The U.S. Food and Drug Administration added EpiPens and generic epinephrine auto-injectors to its drug shortage list Wednesday.
Security cameras recorded a man carrying a skateboard as he entered the facility. With her back to him, she didn’t see what was coming.
Authorities have identified the man who shot himself to death in front of the White House on Saturday _ 26-year-old Cameron Ross Burgess of Maylene, Alabama.
More than two dozen South Carolina doctors have been investigated for possible sexual misconduct in the last five years, according to a newspaper review of records of the state Board of Medical Examiners.
He ended up covering 62 orders – not everyone’s, but still a whopping $10,780 worth.
The student senate at Clemson University has voted to impeach the student government’s vice president, a black man who recently refused to stand during the Pledge of Allegiance.
South Carolina prison officials say they are closing a minimum-security prison that operates a work release program because it has fewer prisoners that fit into minimum security.
For some people of color, patriotism goes beyond standing up for an anthem or a pledge and encompasses many feelings – including protest. Criticism of that expression of patriotism, they say, is sometimes cloaked in racism.
Senators are expressing bewilderment that credit reporting company Equifax has received a $7.25 million contract with the IRS to provide taxpayer and personal identity verification services.
Former Obama administration officials say they’re starting a private campaign to encourage people to sign up for coverage next year under the Affordable Care Act.