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F.D.A. Panel Splits on Whether to Approve New Diabetes Drug

By KATIE THOMAS

The advisory committee voted 8-8 on approving the drug, to be called Zynquista, which would be the first oral medication for people with Type 1 diabetes.

F.D.A. Panel Splits on Whether to Approve New Diabetes Drug

By KATIE THOMAS

The advisory committee voted 8-8 on approving the drug, to be called Zynquista, which would be the first oral medication for people with Type 1 diabetes.

Michigan State University interim president resigns after comments about Nassar victims

By Samuel Chamberlain

The interim president of Michigan State University resigned Wednesday amid criticism of remarks he made last week about victims of sexual abuse by ex-sports doctor Larry Nassar.

Michigan State University interim president resigns over comments about Nassar victims

By Samuel Chamberlain

The interim president of Michigan State University resigned Wednesday amid criticism of remarks he made last week about victims of sexual abuse by ex-sports doctor Larry Nassar.

F.D.A. Says It Will Resume Inspections of Some High-Risk Foods

By SHEILA KAPLAN

Despite the federal shutdown, some agency inspectors are returning to work and will begin performing food safety visits without pay this week, the F.D.A. commissioner said.

11 Indicted in 2016 Triple Murder to Silence D.E.A. Informant

By LIAM STACK

Prosecutors said members of the Black Guerrilla Family gang tied up three people then shot them and set them on fire in a barn in rural Pennsylvania.

F.D.A. Says It Will Resume Inspections of Some High-Risk Foods

By SHEILA KAPLAN

Despite the federal shutdown, some agency inspectors are returning to work and will begin performing food safety visits without pay this week, the F.D.A. commissioner said.

F.D.A. Says It Will Resume Inspections of Some High-Risk Foods

By SHEILA KAPLAN

Despite the federal shutdown, some agency inspectors are returning to work and will begin performing food safety visits without pay this week, the F.D.A. commissioner said.

It’s Time for T.S.A. Workers to Strike

By BARBARA EHRENREICH and GARY STEVENSON

The shutdown is painful, but it is also an opportunity for labor to take a stand.

Do Floppy-Eared Dogs Look Friendlier? The T.S.A. Thinks So

By SARAH MERVOSH

The T.S.A. said it favors floppy-eared dogs over pointy-eared dogs in airport jobs because floppy-eared dogs appear friendlier and less aggressive. There is a scientific explanation behind the perception.

White House Memo: At White House, Empty Desks and Unpaid Bills as Trump Shows No Sign of Relenting

By KATIE ROGERS

The pain of the partial government shutdown bit into all corners of America — even the White House, where there is often very little sympathy for those whose job it is to keep Washington running.

Do Floppy-Eared Dogs Look Friendlier? The T.S.A. Thinks So

By SARAH MERVOSH

The T.S.A. said it favors floppy-eared dogs over pointy-eared dogs in airport jobs because floppy-eared dogs appear friendlier and less aggressive. There is a scientific explanation behind the perception.

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