Former First Lady Michelle Obama will be back in the spotlight later this month when she makes an appearance on the fifth season of “Masterchef Junior” as a guest star.
A federal agency that funds scientific research nixed punishments recommended by its own ethics watchdog for some academics who plagiarized and manipulated data in grant proposals and taxpayer-funded research, public records show.
The head of a pharmaceutical company who partnered with the Clinton Foundation has increased the price of an auto-injector used to treat opioid overdoses by 680 percent over the course of three years.
If you’d like to disappoint your date this Valentine’s Day, take them to see As You Like It at the Folger Shakespeare Theater.
Much as I have enjoyed two other titles in the Lives of Great Religious Books Series—John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion and C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity—this one was a slog to read.
Former AIG chief Hank Greenberg agreed to pay a $9 million settlement to New York on Friday, bringing his nearly 12-year legal battle with the state attorney’s general office to a far from amicable conclusion.