You may not be surprised to hear that simulated drowning as a torture was first documented during the Middle Ages. But did you know it was once a common technique in US law enforcement in the early 20th century?
President Obama gave signs that the public option may not be an absolute deal breaker. The Takeaway talks to Julie Mason, White House reporter for the Washington Examiner, and Michael Pramenko, a family physician in Grand Junction.
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