This three image combo made from video taken by a Spring Valley High School student on Monday, Oct, 26, 2015, shows Senior Deputy Ben Fields trying to forcibly remove a student from her chair after she refused to leave her high school math class, in Columbia S.C. The Justice Department opened a civil rights investigation Tuesday after Fields flipped the student backward in her desk and tossed her across the floor. (AP Photo)

Black women having tough year with policing issues too

Civil rights groups and organizations representing women say closer attention must be paid to what’s happening between police and women of color, despite the ongoing fight over incidents of police brutality against black men.

The body of a driver ejected when his car rolled over several times on southbound Interstate 5 is seen where it landed on an overhead freeway sign north of downtown Los Angeles Friday morning, Oct. 30, 2015. California Highway Patrol officers got a ladder and climbed to the body, covered it and waited for a coroner's representative. The victim was described as a 20-year-old male. The wreckage of the car came to rest under the sign.(AP Photo/Nick Ut)

Driver thrown from car lands on freeway sign

The car rolled over several times on a Los Angeles freeway and the driver was thrown so far that his body landed on a road sign at least 20 feet above the ground.

This February 2012 photo provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows plastic packets of chocolate syrup and salad dressing concealing cocaine paste in Los Angeles. A mother and daughter traveling from Spain were carrying bags of condiments that customs officials at LAX decided felt unusually thick. They opened it up to find a plastic bag with cocaine paste placed inside, and then found another syrup packet in their checked luggage that contained more cocaine paste. Customs officials said they confiscated more than 10 pounds of the paste, a gummy substance that is extracted from coca leaves and then dried and turned into the white powder sold on the street. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection via AP)

Chocolate meth? Customs agents have seen it all

Customs officers stopping travelers coming and going from the United States have found drugs disguised as cream filling in cookies, in bags of coffee, bottles of rum, and stuffed inside bricks of frozen meat, among other places.