This Florida Man Was Wearing Earphones, So How Could He Hear Cops Ordering Him To Stop?
South Florida police claim that they shot and killed Jermaine McBean two years ago at his apartment complex in Orland Park because he ignored their…
Car Dealer 101: electric cars that aren't charged won't sell
Electric-car owners and advocates have a tenuous relationship with the franchised independent car dealers who are the only legal way to buy a new vehicle in the U.S. Tesla excepted, if you want to buy a new car, you have to go to a dealership over which the carmaker has only limited control. Horror...
Seven In Nor Cal Charged For Making, Selling Fentanyl-Laced Pills
On Monday U.S. Attorney McGregor Scottin Sacramento said a federal grand jury has returned a 27-count indictment two Central Valley brothers and five other people manufacturing and selling fetanyl-laced pills and other drugs.
Two Gardena police officers charged with illegally selling more than 100 guns
Two Gardena police officers have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of selling more than 100 firearms they acquired thanks to their positions as cops to dozens of others including a straw sale where the weapon was conveyed to a convicted criminal.
How I became addicted to the 'crack cocaine of gambling'
How a mother of six became addicted to slot machines.
7 Reasons Why Your Salaried Job Is Like Crack Cocaine
Start each morning with the following mantra: 'I am a salary addict.'
How a first crack cocaine offense led to a life sentence
Sharanda Jones is one of thousands of federal prisoners who can only get out if Obama commutes her sentence.
New rules on 'crack cocaine betting machines will cost 20,000 jobs'
MPs have fought back against secretive gambling industry-funded research that claims that half of the nation’s bookmakers will close, causing 20,000 job losses if new rules on responsible gambling are introduced.
What Crack Cocaine Teaches Us About NSA Reform
The first step toward more comprehensive NSA reform begins with Congress passing the USA Freedom Act.
13 Charged In White Plains Federal Court With Crack Cocaine Distribution
Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge...
Man, 52, gets 10 years for dealing crack cocaine
A 52-year-old Alabaster man will spend the next decade in prison after pleading guilty recently to distributing crack cocaine in the city.
Tip to MDEA agents leads to crack cocaine arrest in Biddeford
The investigation began with a tip to the MDEA tip line, investigators said.
Why Is the Concept of a Man Wearing a Romper So Hilarious?
A new company called RompHim is making one-piece jumpsuits for men, and the internet doesn't know what to think.
Marijuana, Crack, Cocaine? What Vape Users May Not Be Able To Resist
Risks of E-Cigarettes: Marketing tactics have led people to believe that vaping devices, like JUUL, are a safe alternative to cigarettes. Watch Our Vaping Se...
Lebanon man facing charges after traffic stop reveals over 100 grams of crack cocaine
LEBANON COUNTY, Pa.-- A Lebanon man is facing charges after a traffic stop revealed over 100 grams of crack cocaine. Alexis Mercado-Maldonado, 41, is facing multiple charges, including felony possession with intent to deliver. On September 7 around 12:55 a.m., police stopped a 2013 Kia Optima on Route 72 northbound in North Lebanon Township.
Over 100 bags of heroin, 9 vials of crack cocaine found in Lebanon car, police say
A Lebanon man is charged with having more than 100 bags of heroin in his car.
Rock Island man sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for trafficking crack cocaine
A 22-year-old Rock Island man who was captured after he led police on a high-speed chase in June has been sentenced to 10 years and 10 months in federal prison
Police seize 100+ grams of powder and crack cocaine, Springfield man facing multiple charges
Richard Williams is facing charges including trafficking in cocaine of 100-200 grams, resisting arrest, and assault and battery by means of a motor vehicle.
1/3 of 10-Year-Olds Access Internet Porn, 'The New Crack Cocaine,' Health Experts Warn
A group of health experts gathered on Capitol Hill Tuesday to brief congressional staff members on the new "public health crisis" facing America—the growing use of internet pornography among younger children and the impact it has on their mental growth and social understanding of sex.
Police: Man wearing sweats robs business in 100 Oaks
Justin Easley, 34, was arrested Wednesday night on a charge of robbery.