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Obama administration slow to answer early alarms about fentanyl: report

Obama administration slow to answer early alarms about fentanyl: report

A failure by the Obama administration to react to numerous warnings by state officials, and even its own federal drug investigators, about the growing public health crisis of illicit fentanyl allowed
Venezuela turns the lights back on as power is restored, but access to uncontaminated water is critical

Venezuela turns the lights back on as power is restored, but access to uncontaminated water is critical

Power has returned to Venezuela after it first failed a week ago, but access to uncontaminated water remains critical.
Volkswagen CEO apologizes for evoking Auschwitz slogan at company meeting

Volkswagen CEO apologizes for evoking Auschwitz slogan at company meeting

The chief executive of Volkswagen says he is sorry that he used a Nazi slogan to speak about company profits at a meeting on Tuesday.
Australian teen who cracked raw egg over lawmaker's head donating GoFundMe money to mosque massacre victims

Australian teen who cracked raw egg over lawmaker's head donating GoFundMe money to mosque massacre victims

An Australian teenager who gained notoriety for cracking an egg on the head of a senator from his homeland who disparaged Muslims after the massacre at two New Zealand mosques Friday said he is
Australian teen who cracked raw egg over lawmaker's head donating GoFundMe money to mosque massacre victims

Australian teen who cracked raw egg over lawmaker's head donating GoFundMe money to mosque massacre victims

An Australian teenager who gained notoriety for cracking an egg on the head of a senator from his homeland who disparaged Muslims after the massacre at two New Zealand mosques Friday said he is
Cuban doctors on mission in Venezuela say they were forced to tie medical treatments to votes for Maduro

Cuban doctors on mission in Venezuela say they were forced to tie medical treatments to votes for Maduro

Cuban doctors dispatched to Venezuela as part of Cuba’s mission to help the South American nation’s medical needs were pressed by the host government to tie crucial treatments and medication to a
Cuban doctors on mission in Venezuela say they were forced to tie medical treatments to votes for Maduro

Cuban doctors on mission in Venezuela say they were forced to tie medical treatments to votes for Maduro

Cuban doctors dispatched to Venezuela as part of Cuba’s mission to help the South American nation’s medical needs were pressed by the host government to tie crucial treatments and medication to a
Polish journalist in Venezuela tormented, viciously beaten by government 'death squad,' his employer says

Polish journalist in Venezuela tormented, viciously beaten by government 'death squad,' his employer says

Venezuela's national police forced a Polish reporter from his car and viciously beat him. he reporter, who was not arrested, was left lying in the street, according to multiple sources, including his
Polish journalist in Venezuela tormented, viciously beaten by government 'death squad,' his employer says

Polish journalist in Venezuela tormented, viciously beaten by government 'death squad,' his employer says

Venezuela's national police forced a Polish reporter from his car and viciously beat him. he reporter, who was not arrested, was left lying in the street, according to multiple sources, including his
Polish journalist in Venezuela tormented, viciously beaten by government 'death squad,' his employer says

Polish journalist in Venezuela tormented, viciously beaten by government 'death squad,' his employer says

Venezuela's national police forced a Polish reporter from his car and viciously beat him. he reporter, who was not arrested, was left lying in the street, according to multiple sources, including his
Democratic Socialists of America endorses Bernie Sanders despite some members' reservations

Democratic Socialists of America endorses Bernie Sanders despite some members' reservations

The Democratic Socialists of America, whose membership ballooned after the 2016 candidacy of allied Sen. Bernie Sanders, announced its endorsement this week of the Vermont lawmaker in his second bid
Nearly 2,000 immigrants to be released in Texas from federal custody this weekend, report says

Nearly 2,000 immigrants to be released in Texas from federal custody this weekend, report says

Immigration officials plan to release nearly 2,000 immigrants from custody in the Texas area over the weekend, according to the local ABC-TV affiliate.

Nearly 2,000 immigrants to be released in Texas from federal custody this weekend, report says

Immigration officials plan to release nearly 2,000 immigrants from custody in the Texas area over the weekend, according to the local ABC-TV affiliate.
Fentanyl overdose deaths soared after 2013, new federal data shows

Fentanyl overdose deaths soared after 2013, new federal data shows

Drug overdose deaths linked to fentanyl saw a sharp rise from 2013 through 2016, doubling each year, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Venezuela hit by another power outage, Maduro blames sabotage

Venezuela hit by another power outage, Maduro blames sabotage

For the second time this month, Venezuela is undergoing a power outage in many areas, forcing students and workers to stay home Tuesday.
All-female board of Vatican women's magazine quits, citing sexism

All-female board of Vatican women's magazine quits, citing sexism

A history professor who, as founder of the Vatican’s women’s magazine, was most high-profile woman at the Holy See, has quit because of what she described as sexist working conditions.The all-female
Venezuela hit by another power outage, Maduro blames sabotage

Venezuela hit by another power outage, Maduro blames sabotage

For the second time this month, Venezuela is undergoing a power outage in many areas, forcing students and workers to stay home Tuesday.
All-female board of Vatican women's magazine quits, citing sexism

All-female board of Vatican women's magazine quits, citing sexism

A history professor who, as founder of the Vatican’s women’s magazine, was most high-profile woman at the Holy See, has quit because of what she described as sexist working conditions.The all-female

New Jersey drug busts turn up pot-laced kids' cereals

Drug busts in New Jersey are taking on a new twist – kids' cereals.
New Jersey drug busts turn up pot-laced kids' cereals

New Jersey drug busts turn up pot-laced kids' cereals

Drug busts in New Jersey are taking on a new twist – kids' cereals.