Dead man's girlfriend says police use of his finger in an effort to unlock iPhone after they killed him is 'disgusting'
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
Opioid treatment gap in Medicare: methadone clinics
Opioid overdoses killed 1,354 Americans ages 65 and older in 2016, but Medicare doesn't cover the oldest proven treatment for opioid addiction: methadone
Prince heirs sue Illinois hospital over care during overdose
Prince's siblings have sued the Illinois hospital that treated the superstar when he nearly died from a drug overdose a week before his death
Prince's next of kin files wrongful death lawsuit
Two years after Prince died of an opioid overdose in his Minnesota home, his next of kin have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against those they claim contributed to his demise. Michael Zimmer, the trustee for the late musician's next of kin, has three-count wrongful death lawsuit, which has been
Investigation says Prince was isolated, addicted and in pain
Documents released in the investigation into Prince's death provide a glimpse about what his final days were like
Police release findings into Prince's death, giving glimpse into his final days
Newly released videos and images are offering a peek into the last days of music legend Prince's life. On Thursday, authorities in Minnesota released two years' worth of findings from their investigation into the superstar's death as they announced that no criminal charges would be filed. Prince,
Prosecutors: Police chief made officers give him drugs
Prosecutors say the police chief of a small Upstate South Carolina town took legally prescribed narcotics from his officers and their families for his own use
No criminal charges in Prince's death
Prosecutors also announced that the Minnesota doctor who prescribed an opioid painkiller for Prince a week before the musician's 2016 death has agreed to pay $30,000 to settle civil charges.
Files show rising alarm in Prince's circle as health failed
As prosecutors closed a two-year probe into Prince's death without filing criminal charges, investigative documents show the singer's inner circle was growing increasingly alarmed and anxious about getting him help for an opioid addiction
Prince may have unknowingly taken counterfeit medication laced with Fentanyl: Authorities
They declined to file criminal charges, saying they don't know how he got those drugs.