Marijuana recalled from several facilities after an investigation finds an employee licked the stock.
Patient who was denied admittance for treatment at VA center dies six days later.
The GAO plans to hold the VA accountable for reforming sexual harassment policies.
Arizona’s attorney general is leading a multi-state probe into whether Apple violated deceptive trade laws.
Nursing homes have become epicenters of COVID-19, kicking out Medicaid residents.
New Mexico hospital is screening asymptomatic new mothers for the coronavirus…but only if they are Native American.
“It is disgusting to see some airlines break the law and accept federal funds intended to protect employees’ pay checks and then cut their pay anyway,” said Sito Pantoja, General Vice President of Transportation for International Assoc. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
SmokeTokes blast may have been caused by illegal oil use.
Privacy advocates have filed a federal complaint against TikTok, a mobile application popular among children, teenagers, and young adults. According to Reuters, The Center for Digital Democracy and Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood both asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate TikTok for violating consent decrees and children’s privacy online. The complaint alleges that TikTok
Investigators find lifesaving PPE supplies in New York warehouse.