No, We Didn't Just See The First Marijuana Overdose Death

Humans have been getting high on marijuana for millennia, and there has never been a recorded case of a fatal overdose.
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Democrats seek to block Trump travel ban

Senate Democrats introduce legislation blocking the administration from barring refugees based on what country they are from.

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Iraqi forces retake last IS-held town in country

Iraqi government forces on Friday retook the last town in the country still held by the Islamic State group as ...
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Rafah crossing to reopen for three days

Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt to reopen for humanitarian cases.

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Ohio Lawmaker Quits After Having 'Inappropriate Conduct' With Man In His Office

An Ohio lawmaker known for his devotion to “family values” has stepped down after allegedly engaging in “inappropriate conduct with another man” ...
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The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

Don't waste your bread on motor oil.
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IDF unveils its first wheeled APC

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The Defense Ministry promises that the new armored vehicle ‘Eitan’ is the most sophisticated and well-shielded. It is capable of seating up to 12 soldiers, reaching 90km per hour; its development was catalyzed after a deadly APC incident during Operation Protective Edge and in preparation for possible Lebanon war.

Russian helicopter shot down in Syria kills 5

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The Russian military suffered its heaviest blow since it entered the Syrian civil war as rebel forces took out a helicopter returning from a humanitarian mission, killing all five of its crew; Territory over which chopper was brought down not controlled by ISIS.

Turkey admits some crackdown dismissals may be ‘unfair’

A demonstrator waves the national flag during a rally to condemn the coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul on July 24, 2016Turkey admitted on Monday there may have been some "unfair" treatment in its post-coup crackdown as it voiced anger at Germany for barring President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from addressing a rally in Cologne. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told a top-ranking US general that his government remained committed to principles of law in its fight against coup plotters and called for Washington to extradite US-based preacher Fethullan Gulen "as soon as possible". Ankara accuses Gulen of masterminding the coup and says it is seeking to remove all trace of his influence in Turkish institutions.