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State of emergency: It’s pretty clear to anyone who has been paying attention that the opioid abuse epidemic in America has reached emergency status. But it’s one thing for people to casually use that term and another for the White House to actually declare a “Public Health Emergency.” Here’s why.

Not today: The federal judge overseeing a lawsuit filed by more than a dozen states to stop President Trump’s plan to cut off billions of dollars in payments to health insurance providers has decided to not issue a preliminary injunction preventing the White House from halting the subsidies.

Unintended consequences: The lightweight metal architectural cladding that is believed to have played a significant part in a deadly June 2017 fire in a London apartment tower is still being used on thousands of buildings around the world, but what can be done about it?

Avoiding a laptop ban: In June, the Department of Homeland Security gave an ultimatum to airports around the world: Beef up your security or face a ban on carry-on electronics on flights heading to America. Thursday was the deadline for those advanced security measures to be in place, so U.S.-bound travelers should prepare themselves accordingly.

Coming to the table: After the NAACP issued a travel advisory warning non-white travelers that their safety and well-being may be at risk when flying American Airlines, the social justice advocacy group and the airline will be meeting to discuss numerous claims of racial mistreatment.

“Equipment quality hasn’t been up to standard and we’ve seen alignment issues in the installation.” — JetBlue spokesperson to Bloomberg of the high rate of inoperable and out-of-service bathrooms on planes. 

“Amazon Key is a new service that lets Amazon release your pets into the yard.” — Twitter user @seananmcguire on Amazon’s new service that lets delivery personnel drop off packages in customers' homes.
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Criminals With Terrifying Baby Mask Deploy ATM Skimmers In Minnesota

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