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This was definitely not meant for the "Blue Light Special." Police are currently investigating how 10 pounds of pot got delivered to a Seattle Kmart...
The Huffington Post
Do these words get us any closer to answering the interminable questions above, or do they simply attempt to soothe our desperate and restless desire to control the uncontrollable?
Mark O'Connell, L.C.S.W.
BikeRadar.com Bont Riot shoe comes in under US$150 BikeRadar.com Bont will release a new lower-cost shoe this March called Riot. Although it's less than half the price of the top-end Vaypor+, it still offers a bathtub-style carbon composite sole, the same fit (and huge range of sizes and lasts), and is supposedly ...
Sexual violence is a prevalent problem within every community and environment. Key differences exist around the issue of military sexual assault. The structure and organizations of the military are very different than in the civilian world and it can be difficult to navigate the legal process.
CBS News execution reprieve upsets murder victim relatives CBS News Randall Browning was among relatives of murder victim Dorothy Booth headed to Huntsville Tuesday to witness the execution of Kimberly McCarthy when they learned a judge had stopped the punishment. Browning said Thursday Booth's loved ones quietly ...
It is hard to be a Military Sexual Trauma spouse -- not hard to be with a survivor, but hard because at times I feel so helpless to the trauma.
I often encounter people who wonder why, after three decades, the Church continues to be afflicted by scandal related to abuse cases, many of which are 20 or 30 years old. In the Los Angeles case, all the tragic truth could have come out years ago.
News about the hostage situation in Alabama is hard to come by, but KAIT-8 has a bizarre update today: The morning Jimmy Lee Dykes allegedly shot and killed bus driver Charles Albert Poland, Jr., and took a little boy on the bus hostage , Poland had tried to give Dykes a...
In this week's issue, Peter Goodman and Jeffrey Young look at the 49 million Americans who lack health insurance, "a crowded group that no one chooses to join." And Radley Balko writes about a Mississippi cold case -- part real-life murder mystery, part exposé of the state's justice system.
The Atlantic Wire Pussy Riot Is Not Doing Well in Prison The Atlantic Wire Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, one of the members of Pussy Riot, has been hospitalized in her prison colony in Mordovia, for what the Associated Press is calling a "full medical check-up." Tolokonnikova was one of two members of the band sent to prison ...
MTN says probe dismisses corruption allegations Reuters Backed by a collection of alleged MTN internal documents including emails, invoices, memos and presentations, Turkcell's lawsuit accuses the South African company of a "staggeringly brazen orchestra of corruption". EMPLOYEE'S TESTIMONY. Turkcell ...