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When Maximo Garcia heard that he was on a list of local drug suspects in Mayombo, he tried to clear his name with the police... [Read More]
Sayfullo Saipov, who was approved as an immigrant in 2010, recently used a pickup truck to murder eight people on a bike path in Manhattan.... [Read More]
The Republican Senate candidate tries to discredit an accuser he said he didn't know by noting that he presided over her divorce case. [Read More]
If the he is lying about courthouse chats and restaurant meals, he is probably lying about his alleged crimes too. [Read More]
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who likens himself to Hitler, promotes the mass murder of drug users. [Read More]
The attorney general, who conceded that good people do smoke marijuana, gave no indication of an impending crackdown. [Read More]
Maybe this is how the war on drugs should be fought from now on. [Read More]
Journalists continue to claim the Causeway Cannibal was under the influence of synthetic cathinones. [Read More]
That is farther than some of his defenders are willing to go. [Read More]
Thanks to Alabama's onerous sex offender law, the Republican Senate candidate would still be paying for his mistake four decades later. [Read More]
A 2014 animal cruelty charge prevented the Texas church shooter from obtaining a concealed handgun license. [Read More]
Virginia's incoming governor supports decriminalization. [Read More]
The New York Times columnist's irrelevant gun control proposals are now accompanied by snazzy graphics. [Read More]
Politicians have too much faith in background checks and extreme vetting as defenses against terrorism and mass shootings. [Read More]
The Drug Policy Alliance documents an unjust prosecution trend that makes opioid fatalities more likely. [Read More]
Paul LePage says Maine shouldn't implement a legalization initiative until it's clear how the feds will respond. [Read More]
His conviction for domestic violence legally disqualified him from buying guns. [Read More]
The notice, which will appear on the second-to-last page of U.S. passports, is officially known as an "endorsement," but it is more like a badge... [Read More]
It is hard to see how anyone could have predicted Sayfullo Saipov's seven-year journey from eager immigrant to Islamic terrorist. [Read More]
The panel wants to make prescription analgesics even harder to obtain. [Read More]