During the rally, Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee was interrupted repeatedly by protesters.
The doctor kept prescribing methadone despite red flags, according to medical board documents.
The Harvard-educated doctor, with half a century of experience, faces federal charges for opioid prescribing.
U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak ordered Tuesday that Ryan Gustafson, 28, is a "real and major flight risk" because of his ties to Africa.
Trump’s win helps him inch closer to clinching the GOP nomination for president.
A few thousand Kurdish and Arab fighters launched the first ground attack to directly challenge IS’s control of its self-proclaimed capital.
Meanwhile, the Democratic hopefuls campaigned in California, and Donald Trump won Washington’s primary as he faced violent protesters.
The president himself disclosed the absence of the activists after he met with a half-dozen other civil society leaders.
Conflicting statements were made Tuesday on whether the initial findings suggest an explosion brought down the plane.
Dylann Roof is awaiting trial on federal hate crime charges in connection with the June 17 shooting that killed nine black parishioners.
The police commissioner Tuesday also announced a new program to help make sure officers read and understand general orders and policies.
Police moved more than 2,000 people out of Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonian border, then dismantled the tent city.
Cuban business owners and economic experts said they were hopeful the overhaul would remove a major obstacle to private business growth.
Dozens more might have been buried by the collapsed hillside, an official said Tuesday.
“You can have these very subtle changes in DNA that create dramatic effects,” said Douglas Cavener of Penn State University.
The president and chancellor of Baylor University said he regretted the taint that the Monica Lewinsky scandal left.
The caucus will work to educate on voting restrictions enacted since the Supreme Court struck down a key section of the Voting Rights Act.
Mullah Akhtar Mansour ran the movement in founder Mullah Mohammad Omar’s name for more than two years, leading to widespread distrust.
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This is the first time the surgery is recommended specifically as a diabetes treatment rather than as obesity treatment with a side benefit.
The measure for the first time regulate tens of thousands of toxics in everyday products from household cleaners to clothing and furniture.
Former server at The Carlton Restaurant, Downtown.
When authorities shut down one doctor’s huge pain practice, addicted patients flowed to other offices.
Students from Wilkinsburg and Pittsburgh Westinghouse get together for some fun and getting acquainted.
Maryland triggered unintended consequences after it began tracking prescriptions and disciplining rogue prescribers.
A free dental clinic will provide fillings, cleanings, extractions, root-canal treatments and oral health education.
Timothy Glasspool’s departure would follow the district's announcement that it placed high school principal Ryan Kociela on paid leave.
Prosecutors seeking the death penalty for East Liberty man found guilty of killing his next-door neighbors in 2014.
Joseph Petrella has been on sick leave since February.
Foreign manufacturers are exporting deadly versions of the painkiller, and the senator urges pressure to stop it.
Take your opioids too quickly? Sell some of them? Doctor getting suspicious? Just rent some pills.
As regulators crack down on excessive narcotic prescribing, patients with painful conditions wonder how they will cope.
In a review of ChildLine, the Pa. auditor general found that 22 percent of the calls last year — or nearly 42,000 — were unanswered.
Rogue doctors and the responses of state licensing boards are only part of the painkiller story.
With a school board meeting tonight and suggestions from some that he be put on leave, Timothy Glasspool will not reveal if he testified.
Mr. Cosby is accused of drugging and molesting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his mansion in 2004.
The doctor accused prosecutors of being ”bullies.”
The school board Monday night unanimously approved a $95.22 million budget that calls for a 0.38-mill increase.
Probuphine — buprenorphine that’s implanted under the skin and lasts six months — may be the next maintenance medicine.
The latest recall includes Toyota, Scion and Lexus models from the 2006-2011 model years.
Also, on the Ohio River Boulevard (Route 65), long-term lane restrictions will begin today and remain in place through early August.
Sanders said he will “condemn any and all forms of violence” but his campaign was welcoming first-time attendees of party conventions.
Kentucky’s get-tough approach resulted in disciplinary actions, prosecutions and consternation.
When the coroner has seen four of your patients in a year, it may be time to consider your prescribing practices.
A patient’s “self-inflicted gunshot wound” led Kentucky to place prescribing restrictions on the doctor.
One rural physician maintains that the accusations and criminal charges against him were unjust.
The imprisoned former physician, prosecuted for his oxycodone prescriptions, now owes $827,000 to insurers.
Peter V. Neffenger, the TSA administrator, announced a series of changes that included the removal of Kelly Hoggan.
Egyptian authorities said they believe terrorism is a more likely explanation than equipment failure in the crash that killed 66 people.