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Authorities intercepted a woman using this drug kit in preparation for shooting up a mix of heroin and fentanyl inside a Walmart bathroom last month in Manchester, N.H. Fentanyl offers a particularly potent high but also can shut down breathing in under a minute.
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Thursday that the New Zealand government will ban military style semi-automatic weapons in response to the mosque attacks last week that killed 50 people.
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Peter Tarjan and his cat, Jodi, of Miami. Tarjan's grandparents and parents died in the Holocaust. The Holocaust Memorial Museum has recently hired a full-time curator in South Florida to collect objects from Holocaust survivors to commemorate that history.
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Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, speaks to reporters on Wednesday in Brussels. He told British Prime Minister Theresa May that an extension for withdrawal from the EU is possible, but with a caveat.
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President Trump speaks at the Joint Systems Manufacturer on Wednesday in Lima, Ohio. Trump visited the northeastern Ohio defense manufacturing plant to discuss his successes in the economy, job growth, John McCain and ISIS.
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South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg proposed scrapping the Electoral College from the start of his campaign, one of several radical changes to American politics now embraced by several candidates.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies before the Senate Banking Committee on Feb. 26. "It may be some time before the outlook for jobs and inflation calls clearly for a change in policy," he said Wednesday.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visited Cashmere High School in Christchurch, which lost two current students to the shootings at two mosques last Friday that killed 50 people.
For those familiar with Justice Neil Gorsuch's record, his vote was not a surprise. He previously served on the federal appeals court based in Denver, a court that encompasses dozens of recognized Indian tribes.
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"There seems to be this sense where disabled people are kind of seen as oddities and forced to go through this world to be singled out and othered," says Imani Barbarin. "There's really no common sense attached when able-bodied people approach disabled people."
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European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager says Google broke the law for roughly 10 years by restricting how business partners deal with rivals in search advertising.