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More wrestlers are becoming open with their steroid stories. Back before testing was taken seriously, it was juice or lose.
Robert Wayne Holsey's attorney failed to adequately defend his client and was later convicted of misappropriating funds.
Mayor Bill de Blasio highlighted the success of a program instituted just last month.
Despite opposition, the ruling Fidesz party is intent on forcing kids to pee in a cup.
The Fourth Corner Credit Union hopes to occupy a void that the banking industry has yet to fill.
Charlie Sheen settles custody battle after drunk claims, Oregon man shows up to court with drugs, and police dog takes down drunk man peeing on cop car.
The odds are good but the goods are odd.
New Jersey politicians are butting heads with the medical community over the unregulated use of Suboxone to treat heroin addicts.
A large majority of Americans like their new pot laws and want the federal government to stay away.
A drunk driving case involving a warrantless blood draw may have constitutional implications.
Rumain Brisbon is the latest victim of a police shooting to spark protest and outrage.
Leader of the Black Guerilla Family, Tavon White, ran the Baltimore County Detention Center with an assist from corrupt prison guards.
Smoking hookah isn't the safe alternative to cigarettes that most people think.
Who really needs treatment? And how should this be tailored to better incorporate the severity and specificity of addiction?
Man fights off muggers with a bag of beer, drug smuggler caught trafficking cocaine in St. Bernard, and man tries hiding heroin inside butt crack.
Even the ultra-conservative Mormon State has been plagued by prescription drug overdoses.
A unique approach to recovery has shown some positive results, though the sample size remains relatively small.
Former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy went on NPR to express his concerns about the coming wave of weed ads.
Two separate studies both showed that medical marijuana can be useful in treating the degenerative disease.
Despite the obvious failure, Republican lawmakers believe the expense in time and money is worth it.