After Linus Phillip Jr., 30, was killed by a police officer after he was stopped at a gas station in Largo, Florida, for heavily tinted car windows. Authorities went to the funeral home recently in an effort to use his finger to unlock his phone as part of an investigation, Phillip's family
Following a 19-month investigation, the National Transportation Safety Board identified 20 different factors that contributed to the April 2016 crash that killed two veteran Amtrak employees and injured 39 passengers when the company's train struck a backhoe and derailed in Chester, Pennsylvania.
Tiger Woods is back -- well, back to hitting golf balls, at least. On Thursday afternoon, Woods tweeted video of a slow-motion swing with a wedge, which was captioned: "Dr. gave me the ok to start pitching." The 14-time major champion hasn't played a competitive round since January. After missing
The Ohio attorney general has filed a lawsuit against five leading prescription opioid manufacturers, alleging that the companies intentionally misled patients regarding the risks and benefits of opioid use with fraudulent marketing. Attorney General Mike DeWine accused the companies of leading
GENEVA -- Russian hackers broke into a World Anti-Doping Agency database and posted confidential medical data online Tuesday of some United States female athletes who competed at the Rio Olympics -- including gymnast Simone Biles, tennis players Serena and Venus Williams and basketball player Elena
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced today that it has imposed limits on the distribution of seven products typically used to create lethal injections for capital punishment. In a statement, Pfizer said its mission is to "apply science and our global resources to improve health and well-being at
The prolonged execution of Joseph Wood has spotlighted the secrecy surrounding drugs used for lethal injection. Wood, a convicted murderer, died Wednesday nearly two hours after receiving what authorities said was a 50-milligram dose of both the sedative midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone.
An inmate's execution with lethal drugs in Arizona today took almost two hours as witnesses reported the man gasped and snorted, prompting his lawyers to request an emergency halt to the procedure. "The execution of Joseph Wood commenced at 1:57 p.m. at the Arizona State Prison Complex
Court Docs: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Interrogated for 36 Hours After String of Emergency Surgeries
The family of a death row inmate who was executed with a new drug concoction is planning to sue the state of Ohio for "cruel and unusual punishment," arguing that he was used as an "experiment." The family of Dennis McGuire, 53, watched him die for 26 minutes, during which he was heard having