A California man has been arrested for starting a spinoff version of the shuttered Silk Road website, enabling more than 100,000 people to buy and sell illegal drugs in the last year, authorities announced Thursday.
The feds may have busted Silk Road a year ago, but Sen. Schumer said online drug sales are flourishing.
The lawsuit, which seeks unspecified damages on behalf of more than 500 ex-athletes, charges the NFL with putting profits ahead of players’ health.
“Glow parties” are popular among teenagers. But police said music and dancing is not all that is going on, and they have issued a warning to parents.
The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office said their main goal was to send a message to students to stay away from drugs.
Although medical marijuana use has been legalized by the state of New Jersey, there has not been a high volume of user registration for the program.