President Barack Obama and his advisers aren’t discussing clemency for Edward Snowden as they draw up a response to the backlash over U.S. government surveillance, according to an administration official with knowledge of the deliberations.
When Jennifer McCrea -- perhaps the best-connected fundraiser in Manhattan -- meets a billionaire to ask for money, she almost never schleps to his office, instead choosing neutral ground at a local coffee shop.
Most common tumors are driven by just two to six DNA mutations, according to a genetic analysis of 3000 tumor samples that brings scientists closer to devising a comprehensive list of all the key mutations that cause cancer or contribute to its progression.
Alzheimer’s Research U.K., the country’s leading dementia research charity, will fund a new drug discovery institute to address a gap in treatments it says the pharmaceutical industry has failed to fill.
Antibiotics added to nutritional therapy helped aid recovery and prevent deaths among severely malnourished children, findings that suggest routine use of the drugs should be considered in kids who suffer from acute hunger.