Santiago officer is charged with a protestor’s fall that led to his hospitalization.
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A court orders Walmart to disclose information related to two funds in connection with allegations of excessive opioid distribution.
Netflix faces litigation over airing a film critics say could attract pedophiles.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the U.K. has announced it will be strengthening opioid addiction and dependence warning labels on patient information leaflets. According to the agency, these labels will make it clear “the medicine is an opioid, which can cause addiction, and that there can be withdrawal symptoms if people
Telemedicine is at the center of an illegal opioid ring, according to the DOJ.
FDA’s drug approval process is subpar, according to new study.
Denver is seeking to undo years of inequity by bringing parks and other amenities to underprivileged areas.
Nintendo sues over intellectual property rights and settles case against Uberchips.
Epic Games released a Fortnite software update with Apple’s consent, faces legal battle.
Federal agency okays new line of treatment of asbestos-related cancer.