U.S. health officials on Friday approved a closely watched Alzheimer’s drug that modestly slows the brain-robbing disease, albeit with potential safety risks that patients and their doctors will have to carefully weigh.
Author: The Associated Press
EPA moves to toughen standards for deadly soot pollution
The Environmental Protection Agency says tougher standards for soot from tailpipes, smokestacks and wildfires could prevent thousands of premature deaths a year.
Damar Hamlin speaks after breathing tube removed, tells teammates, ‘love you boys’
Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott said he kept it a secret from the team before announcing he had “a treat in store” for them — putting Hamlin on the big screen in the meeting room.
Cooling labor market could ease inflation fight
America’s employers added a solid 223,000 jobs in December, evidence that the economy remains healthy.
No, Hooters is not closing because of ‘millennials’
Those darn millennials did it again! Except, not really.
Father who shot 7 members of his family, then himself, was facing divorce
The man fatally shot his five children, his mother-in-law and his wife two weeks after his wife filed for divorce. He then shot and killed himself.
Idaho murder suspect identified based on cell phone data, video, DNA: court documents
Bryan Kohberger made his first appearance Thursday in an Idaho court, where he faces four charges of first-degree murder. He did not enter a plea, and was ordered held without bail.
McCarthy fails for 3rd long day in GOP House speaker fight
The House voted to adjourn after a day with little progress in electing a speaker.
Peloton to pay $19 million fine over dangerous treadmill defect
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said Peloton knowingly failed to immediately report that its treadmill could be hazardous.
Average long-term mortgage rates inch higher
The second straight increase follows six weeks of declines that had given prospective homebuyers a glimmer of hope.