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  • Canadian fish may be cocaine abusers
    Canadian fish may be cocaine abusers
    A new study of the contaminates in rivers in Canada as well as the drinking water processed through treatment plants has found an unusually high concentration of cocaine, heroin, and other legal and illegal drugs. Professor Viviane Yargeau of the...
  • We all know that life isn’t always ‘rainbows and butterflies.’ It can actually be downright brutal.
    Social Media Site Created For People Battling Drug Addiction, Alcoholism, Etc.
    From drug addiction to eating disorders, we all struggle with real issues from time to time. That’s why NeoA was created. It’s a revolutionary new platform that brings together people with common interests who wish to unite in order to...
  • Phil Rudd: AC/DC drummer arrested again, this time for breaching house arrest
    Phil Rudd: AC/DC drummer arrested again, this time for breaching house arrest
    After pleading guilty in April to charges of drug possession and threatening to kill a former employee, the rock legend drummer for AC/DC, Phil Rudd, was sentenced to an eight months’ home detention term. Rudd, 61, was arrested again this...
  • Coast Guard with partner agencies intercept go-fast and seize drugs
    Coast Guard with partner agencies intercept go-fast and seize drugs
    One of the U.S. Coast Guard's missions is to serve as the lead federal agency for maritime drug interdiction, they also share a lead responsibility for air interdiction with the U.S. Customs Service. They play a key role in combating the flow...
  • Dr. Dan Headrick
    Get high naturally: Recovery movement insider creates a program for kids
    Dr. Dan Headrick wants your kids to get high. Not that way. A natural high. He wants them to be so high on life itself that there will be absolutely no temptation to even try alcohol or drugs until they’re 21.To that end, he created The...
  • A-PVP drug traffickers sentenced in Tennessee
    A-PVP drug traffickers sentenced in Tennessee
    It was announced on July 1, 2015, Evelyn Jean Vickers, 39, of Kingsport, Tenn., was sentenced to 110 months in federal prison on June 30, 2015, for conspiring to distribute a-PVP (alpha-pyrrolidinopentiophenone), a synthetic drug, more commonly...
  • British police end heroin inquiry into overdose death of Peaches Geldof
    British police end heroin inquiry into overdose death of Peaches Geldof
    Peaches Geldof, daughter of the lead singer for The Boomtown Rats and Live Aid organizer Bob Geldof, died at her home in Wrotham, Kent, outside London, England, of a heroin overdose on April 7, 2014. Ever since her death, investigators in England...
  • Dope is the Word
    Dope is the Word
    Dope: Rated “R“ (1 hour 55 minutes)Starring: Shameik Moore, Tony Revolori, Kiersey Clemons, Blake Anderson, Zoe KravitzDirected by: Rick FamuyiwaComing of age stories (whether comedic or dramatic) are — quite literally — a...
  • Check for changes in Medicare this open enrollment time
    Check for changes in Medicare this open enrollment time
    It is always important to check for changes in your insurance coverage every year, but this year is even more critical because there are many changes in the market. Every year insurance companies regroup and see if they are able to offer the same...
  • Toyota exec Julie Hamp arrested for smuggling Oxycodone into Japan
    Toyota exec Julie Hamp arrested for smuggling Oxycodone into Japan
    Julie Hamp, 55, heralded recently as being hired on to bring diversity to the Japanese auto manufacturer as Toyota’s first female western senior executive, was arrested on June 18 on suspicion of importing an illegal pain drug, Oxycodone,...
  • ‘Dope’: Famuyiwa puts together a wonderful story
    ‘Dope’: Famuyiwa puts together a wonderful story
    These days’ things are tough for students in public schools, especially for teens in the hood. Drugs, sex, and violence has become a serious problem in American high schools today. This story gives an excellent view how hard it really is to...
  • Orange is the new black prison benefit
    Orange Is The New Black has glum return
    "Orange Is The New Black" is a television series based loosely on a book by the same name. Largely autobiographical, Piper Hedran's book details the 14 months she spent in a federal prison in New York. Season III just debuted on...
  • Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper pleads guilty to rape, gets nine years in prison
    Ex-NFL star Darren Sharper pleads guilty to rape, gets nine years in prison
    On June 15 in a New Orleans courtroom, former New Orleans Saints’ star defensive back Darren Sharper, 39, pleaded guilty to three counts of rape which brings to a close a series of rape cases lodged against him beginning in January 2014 and...
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    Border patrol helicopter fired on from Mexican side of border, forced to land
    On Friday, a U.S. Border Patrol helicopter was forced to land after being fired on from the Mexican side of the border, Breitbart.com reported. According to the Associated Press, the incident took place as the aircraft was patrolling the Rio...
  • Dishonest Political Debate
    How to win a debate using dishonest debate tactics
    Writing for The Blaze Alasdair Denvil uses a Glenn Beck article on drug prohibition as a springboard to unwittingly demonstrate how a reasonable-sounding commentary can be corrupted through the use of intellectually dishonest debate tactics."...
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