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Sometime's a girl just has to get away...from her stalkers. Celebrity stalker magnet Taylor Swift was trying to do just that when a Chicago man...
For me, ibogaine was my saving grace. After I returned from Holland 11 years ago, I was opiate-free, happier than I'd been in years, and had no desire to go back to using heroin or other drugs.
Berkeleyside Berkeley crime analysis: Robberies up 25% in 2013 Berkeleyside According to statewide data from 2011, however, which is the most recent year available from the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports, Berkeley's robbery rate per 1,000 residents falls on the higher end of the spectrum when compared to 20 other cities around ...
The Illinois Senate Executive Committee on Thursday advanced a contentious concealed carry law that would require potential gun owners in Chicago to receive a special...
New York Times A Murder Reveals Dark Side of a Gentrifying Town New York Times MEXICO CITY — This sprawling city has been described recently as “vibrant” (Elle Decor), “rich with historical heritage and incredible food traditions” (Saveur), “scrubbed and safe” (New York magazine) and “inviting and exciting” (Fodor's).
He became an Internet celebrity after using a hatchet to stop a homicidal man who claimed he was Jesus from killing innocent people, but now...
The Huffington Post
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Marshals Service gave new names and identities to "known or suspected" terrorists admitted to the witness protection program and allowed them...
Ryan J. Reilly
On the heels of the Oakland Police Department's worst week in recent years comes more disheartening news -- the East Bay city has more robberies...
Why are some capital cities more corrupt? Washington Post (blog) Why are some capital cities more corrupt than others? Two recent economic working papers offer a novel theory — geography might be to blame. In particular, capitals that are more isolated from the rest of the state or country tend to be more corrupt.