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Lawmakers offer alternative to cold medicine prescription proposal to combat meth – 953MNC.com

Two Indiana lawmakers have unveiled a proposal that they say will curb sales of a common cold medicine used to make methamphetamine but would not penalize sick people by requiring prescriptions for the drug.

Review ‘re-affirms’ Clinton emails ‘top secret’…

The sources described the dispute over whether the two emails were classified at the highest level as a “settled matter.”

Woman tricked into having sex with transexual tells how she was manipulated – Telegraph

School apologizes after making child change “Black Girls Rock” s – WLOX.com – The News for South Mississippi

Makiyah-Jae has worn the shirt to Popps Ferry Elementary many times, but recently came home from school in a different shirt than the one she left the house wearing. Concerned, Jolly called the principal.

The 45 Communist Goals – The Burning Truth

Use technical decisions of the courts to weaken basic American institutions by claiming their activities violate civil rights.

Federal Reserve Hikes Interest Rates | Fox Business

The policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee voted unanimously to raise rates by 0.25% to a range of 0.25%-0.50%, not a whole lot but enough to test the still-weakened U.S. economy’s ability to absorb the higher borrowing costs that will follow the increase.

Mistrial declared in first Freddie Gray case as jurors deadlock on all counts | Fox News

The judge announced a mistrial Wednesday in the case of the first officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray, after jurors in Baltimore announced they could not reach a unanimous decision.

BREAKING: ISIS Smuggled Sarin Gas Through Turkey – Terrorists Captured With Poison Gas in Switzerland – The Gateway Pundit

** Last week Swiss officials captured ISIS operatives transporting explosives and TOXIC GAS for an alleged terrorist attack.

Hoosiers can buy alcohol on Christmas for the first time since Prohibition | Fox 59

This is the first Christmas Day that Hoosiers will be able to buy alcohol on since Prohibition, according to our partners at the IndyStar.