An unlikely collection of lawyers, activists, economists and academics is fueling the tech backlash, armed with funding from billionaire sponsors.
The Justice Department announced an $8 billion settlement with the company. Members of the Sackler family will pay $225 million in civil penalties but criminal investigations continue.
The company, which produced OxyContin, faces penalties of $8.3 billion. But families of those addicted are skeptical of the tangible benefits.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said officials continued to investigate the episodes, which began in 2016, but diplomats and C.I.A. officers have accused the administration of a cover-up.
Killings in New Jersey’s capital city have more than doubled since last year, officials said.
It’s an amusingly harebrained scheme, but there’s nothing in this moviefilm that matches the elegant social experiment of the first.
Here’s what the country’s huge early turnout can tell us, and what it can’t.
Even as Nancy Pelosi and Steven Mnuchin continued to narrow their differences, the president said Democrats were holding out for too much, suggesting he was preparing to blame them for the demise of a deal.
Tyrese Haliburton is one of many college stars forced to stay idle ahead of the draft because of the pandemic.
A new report shows hundreds of cases in which the deported parents of migrant children who were taken from their families cannot be located.
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A British former intelligence officer was said to have recruited and interviewed potential hires as the conservative group sought to have former spies train employees.
Do we really want our rights to be determined by the understandings of centuries ago?
The company started by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman had a high-profile launch and megawatt Hollywood stars involved but failed to find an audience.
Nigerians are stunned after police and soldiers opened fire on protesters against police brutality. The largely peaceful demonstrations have grown into a challenge for the government.
Our usual routines are disrupted.
The panel by the renowned Black artist, part of his “Struggle” series, was last seen in 1960. But someone had a hunch where it was.
Saying he would withdraw an emergency decree, the ex-general, Prayuth Chan-ocha, called for mediation by a weakened Parliament. Protesters still demand his resignation.
As the country’s soldiers advance in the conflict with Armenia, every “liberated” territory is celebrated and tens of thousands of refugees plan their return to lost lands.