By TOM HAYSAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - The Craigslist ad offered black-market Percocet pills for sale but warned potential customers: "No LE please." Meaning: No law enforcement.
Like that made a difference.
The 40-year-old man accused of placing the ad was among 21 people arrested in an
By THOMAS J. SHEERANAssociated Press
AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Hoping to land a farm job and move close to his family, Scott Davis met his new boss and walked with him through the autumn-color woodlands of southeast Ohio last year.
Then he heard the click of a gun at the back of his head.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A Minnesota woman who may have received tainted steroid injections blamed for the nationwide outbreak of fungal meningitis sued the drug seller on Thursday, though she hasn't been diagnosed with the rare illness.
The federal lawsuit appears to be the first stemming from the
BOSTON (AP) - Boston officials have announced plans to manage the release of potentially hundreds of jail and prison inmates whose drug cases were tainted in a state lab testing scandal.
Mayor Thomas Menino said Thursday a "crisis re-entry" team will manage individual cases, beginning with
By MELISSA NELSON-GABRIEL and PHILLIP RAWLSAssociated Press
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Video of the fatal shooting of a naked Alabama college student shows him with his arms outstretched and his palms open seconds before a campus police officer fired.
The Mobile County Sheriff's Department played
By GENE JOHNSONAssociated Press
SEATTLE (AP) - Washington state is on the verge of becoming the first in the nation to let adults over 21 buy taxed, inspected marijuana at state-licensed shops.
It might not clear up more than a decade of confusion that resulted from the state's medical
SEATTLE (AP) - Washington state is on the verge of becoming the first in the nation to let adults over 21 buy taxed, inspected marijuana at state-licensed shops. Supporters of Initiative 502 say allowing recreational pot sales could make drug laws a little more reasonable, prevent
By BREE FOWLERAP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - After a string of disappointing debuts, the IPO market showed signs of life Thursday, with shares of four newly public companies each shooting up more than 20 percent in their first day of trading.
All of the companies - Realogy, the owner of