The manufacturer wants the Supreme Court to rule on Connecticut's interpretation of a federal statute that grants immunity to gun manufacturers in lawsuit related to injuries stemming from the use of their firearms, according to CNN.
The request from Remington, which is the manufacturer of the AR-15-style Bushmaster used by the gunman in the Sandy Hook shooting, comes after the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled last month that the lawsuit brought by the victims' families could move forward.
Children’s Health Defense is supporting a legal effort to restrain this order immediately. Vaccination choice is a human right. While New York City unquestionably has the authority to isolate infectious individuals, and even to quarantine them, and to exclude unvaccinated children from schools during an outbreak in that school, it does not have the authority to require vaccination for all individuals on the basis of zip codes with vaccines that explicitly carry the risk of death. This government overreach requires challenge.
MIAs were operating a surveillance post in conjunction with a maritime patrol and landside enforcement teams, when they spotted a single-engine yola type vessel a few miles east of Fajardo, heading towards land.
When MIAs responded to the area, the yola was found beached at the shoreline and a white Suzuki Vitarra was seen fleeing the area at a high rate of speed. Agents conducted a search of the immediate area and discovered two duffel bags in the water near the vessel containing U.S. currency in vacuum-sealed bags, approximating $1.72 million.
In 2006, an arm of the World Health Organization began classifying cosmetic talc such as Baby Powder as “possibly carcinogenic” when women used it as a genital antiperspirant and deodorant, as many had been doing for years. Talc supplier Luzenac America Inc started including that information on its shipments to J&J and other customers.
J&J, meanwhile, looked for ways to sell more Baby Powder to two key groups of longtime users: African-American and overweight women. The “right place” to focus, according to a 2006 internal J&J marketing presentation, was “under developed geographical areas with hot weather, and higher AA population,” the “AA” referring to African-Americans.
They are now charged with both mail fraud and money laundering, charges which each carry a sentence of up to 20 years in prison
The couple could also be facing fines of over $1 million after the payments they made were categorized as charitable donations
Loughlin and her husband 'agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew team
Texas Tech University has agreed to stop using race when considering applicants to its medical school, bowing to pressure as the Trump administration campaigns to curtail the use of affirmative action in education.
The action is the first of its kind under Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and signals the approach her agency plans to take with other schools.
The world’s largest retailer announced Tuesday that it plans to roll out more than 3,900 autonomous machines in a bid to free up its associates to do more specialized work and focus on customers... Among the new robots coming to stores across the country include 1,500 new autonomous floor cleaners, called “Auto-C,” 300 additional shelf scanners, called “Auto-S,” 1,200 FAST Unloaders and 900 new Pickup towers.
“Much media attention has focused on caravans coming across from Central America,” Rio Grande Valley Sector Chief Patrol Agent Rodolfo Karisch said at a Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing. “But the fact is that RGV is receiving caravan-equivalent numbers every seven days.”
Karisch said his sector has apprehended people from 50 different countries, including China, Bangladesh, Turkey, Egypt and Romania.
Barr seemingly confirmed the Bloomberg report earlier Tuesday, when he told a House panel "I am reviewing the conduct of the investigation and trying to get my arms around all the aspects of the counterintelligence investigation that was conducted during the summer of 2016."
Federal agents on Tuesday broke up a billion dollar Medicare scam that peddled unneeded orthopedic braces to hundreds of thousands of seniors. Two dozen people were charged, including doctors accused of writing bogus prescriptions.
The Justice Department said the scheme relied on overseas call centers to pry Medicare numbers from beneficiaries. Authorities also announced charges against owners of call centers, telemedicine firms and medical equipment companies that shipped unneeded back, shoulder, wrist and knee braces.
Former FBI Director James Comey included a slew of sensitive and classified information in a series of comprehensive personal memos -- including not only the details of his conversations with President Trump, but also the "code name and true identity" of a confidential source, according to a court-ordered filing by the Justice Department late Monday.
The filing acknowledges that Comey maintained a far more detailed and lengthy private paper trail than was previously known, and that federal investigators apparently hoped to use Comey's contemporaneous, secretive writings to test the truthfulness of Trump's comments as part of a then-ongoing obstruction of justice inquiry.
Mr. Meadows. So did he give you the dossier? Because obviously you got parts of the dossier from David Corn. So did he give that to you? Were you the intermediary? Mr. Baker. He gave it to me, and then I immediately gave it to -- I think it was Bill Priestap, who was the head of our Counterintelligence Division?
Mr. Jordan. Who is Michael Sussman? Mr. Baker. He's an attorney in D.C. Mr. Meadows. And who does he work for? Mr. Baker. He works for Perkins Coie, a law firm. Mr. Meadows. And so what you're saying is you were the intermediary between Perkins Coie and the FBI because of your personal relationship with that attorney? Mr. Baker. I believe so. You'd have to ask Michael why he came to me.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in every 59 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with autism, up from one in every 150 in 2000. They report that "about half a million people on the autism spectrum will become adults over the next decade, a swelling tide for which the country is unprepared."
One promising avenue of autism research involves the gut microbiome, which is the collection of microbes that lives in our intestines and helps us in many ways including digestion of our food, training our immune system and preventing overgrowth of harmful bacteria. Recent research suggests our gut microbiomes also affect brain communication and neurological health. Worldwide, interest is growing in the idea that changes in normal gut microbiota may be responsible for triggering a vast range of diseases.
Former President Bill Clinton personally honored their work in a ceremony for the Clinton Global Initiative in 2009... Two Temple University graduates, Troy Wragg and Amanda Knorr, eventually raised $54 million from hundreds of investors with the help of a slick-talking Colorado man, Wayde McKelvey.
Sentencing dates have been postponed several times for both Knorr and Wragg, but a source close to the case expects this sentencing for Knorr to finally go ahead... She faces up to 10 years in prison for her role in the scam.
Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday that an inspector general’s investigation into whether the FBI abused the surveillance court process during the Russia probe will be completed by May or June.
Barr also told lawmakers during a House Appropriations Committee hearing that he is reviewing how the FBI handled the counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign that began in summer 2016.
As part of the emergency order, unvaccinated individuals living in selected ZIP codes in the heavily Orthodox Jewish community who may have been exposed to measles will be required to receive the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine to help curtail the ongoing outbreak.
Attorney General Bill Barr on Tuesday defended his handling of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, saying he believes it is "important" for the public "to learn the results" of Mueller's wide-ranging probe and to make as much information public as possible.
"I'm operating under a regulation that was put together during the Clinton Administration and does not provide for the publication of the report," Barr said. "But I am relying on my own discretion" to make information public, he added.
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