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Generic Drugmakers Sold Most Opioids During Overdose Crisis

Survey: Business Economists Endorse Federal Reserve Policies

By Geoff Mulvihill and Larry Fenn |
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals doled out lavish perks for top U.S. employees who hit or beat sales goals for prescription opioids and other drugs.

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Trump Campaign Sues NY Times for Defamation over Putin

Trump Campaign Sues NY Times for Defamation over Putin

Feb 27
The campaign to reelect President Donald Trump sued The New York Times for defamation Wednesday.

Neo-Nazi Leaders Face Conspiracy Charges on Both Coasts

Neo-Nazi Leaders Face Conspiracy Charges on Both Coasts

By Matthew Barakat and Gene Johnson | Feb 27
Several leaders of a violent neo-Nazi group have been charged with conspiring to harass journalists, church congregations and a former Cabinet official.

Trump Faces Credibility Test As He Plays Down Virus Threat

Trump Faces Credibility Test As He Plays Down Virus Threat

By Aamer Madhani, Jonathan Lemire, and Zeke Miller | Feb 27
President Donald Trump faces a critical personal challenge in grappling with the new coronavirus outbreak: Asking Americans to believe him after he and some of his top advisers have contradicted federal scientists.

No One to Vote? Nevada Democrats Puzzle over Empty Precinct

No One to Vote? Nevada Democrats Puzzle over Empty Precinct

By Scott Sonner | Feb 27
Democrats in one county were left scratching their heads about the possibility they had stumbled onto a phantom precinct during the party's third-in-the-nation presidential contest last week.

Fight by 2 Republicans for Georgia Senate Seat Unnerves GOP

Fight by 2 Republicans for Georgia Senate Seat Unnerves GOP

By Ben Nadler | Feb 27
A Republican congressman's decision to challenge freshly appointed Sen. Kelly Loeffler is pitting two visions of the GOP's future against each other. So far, it's divided voters and been anything but polite.

Cuomo Says Trump is Punishing New York for Being Too Blue

Cuomo Says Trump is Punishing New York for Being Too Blue

By Marina Villeneuve | Feb 27
In the past few weeks, New York has come out on the losing end on a series of federal acts.

India Says U.S. Politicizing Religious Riots in Which 30 Died

India Says U.S. Politicizing Religious Riots in Which 30 Died

By Emily Schmall and Sheikh Saaliq | Feb 27
India accused a U.S. government commission of politicizing communal violence in New Delhi that killed at least 30 people and injured more than 200 as President Donald Trump was visiting the country.

Court OKs Texas Winner-Take-All Presidential Elector System

Court OKs Texas Winner-Take-All Presidential Elector System

By Kevin McGill | Feb 27
The winner-take-all system Texas and 47 other states use to assign Electoral College presidential votes is constitutional, a federal appeals court said Wednesday.

Generic Drugmakers Sold Most Opioids During Overdose Crisis

Generic Drugmakers Sold Most Opioids During Overdose Crisis

By Geoff Mulvihill and Larry Fenn | Feb 26
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals doled out lavish perks for top U.S. employees who hit or beat sales goals for prescription opioids and other drugs.

AP Fact Check: Dems Implore Fact Checkers to Back Them Up

AP Fact Check: Dems Implore Fact Checkers to Back Them Up

By Calvin Woodward and Hope Yen | Feb 26
They flailed their arms, talked over each other and at one point called for backup, asking fact checkers to come to their rescue.

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