An elementary school will pay a substantial fine for exposing its kindergarteners to mold and asbestos.
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A Smyrna, Tennessee cardiologist still has an active medical license even though he faces sexual battery charges.
An Oklahoma trial against opioid manufacturers could act as a benchmark to determine what role the companies play in creating a nationwide epidemic.
Florida pharmacy, AgeVital, is set to pay at least $775,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging fraud brought about by a patient who received unwanted medications.
A class action lawsuit is filed by a sex abuse survivor against the Catholic archdiocese of New York after Governor Andrew Cuomo signs the Child Victims Act into law.
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