Lawyers for the plaintiffs are certain to request that Remington turn over volumes of documents as part of the discovery phase.
The CEO of Coalfire called the charges "completely ridiculous."
U.S. regulators on Friday approved a new medicine that can help reduce extremely painful sickle cell disease flare-ups.
Retired FDA adviser Dr. Morris Waxler originally voted in favor of the procedure but has changed his mind.
Foreign over-the-counter drug manufacturers hired by the stores have "serious violations of federal law," officials said.
The ride-sharing company owes $523 million in overdue taxes and as much as $119 million in accrued penalties and interest.
The ex-attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels had two charges dropped, and a new one added.
The executors of Epstein’s requesting “expedited approval” for the establishment of the fund.
Authorities have released new video and increased the reward being offered for information in connection to the death of a tech exec Tushar Atre.
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona are full of Second Amendment sanctuary counties.
Hapgood is charged in the death of a hotel worker he says attacked his family during their April vacation.
The Oklahoma town's mayor described the men as "the best of friends."
The former Democratic contender for president has previously admitted he is “not a morning person."
Attorney Scott Leemon says the facts around the arrest have been misreported and exaggerated.
The justices will hear an appeal by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office of a lower court decision allowing the trademark because by adding ".com" to the generic word "booking" it became eligible for a trademark.
Stone is accused, in part, of to Congress to conceal his efforts to contact WikiLeaks for information on the Russian-hacked Democratic National Committee emails
The room-sharing platform says it will also cover counseling bills for families.
Police are on the lookout for the three suspects.
The array of gifts will be offered to alleged criminals in a bid to get them to show up to court.
The DOJ says if there was collaboration between the companies on the standards, it could raise antitrust concerns.