A deep backlog at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is delaying approvals for thousands of generic drugs.
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The milestone comes as Congress is having difficulty approving benefits for people who have less.Read More »
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board members met with President Barack Obama on Wednesday to discuss how to alter the National Security Agency’s collection and use of bulk phone records, such as numbers dialed and call durations.Read More »
Congressional negotiators have completed work on the military portion of a plan to finance the U.S. government and avoid a second shutdown in four months.Read More »
A Colorado woman tied to the “Jihad Jane” plot was sentenced to eight years in prison for conspiring to support and train with terrorists.Read More »
Joe Paterno’s family lost a partial ruling in its lawsuit over penalties levied against Pennsylvania State University’s football program after the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal.Read More »
A recent court decision illustrates why employers should give careful consideration to the attorney-client privilege before conducting an investigation in the workplace.Read More »