Pharmaceutical companies find ways to market medicines for uses that haven't been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Despite stepped up federal enforcement, a doctor who has analyzed the practices says they are unlikely to fade away.
"All he had to do was tell the truth" about performance-enhancing drugs, the prosecutor says. But Bonds' lawyer argues the government didn't prove its case and was out to get his client.
Free parking and fewer audits. Those would be among the benefits. They wouldn't minimize the pain for many others, of course.
The stand-off continues between rival political forces in Ivory Coast. Once it ends, the country's leadership will have to find ways to jump-start the economy and bring to an end a decade of political violence.
When Egypt's revolution drove former President Hosni Mubarak from office, the military stepped in to oversee their country's transition to democracy. Now, activists accuse the military of continuing the harsh practices of Mubarak's...
Joao Montanaro is a 14-year-old boy who skewers Brazilian politicians on the editorial pages of the country's biggest newspaper, Folha. Although most say he is just like any other teenager, some are worried the paper is putting too much...
It's been a year since the adoptive mother of a 7-year-old Russian boy returned him to Moscow. The incident nearly ruined the adoption of Anastasia Tomlinson to a couple in Tennessee. Hers is one of roughly 1,000 Russian adoptions in 2010 to U....
Robert Titcomb of Hawaii has known the president since they were young. This week, he was charged with soliciting a prostitute.
Japan was rocked Thursday by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake just off its coast. Technically, that strong shaking was an aftershock of the devastating 9.0 temblor that hit the nation nearly a month ago. But it wasn't a shocker. Volkan Sevilgen with...
But, he added, "I'm not yet prepared to express wild optimism" about the chances for a deal on this year's federal budget in time to avert a government shutdown at midnight Friday.