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First Opioid Trial Takes Aim at Johnson & Johnson

By Jan Hoffman

Having settled with Purdue Pharma and Teva, Oklahoma will now try to blame Johnson & Johnson for its opioid disaster. Nearly 1,900 lawsuits remain nationwide.

First Opioid Trial Takes Aim at Johnson & Johnson

By Jan Hoffman

Having settled with Purdue Pharma and Teva, Oklahoma will now try to blame Johnson & Johnson for its opioid disaster. Nearly 1,900 lawsuits remain nationwide.

Sudan's leading opposition party rejects strike call

A leading Sudanese opposition party says it is refusing a call by protest leaders for a two-day general strike, in a sign of divisions within the pro-democracy movement that is challenging military rule in Sudan.

Sudan's leading opposition party rejects strike call

A leading Sudanese opposition party says it is refusing a call by protest leaders for a two-day general strike, in a sign of divisions within the pro-democracy movement that is challenging military rule in Sudan.

Dan Gainor: Liberal media attack Constitution and democratic institutions

By Dan Gainor

The people who most want to undermine the United States are on the left – and the liberal news media are helping them. Liberals are attacking our Constitution, Supreme Court, bicameral legislature and our very electoral system.

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Sudanese protesters call for strike amid divisions with army

Sudan's protest leaders have set a date for next week's two-day general strike in a bid to press the ruling military council to transfer power to a civilian-led authority.

Sudanese protesters call for strike amid divisions with army

Sudan's protest leaders have set a date for next week's two-day general strike in a bid to press the ruling military council to transfer power to a civilian-led authority.

Ginnifer Goodwin Reads β€˜Clinging to Each Other, We Survived the Storm’

On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the “Twilight Zone” actress reads an essay about the extraordinary difficulty of ordinary life.

Islamists in Sudan rally in support of Islamic rule

Thousands of Islamists in Sudan long allied with ousted president Omar al-Bashir's regime are rallying to support military-backed Islamic rule in the face of alleged attempts by protesters to abolish it.

Islamists in Sudan rally in support of Islamic rule

Thousands of Islamists in Sudan long allied with ousted president Omar al-Bashir's regime are rallying to support military-backed Islamic rule in the face of alleged attempts by protesters to abolish it.

Seattle accused of turning blind eye to rise of homelessness, drug dealing

By Dan Springer

Seattle residents blame lax or non-existent enforcement of a host of laws and routine policies as the reason for the rise in homelessness, public drug use in the city.

Thomas McDaniels: Churches should learn from Blockbuster – change with the times, or die

By Thomas McDaniels

The temptation for so many churches has been to just keep doing the same thing and stay in an old paradigm while they simply watch the culture overlook them and pass them by. At this point, this is simply unacceptable.

Confronting a Childhood Abuser

Sean Escobar wondered if the man he said had groped him more than 25 years ago had done so to any other child. So he sat down with him — and recorded the conversation.

Climate change is hot topic in the European Parliament vote

By FRANK JORDANS

Hungry tourists stream into the glass-fronted balcony of Michael Recktenwald's restaurant on the German island of Langeoog, with its splendid view of the North Sea and the blue skies above.

Climate change is hot topic in the European Parliament vote

By FRANK JORDANS

Hungry tourists stream into the glass-fronted balcony of Michael Recktenwald's restaurant on the German island of Langeoog, with its splendid view of the North Sea and the blue skies above.

Daniil Medvedev Looks to Come Back at the French Open

By John Clarke

His clay season has been mixed. He reached the semifinals in Monte Carlo and the finals in Barcelona, but lost his opening matches in Madrid and Rome.

Valls Puts β€˜Identity’ at Center of Barcelona’s Mayor Race

By Raphael Minder

France’s former premier wants to get elected Sunday in the Spanish city where he was born. Is he a carpetbagger, or a new kind of European politician?

To Get Boeing 737 Max Flying, Global Consensus Will Be Hard

By Natalie Kitroeff and David Gelles

One big sticking point is whether to require that pilots undergo additional training on a simulator. If the training is required, the planes would be grounded for longer than expected.

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