Study Shows Arizona ranked 35th for most nursing home complaints

Yuma, Arizona - When you or a loved one enters a nursing home, it is important to know the truth about the facility, not just what they show you during their walk-through.

History Matters

Washington, DC - Until June 13, 1966, the police were not required to inform an arrested citizen about his rights. But, all of that changed when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Miranda vs. Arizona that everyone—including the accused—has the right to remain silent, or to refuse making a statement without the presence of an attorney. It was a landmark case, which deserves the attention of every American.

Dallas Men Charged with Hate Crimes, Kidnapping, and Conspiracy after Targeting Gay Men for Violent Crimes

Washington, DC - Daniel Jenkins, 20, and Daryl Henry, 22, were charged by a federal grand jury in a superseding indictment unsealed yesterday with conspiracy to commit hate crimes, kidnapping, and carjacking, announced Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband of the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox for the Northern District of Texas, and FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Matthew DeSarno of the Dallas Division.

Pharmaceutical Company Admits to Price Fixing in Violation of Antitrust Law, Resolves Related False Claims Act Violations

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Heritage Pharmaceuticals Inc., a generic pharmaceutical company headquartered in Eatontown, New Jersey, was charged for conspiring with its competitors to fix prices, rig bids, and allocate customers, the Department of Justice announced Friday.

Governor Ducey Orders Flags At Half-Staff Following Virginia Beach Shooting

Phoenix, Arizona - In coordination with the Presidential Proclamation, Governor Doug Ducey today ordered that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff immediately until sunset on Tuesday, June 4, 2019, in honor of the victims of the Virginia Beach shooting.