A mundane dispute over teenagers walking through a neighbor’s yard on their way home from school in Anaheim, Ca., spun out of control, with an officer firing a shot, 300 people demonstrating, and 23 being arrested.
New study shows “the challenges of treating drug addiction in a world of distractions, temptations and competing incentives for profit among both patients and physicians,” says the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The plea was sent after a report that the White House Office of Management and Budget had targeted the Office of National Drug Control Policy for elimination in President Trump’s first budget proposal to Congress.
The suit contends that police routinely pull people over and stop them on the street without cause, demanding identification and searching them or their vehicles. Police Chief Edward Flynn denies illegal stop-and-frisks, defends traffic stops in high-crime areas.
A few dozen people occupying a sprawling encampment on federal land to protest construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline will have another chance to leave peacefully today, said North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum.