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Pharmaceutical companies and distributors have agreed to pay $590 million to settle litigation related to opioid addiction in the Native American population Pharmaceutical companies and distributors have agreed to pay $590 million to settle litigation related to opioid addiction in the Native American population

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U.S. President Joe Biden announced on Friday nearly $1.5 billion to fund responses to opioid overdoses and support recovery.

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While looking for a missing planet in the 18th century, astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi discovered the very first asteroid, Ceres.

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The Artemis launch attempt planned for Sept. 27 has been called off due to Tropical Storm Ian.

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Go out and vote to protect your rights, top Italian designers urged compatriots this week as the Milan shows coincided with elections.

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With over 10,000 asylum seekers crowding homeless shelters, the city will erect temporary structures to hold new arrivals.

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It is sensible to limit the amount of information present on social media accounts.

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The mindset of "trust none, verify all" is based on the zero-trust paradigm and is applied through identity authentication.

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A stream of Russians flocking to Istanbul on Saturday expressed personal relief but concern for the safety of loved ones.

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Hundreds of expatriate Iranians rallied in Paris and other European cities on Saturday to denounce Iran’s crackdown on protests following the death of Mahsa...

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov bitterly criticized Western nations Saturday over the Ukraine war.

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What had been a lightning push by Ukraine to drive Moscow’s forces from the eastern Kharkiv region slowed to a brutal slog Saturday, stalled...

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China on Saturday at the United Nations urged Russia and Ukraine not to let effects of their war “spill over” and called for a...

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