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Happy birthday, Kim Kardashian!
That's right: the reality star, businesswoman and social media influencer--we could go on and on, TBH--is turning 40 today. We've already been...
Baby No. 5 is here and named!
On Oct. 21, Bachelor Nation's Emily Maynard Johnson revealed the name of her fifth child. She took to Instagram to share the heartwarming news....
The description for Kristen Bell's latest gig already has us laughing.
After playing Eleanor Shellstrop in NBC's The Good Place for four seasons, the 40-year-old Veronica Mars...
Nicki Minaj has a lot to celebrate.
On Wednesday Oct. 21, the "Starships" rapper took to Instagram to share the first photo of her newborn baby boy with fans. The post also...
At the Hispanic Heritage Awards 2020, which aired Tuesday night on PBS, Selena Gomez accepted a special arts award, and as part of her pre-taped appearance on the show, said she hoped to continue to inspire people by making them feel that "they can -- no matter what."
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Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, has agreed to plead guilty to three federal criminal charges for its role in creating the nation's opioid crisis and will pay more than $8 billion and close down the company.
Opioid manufacturers have cost the American economy $2.15 trillion, according to a notice of claim filed in bankruptcy court by nearly every US state and many territories.
Every 8 minutes someone dies from an accidental drug overdose. Most of the time, it's from fentanyl.
Members of the Sackler family withdrew more than $10 billion from Purdue Pharma and put the money in family trusts and holding companies as pressure intensified over the nation's opioid epidemic, according to court documents.