Bottom line: It’s cheaper. No actual votes will be tallied, and the difference in delegates might only be one or two even if all the votes were counted and Sanders won.
They run the gamut from the JFK assassination to Vince Foster’s death to, of course, Barack Obama’s birth certificate.
But the St. Louis-based seed company makes clear it’s still willing to negotiate with the German chemical and pharmaceutical giant.
While some of his colleagues have criticized the current trend of starting sentences with the phrase, “I feel like,” linguist Geoff Nunberg says it’s just a case of generational misunderstanding.
A woman who says Cosby assaulted her 12 years ago did not appear in court, but parts of a statement she gave in 2005 was read aloud. A judge decided there was enough evidence to move the case forward.
The deal follows other blockbuster agreements struck by Nike with Ohio State and the University of Texas.
The search is part of an inquiry launched in June 2015 into possible tax evasion and money laundering, according to French prosecutors.
With fewer U.S. troops, there’s less need to treat combat trauma at the Bagram Airfield hospital. But civilian casualties continue. A surgeon at Bagram has been trying to save an injured girl’s leg.
Veterans can visit 14 CVS MinuteClinics in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento, Calif., for simple care, lab tests and prescriptions. Will the experiment work well enough to go nationwide?
As his time in office winds down, President Obama has sought to jettison vestiges of the Cold War and reach out to old rivals, from Vietnam to Cuba and beyond.
But it’s one thing to make a pledge. Will the participants in the first U.N. World Humanitarian Summit deliver?
Migrants and refugees have waited for months at the makeshift camp near Idomeni. They hoped to cross into Macedonia, but the border has been shut. Now they’re being transferred to camps farther south.
Brazilian immigrant Roberta Siao says being both a foreigner and mother made it hard to find work in London. At Mazi Mas, a restaurant that trains and employs immigrants, she found more than a job.
Dr. Abraham Nussbaum, author of a book examining the drive toward standardized quality measures and checklists, says he fears medicine is becoming just another job and not the calling it should be.
In the last four years, there’s been a 12-point increase in the percent of Asian-Americans who identify as Democrat, according to a new poll. What does that mean for the presidential election?