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By Brian Zickafoose
Denver voters this November may be asked whether to make the use of marijuana legal in some instances.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling does not prevent the state of Alaska from registering patients under its medical-marijuana program, the state attorney general says.
By Mitch Myers
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By Allen St. Pierre
WASHINGTON — Usama bin Laden tried to buy a massive amount of cocaine, spike it with poison and sell it in the United States, hoping to kill thousands of Americans one year after the Sept. 11 attacks, The Post has learned.
WASHINGTON - As thousands of New Yorkers began submitting to searches of their backpacks and briefcases before riding the nation's largest subway system, a civil liberties group said it was planning a possible lawsuit.
A SYDNEY man has made the explosive claim that the drugs seized from Schapelle Corby's luggage were intended for him.