A Georgia woman spent three months in jail after deputies said a field test of a blue substance found in a car she was a passenger in turned up positive for meth. The only problem, it was cotton candy and not meth. Bail was placed at $1 million. Since she couldn't afford to post bond, she had to sit in jail for 3 months until a forensic test determined it wasn't meth. Now, she's suing both the deputies and the lap that makes the field testing kit.
In a stunning break with protocol, the White House said Wednesday night that it's suspending the press pass of CNN's Jim Acosta "until further notice." The move came just hours after Acosta, CNN's chief White House correspondent, drew the ire of President Donald Trump and his allies by asking multiple questions at a post-midterms news conference. Trump insulted Acosta and called him a "terrible" person.
A pharmaceutical company executive defended his company's recent 400% drug price increase, telling the Financial Times that his company had a "moral requirement to sell the product at the highest price." The head of the US Food and Drug Administration blasted the executive in a response on Twitter. read more