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  • Drug companies avert landmark opioids trial as talks on $48 billion settlement set to resume
    Four large drug companies could resume talks on Tuesday to try to reach a $48 billion settlement of all opioid litigation against them, after agreeing with two Ohio counties to a $260 million deal to avert the first federal trial over their role in the U.S. opioid epidemic.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    2 hours ago
  • Wildfire threatens homes, prompts evacuations in Pacific Palisades, California
    A wildfire raced up a steep hillside to threaten homes in the Southern California coastal enclave of Pacific Palisades on Monday, prompting evacuations as water-dropping helicopters and firefighters swarmed the area to battle the flames.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    3 hours ago
  • Trump says being president has cost him $2 billion to $5 billion
    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that being president has cost him between $2 billion and $5 billion that he would have made if he had continued running his business instead of getting into politics.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    5 hours ago
  • Homes destroyed, thousands without power after tornado rips through Dallas
    Dallas authorities were assessing how badly a tornado that plowed through the northern part of the city late on Sunday damaged buildings, as it also flipped cars and knocked out power to more than 175,000 homes and businesses.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    5 hours ago
  • Judge orders Massachusetts to redo parts of vaping ban
    A Massachusetts judge on Monday ruled that a four-month ban on the sale of vaping products the state adopted in response to an outbreak of lung illnesses linked to e-cigarette use was likely unlawful, but he gave the state time to fix its defects.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    7 hours ago
  • Factbox: Billion-dollar lawsuits accuse drugmakers, distributors of fueling U.S. opioid crisis
    On Monday, two Ohio counties reached a last-minute settlement with four companies they accused of fueling the nationwide opioid epidemic. The counties were seeking billions of dollars to cover the cost of addiction treatment programs, healthcare and other services.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    9 hours ago
  • 2020 hopeful Warren would quadruple school funding, crack down on charters
    White House hopeful Elizabeth Warren said on Monday that if elected she would roughly quadruple federal funding for public schools and incentivize states to adopt funding approaches that more equitably fund lower-income schools.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    10 hours ago
  • Teva, three U.S. drug distributors reach opioid settlement – source
    Drug maker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Inc and the three biggest U.S. drug distributors reached a settlement on Monday to avoid a trial over their role in the opioid addiction crisis, a source said on Monday.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    11 hours ago
  • Factbox: The U.S. opioid epidemic by the numbers
    Opioid deaths in the United States have soared over the last two decades, driving a wave of litigation against drugmakers and distributors.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    11 hours ago
  • Drug distributors and Teva reach settlement in Ohio opioid litigation: WSJ
    McKesson Corp, Cardinal Health Inc, AmerisourceBergen Corp and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries reached a settlement with two Ohio counties related to the opioid crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing sources.
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    Published on 10-21-19
    11 hours ago