The shift would be a major one for the government, which relies on the private sector to house most of its immigrant detainees
And probably not in the way you expected.
The generic, to be launched "in several weeks," will carry a list price of $300 for a two-pack carton.
"The federal government's scheduling of marijuana bears little relationship to actual patient care," a physician wrote in a strongly worded op-ed for ScientificAmerican.com.
On balance, there's reason for disappointment by what came out of Jackson Hole.
The recovery from the Great Recession has been one of the longest expansions in American history. Now, the stewards of the nation’s economy are starting to grapple with what happens once it ends.
In a poll conducted by the Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 60 percent thought a Clinton administration would have no effect on the level of discrimination against women
Never spill coffee on yourself again
A quiz for the Junior Rangers in all of us.
The speech was unusual in many ways, but progressive politicians have been using similar tactics for generations.
A 2012 program allowing some young undocumented immigrants to work legally seems to have had a huge impact.
The scientific case for blasting upbeat music at work.
Could America be falling into a "distrust gap"?
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Friday signaled that the central bank is moving closer to raising its influential interest rate amid sustained improvement in the job market.
Janet Yellen won the support of liberals during her nomination three years ago to one of the most powerful positions in the global economy. But now they're questioning whether she's taking the right steps for the economy.
Excel's default settings are causing scientific screw-ups
Four in 10 private-sector employees can't take a day off without losing income, according to government data.
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