Antibiotic research and development (R&D) continues to lag behind existing patient needs and upcoming threats.
The October 2010 toner cartridge bomb plot demonstrated how even one package, could threaten the lives of Americans.
Once property is seized, owners must go to court and navigate a complex legal maze to try to win it back.
Over-criminalization, which refers to the vast expansion of what is deemed criminal under law, is a very real concern.
Businesses are suing consumers who voice their honest opinions about their experiences.
We were sued by a patent troll that claimed our emergency identification and notification system infringed on their patent.
An uptick in death penalty sentences in Iran, already the world’s leader in per capita executions, is even more alarming.
One can only imagine what the outcome would be if the perpetrators had nuclear materials.
Every cancer survivor is living proof that medical research saves lives.
The first fatal flaw of the scorecard is its dependence upon incomplete and mismatched data.