Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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News for Three Days


A home-schooled religious boy wrestler defaults rather than wrestle a girl.

The FDA is not doing well at testing medical devices before they're okayed to be used.

Also medical, the WashPost's Health & Science section was all about sleep this week.

Cee-Lo Green and Gwyneth Paltrow protest that Comcast is taking away the NBC peacock. If they do that, what else will they take?

Romania is thinking about a law where witches can be fined or jailed if their predictions don't come true.

I knew a lot of Mexicans were killed because of drug cartels, and recently one of our ICE agents was killed. But I had no idea that 34,000 Mexicans were killed in the last four years because of drug violence.
Tags: drug deaths, fda testing, nbc peacock, news, sleep, witches, wrestling for religion
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