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The financier and sex offender paid for some special privileges, and his expensive legal team insisted on others.
Analysis of previously undisclosed DEA data reveals corresponding spikes in deaths and pill shipments at the height of the epidemic.
Data tracing 76 billion pills was released Monday showing what pharmaceutical companies knew in real time about soaring U.S. opioid use.
The Drug Enforcement Administration tracks every pain pill distributed. Analysis of newly released federal data shows that companies flooded the nation with pills as the opioid epidemic raged.
Six companies distributed and three companies manufactured the bulk of the pills that saturated the nation with opioids from 2006 to 2012.
The federal government has tracked the path of every pain pill in the U.S. Here’s where they went and how they got there.
Operation Leap Year led the rich financier’s “army of legal superstars” to deploy political, financial and emotional pressure on Acosta.
Patchy regulation has allowed a persistent subculture of trading and private ownership
The Carrizo Springs shelter opened last week to help alleviate cramped conditions in Border Patrol processing facilities, where people were recently seen sleeping head to toe on concrete floors, often lacking access to hot meals, showers, and proper medical care.
Since the October killing of the Washington Post contributing columnist, high-powered lobbyists and lawyers have reaped millions of dollars for assisting the kingdom.
A close aide recently claimed in a whistleblower letter that Bishop Michael Bransfield’s gifts were intended to “purchase influence,” an allegation Bransfield denies.
Patrick Shanahan said he regretted explaining his son’s 2011 assault on his ex-wife with a baseball bat as an act of self-defense.
Frederick Annie, Anthony Cincinnati and Kevin Quirk are central figures in a scandal over alleged sexual and financial misconduct by Bishop Michael J. Bransfield.
In all, 18 members of the 76-member board of directors collected money from the group during the past three years, public filings and internal correspondence show.
Cardinal Kevin Farrell and seven other Catholic clerics pledged on Friday to return money to the diocese of West Virginia after The Washington Post reported that the bishop there used church funds to give cash gifts of $350,000 to fellow clergymen.
More than 30 years ago, a Biden run for president ended amid allegations over using material without attribution. Now, his current campaign is accused of doing the same.
In the years before he was removed from ministry for alleged sexual harassment and financial abuses, Bishop Michael Bransfield was reimbursed by the church for cash gifts he gave to fellow clergymen, records show.
A single phrase in special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report has touched off a new scramble for answers about what hackers might have achieved during the last presidential election.