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Actions Taken Against Those Abusing Women in Prison

It has been 18 years since Congress passed the Prison Rape Elimination Act, which officially called for a zero-tolerance policy while aiming to curb the sexual violence plaguing correctional institutions across the country.  Unfortunately, female prisoners continue to suffer sexual abuse while incarcerated at alarming…

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Johnson & Johnson $2 Billion Baby Powder Verdict Appeal Rejected

Washington, DC - January 6, 2021: Police confront rioters around Capitol building where pro-Trump supporters riot and breached the Capitol

Individuals Involved in U.S. Capitol Breach Facing Multiple Criminal Charges

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Trump Impeachment Prosecutor Val Demings May Take on Marco Rubio

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Who’s to Blame for the U.S. Opioid Crisis?

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How to Navigate COVID-19 Vaccines if Divorced Parents Don’t Agree

A recent study by Parents Together highlights that less than 60% of parents will have their child vaccinated against COVID. This leaves approximately 40% of parents undecided or unwilling to vaccinate their children. Separated and divorced parents’ feelings towards vaccines are no different than married…

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FDA Approval of Alzheimer’s Drug Causes Advisors to Resign

Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating illness that affects over six million Americans aged 65 years and older. As Alzheimer’s (the most common cause of dementia) progresses, it gradually attacks areas of the brain responsible for communication, reasoning, memory and basic daily tasks. As baby boomers…

Security Fence used at a Prison Facility

Actions Taken Against Those Abusing Women in Prison

It has been 18 years since Congress passed the Prison Rape Elimination Act, which officially called for a zero-tolerance policy while aiming to curb the sexual violence plaguing correctional institutions across the country.  Unfortunately, female prisoners continue to suffer sexual abuse while incarcerated at alarming…

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Report Finds Fisher-Price Ignored Safety Warnings

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced on June 4 that Fisher-Price is issuing a recall of two products after four infants died while using the products. Fisher-Price’s 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soother and 2-in-1 Soothe ‘n Play Glider are included in this recall.…

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What Happens if Teens and Parents Disagree on COVID Vaccine?

Now that Americans as young as 12 are eligible to receive a Pfizer-BioNtech or Moderna COVID vaccine, the question becomes whether teens and parents disagree on getting one. There are an estimated 25 million Americans aged 12 to 17. Many in this age group watched…

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What Do Divorce and Cryptocurrency Have in Common?

Divorce is considered the second-most stressful life event a human can experience. The crumbling of a relationship you have put years or decades of your life into, including your financial assets, can be devastating. And now that some of those assets have gone digital for…

Snapchat's Snap Inc. makes IPO debut on the New York Stock Exchange NYSE.

Snap Can Be Sued for Fatal Car Crash

On May 28, 2017, three young men were killed while driving more than 100 miles per hour down a road in Lyons, Wisconsin. In the moments leading up to the crash, Jason Davis, 17, had kept his foot on the accelerator pedal as the two…

Close up image of white bottle of Johnson's baby powder isolated on table

Johnson & Johnson $2 Billion Baby Powder Verdict Appeal Rejected

The nation’s highest court refused on June 1 to hear an appeal from household giant Johnson & Johnson. $2 billion was awarded to women who sued the company over its classic talc products, claiming asbestos in the products gave them ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson…

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