Cadila Healthcare Ltd., Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. and Lupin Ltd. are the latest local medicine makers to be reprimanded by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, exchange filings show. A plant with a warning letter is barred from introducing new products in the U.S...
Pottery found along the wall suggests that it was built sometime between the fourth century B.C. and sixth century A.D., Alibaigi wrote. "Remnants of structures, now destroyed, are visible in places along the wall. These may have been associated turrets [small towers] or buildings," wrote Alibaigi, noting that the wall itself is made from "natural local materials, such as cobbles and boulders, with gypsum mortar surviving in places."
... these findings suggest that the brains of patients with anxiety and mood disorders are stuck in an unhealthy hotbox: on one side their brains have difficulty managing emotionally charged thoughts, and on the other they’re prone to rumination and negative emotions...
The Justice Department said attempts by impeachment investigators to compel testimony from executive branch witnesses about President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine are "legally invalid" unless they allow for the witnesses to bring a government lawyer.
Although Bevin has not outlined his next steps, Kentucky law provides for a variety of possible challenges -- including a recount, a recanvass, or a legal challenge to the election based on irregularities. There is no automatic recount process under Kentucky law.
The ardent Trump ally, 49, repeatedly played Imagine Dragons songs on his radio show, "America First," but the band's lead singer Dan Reynolds asked him to stop. When he refused, YouTube deleted his channel Monday. A platform spokesperson told the Daily Beast that his channel "was terminated due to multiple copyright strikes."
Hundreds of flights were diverted, delayed and canceled over the weekend due to poor visibility, schools and offices were closed Monday and officials rushed to implement a battery of emergency measures to try to reverse the eroding air quality. Millions of antipollution masks have been distributed at schools, colleges, hospitals and local markets.
Only minutes after the first potential juror took the witness stand, Roger Stone abruptly left the courtroom, apparently ill. Moments later, a spectator started moaning and collapsed... After a lunch break, he went to the courtroom lectern and said he wanted the proceedings to continue without him. “I have, apparently, some food poisoning,” Stone told U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson. “I don’t want to waste the court’s time or the time of the jurors.”... Jackson agreed to continue with one-by-one-questioning of potential jurors, which seemed likely to continue through Tuesday and perhaps into Wednesday.
Hog producers, listening to every trade headlines from the Trump administration, quickly expanded herds through spring and summer with the anticipation of an imminent trade deal with China. U.S. herd levels rose to 7.7 million heads as of Sept. 1, a level not seen since 1943.