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Poll: Most New Yorkers Blame Doctors For Opioid Epidemic, But Gov’t Got a Pass

 New Yorkers are placing most of the blame for the opioid epidemic squarely on the shoulders of the doctors who prescribed the opioids.  Although they do shoulder some of the blame, the heart of the problem goes to the pharmaceutical companies who earn big bucks when a doctor prescribes their opioid, and the government who has promised to look away. 

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Turn up Your Happiness Dial With These Simple Tips: From Sleeping More to Eating Chocolate, Easy Ways You Can Be Happy Now

There are many ways to boost your happiness, and these are some of the ones that you can indulge in every day.

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5 Fast Facts You Need To Know About The Tennessee Waffle House Shooting

The suspected gunman has been identified as Travis Reinking, 29, from Morton, Illinois. His record consists of a number of encounters with police, which included an interview with the FBI last year.

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Voter Distrust Of Political News Is At An All-Time High With Good Reason

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey has found that 54% of likely United States voters now say they do not trust the political news they are getting.  That's up from last June’s previous high of 46%.  This all comes on the heels of ex-MSNBC pundit exposing the network's clear "pro-establishment bias."

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Connecting the Dots of Big Data, Soaring Corporate Profits and Trade Wars

It's self-evident that we cannot possibly understand trade, soaring corporate profits, Facebook's data collection or the economy without understanding the core role played by Big Data in reaping outsized profits and pushing narratives.

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Subterranean Fires & Gold Rushes: Meet America’s Ghost Towns (Photos)

Dotted all around the country, the derelict towns, full of decaying buildings, have provided the backdrop and inspiration for numerous songs and stories. Most of them were once thriving communities but, for one calamitous reason or another, all the residents have long since departed.

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Waffle House Shooter Was Previously Arrested By Secret Service, Had Guns Confiscated

Following their own investigation into the matter, Illinois authorities returned the firearms to Reinking’s father. His father admitted to authorities after Sunday morning’s shooting that he had returned them to his son.

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Human Trafficking Victims Can Make, Sell 3D-Printed Jewelry Thanks to Startup

See a problem, solve a problem. That’s the kind of thought process I can get behind. It appears to be how Katherine Prescott, the cofounder of Free-D, thinks as well.

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WikiLeaks To Countersue Democrats; “Discovery Is Going To Be Amazing Fun”

WikiLeaks has hit back against a multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed by the Democratic National Committee (DNC), announcing over Twitter that they are seeking donations for a counter-suit, noting "We've never lost a publishing case and discovery is going to be amazing fun," along with a link which people can use to donate to the organization.

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The Price Of This Essential Mineral Could Skyrocket

As the world’s population continues to grow, demand is set to rise higher and higher and higher.

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