Score
Title
41705
Nestlé Makes Billions Bottling Water It Pays Nearly Nothing For
13378
Study: Flint water killed unborn babies; many moms who drank it couldn't get pregnant
962
D.C. court rules tracking phones without a warrant is unconstitutional
1313
Northern Michigan University The First In U.S. To Train Undergrads For Marijuana Industry
32224
SEC reveals it was hacked, information may have been used for illegal stock trades
1441
Prosecutors say Texas lawmaker spent $51K on online psychic
654
Mexico City earthquake: Salma Hayek donates $100,000 to victims after revealing she lived through 1985 quake
276
Convicted murderer released from psychiatric hospital decapitates toddler
298
Army vet shown walking after claiming he couldn't owes government $434K
179
North Korean official hints that nation will detonate their strongest weapon over the Pacific
2258
Judge rejects couple’s argument for refusing gay customers
1350
Teacher hailed as hero for taking down gunman at Illinois high school
980
Baby born to mom who declined cancer treatment dies
566
Family caught carrying 'bag of mosquitoes' into Pakistan hospital
1403
A 35 year old woman jailed for 5 years for sexual activity with boys aged 12 and 13.
602
$1.8M stolen in minutes after couriers leave keys in van outside bank
290
San Francisco sues Big Oil for billions over climate change claiming they knew the dangers for decades
390
Two Muskogee women get 20 years in severe beating of 5-year-old boy
438
China's central bank tells banks to stop doing business with North Korea: sources | Reuters
40
Cousins rob and kill pizza delivery driver, eat pizza after murder
204
Lawyer: Aaron Hernandez had 'severe case' of CTE
239
Southern Nevada moving toward 24-hour pot dispensaries
584
CEO's bonus cut 25% for his anti-gay, sexist tirade at Kathy Griffin
79
For-Profit College Targets Minorities and Low-Income Communities
26
New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains
64
Hurricane Irma: Bacteria 'too numerous to count' in Everglades City floodwaters
172
Experian Site Can Give Anyone Your Credit Freeze PIN
45
Four more ex-Pilot Flying J execs plead guilty to diesel fraud
37
Maryland teens accused of kidnapping, raping female classmate
158
For the first time, the Marine Corps expects to have a female infantry officer among its ranks
305
BYU now has caffeinated soft drinks on campus for first time since the 1950s
16
Girl, 12, could face charges after sending topless photo to paedophile who groomed her online
90
Navy SEAL pleads guilty to production of child pornography
88
Female high school teacher allegedly had sex with 4 students
10847
Deaf Man Shot Dead by Oklahoma City Police as Neighbors Scream in Horror.
81
Wilmington man gets 80 years for kidnapping girl, chaining her to tree
18
Greensboro anti-violence activist shot, killed
90
Indiana University student found alive after being padlocked in a cave for three days.
32
Ninety-four year old Battle of the Bulge veteran gets to see war memorial virtually.
12
Canoeist Emma Kelty was 'raped and tortured' before bungling attackers set off SOS alarm
189 Peanutsonly The number just keeps going up. This is unfortunate. My local news said they are opening a criminal investigation.
105 VesperCat Every county in FL opened a special needs shelter for people with medical issues or had medical needs that required electricity (being on oxygen, breathing machines, etc). This is unacceptable.
28 Suckydog I remember summer of 1995, downtown Chicago, hundreds of people died because power outages, this can be a serious problem. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/politics/chi-chicagodays-1995heat-story-story.html I lived in a building that luckily never lost power or had a brown out (there were power outages and brown outs all over the place because of the high demand for electricity.) We had to sublet at the end of summer because we built a home in the suburbs, first person to look at our place said "We'll take it", without looking at the entire apartment. We had the AC cranked up so the breeze hit you as soon as you walked in.
23 ClawOfTheWest What a terrible way to die
25 OneOfALifetime I just want to say it's fucking sickening the amount of people in the thread saying "Oh they were old they were going to die anyways". The sad part is I don't think they are trolls, I really think these people think this way. Really goes to show the true age of Reddit.
5 ohmongod This happened in France one summer not too long ago where a ton of old people died in the summer because of things like this.
19 postonrddt One report said their generator was being used for cooking. A fuse blew in the ac and wouldn't kick on. There are no windows in the is building? Or fans they could put in hallways and open the room doors and windows? Lack of ventilation is a common mistake in high heat and humidity.
4 gutchie remind me not to retire and move to florida
15 mpstar so tragic,, poor people .RIP
3 edflyerssn007 This doesn't even surprise me. Skilled Nursing facilities are usually anything but.
3 CantDanceSober Doubt they had generators available after the power outage.