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DEA collusion with Mexican drug cartel?; Edwidge Danticat’s Letter to Miami; GPS-Like Device for Space.
From Fronteras: Did The DEA Work With Mexico’s Sinaloa Drug Cartel?
An accused Mexican drug lord extradited to the United States has filed a motion in federal court alleging he worked with U.S. law enforcement. He claims federal agents had been working with a second cartel member and granted him immunity.
From KUOW in Seattle: JAMA Study Finds Common VA Treatment for PTSD Ineffective
The off–label use of risperidone is frequently prescribed by Veterans Administration doctors for their patients who don’t show improvement with antidepressants.
From Under the Sun in Miami: Edwidge Danticat’s Letter to Miami
Although others might have praised Miami’s weather, golden beaches and word-class hotels, Danticat focused her letter on a 15-year-old boy who was shot and killed. His mother is in jail and his father was deported to Haiti after being acquitted of a crime.
From KPCC in Los Angeles: Crowd Packs Fullerton Council Meeting Over Homeless Death After Police Altercation
The parents of a homeless man have demanded the release of a 911 tape and possible surveillance video from a California city, hoping the material will shed more light on what led to a physical altercation last month between police officers and their son, who later died.
From WOSU in Columbus: OSU Researchers Create GPS-Like Device For Space
The system is designed to safely guide astronauts and aid disaster relief workers.