Elizabeth Warren likens the opioid epidemic to the AIDS crisis and says that real funding is needed to combat it.
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Pam cooking spray containers can vent and explode at room temperature, according to lawsuits.
Pain physician has his license revoked and is asked to leave the U.S. after sexual assault allegations are brought against him.
More damning emails written by Richard Sackler are being released in court.
Psychiatrist who overprescribed medication causing irreversible tardive dyskinesia is being sued by his patient.
the federal government will pay $300,000 to settle a civil lawsuit claiming Larry Farley died due to medical malpractice and negligence at a VA clinic.
Seven counties in New Mexico are teaming up to make sure their voices are heard and filing opioid lawsuits.
Telecommunications giants are facing a class action for allegedly violating consumer privacy laws.
Closed for profit college took students’ money, but was not accredited.
UA track and field athlete is finally able to settle years-long lawsuit for nearly $1 million.
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