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Southern California police found and confiscated 20,000 fentanyl pills while carrying out a traffic stop, according to officials on Monday.
Southern California police found and confiscated 20,000 fentanyl pills while carrying out a traffic stop, according to officials on Monday.
 
A sheriff in Idaho issued a grave warning to community members across the country about the dangers of rainbow fentanyl.
A sheriff in Idaho issued a grave warning to community members across the country about the dangers of rainbow fentanyl.
 
Nine migrants died while attempting to cross the Rio Grande River and enter the United States near Eagle Pass Friday, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials.
Nine migrants died while attempting to cross the Rio Grande River and enter the United States near Eagle Pass Friday, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials.
 
Rainbow-colored fentanyl pills resembling candy and sidewalk chalk pouring over the southern border are plaguing cities nationwide.
Rainbow-colored fentanyl pills resembling candy and sidewalk chalk pouring over the southern border are plaguing cities nationwide.
 
Authorities at the southern border seized approximately 1.6 million fentanyl pills and other lethal drugs concealed inside metal boxes hidden underneath the floor and various trap doors of an 18-wheeler tractor-trailer Saturday at the Nogales Port of Entry in Arizona.
Authorities at the southern border seized approximately 1.6 million fentanyl pills and other lethal drugs concealed inside metal boxes hidden underneath the floor and various trap doors of an 18-wheeler tractor-trailer Saturday at the Nogales Port of Entry in Arizona.
 
In 1886, Sir Edward Clarke delivered a speech in the U.K. House of Commons and in polite way of insulting someone, he said: "The mind was indeed so open that it had nothing in it at all."
In 1886, Sir Edward Clarke delivered a speech in the U.K. House of Commons and in polite way of insulting someone, he said: "The mind was indeed so open that it had nothing in it at all."
 
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