-round.

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