Iconic Gummy Bear Brand Will Open First US Factory In Paul Ryan's District

Business | Thomas Phippen
HARIBO's iconic Golden Bear gummy candies (Photo: PATRIK STOLLARZ/AFP/Getty Images)

‘This is a sweet day for Kenosha County’

Illegal Immigrant 'Checks In' With ICE, Stunned To Find Out He's Getting Deported

US | Will Racke
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers detain a suspect as they conduct a targeted enforcement operation in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on February 7, 2017. Picture taken on February 7, 2017. Courtesy Charles Reed/U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement via REUTERS

The man is a Trump supporter surprised to find out that executive orders applied to his case

Gunman Kills 3 People, 1 Police Officer In Multiple Shootings

US | Amber Randall
Officials investigate the scene of a police shooting in Urbandale, Iowa, where one of two police officers were shot and killed in separate attacks described as "ambush-style" in Urbandale and Des Moines, Iowa, U.S. November 2, 2016. REUTERS/Scott Morgan

”It’s tragic that had to happen’

Heroin Is Creeping Into Offices In Cities Ravaged By Prescription Pill Abuse

US | Steve Birr
Drugs (Credit: stocksolutions/Shutterstock)

‘It’s old and young and everybody in between’

New Nuclear Reactors Could Soon Be Built In Kentucky

Energy | Andrew Follett
Nuclear power plant reflected in the small lake. (Shutterstock/Nadezda Murmakova)

‘Kentucky’s lifting of the moratorium on nuclear energy is a harbinger of things to come’

SCOTUS Will Decide When Government Can Stop You From Selling Land

US | Kevin Daley
FILE PHOTO -- Visitors enter the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, U.S. October 5, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/File Photo

‘We felt our rights had been violated’

Bernie Sanders Blamed For Teens Voting Illegally In Wisconsin Primary

Elections | Kerry Picket
Bernie Sanders

‘The candidate has to have responsibility for those errors’

Here's How Many People Voted Illegally In Wisconsin

Politics | Eric Lieberman
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump points at the gathered media during his walk through at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, U.S., July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/File Photo

‘Misunderstanding of the law’

Another Bird Flu Outbreak In Tennessee Makes Three In A Week

US | Thomas Phippen
An agriculture officer hauls carcasses of dead chickens to be destroyed (Photo: Shutterstock/ChameleonsEye)

Unlikely to transfer to humans

Rate Of Babies Born With Opioid Withdrawal Rising At Alarming Pace

US | Steve Birr
Left: Little girl with her book ready to learn in class. [Shutterstock - Sergey Novikov] Right: Prescription bottle of Oxycodone, the generic name for a range of opioid pain killing tablets. [Shutterstock - Steve Heap]

‘Not able to verbalize what that pain is’

Father Shoots Son After Catching Him Using Heroin

US | Steve Birr
A man injects himself with heroin using a needle obtained from the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, the nation's largest needle-exchange program, in Seattle, Washington April 30, 2015. The People's Harm Reduction Alliance launched its free meth pipe program, which is pioneering but illegal, in March after learning from its own survey that 80 percent of area meth users would be less likely to inject drugs if given access to pipes. The theory behind the Alliance's handout program is that giving meth pipes to drug users may steer some away from needles, which are far riskier than smoking, especially if the user is sharing with another person infected with HIV or hepatitis C. There is little scientific evidence to support that claim, but the Alliance, a privately funded needle-swap group run by drug users, said it has distributed more than 1,000 pipes in Seattle in a matter of weeks and could expand to other cities in Washington state and Oregon. Opponents say giving away meth pipes discourages quitting while wasting resources on an untested scheme that will not solve a city-wide health problem. Picture taken April 30, 2015. REUTERS/David Ryder

‘Tremendous stress on relationships’

Drug Ring Trafficking More Than $1 Million In Heroin Busted

US | Steve Birr
A bag of heroin and drug paraphernalia are seen at an abandoned house in Ljubljana August 3, 2009. REUTERS/Bor Slana

‘Significant source of drug trafficking’

Middle School Students Read Poems About Sex, Sexism, and Sexuality

Education | Rob Shimshock
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‘Libations creating tiny pools of salty devastation atop your soft spot’

University Hosts Vegan Party VP Candidate To Discuss 'White Fragility'

Education | Rob Shimshock
A naked woman poses for photographs as around 100 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) supporters gathered to lay nearly nude in a heap in Trafalgar Square to raise awareness on World Vegan Day in London November 1, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hackett

‘White privilege, and how ‘race matters’

Babies Are Suffering Opioid Withdrawals At Record Rates

US | Steve Birr
Prescription opioids in a baggie.

‘They’re just wild’

State Democrats Push Doomed Campaign To Legalize Medical Marijuana

US | Steve Birr
Protesters hold giant sign to legalize marijuana before U.S. President Barack Obama arrives to participate in an official arrival ceremony at Parliment House in Canberra, Australia, November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Larry Downing

‘Alternative to the plethora of pills’

Jill Stein Spent Nearly $5 Million On Recount Efforts

Politics | Robert Donachie
Green Party candidate Jill Stein: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Attempted recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania

Harley Davidson Denies 'Muslim Ban' Protestors Prevented Milwaukee Meeting With Trump

Business | Ted Goodman
U.S. President Donald Trump in the Roosevelt room of the White House in Washington, U.S., February 1, 2017. (REUTERS/Carlos Barria), A Harley-Davidson Logo in Singapore October 13, 2016. (REUTERS/Edgar Su)

The iconic motorcycle manufacturer was concerned over potential protesters

Dem Focus On Immigration Freeze Will Push More Voters To Trump

Opinion | Katie Frates
Coal miners in Ohio. Getty Images.

They might be gone once Democrats realize their mistake