By STEVE KARNOWSKIAssociated Press
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - After being told he was losing his job at a Minneapolis sign company, Andrew Engeldinger responded by saying "oh really," taking out a gun and opening fire on his two managers. Then he fired again as the company owner tried to help his
By The Associated Press
BAD MEDICINE: The Food and Drug Administration has ordered operators of about 4,100 websites to immediately stop selling unapproved medications to U.S. consumers.
FDA SHOT: Three companies that operate most of the sites have been sent warning letters ordering them to
By The Associated Press
US unemployment falls to 7.8 percent, a 44-month low
WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 7.8 percent last month, dropping below 8 percent for the first time in nearly four years and giving President Barack Obama a potential boost with the election a
By NOMAAN MERCHANT and RAPHAEL SATTERAssociated Press
DALLAS (AP) - Barrett Brown has, at times, called himself an author, a freedom fighter and a spokesman for the movement of hacker-activists known as Anonymous.
In tweets and videos, Brown praises Anonymous' work, rips his opponents and
By LINDSEY TANNERAP Medical Writer
CHICAGO (AP) - Millions of people get steroid shots in their backs to relieve pain. Now they are probably wondering if it's safe.
In 23 states, hundreds, possibly thousands, of back-pain patients are being warned to watch for symptoms of meningitis because
By LINDA A. JOHNSONAP Business Writer
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The Food and Drug Administration is stepping up its fight against counterfeit and other potentially harmful medicine sold over the Internet.
The agency is ordering operators of about 4,100 websites to immediately stop selling unapproved
By MIKE STOBBEAP Medical Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - As the tally from a deadly meningitis outbreak rose Friday, health officials identified the medical clinics across the country that received steroid shots for back pain now linked to the illnesses.
Authorities took the step to help identify
By MARYCLAIRE DALEAssociated Press
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A college student handcuffed at Philadelphia International Airport for several hours over Arabic language flashcards asked a U.S. appeals court Friday to let him pursue his lawsuit against five federal agents.
Nicholas George was "perp
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Food and Drug Administration says it has found salmonella in a New Mexico plant that produces nut butters for national retailer Trader Joe's and several other grocery chains. The Trader Joe's peanut butter is now linked to 35 salmonella illnesses in 19 states.
By LINDSEY ANDERSONAssociated Press
BOSTON (AP) - About 300 to 500 defendants, including some "pretty dangerous people," may be released into Boston streets because of the alleged mishandling of evidence at a Massachusetts drug lab, a prosecutor said Friday.
Chemist Annie Dookhan is charged