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  • Missouri governor commute's man's sentence for pot offenses

    A Missouri man sentenced to life without parole for marijuana-related offenses is eligible for parole Friday after Gov. Jay Nixon commuted his sentence.
  • Suffolk police discovery of marijuana manufacturing operation leads to 4 arrests

    Suffolk police discovery of marijuana manufacturing operation leads to 4 arrests
    Four people were arrested by Suffolk police following a search of a home that uncovered a drug manufacturing operation to include more than 100 marijuana plants, as well as tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of gold, vehicles and other items. The...

    Bikers promise quiet weekend at Missouri gathering

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. People tend to be wary when a group named for one of history's most savage conquering armies comes to their town. This weekend, that town will be Excelsior Springs, Mo. About 200 to 250 members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club are...

    In Brazil, homicide rate still high despite increased prosperity

    In Brazil, homicide rate still high despite increased prosperity
    Almost everyone here on the outskirts of Maceio, the capital of Brazil's most dangerous state, has a horror story to tell. "They shot a woman in the bar last week," said Maria das Gracas da Silva, a 49-year-old maid. "They shot her right in her mouth,...

    Two Former Students Face Federal Charges Over Wesleyan Overdoses

    Two Former Students Face Federal Charges Over Wesleyan Overdoses
    NEW HAVEN — Federal authorities charged two former Wesleyan University students Friday with selling the synthetic party drug Molly, which resulted in the hospitalization of at least a dozen students on two occasions during the 2014-15 school year....