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A Senate investigation into prescription opioids in Missouri finds that pharmaceutical wholesalers had different standards for reporting suspicious orders to the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Jul. 12, 2018
The hire comes nearly five months after the previous CEO, Scott Blackmun, resigned amid calls for him to quit over former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's sexual assault of scores of minors.
Jul. 12, 2018
Ghostly particles called neutrinos can travel nearly unimpeded across the universe. For the first time, physicists have been able to pinpoint the origin of a powerful neutrino.
Jul. 12, 2018
Chekhov and Tolstoy swore by its curative powers. While mare's milk remains a niche product, its reputation as a health elixir is causing trouble for European producers in a more regulated age.
Jul. 12, 2018
The counterintelligence agent told House Republicans on Thursday that political bias has never influenced his official actions and condemned the attacks on the DOJ and the FBI.
Jul. 12, 2018
At a news conference in Brussels, the president reversed his earlier criticism and said NATO is stronger than ever. Addressing a question about his consistency, he said, "I'm a very stable genius."
Jul. 12, 2018
The Charlotte Housing Authority requires that people who get housing subsidies work — and the program is considered a success story. But helping people become self-sufficient remains a challenge.
Jul. 12, 2018
The Government Accountability Office released a report warning NASA that further delays in the space agency's commercial crew program could keep American astronauts from reaching the space station.
Jul. 12, 2018
The United States still buys a lot of products from China, but overall China is a lot less dependent on trade than it used to be. And Beijing now has leverage over the U.S. that it once lacked.
Jul. 12, 2018
With Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination still up for debate, activists are planning for potential battles in state legislatures if the court eventually weakens national abortion rights.
Jul. 12, 2018
Russian influence-mongers appear to have created a number of fake local news Twitter accounts — and spent years posting real headlines.
Jul. 12, 2018
The replica of the execution device made famous by the French Revolution sold for the equivalent of $9,355. But the auction drew criticism from a French watchdog that says its sale is too sensitive.
Jul. 12, 2018
The adult entertainer who has sued President Trump was arrested on Wednesday while performing at a Columbus strip club, after a patron allegedly touched her on stage.
Jul. 12, 2018
During a conference call in May, John Schnatter used the word as he sought to downplay earlier remarks made about the NFL anthem protests led by African-American players.
Jul. 11, 2018
The head of the U.S Census Bureau speaks with NPR's Hansi Lo Wang about how the government's largest statistical agency is preparing for the 2020 census, including the new citizenship question.
Jul. 11, 2018

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