Illinois will switch some patients from opioid prescriptions to medical marijuana, which offers a safer alternative.
Along with signing off on a compromise to keep the federal government open, President Trump will declare a national emergency to fund his border wall.
Three Yale students have filed a class action against the university, claiming its enabling of fraternities means that young students who want to “socialize” have no choice but to attend their parties.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took Equifax to task over the weekend, suggesting she’ll soon open a House investigation into its scoring methodology and security practices.
A court ruled on appeal that Michelle Carter will serve a fifteen month sentence behind bars for encouraging her now-deceased boyfriend, Conrad Roy, to take this life in 2014.
A female college student thinks her apartment is haunted, but instead, finds a man in her closet trying on her clothes.
Lawsuit disclosures have been released suggesting the Sackler family pushed for high dosage sales of OxyContin to maximize profits.
Superstar Jay-Z has agreed to move forward with the arbitration of a trademark case now that there are enough unbiased African American arbitrators agreeing to take it on.