A consultant hired by one of the country's largest opioid distributors told the firm in 2008 it was violating federal guidelines by filling large, potentially "suspicious" orders for drugs and failing to report them to the government, according to an internal corporate document viewed by NBC News.
The consultant found that instead of canceling the orders and reporting them to the Drug Enforcement Administration, Cardinal Health was reducing the size of the orders and then filling them anyway, according to the document.
According to United Nations researchers, Facebook was the go-to tool for spreading propaganda in Myanmar that helped drive a genocide of the Rohingya religious minority that is estimated to have killed more than 10,000 people.
Now the tech giant is putting a team in place to try to stop that from happening again.
Roy Moore is back. The U.S. Senate candidate who lost amid sexual misconduct allegations, announced he will run for Alabama's seat again — despite fierce opposition from figures within his own party, including Trump.
Not backing down: Hong Kong protesters hit the streets again on Friday and demanded an apology from police for their heavy-handed response to demonstrations.