According to conservatives, all the deeply racist and sexist things Tucker Carlson said should be ignored by the public because they were discovered using (gasp!) research.
Republicans seem to be fine with a global pandemic.
Fresh off the August recess, the United States Congress got back to business today. Rather than focusing on pressing issues like a potential war, looming budget deadlines, and the growing problem of student loan debt, some Republican lawmakers thought it was the perfect time to pick up where they left off before their recess – attacking the Environmental Protection Agency.
Acetaminophen, one of the most common medicines used in fever and pain drugs like Tylenol, could trigger dangerous skin reactions in some people, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday. The reactions typically start with flu-like symptoms, but could lead to extensive damage to skin tissue and could be fatal.
Homeowners have to bear the cost of fixing the agency's mistakes.
Video: On May 25, activists around the world will unite to March Against Monsanto.
Chris Hayes points to the thousands of low-income Americans suffering under sequestration as Congress rushes through a fix for the FAA cuts that were delaying their flights and takes a look at just who members of Congress are responsive to. As you might have guessed, it's the affluent and the donor class and not your average citizen and certainly not the poor.
New data shows drugmakers’ payments to hundreds of thousands of doctors, and some have made well over $500,000.
We spoke with Dr. Mark Rosenberg, the scientist who led the government's research on guns before funding was cut.
Speaking from Hyde Park Academy in his hometown Chicago, President Obama says he wants to reignite the "true engine of America's economic growth -- a rising, thriving middle class."
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