Wednesday, October 22, 2014 As of 7:31 PM EDT
A new trade agreement could have big implications for Big Pharma.
No Autopsy In Joan Rivers' Death
Obama Considers Backing Bush-Era Reading Of Torture Treaty
Ebola 'Becoming More Contagious,' Experts Fear
Rome Mayor Recognizes 16 Same-Sex Marriages
4 Big Mistakes That Made Ebola Worse
Royals' World Series Appearance Boosts Interest
UK Jihadists Who Join Islamic State Could Face Treason Charges
Ebola Breakthrough: US Test Can Detect Virus In Seconds
US Met With Terrorist-Affiliated Syrian Kurds
Prosecutors Take Aim At Takata, Again
U.S. prosecutors are investigating if a Japanese supplier made misleading air bag claims a year after it settled separate antitrust charges.
US Housing Starts Rose In September
The more volatile multifamily home segment led the increase.
Politico: We’re Not Shills For BP
Politico says an eyebrow-raising article written by a BP communications rep is a simple op-ed.
Boeing Soars In Q3 On Commercial Aircraft Back Orders
The world’s top aerospace giant says military aircraft orders up 3 percent. Company has 5,500 commercial aircraft on back order.
Lufthansa To Hand Off IT Unit To IBM
German flag carrier says the deal will help it cut IT costs by $89 million annually.
McDonald's Disappointing Q2 Earnings Aren't Its Fault
That said, Q2 revenue was sluggish, at best, and Wall Street did not respond well.
Big Pharma In Poor Countries
WATCH: Costa Concordia Begins Her Final Journey
Two and a half years after she capsized off Italy’s Isola del Giglio, the Costa Concordia will finally be hauled off and sold for scraps.
Wage Protest Targets World's Fast Food Outlets [PHOTOS]
Labor rights advocates and union representatives are calling this the largest-ever strike to hit U.S. fast-food companies.
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