Turns out Rudy Eugene, the "Miami Zombie," might not have been under the influence of bath salts after all. It had been previously reported that Eugene had marijuana in his system, and after further tests that's all the medical examiners found.
"The department's toxicology laboratory has identified the active components of marijuana," a Miami-Dade Medical Examiner said in a statement according to NBCMiami. "The laboratory has tested for but not detected any other street drugs, alcohol or prescription drugs, or any adulterants found in street drugs..."
A Robot with 100% winning rate at Rock/Paper/Scissors thanks to a high-speed camera which predicts the human hand’s impending play, and reacts within one millisecond — faster than the human eye can process.
WASHINGTON -- Illegal immigration has fallen precipitously and border enforcement is at an all-time high, but that's hard to tell from statements Republicans blasted out Monday after the Supreme Court struck down much of Arizona's immigration law.
Doctors should be the ones to tell people they're fat-ness is unhealthy. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends that physicians screen for obesity and help patients find weight-loss programs.
Athlete procreation is a mysterious process. Naturally we expect the offspring of the best talents worldwide to be physically gifted and mentally driven. But sometimes the script is flipped, and the athletic children turn out to be wild, weird or...
Every story line connected to this champion Heat team seemed to start or end with LeBron James, the vindication, the King finally getting his crown, and you can’t argue much with that narrative considering James had a season comparable to Dan...
June 25: Justice Antonin Scalia delivers an opinion on Arizona's immigration law as well as President Obama's new immigration policy. MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell discusses why Scalia's attack is so unusual with Tom Goldstein of SCOTUSBlog.com.
Between the end of the primaries and the start of the conventions, presidential campaigns are message wars. Both sides test slogans and proposals while trying to frame their opponents in memorably unfavorable ways.
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