How the opioid epidemic became America’s worst drug crisis ever, in 15 maps and charts
Drug overdoses now kill more Americans than HIV/AIDS did at its peak. These maps and charts tell the story.Updated by
"The source code shows that Marble has test examples not just in English but also in Chinese, Russian, Korean, Arabic and Farsi. This would permit a forensic attribution double game, for example by pretending that the spoken language of the malware creator was not American English, but Chinese, but then showing attempts to conceal the use of Chinese, drawing forensic investigators even more strongly to the wrong conclusion, --- but there are other possibilities, such as hiding fake error messages."
It’s 1:30 a.m., a time when most people are asleep.“It’s 4 in the morning, there’s headlights that are shining into your house; there’s a number of different officers that are now on the premises; they’re wearing tactical gear; they have weapons; and they approach your front door. Do you think that the ordinary citizen in that situation feels that they have an obligation to comply?”— Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein
|Lisa M Faust is seen with her Lyme medicines at home in Charlton [ T & G Staff/Christine Peterson]|