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  • India's Ranbaxy says U.S. authorities seek information on pricing data

    MUMBAI (Reuters) - Indian generic drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd said on Wednesday that federal authorities in the United States had sought details on how it reports pricing data for some products eligible for reimbursement under the Medicaid program....
  • Child-porn conviction is tossed: Navy surveillance is blamed

    SEATTLE Navy criminal investigators repeatedly and routinely peeked into the computers of private citizens in Washington state and elsewhere, a violation of the law so "massive" and egregious that an appeals court says it has no choice but to throw out...
  • Rochester, N.Y., man charged with trying to help Islamic State militants

    WASHINGTON — A Rochester, N.Y., man has been indicted on charges of trying to provide material support to the Islamic State militant group and attempting to murder American soldiers, the Justice Department said Tuesday. A federal grand jury in...
  • Natural gas production contaminated drinking water in Texas, study finds

    Natural gas production contaminated drinking water in Texas, study finds
    Natural gas production contaminated the well water of two homes in a Texas subdivision, according to a study published Monday. The discovery came two years after the Environmental Protection Agency halted its investigation in the Parker County community...
  • U.S. attorney general urges changes to fight more Wall St. crime

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday called for Congress to take steps to help prosecutors build criminal cases against senior Wall Street executives, saying companies often insulated their leaders from...
  • Cop who killed Missouri teen testifies before grand jury: report

    The Ferguson, Missouri police officer whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager has ignited weeks of protests testified Tuesday before a St. Louis grand jury hearing evidence in the case, according to a report in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch....
  • Austrian court unfreeze ex-U.S. diplomat's family assets

    VIENNA (Reuters) - An Austrian court has unblocked assets owned by the wife of former U.S. diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad, ruling that Vienna prosecutors overstepped their authority by having her bank accounts frozen, the couple and their lawyers said....
  • Baltimore's deserved heroin reputation [Commentary]

    Baltimore's deserved heroin reputation [Commentary]
    "The Heroin Capital of America" — what an unpleasant way to describe Baltimore. But stay seated, I'll get back to that in a second. I want to talk about something else first, "COAP" which stands for Children of Addicted Parents. For some, it's a...
  • Banks join forces in push for coordinated FX settlement: sources

    LONDON (Reuters) - Banks caught up in the British investigation into alleged manipulation of global currency markets are pushing for a coordinated settlement that would reduce their exposure to potential reputational damage, banking and legal sources told...
  • Jim McDonnell for L.A. County sheriff

    Jim McDonnell for L.A. County sheriff
    With seven candidates in the June primary race for Los Angeles County sheriff, there was little chance that any one of them would win more votes than the other six combined — the very high bar for taking the election outright and preventing a...
  • Justice Department launches new program to identify U.S. extremists

    Justice Department launches new program to identify U.S. extremists
    Atty Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. announced a new effort Monday to disrupt foreign terrorist cells from recruiting Americans, including a program to identify radicals who hold U.S. passports and are associated with the militant group Islamic State. The aim...