News bites: ‘Crash inspections’ find major problems at compounding pharmacies

President Obama’s nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency vowed a “common-sense” approach to tackling climate change, if she is confirmed, The Washington Post reports.

Experts told regulators that lithium batteries, like those used in Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner, must be safer, according to Reuters.

Global regulators say they lack the authority to wind down “too big to fail” banks, Bloomberg reports.

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