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Indiana Crowned Meth Capital of United States – Tristatehomepage – Eyewitness News

Law enforcement has a mixed reaction to the numbers because Indiana seized more labs than any other state. Which means suppression tactics are working, but it could also mean the amount of labs are growing.   Here are the top five states for lab busts in 2013. Illinois with 673, Ohio with 1,010, Missouri, which held the crown last year, with 1,496, Tennessee with 1,616, and Indiana with the most lab busts in 2013 at 1,808.

CIA ignored station chief in Libya when creating talking points on Benghazi – Washington Times

Before the Obama administration gave an inaccurate narrative on national television that the Benghazi attacks grew from an anti-American protest, the CIA’s station chief in Libya pointedly told his superiors in Washington that no such demonstration occurred, documents and interviews with current and former intelligence officials show.

Ex-CIA chief confirms he ignored Benghazi guidance from top officer on ground | Fox News

The former acting director of the CIA, in his first public on Benghazi, confirmed that he ignored guidance from the top CIA officer on the ground in favor of reporting from analysts far removed from the scene, in shaping the flawed “talking points” which said the attack sprung from a protest.

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Study: Vegetarians Less Healthy than Meat Eaters

are and have a worse quality of life than meat eaters, according to a study by the University of Graz, Austria.

Eat Right and Save the Planet | National Review Online

Every five years, a committee of officials chosen by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reviews the federal dietary guidelines. This committee, called the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, is mandated by Congress to work on “providing nutritional and dietary information and guidelines for the general public . . . based on the preponderance of scientific and medical knowledge currently available.”

Kellogg ex-CEO says FDA is attacking food industry | The Daily Caller

Carlos Gutierrez,  formerly secretary of commerce under President George W. Bush and president, chairman and chief executive officer of Kellogg Co., warned members of the audience at the Annual Food Marketing Conference on Tuesday that the FDA has launched an all-out attack on the food industry.

Organic activists need GMOs now more than ever | The Daily Caller

You can’t separate the organic movement from the anti- movement. They are one and the same, existing in perfect anti-technological symbiosis. What’s bad for GMOs is good for organics and vice versa.

Angry motorists want to put brakes on red light cameras | Fox News

Angry motorists are fed up with having to shell out big bucks to pay fines generated by red light cameras and speed cameras.

St. Joseph Co. leaf pickup frustrations still piling up | Local – Home

If you still have huge leaf piles on your curb, they might be there a little longer. The company contracted to do leaf pick up in St. Joseph County told WSBT Tuesday it probably won’t be able to start up again until the end of the month.

GreenWorldGlobal | CurbsideCollectionProgram

The County understands and acknowledges there are remaining areas, especially in Clay and Harris Townships, that have not received  a “first pass”.  These areas are the County’s highest priority to complete once conditions improve and the snow and ice are gone.  The County and Greenworld crews will make every effort to complete the first pass in the remaining areas as soon as the weather permits, which may not be until spring. Once Greenworld crews are able to complete the first pass, the County has directed Greenworld to take a second pass through the townships in the spring to collect any remaining leaves. The County will monitor developing forecasts and provide the media program updates ahead of the anticipated changes in the weather and temperatures.  Also, please visit the program’s web-site at for program updates.

Edible Blob Sets Out to Replace Plastic Water Bottles — But Is It Practical? | Video |

While it might look like a gelatinous mass that could have come out of the ocean, the translucent pouch is actually a design team’s solution for a cheap, eco-friendly replacement for plastic water bottles.

Residents respond to SB’s miserable cities ranking

The results of Gallup’s most recent “Well-Being Index” ranks the South Bend-Mishawaka metro area 16th from the bottom of the 189-city list.