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Crime and Law
Meg Tirrell reports on how Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy but legal battles are still ahead.
2020 presidential contenders including Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Beto O’Rourke on Sunday called for the impeachment of Justice Brett Kavanaugh after an article in The New York Times surfaced a previously unreported allegation of sexual misconduct against the justice when he was a undergraduate at Yale University.
An air traffic controller saw wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein getting off his private plane in the U.S. Virgin Islands with girls who appeared to be 11 to 12 years old in 2018, a year before Epstein was indicted on child sex trafficking charges, newly revealed government documents show.
State attorneys general are setting their sites on one of America’s richest families as they take aim at the opioid epidemic. Meg Tirrell reports.
Bill Gates, the billionaire founder of Microsoft, confirmed to The Wall Street Journal that he had meetings with convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein because the enigmatic financier had connections to wealthy people.
Meg Tirrell reports on the pharmaceutical companies that are in the center of opioid settlement talks.
When Jack Dorsey started sending out a string of bizarre tweets last week, it was clear that his account had been compromised. Less obvious to his more than 4 million followers was how the attackers took control of the Twitter CEO’s account for almost 20 minutes.
An American Airlines mechanic has been arrested and charged with sabotaging an aircraft’s navigation system before a flight in July, forcing crew to abort takeoff from Miami, authorities said.
Still-secret court filings related to sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged procurer Ghislaine Maxwell could implicate “hundreds of other people,” Maxwell’s lawyer said Wednesday during a hearing.
Federal agents raided the home of United Auto Workers President Gary Jones on Wednesday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation told Dow Jones.
A federal prosecutor said Tuesday that the jailhouse suicide of Jeffrey Epstein will not stop the federal government’s effort to get “justice for the victims in this case,” and possibly to recoup money from the dead financier large financial estate.
A federal investigation into misuse of millions of dollars in training center funds by Fiat Chrysler executives and United Auto Workers leaders has expanded to General Motors.
An Oklahoma judge finds that Johnson & Johnson helped fueled the state’s opioid crisis. Meg Tirrell has more for us from Norman, Oklahoma.
With the recent opioid ruling against Johnson & Johnson, how does this impact the rest of the pharmaceutical industry? Chris Meekins, a Healthcare Policy Analyst at Raymond James, gives us his insights.
A long battle lies ahead as Jeffrey Epstein’s estate grapples with legal claims over the distribution of his assets.