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Justin Anderson argues before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on March 9, 2022, in a bid to dismiss the commonwealth's lawsuit against Exxon Mobil under anti-SLAPP statute.

One of the world’s biggest oil and gas companies appeared to be running on fumes Wednesday as Exxon Mobil attempted to shield itself under a law that protects people or organizations from being sued for making statements in the public interest. Read more»

Insurers for the bankrupt Remington Arms Company and its subsidiaries have agreed to pay the Sandy Hook Elementrary School families the maximum amount of funds available to them, $73 million Read more»

The FDA's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee meets through video teleconferencing technology on Oct. 15, 2021. At the meeting, it voted unanimously to recommend a second shot of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

The FDA’s 19-member Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee voted unanimously Friday to recommend that everyone who received the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Johnson and Johnson receive a second dose at least two months after the first jab. Read more»

About 69.2 million Americans arrived at fully vaxxed status using Moderna’s shot.

Even while noting the scant amount of data provided to them to make their decision, members of an advisory committee for the Food and Drug Administration recommended Thursday that people at higher risk from COVID-19 who received the Moderna vaccine get booster shots. Read more»