Today in the city Weaver 17.01.2019
As shutdown drags on, scientists scramble to keep insects, plants and microbes alive

Three days a week, Don Weber shows up to work at the U.S. Department of Agriculture campus in Beltsville, Md. The parking lot is empty and the hallways are dark. Like other federal facilities across t...


Tell us what you want, German conservative Weber urges London

Delaying a March 29 deadline for Britain's planned exit from the European Union only makes sense if London sets out plans on how to proceed after British lawmakers rejected the draft Brexit deal, Germ...


Cardi B takes Trump to town on what is now the longest US government shutdown in history

Rapper Cardi B has some thoughts about the partial government shutdown — now in its 26th day, and currently the longest in modern history — and she's taking President Donald Trump to task over his pro...


Report: Oklahoma Grants Austin Kendall Immediate Eligibility for WVU Transfer

Oklahoma quarterback Austin Kendall will be granted a waiver by the university to become immediately eligible to play for West Virginia next season, according to George Schroeder of USA Today ...


Anti-Trump activists are handing out these very convincing — and very fake — Washington Posts around D.C.

The definition of fake news has hit Washington, D.C. "UNPRESIDENTED," the front page of The Washington Post screamed Wednesday, featuring a story that claimed President Trump had resigned. Except it w...


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Doctor Says Shutdown May Force Him To Turn Away Patients Addicted To Opioids

After they reach a certain number of patients, doctors must receive approval from the federal government to prescribe Suboxone, a drug used in conjunction with other therapies to manage opioid addicti...


Senate Panel Grills EPA Nominee On Past As Coal Lobbyist

If confirmed, Andrew Wheeler is expected to continue the deregulatory agenda of his predecessor, Scott Pruitt.


Medical Marijuana In Limbo In Arizona

Arizona voters did pass a medical marijuana law eight years ago, but some patients still face prosecution for possession of cannabis.



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