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Attorney General Jeff Sessions has a prescription for opioid and heroin addicts-and it's not marijuana. Speaking to law enforcement agencies in Virginia, Sessions said he and his office "may rethink" some of the policies regarding federal enforcement of marijuana laws in states that have legalized recreational and medical marijuana, according to The Washington Post .
  • 'People-pleaser' injected pregnant friend with heroin

    'People-pleaser' injected pregnant friend with heroin

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    Concord police arrested the expectant mom earlier this week, six months after her son was born. Frenette told police her friend was "very hostile" and was "essentially mutilating herself with a needle" in a desperate attempt to inject drugs into her system.
  • Cleveland's 'A Day Without a Woman' march urges fight for equality

    Cleveland's 'A Day Without a Woman' march urges fight for equality

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    Organizers asked those unable to skip work to wear red in solidarity. But some women say they are negatively effected by the protest. Kelli Eberle is an adjunct instructor at MCC, and one of those who took the day off. Districts across the United States have canceled classes because of teachers who are participating in the protests, in which female employees stay home for the day to show the importance of women in the workplace.
  • Pres. Trump Tweets Support for Women on Intl Women's Day

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    Researches also indicate that even though the women in the continent are laboring a lot and carrying out their responsibilities more effectively than men, they are more likely to be involved in low-value-added activities that bring less results for them.
  • Day care worker charged with pushing child down stairs

    Day care worker charged with pushing child down stairs

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    Child Care of the Future Daycare center has not yet released a statement at this time. Sarah Gable , 52, was sacked from the Future Day Care Centre after CCTV cameras installed just minutes earlier caught the violent attack. "I was so upset". "I think it's every parent's worst nightmare that sends their kid to daycare", Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood told CBS Philly .
  • Columbus police search for missing woman

    Columbus police search for missing woman

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    Police were able to identify the auto as belonging to Watts. Perhaps not coincidentally, the discovery of Watts's body Saturday morning was along a stretch less than two hours drove from where Carroll County teens, Abigail Williams and Liberty German were found dead last month.
  • Pence demands apology from AP for showing Second Lady's personal email address

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    The vice president posted a letter his counsel sent to Gary Pruitt, the AP's president and CEO. Pence, through his lawyers, demanded that The AP retract the story and remove his wife's email address. There was however a "lack of clarity" on what the state would do with those emails. "I'm very confident we are in full compliance with all of Indiana's laws".
  • Where Is Obamacare Bill? Republicans Hiding Secret Repeal Plan From Democrats, Public

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    Sen. Rand Paul on Thursday suggested he's getting exhausted of the House Republican process for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the law better known as Obamacare . One part of the legislation, handled by the Energy and Commerce Committee, has been made available to members of that panel - but only for inspection behind closed doors.
  • Holder: Obama preparing to get back into political spotlight

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    Former US President Barack Obama is getting closer to making his public reappearance in politics, his friend and former Attorney General Eric Holder has said . Obama asked Holder to head that committee past year. Organizing for Action (OFA), which is run by former Obama aides and campaign staffers, has already garnered $40 million in donations and opened 250 offices around the country.
  • World Former NAACP Leader Who Lied About Being Black Adopts Igbo Name

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    No specifics on Amare (which could mean "beloved"), but Diallo is a Fulani (a widely dispersed West African group you can find in Nigeria, Guinea, etc.) name that reportedly means "bold". Dolezal is reportedly struggling to find work, is almost homeless and receiving food stamps benefits, after losing her teaching position at Eastern Washington University in Spokane.
  • Colts defensive lineman charged with DUI, theft after allegedly stealing golf cart

    Colts defensive lineman charged with DUI, theft after allegedly stealing golf cart

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    Police said Parry used derogatory language to address officers, including referring to them as "fat f-s", and at one point laughed about being arrested on suspicion of stealing the cart. Parry had a brace on his left wrist from surgery earlier in the offseason that made it hard for the officers to handcuff him. Asked how much he had to drink, Parry told the officers "a lot" and "more than I should have been", according to the report.