Jonas Kilpatrick, son of the former mayor of Detroit, Kwame Kilpatrick, posts a video on Facebook begging President Trump for his father’s release.
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Novartis manipulated data to win approval for its spinal muscular atrophy treatment.
Connecticut is joining in on an investigation into JUUL’s marketingn efforts.
Cardinal Health, McKesson, and AmerisourceBergen have proposed paying $10 billion to settle all claims that they contributed to the opioid crisis. All three opioid distributors have been hit hard with claims that they did not do enough to flag and discontinue shipping large, suspicious orders of addictive drugs. The companies made the verbal proposal with
A woman who was abused by a priest and kept it a secret for seven decades gets a six-figure settlement.
Tyler Wingate was beaten to death after a car accident in July. After a manhunt, the suspect has been arrested.
Previously deleted emails have been uncovered in Make Your Date investigation.
Opioid settlement needs to have more directon than the tobacco one, experts say.
Arizona decides to take its allegations against Purdue and the Sacklers directly to the Supreme Court.