The New York Times
Updated: 5 hours 17 min ago
The Food and Drug Administration has approved Sovaldi, from Gilead Sciences, which will let some patients be treated for a minimum of 12 weeks, but at a cost of $1,000 per daily pill.
As American Airlines and US Airways join to become the world’s largest airline, the new company will have to combine two carriers with vastly different operating cultures and backgrounds.
Age discrimination claims are on the rise as members of the post-World War II baby boom enter their 60s.
The Obama administration said Friday that the enrollment records for roughly a quarter of all the people who signed up for health insurance on its website in October and November could contain errors.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved eight injections to be used to treat the sometimes painful and embarrassing curvature known as Peyronie’s disease.
A layer of ice and snow accompanied by plunging temperatures swept through the country, leading to canceled flights and school closings.
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The anxiety and the promise of revamping the health insurance system has left thousands of people in North Carolina struggling to sort out their options.
As Christians ask how their faith requires them to treat animals, they may force animal rights activists, a mostly secular lot, to reconsider their views on Christians.