FDA to allow unrestricted sale of abortion pills for home abortions

News 12/17/21, 15:20

The FDA will further facilitate home abortions by allowing women to now permanently purchase pills by mail without the need for an in-person consultation with an abortion provider, according to Breitbart. Before the COVID- 19 (CCP virus) restrictions, women had access to abortion drugs if they could pick them up in person with ...

New Jersey: Veteran officer arrested for running synthetic drug lab at home

U.S. 05/17/21, 19:00

A police officer who served 19 years in the Long Branch Police Department New Jersey was arrested after being found operating a methamphetamine laboratory at his home, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni announced on Sunday, May 16. Christopher Walls, 50, faces charges that might cost him up to 20 years behind ...

Pete Buttigieg says illegal drug possession should not be a jailable offense

U.S. 12/27/19, 10:52

Pete Buttigieg, a Democratic candidate for the presidency, said in a recent interview with the Des Moines Register that drug possession should not be a jailable offense, even if it involves any illegal drug, including ecstasy or methamphetamine. Buttigieg said that catching a person in possession of drugs resulted in a ...

Drug tunnel discovered along United States-Mexico border, 200 pounds of drugs seized

U.S. 12/26/19, 07:03

A drug-smuggling tunnel has been discovered along the United States-Mexico border with hundreds of pounds of drugs seized, authorities said. ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents discovered the tunnel late Tuesday night, Dec.17, after executing a search warrant on a house in Nogales, Arizona, KKTV reported. Authorities seized about 200 pounds ...

Trump to designate Mexican cartels as foreign terrorist organizations

Politics 11/27/19, 11:44

President Donald Trump on Tuesday, Nov. 26, told American journalist Bill O’Reilly in an interview that he will be declaring the Mexican drug cartels as foreign terrorist organizations (FTO), in turn giving government officials added resources to counter such entities. “One of the things that you’ve said to me … is ...

260 doctors sign petition about risky medication for children who change sex

Science 10/02/19, 14:01

A petition to investigate the risky medication prescribed to children who want to change sex was signed by 260 doctors and addressed to the federal health minister of Australia. The web page was suspended for sabotage, preventing the collection of more signatures. Some doctors, according to John Whitehall, professor of pediatrics ...

Coast guard crew discovers $165 million in cocaine in submarine

U.S. 09/24/19, 14:47

A Jacksonville-based Coast Guard crew intercepted a narco-submarine carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine, worth more than $165 million, and apprehended four suspected drug smugglers in the Eastern Pacific.  The agency said in a news release that earlier this month, crews patrolling in the Eastern Pacific Ocean off the coasts of Mexico ...

President Trump makes Proclamation for Opioid Crisis Awareness Week

U.S. 09/09/19, 21:15

Drug overdose is the leading cause of death by accident in the United States, with an average of 130 Americans dying every day from an opioid overdose. The drug overdose crisis in the United States is being fueled by an illegal synthetic drug finding its way into the country from ...

Naked man rescued from top of 150-foot power line tower in Pueblo

U.S. 08/26/19, 14:14

A man found naked at the top of a 150-foot steel power line was rescued thanks to a team effort by several agencies early Sunday morning, Aug. 25. Employees at the Comanche Power Plant southeast of Pueblo found the man yelling just after 4 in the morning. Police officers were called to ...

Louisiana attorney asks jurors who would judge client based on face tattoos

U.S. 08/07/19, 15:57

"Would you judge this man?" Louisiana attorney Javis Antwine asked jurors that question saying, "That's the first thing you see with him." His client, William Bottoms Jr., 29, charged with two counts of second-degree murder stemming from the deaths of two Baker men—Dedrick Dewayne Williams, 23, and Mohamed Sead Hussain, 29 ...

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