The Sandy Hook families say Remington's marketing of an AR-15-style rifle was illegal and ultimately led to the deaths of their loved ones.
The players allegedly filed nearly $4 million worth of false claims through an NFL health care reimbursement program.
The new 3-digit dialing code would replace the current National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number, 1-800-273-TALK.
The university says it continues to "believe the university acted appropriately."
Democrats negotiated the provision in exchange for their acceptance of language that would create a space force branch in the military.
Weinstein and the board of his bankrupt film studio reached the tentative $25 million settlement agreement Wednesday.
The Trump administration had allocated the $3.6 billion in military construction funds as part of the president's national emergency declaration.
The announcement came one day after a shootout at a kosher market lasted for hours, killing six people total.
The New York Times says settlement won't require the former Hollywood producer to admit wrongdoing or pay his accusers himself.
The climate change activist was described by Time's editor-in-chief as "the biggest voice on the biggest issue facing the planet this year."
The Great Zucchini shares his dream job experiences with Newsy's Bianca Facchinei.
YouTube says it will prohibit veiled or implied threats against individuals and ban content that insults someone's "protected attributes."
Gov. Andy Beshear says he'll sign an executive order on Thursday restoring voting rights to more than 100,000 felons.
Saudi military students are indefinitely barred from operational training after a Saudi airman killed three sailors at a Naval air station last week.
Law enforcement says two suspects are among the dead.
The Pentagon's acting Inspector General sent a memo to military officials at the Pentagon detailing the reason for the review.
A judge In Texas said the Trump administration cannot use military construction funds to build additional barriers on the southern border.
Lawsuits filed Tuesday allege The University of California system violated civil rights laws by requiring applicants to take the SAT or ACT.
The judge said the New York attorney general's office "failed to prove" that Exxon broke the law.
There was an exchange of gunfire for more than an hour in Jersey City's Greenville neighborhood.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court rejected Cosby's appeal on Tuesday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the agreement during a press conference Tuesday morning.