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Baltimore Police Officers Found Guilty Of Home Invasions, Pushing Drugs And Guns (Video)

Baltimore Police Officers Found Guilty Of Home Invasions, Pushing Drugs And Guns (Video)

The Baltimore, Md. Police Department is no stranger to scandal. We don’t need to go back much farther than the controversy surrounding Freddie Gray’s death in police custody in 2015, after which the U.S. Justice Department accused officers of routinely targeting African Americans. There is a new incident now placing Baltimore in the spotlight. On […]

JUST IN: As Many As 42 People Being Targeted In Trump-Russia Probe For Racketeering, Other Crimes

JUST IN: As Many As 42 People Being Targeted In Trump-Russia Probe For Racketeering, Other Crimes

On Wednesday, former Clinton administration aide Claude Taylor revealed that sources close to the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election had told him that warrants had been signed and issued as part of the case, and also that two grand juries were meeting to examine evidence and issue indictments. Now Taylor has […]

Rick Snyder Faces Potentially Career-Ending Lawsuit Over Flint Disaster

Rick Snyder Faces Potentially Career-Ending Lawsuit Over Flint Disaster

Given the overwhelming evidence that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder knew that Flint’s water was contaminated and twiddled his thumbs, it was only a matter of time before he would have to answer for his actions under oath. Well, that day came a lot sooner than anyone expected. On Wednesday, Snyder and several others were slapped with a civil […]

Pharmacist Faces Life In Prison For Meningitis Outbreak

Pharmacist Faces Life In Prison For Meningitis Outbreak

The co-founder and co-owner of a now-closed compounding pharmacy near Boston could spend the rest of his life in prison after being arraigned on federal charges that he caused a massive outbreak of fungal meningitis two years ago. Barry Cadden, the co-founder, co-owner, president, and head pharmacist of the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, […]

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