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One of the most promising frontiers in healthcare is biologic medicines — complex substances derived from living cells that can help fight chronic diseases and cancers. To encourage investment in biologics, Congress in 2010 gave drug companies...
Among those concerned about the fate of the polar bear, it’s thought that understanding the iconic animal’s genetics could help scientists figure out what will happen to the bears as the climate warms and their icy habitat shrinks. There&...
ST. LOUIS - Members of the voting delegates of the American Soybean Association (ASA) reaffirmed the association's commitment to a comprehensive long-term farm bill, as well as additional critical soybean industry priorities, including exports and trade,...
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Change of SubjectWednesday's print column I looked into buying a laurel wreath for Lake County's new state's attorney, Mike Nerheim — Amazon offers a broad variety of the honorary headdress — but decided not to place the order just yet. Nerheim, as......
The Baltimore SunAs the U.S. Supreme Court weighs whether to strike down Maryland's controversial DNA collection law, the House of Delegates on Thursday voted to extend it. The 2009 law allows police to collect DNA samples from people arrested for certain violent...
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) delivered a nearly 13-hour filibuster Wednesday of John Brennan’s nomination to lead the CIA. Paul used his time on the floor to question the legality of the White House's policies on drone use, beginning at 11:47 a.m. EST and...
Change of SubjectThe provocative Eric Posner, in Slate: If we really care about rights, we should mandate DNA testing, and not only of arrestees, but of everyone. A universal DNA database would greatly increase the number of convictions—vindicating the rights of...
Some questions to ask BOE employees To the editor: There are some questions The Herald-Mail should ask the Board of Education employees. 1. How many employees need to move? 2. How many will carpool or drive to work? 3. How many will shop “...
L.A. NOWA robber who impersonated a police officer to hold up a Buena Park movie theater in 2008 was careful to wear latex gloves to avoid leaving fingerprints. But what Fernando Manuel Ruiz didn't realize was that he left DNA on the gloves he left behind....
Eleven years ago, Navy Capt. Barbara "Bobbie" Scholley dived more than 230 feet into the ocean to help bring back the past: two sailors killed when their Civil War battleship sank in 1862. On Friday, the Annapolis woman joined the crew members'...
WARSAW, Poland (AP) - One of Poland's top veterinarians said on Feb. 28 that traces of horse-meat DNA have been found in beef samples taken from three meat processors - the first acknowledgement that the country could be a source of the horse meat that...
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L.A. NOWChase Jeffrey White has been charged with one felony count of rape in concert, and could face a maximum of nine years in state prison and have to face lifetime sex offender registration, if convicted, according to a joint statement from the Orange...
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