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A state hearing in Scranton this week demonstrated not only the growing impact of the opioid drug addiction epidemic, but a growing understanding that it is a public health emergency rather than a law enforcement matter alone. At least 149 people in the s (read more)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — who has tried for many years across several U.S. administrations to make Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard a diplomatic bargaining chip — wants it to be known now that Mr. Pollard is not a bargaining chip. That is, I (read more)

Chris Kelly
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:07:28 14:16:13 Jack Jones was hot, but far from bothered. “What a great idea,” the semiretired Navy intelligence officer said as he accepted my offer of a free Popsicle. I went to Courthouse Square on Tuesday armed with a pull-cooler, a fiery Calypso playlist (read more)

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