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In secret documents, drug executives say why they priced a drug for $84,000.

Puerto Rico is moving toward default on $7 billion in loans.

There are a few telling things people who see profundity in nonsense tend to have in common.



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A new poll gets to the heart of what millennials want.

Young white Americans are now as downbeat on the American dream as young Americans of color.

The most common surgery in the world happens in childbirth.

China's yuan becoming an IMF reserve currency is just a small step to enhancing its global economic status--but an important one.

Researchers have discovered a surprising reason we smile in photos

For Judy O'Babatunde, disgruntled workers are a business opportunity.

Antiabortion groups hailed the 1973 Helms amendment as a victory in the aftermath of Roe v. Wade.

There have been more mass shootings so far in 2015 than in all of 2014.

It's actually pretty scary too, when you think about the implications.

There's an upside to feeling horribly awkward

There are about two serious attacks a year. Most of them are not fatal.

The DEA has been trying to "eradicate" marijuana for 36 years. It hasn't exactly worked.

The time that people spend waiting in line, and how they feel when they do so, is a big deal for average people and the economy.

Two-fifths of American billionaires claim an elite college on their resumes. Ten percent went to Harvard.

Drug crimes account for 1 in 5 prisoners, but nearly one-third of prison admissions.

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