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A series that explores the very different lives and experiences of three women who directly impacted or were affected by drug trafficking.
Presented by the Starz Original Series Power
A series that explores the very different lives and experiences of three women who directly impacted or were affected by drug trafficking.
Presented by the Starz Original Series Power
Things continued to spiral downwards for David, until they reached an all-time low when he got into a street fight in 1995
The drug war brought violence to Latin America, but let me tell you it's also brought opportunity and created a way to escape a system of deeply-ingrained poverty for hundreds of thousands of people.
Where are the neighbors? Where are the schools and community organizations? Who reaches out to see what the problem is? Does anyone see this child/youth desperately in need of help and hope? Who listens or offers a helping hand amidst the violence and despair they face daily?
H/T Daily Dot Back in the studio, all the anchors could do was laugh. But in what appears to be the most conspicuous deal
In the over 90 years since William Jennings Bryan's death, we have seen scores of major atrocities played out with the theory of "survival of the fittest" as a motivating factor. We are also seeing it at every level of business and society.
We don't need anonymous companies. They are the getaway cars for all sorts of criminals and fraudsters who are hurting U.S. interests -- it's time to take away the keys.
On Monday, authorities in Colorado announced they'd shut down a meth taco sales operation in the Denver area, detailing charges
No matter what you have done in your past. No matter what you have had to endure. No matter what you are currently facing, there is still hope. I promise you that.
Heroin is news right now, and for lots of first-time users -- often switching over from more expensive painkiller habits -- the price is right. Here in federal prison I'm surrounded by some of the casualties of this not-so-new heroin wave, so I thought I'd get one typical perspective.
During that same period, the U.S. government spent between $40 billion and $50 billion each year fighting the war on drugs
Local officials in several cities across the country have implemented versions of the High Point initiative. But the Justice
Becker wrote, "The cost has been large in terms of lives, money and the well-being of many Americans, especially the poor
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