Celine Castronuovo, Bloomberg Law

Celine Castronuovo

Bloomberg Law

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Celine:

Infant Formula Bill Would Expand FDA Oversight of Inspections

The FDA would need to inspect infant formula manufacturing facilities at least every six months under a bill that aims to hold the agency accountable for its actions leading up to the nationwide shortage. → Read More

Opioid Pledge to Prove Tricky for FDA Head Dogged by Pharma Ties

FDA actions to fight the opioid crisis will face heightened scrutiny with Robert Califf at the helm of the agency as the new commissioner strives to overcome lingering concerns over his former industry ties. → Read More

Biden’s FDA Chief Confirmed by Senate With Republicans’ Help (1)

Robert Califf will lead the Food and Drug Administration once again after the Senate voted 50-46 Tuesday to confirm him, overcoming opposition from some lawmakers over his industry ties and the agency’s past actions on an abortion-inducing drug. → Read More

Two people killed in mid-air helicopter, plane collision in Arizona

Two people aboard a helicopter were killed Friday morning when it collided with an airplane as they were flying near an airport southeast of Phoenix, according to police. → Read More

1 in 8 acres in California has burned in last decade

Approximately one in every eight acres of California land has been burned by wildfires in the past decade, according to an analysis published this week. → Read More

Phillips 66 says it will cut greenhouse emissions 30 percent by 2030

U.S. → Read More

Warming Arctic could spread nuclear waste, unknown viruses: report

As temperatures continue to rise in the Arctic, thawing frozen land that scientists have already said contributes to greenhouse gas emissions could also spread nuclear waste and radiation, as well as unknown viruses → Read More

Pat Robertson steps down as '700 Club' host after 60 years

Televangelist Pat Robertson announced Friday that he would be stepping down as host of his Christian Broadcasting Network’s (CBN) flagship show “The 700 Club” after six decades on the program. → Read More

Biden approval rating slips to 50 percent in AP poll

President Biden’s job approval rating has slipped to 50 percent in the latest Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Af → Read More

Pacquiao officially files to make Philippines presidential bid

Recently retired Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao on Friday officially filed documents certifying his presidential bid weeks after a faction of the country’s ruling part → Read More

Federal court orders FEC to rule on NRA shell entity campaign allegation

A federal judge on Thursday said that the Federal Election Commission (FEC) must look into and take action on allegations that the National Rifle Association illegally carried → Read More

Ocasio-Cortez blasts Texas abortion law defender: 'Sometimes it takes years' to recognize sexual assault

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) on Thursday railed against... → Read More

More than half of police killings go unreported, study finds

More than half of deaths at the hands of police went unreported over the past four decades, according to a → Read More

CNN's Amanpour shares health update, urges women to 'pay attention' to ovarian cancer symptoms

Veteran journalist Christiane Amanpour said she is about to undergo her final chemotherapy session months after revealing her ovarian cancer diagnosis and called on women to “pay attention to their bodies." → Read More

Protesters block Golden Gate Bridge to mark '20 years of failed promises' on immigration reform

A group of protesters temporarily blocked traffic along San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge to bring attention to what they called “20 years of failed promises” on immigration reform, including the lack of providing → Read More

Shakira says two wild boars grabbed her purse in Barcelona

World-renowned Colombian singer Shakira says that she was recently attacked and had her purse briefly stolen in Barcelona by two wild boars, animals that officials are increasingly warning are posing a dangerous thr → Read More

Sarkozy found guilty of illegal campaign financing

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was found guilty Thursday of illegal financing activities tied to his unsuccessful 2012 reelection campaign, just months after he was ha → Read More

US Forest Service warns of federal firefighter staffing shortage

The U.S. Forest Service on Wednesday warned of staffing shortages... → Read More

Former officer sentenced to life in prison in Sarah Everard murder case

The former British police officer who over the summer pleaded guilty to murdering Sarah Everard in Kent, England, on Thursday, was s → Read More

North Korea's Kim: US offer of talks a ploy to conceal hostility

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday argued that the U.S. → Read More