A group of lawmakers pushing for legislation to address the epidemic watched bills languish and expire, sometimes at the behest of powerful interests, they say.
In a filing for an enormous federal court case, drug manufacturers reject a link between legal production of painkillers and death and addiction on U.S. streets.
Policymakers, media outlets and others react to newly public data that shows the sheer scope of the opioid crisis.
Attorney General Karl A. Racine is seeking financial records, payments to officers and vendors.
Christopher W. Cox resigned after allegations that he participated in an extortion scheme, which he denies.
In a new lawsuit, the gun rights organization accused Cox of taking part in a “conspiracy” against the chief executive.
The gun rights organization, which saw a boost in revenue in 2018, spent more on administrative costs and fundraising, ending the year with a growing shortfall, according to a financial report obtained by The Washington Post.
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.
State measure aims to curb drug overdoses, but federal government has said such facilities are illegal and is suing Philadelphia to block a similar effort.
Tropical depression Florence continued its march through the Carolinas, dumping torrential and historic amounts of rain.