Tuesday, October 6, 2015

2,000% Drug Price Surge Is a Side Effect of FDA Safety Program

Data Transfer Pact Between U.S. and Europe Ruled Invalid

The Scars of the Game

2 Awarded Nobel Prize in Physics

CBC NEWSDanny Williams says Stephen Harper's tactics are borderline racist

U.S. Sees Russian Drive Against CIA-Backed Rebels

Why Algerian Novelist Boualem Sansal’s ‘2084’ is a Sensation in France

Monday, October 5, 2015

Our S.F.: Chinatown rises from ashes, after decades of struggle

How to Catch Spoofers Who Manipulate Markets

Fuel Prices Fall, but FedEx and UPS Boost Surcharges

Price Increases Drive Drug Firms’ Revenue

Cautiously, Iranians Reclaim Public Spaces

Free Trade Is Elites Betraying Their Own Populations | Ian Welsh

Portugal Election Gives Cause for Concern in Madrid

Portugal Election Gives Cause for Concern in Madrid

"For the past four years, this corner of Europe has been a testing ground for the austerity that creditors prescribe for sick economies across the eurozone. Strong conservative leaders pushed painful measures through pliant parliaments in Portugal and Spain, lifting both out of recession."

China’s Slowing Demand Burns Gas Giants

DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman to Exit

S.F.'s Mechanics’ Institute becoming literary hub

Longread Online Dating Made This Woman a Pawn in a Global Crime Plot

Wild mammals 'return to Chernobyl'

Christians ‘serious about their faith’ should consider getting guns, Tenn. official says

The search for America’s best food cities: New York

The EPA closed the lab that might have caught VW years ago

California enacts right-to-die law

Dow Up

TPP deal 'in best interests' of Canadian economy, Harper says