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Proposed Italian Law Targeting Pro-Ana Sites Stirs Controversy

By Paul Gaita

Despite the often tragic consequences of young girls visiting pro-ana sites, opponents say criminalizing them causes more harm than good. MORE  

Italian Priest Arrested On Suspicion of Dealing Drugs

By McCarton Ackerman

Father Stefano Maria Cavalletti was arrested in the midst of flushing drugs down the toilet. MORE  

Morning Roundup: June 26, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

Cyclist Diego Ulissi fails doping test, Stevie J tests positive for coke and weed, and New York cop found drunk and naked after receiving medal. MORE  

Morning Roundup: June 2, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

John Daly admits losing $90 million to casinos, Roy Hargrove sentenced for cocaine possession, and U.K. recognizes drugs as part of its economy. MORE  

Morning Roundup: February 17, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

Olympic fans want booze at Sochi, Italy overturns dumb pot law, racing horses test positive for Viagra, and Indiana court says being drunk and annoying a-okay. MORE  

U.S. And Italian Officials Crack Down On Mafia Drug Operations

By McCarton Ackerman

A collaboration between the FBI and Italian officials started with intercepting mob emails and resulted with disrupting an operation involving $1 billion in cocaine. MORE  

Morning Roundup: July 10, 2013

By Bryan Le

Outdoor smoking bans have an ulterior motive, Asiana 214 pilots not tested for drugs or alcohol, and Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham is kicked out of rehab. MORE  

Morning Roundup: July 8, 2013

By The Fix staff

Top fugitive Italian cocaine boss arrested in Colombia, hangovers cost the economy $1.37 per drink, and drunk college students are clueless about American history. MORE  

Venice's Boozy Gondoliers in Hot Water

By Victoria Kim

The Italian oarsmen could face drug and alcohol testing after reports of drunken antics. MORE  

Morning Roundup: June 28, 2013

By Victoria Kim

Ritalin could "cure" cocaine addiction, synthetic drugs make "millions" for terrorists, and Dallas Cowboys' Josh Brent returns to jail after a failed drug test. MORE  

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