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Russian mafia boss still at large after FBI wiretap at Trump Tower - There, indeed, was an FBI wiretap involving Russians at Trump Tower. But it was not placed at the behest of Barack Obama and the target was not the Trump campaign of 2016. For two years ending in 2013, the FBI had a court-approved warrant to eavesdrop on a sophisticated Russian organized crime money laundering network … Continue reading Russian mafia boss still at large after FBI wiretap at Trump Tower
Drug dealers as murderers? Proposed Florida law targets sellers fueling overdose crisis - Cindy Dodds 24-year-old son, Kyle, was found dead of a lethal drug overdose on the streets of Overtown in Sept. 2016. Kyle had a mix of fentanyl, carfentanil, cocaine and heroin in his system. Cindy is hoping to raise awareness about opioid abuse, and that lawmakers strengthen the Florida law punishing dealers who give out … Continue reading Drug dealers as murderers? Proposed Florida law targets sellers fueling overdose crisis
Court decision on transgender bathroom access could put state ballot-measure proposal in spotlight - On Monday, the United States Supreme Court decided not to hear a case over a transgender person’s access to public bathrooms. Some say that decision could elevate the battle over the issue in Washington state. OLYMPIA — With the nation’s top court sidestepping the issue of transgender people’s access to public bathrooms, Washington state may … Continue reading Court decision on transgender bathroom access could put state ballot-measure proposal in spotlight
Tempe ‘squatter’ loses in court again as judges affirm lower-court ruling that case lacks merit - Steve Sussex gives a tour of the property his family has occupied for 137 years on the corner of First Street and Farmer Avenue. Sussex is in a dispute with Tempe over rights to the parcel. Ben Moffat/azcentral.com A Tempe man whose family has squatted in a century-old house on valuable property near downtown has … Continue reading Tempe ‘squatter’ loses in court again as judges affirm lower-court ruling that case lacks merit