T. Mark Jones learned about the costs and benefits of health-care delivery when he treated AIDS patients in Key West, Florida, in the late 1980s. The pharmacy he co-founded -- unusual at the time -- provided a humane last step for gay men who didn’t want to spend their final weeks confined to a hospital.
Ted Cruz’s Tea Party triumph is rocking the Texas Republican establishment, as the newcomer’s defeat of Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst in the U.S. Senate primary runoff signals rough times for Governor Rick Perry.
Pfizer Inc. isn’t liable for the breast-cancer death of a woman who died after taking menopause drugs made by the company’s units, a Connecticut jury ruled in a victory for defense lawyers at Kaye Scholer LLP, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP and Snell & Wilmer LLP.
Police racing to solve the Boston Marathon bombing were prevented from using existing technology to identify the source of the black powder in the explosives that killed three and injured more than 260. They’ve also been unable to trace the gun used to kill a police officer.
Argentine Vice President Amado Boudou, who for years antagonized investors in South America’s second-biggest economy, may now become their guarantor of political and economic stability in a nation reeling from its leader’s surprise diagnosis with cancer.
Bill Clinton, a Democrat who may be more in demand than any politician this season, spent an evening last week in the Republican-leaning Texas territory of retiring congressman and unsuccessful presidential candidate Ron Paul.