For those who believe Kobe Bryant is the 25th-best player in the NBA, look behind you; the Black Mamba is staring at you, tapping his feet, holding up a tissue and transparent plastic cup while pointing
30 years ago, deadly bombings in Beirut forged a powerful new militant group. Lebanon’s devastating civil war, which lasted from 1975 to 1990, hardened divisions among the country’s various sectarian Against
In 1969, a mere 12 percent of Americans wanted to legalize marijuana. Today, 58 percent do. That's according to a new poll by Gallup, which says the drug is moving toward social acceptance. "It has been
After a lawsuit was filed against Barneys New York this week accusing it of racial discrimination, the upscale retailer said Wednesday that it has "zero tolerance" for such behavior. Trayon Christian,
Veterinarians urge pet owners to be more vigilant in drug-infested parks Berlin's dogs are being poisoned by the feces of drug addicts, according to a report from Germany's Tagesspiegel newspaper. Veterinarians
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There's a pill called Suboxone that treats addiction to heroin and pain pills like oxycontin. Doctors and addicts say it's amazing. "It was the best thing that ever happened," one heroin addict told us.
The "bishop of bling" has been suspended by Pope Francis while the Roman Catholic Church investigates allegations of overspending on renovations at the German cleric's residence and offices. Bishop of