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Revamped OxyContin was supposed to reduce abuse, but has it?

Jul 22, 2019

Data on harder-to-abuse OxyContin remains under wraps, raising questions about reformulation's effectiveness amid drug epidemic

Iowa State pays, praises ex-director to end Lego art dispute

Jul 22, 2019

Iowa State University is dropping claims of wrongdoing against a former employee and paying her $225,000 to resolve a financial dispute over its popular outdoor sculptures made from Lego bricks

Co-stars say Huffman remorseful for role in college case

Jul 20, 2019

Actresses Angela Bassett and Patricia Arquette say that Felicity Huffman appears genuinely remorseful for her role in a college admissions scandal

Parents told they could lose kids over unpaid school lunches

Jul 19, 2019

A Pennsylvania school district is warning that children could end up in foster care if parents don't pay overdue school lunch bills

Illinois man gets life in prison for killing Chinese scholar

Jul 18, 2019

A former University of Illinois doctoral student is facing life in prison in the abduction, rape and killing of a scholar from China after a federal jury failed to agree on a death sentence.

Jury deliberates death penalty in Chinese scholar's slaying

Jul 18, 2019

Jurors have begun deliberations but haven't reached a verdict on whether a former University of Illinois doctoral student should be put to death for killing a young scholar from China

NYC high school student convicted in 2017 classroom slaying

Jul 16, 2019

A New York City high school student who says he was bullied has been convicted of manslaughter and assault in the fatal stabbing of a classmate

Catholic order releases names of members accused of abuse

Jul 14, 2019

A Baltimore-based Catholic religious order that sponsors schools across the U.S. has released a list of dozens of members accused of abusing children

Shortening trainee doctor hours hasn't harmed patients

Jul 11, 2019

Study: Shortening hours for doctors during residency training hasn't harmed patients

Harvard economist suspended for 'unwelcome sexual conduct'

Jul 10, 2019

Harvard University has suspended a well-known economist after an investigation found he engaged in "unwelcome sexual conduct" toward several people

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