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Daily Archives: October 16, 2014

Biden son tossed out of Navy after testing positive for cocaine

Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden was discharged from the Navy in February after testing positive for cocaine, a person familiar with the case confirmed to ABC News.

The person said Biden had failed a urinalysis test administered in June 2013 before he was discharged from the Navy

William Snyder released on $15, 000 bail after drug raid revealed heroin, guns and cocaine packaging equipment

A search of the residence revealed suspected heroin, suspected prescription pills, suspected marijuana, working digital scales, packaging materials, a .22 caliber rifle, $366.00 in U.S currency and evidence of long term cocaine packaging from in and around the residence.

This case was the result of a three month long investigation into the distribution of cocaine from the residence by Snyder.

Now it will be really easy for Obama officials to hug the nurses taking care of ebola patient

Nina Pham will be transferred from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to a National Institutes of Health hospital in Bethesda, Md., family members confirmed Thursday.

A 26-year-old nurse, Pham was the first second person to be diagnosed with Ebola on U.S. soil.

Even blue state Dems think its bonkers for O’Malley to run for Prez

Forty percent of Marylanders have a favorable opinion of Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, and 43 percent have an unfavorable opinion of him.

Nineteen percent of residents think Governor O’Malley should run for president in 2016, while 65 percent do not think he should run.

Book World: DEAD ON Chapter Nineteen

  Robert W. Walker’s DEAD ON   Chapter NINETEEN   The children had abandoned Paco for their mother instead; Nora hugged her little ones to her where they huddled at…