Could Opioid Lawsuit Against Pharma Lead To Tobacco-Like Court Settlement?Could local lawsuits against pharmaceuticals lead to a national out-of-court settlement like big tobacco got twenty years ago?
Consumer Federation Finds Women Pay More For Auto Insurance Than MenExperts say almost every study shows that men are more likely to get into a car crash than women, but a new report says that even if they have a perfect driving record, women are charged much more for car insurance than men.
Google Announces New Initiative To Increase Digital Skills For The FutureGoogle announced its “Grow with Google” initiative at its Bakery Square headquarters in Larimer on Thursday.
Mobile Brozone Eliminating Not Only Odiferous Locker Room Smells, But Also Dangerous GermsThe Baldwin-Whitehall School District is one of the first school districts to use Brozone, a mobile sanitizing van to clean sports equipment.
New Scam Claims Federal Court Will Arrest You If You Don't Return CallA new phone scam leaves a message saying the matter will go to federal claims court and the recipient will be arrested if the phone call is not returned.
Wanting More, Amazon Has Already Received $1.2B In Tax BreaksAmazon, looking to locate a second headquarters with 50,000 jobs, has asked cities to outbid each other with taxpayer-funded incentives to attract the company.
Christopher Columbus Statue In Oakland Vandalized, Angering Italian-American ResidentsJust below the Phipps Conservatory in Oakland stands a statue of Christopher Columbus, and on Columbus Day, it stood defaced with red paint.
City To Close, Demolish Dilapidated Public Works Building In KnoxvilleWorried that a dilapidated public works building in Knoxville might collapse on city employees and Public Works vehicles, Pittsburgh operations chief Guy Costa says it will be closed and demolished in November.
Cigna To Stop Covering Most OxyContin PrescriptionsInsurance giant Cigna says it will no longer cover most OxyContin prescriptions starting in 2018.
Rep. Tim Murphy To Resign From Congress Amid Affair ScandalRep. Tim Murphy reportedly plans to resign from Congress amid the scandal surrounding his affair.
Republican Lawmakers Considering Run For Murphy's Congressional SeatRepublican state lawmakers are rushing to run for a congressional seat in southwestern Pennsylvania that is being vacated by GOP Congressman Tim Murphy.
Pennsylvania AG: Student Loan Company Cost Borrowers BillionsA new federal lawsuit by Pennsylvania's attorney general says the nation's largest student loan company engaged in abusive practices that have cost borrowers billions of dollars.

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