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DEA Blasted for Stonewalling Probe On Opioid Pill Dumping

As Trump declares a public health emergency, a congressional committee can’t squeeze answers out of the federal agency.

Cuba cites lack of evidence in mysterious sonic attacks on diplomats

Cuba presented its most detailed defense to date against U.S. accusations that American diplomats in Havana were subjected to mysterious sonic attacks that left them with a variety of ailments including headaches, hearing problems and concussions.

Help Me! Boy cries as Rohingya boat fleeing Myanmar capsizes

Across the ferocious waves and the churning black water, Alam Jafar could see his frantic seven-year-old son gasping for breath, his arms flailing just above the ocean’s surface.

Fox CEO James Murdoch Blames Bad NFL Ratings on ‘Over Saturation,’ Not Anthem Protests

Fox CEO James Murdoch is worried about the collapsing ratings for pro football but thinks the drop is due to “over saturation” and not because of the league’s constant protests during the national anthem.

Fox CEO James Murdoch Blames Bad NFL Ratings on ‘Over Saturation,’ Not Anthem Protests

Fox CEO James Murdoch is worried about the collapsing ratings for pro football but thinks the drop is due to “over saturation” and not because of the league’s constant protests during the national anthem.

My Epiphany at a New Jersey Chinese Buffet

During Hurricane Sandy, the value and dignity of manual labor.

Bringing Back the Draft Won’t Stop Unnecessary Wars

In fact, history suggests just the opposite.

Cuba presents detailed defense against sonic attack charges

Cuba presented its most detailed defense to date against U.S. accusations that American diplomats in Havana were subjected to mysterious sonic attacks that left them with a variety of ailments including headaches, hearing problems and concussions.

D-backs name Narron as bench coach to replace Gardenhire

Gardenhire left Lovullo’s staff to become manager of Tigers

Republicans spoil for a fight over Russia probe budget

Politico, by Darren Samuelsohn Posted By: Lucky5- Fri, 27 50 2017 03:50:38 GMT Republicans trying to hobble Robert Mueller’s sprawling probe into President Donald Trump and Russia matters are about to get a new weapon: the special counsel’s budget. Lawmakers haven’t yet seen the Russia investigator’s first spending report, which must go through a Justice Department review before being made public. But they’re already setting up a fight over how much the probe is costing taxpayers — and the fact that there’s no end in sight. “For them to say to us, ‘Vote for an open’ended appropriation into a Mueller witch hunt,’ I think you’ll see significant objection there,” Rep. Steve King (R’Iowa) told POLITICO. Mueller’s