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Opioid death rates soared in areas where pain pills flowed

An analysis of previously undisclosed DEA data reveals corresponding spikes in deaths and pill shipments at the height of the epidemic.

As lawyers zero in on drug firms, a reckoning may be coming

Nearly 2,000 communities hurt by the opioid crisis are suing drug companies for staggering sums to cover the costs of treatment, education and law enforcement.

House votes to kill resolution on impeachment

Democrats joined with Republicans to stop the measure — an unusual optic one day after a divided House voted to condemn racist remarks by the president.

Along party lines, House votes to hold Barr, Ross in contempt for failing to comply with subpoena

The vote to hold the attorney general and commerce secretary in criminal contempt for failing to provide census documents came amid soaring tensions between the White House and Congress.
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Border agent in Texas accused of harassing mother of 12-year-old migrant who was in custody

The accusations made in a complaint filed with U.S. Customs and Border Protection have come to light as the agency battles an onslaught of criticism and allegations of abuse at its facilities.
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Unauthorized immigrants face public backlash in Mexico, survey finds

A Washington Post-Reforma poll shows most Mexicans favor deporting Central American migrants to their home countries.
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Airline helpfully tweets advice on where on a plane you are least likely to die in a crash

Fatality rates are usually not what customers want to hear about, but one carrier's regional Twitter account went there anyway.
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