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In the long debate over the president's drone wars, we've only heard opaque, albeit scintillating, references to threat matrices and kill lists.
U.S. Supreme Court rejects Florida Gov. Rick Scott's request to review drug testing decision www.tampabay.com
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Florida Gov. Rick Scott's request that it review a lower court ruling that his drug testing policy for state employees was unconstitutional.">
Giving the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention money for gun violence research is a “request to fund propaganda,” a Georgia congressman says."> var
The New York City comptroller has asked a Texas oil company to explain why it has been connected to political donations that appear to have little to do with its…
Smoking in the White House: Dick Cheney recalls days of free cigarettes from tobacco companies www.mlive.com
In the 1960s and '70s, tobacco companies provided a free, unlimited supply cigarettes, packaged in white boxes with gold trim and the presidential seal, said former Vice President Dick Cheney.
In the last decade, voters over 65 years old have become more Republican, even as the electorate as a whole has been trending in the opposite direction. In 2004, George W. Bush won that demographic...
Sovaldi, the new Hepatitis-C drug developed by the biotech giant Gilead, can cure ninety per cent of patients in three to six months. There’s just one catch: a single dose costs a thousand dollars.