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Dec 04 2023
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments on Monday over a bankruptcy deal for Purdue Pharma that would give billions of dollars to those harmed by the opioid epidemic in exchange for shielding members of the wealthy Sackler family from additional opioid-related lawsuits.
The settlement involving Purdue, the maker of the prescription painkiller OxyContin, touches on one of the country’sNew York Times (News)
Feb 20 2024
The city of Chicago has filed a suit against the five largest oil and gas companies, alleging that Big Oil has lied about oil, gas and the derived products and its effect it would have on climate change, the Chicago Sun-Times said on Tuesday. The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court, claims that destructive climate change forces hurt the city of Chicago and its citizens, andOilPrice.com
Dec 19 2019
A revamped North American trade deal nearing passage in Congress gives both the White House and Democrats a chance to claim victory and offers farmers and businesses clearer rules governing the vast flow of goods among the United States, Canada and Mexico.
But the pact leaves at least one surprising loser: the pharmaceutical industry, a near-invincible lobbying powerhouse in WashingtonAssociated Press
Feb 22 2024
The city of Chicago is suing six oil and gas giants, as well as an industry trade group, which “funded, conceived, planned, and carried out a sustained and widespread campaign of denial and disinformation about the existence of climate change and their products’ contribution to it.” Progressive Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson filed the lawsuit Tuesday against ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP, Shell,Democracy Now!
Feb 19 2024
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Like the other Founding Fathers, George Washington was uneasy about the idea of publicly celebrating his life. He was the first leader of a new republic — not a tyrant. And yet the nation will once again commemorate the first U.S. president on Monday, 292 years after he was born. The meaning of Presidents Day has changed dramatically, from being mostly unremarkable andWPRI 12
Feb 10 2024
e’re just a day away from Super Bowl LVIII between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, with kickoff set for 6:30 p.m. Eastern on Sunday. The teams faced off for the championship four years ago, and the 49ers will be seeking revenge—and their first title in 29 years. The Chiefs, meanwhile, have reached this point for the fourth time in five years and are seeking their thirdForbes
Feb 13 2024
For some decades, Hawaii has been a favourite playground for Japanese tourists, consistently in the top three most visited overseas destinations and the go-to spot for golf-tours, group getaways, marriage proposals and honeymoons.
But this is less so now, and the dollar-yen exchange rate bears much of the blame. Hawaiian trips by Japanese have resumed since the pandemic, but as a shadowFinancial Times
Feb 15 2024
EAST HAVEN, CT — A winning scratch ticket worth $10,000 was recently sold in East Haven, according to the Connecticut Lottery.
A New Haven resident won $10,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 12 scratch ticket that was sold at Stop & Go at 526 Main St. in East Haven, according to Lottery officials.
The CT Lottery has changed its policy on announcing winners by not including thePatch.com
Feb 15 2024
NORTH BRANFORD, CT — A winning scratch ticket worth $10,000 was recently sold in North Branford, according to the Connecticut Lottery.
A Branford resident won $10,000 on a 10X Cash 17th Edition scratch ticket that was sold at Sam's Food Store at 1975 Foxon Rd. in North Branford, according to Lottery officials.
The CT Lottery has changed its policy on announcing winners by notPatch.com
Feb 15 2024
BRANFORD, CT — A Branford resident recently won $10,000 on a winning scratch ticket that was sold in North Branford, according to the Connecticut Lottery.
The resident won $10,000 on a 10X Cash 17th Edition scratch ticket that was sold at Sam's Food Store at 1975 Foxon Rd. in North Branford, according to Lottery officials.
The CT Lottery has changed its policy on announcingPatch.com