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The medication works quickly, within 48 hours. But it’s an expensive infusion and requires a stay in a medical center.
F.D.A. Approves First Drug for Postpartum Depression
Seven states, including California and Arizona, agreed to voluntarily cut their water use. But as the climate warms, any victory may be short-lived.
Amid 19-Year Drought, States Sign Deal to Conserve Colorado River Water
Mike Pompeo wants to designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist group, which the U.S. has never done with a unit of another government’s military.
On Politics: Pompeo’s Iran Plan Deepens Tensions
Hidden in a 705-page economic report are superheroes masquerading as interns for the Council of Economic Advisers.
Where Spider-Man and Captain America Intern: The White House Economic Team
The finding was the first verdict from a federal jury in thousands of similar cases against the company.
Monsanto Weed Killer Roundup Was ‘Substantial Factor’ in Causing Man’s Cancer, Jury Says
A lamb, a goat and a calf all made a run for it in New York City in recent days. Animal control said that was an unusually large number of escapes.
Slaughter-Bound Calf Escapes on Expressway, Earning New Name and a Life of Leisure
Sgt. Michael Rybarczyk was already facing charges that he solicited prostitutes when he was accused of sending messages to women on social media from a police computer.
Cleveland Police Officer Contacted 2,300 Women Using Work Computer, Authorities Say
At the University of Southern California, those linked to the admissions fraud are blocked from registering for classes pending a review, one of many inquiries now underway.
‘Do You Pull the Parchment?’: Students Caught Up in College Admissions Scandal Now Face a Reckoning
Water levels receded from record floods, but damaged roads and destroyed bridges have left many in the Midwest struggling to get to work or the grocery store.
Like ‘House Arrest’: Flooded Roads and Swamped Bridges Strand Nebraskans
Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil is an echo of Trump: a brash nationalist whose populist appeal comes partly from his use of Twitter and his history of making crude statements.
For Trump, Brazil’s President Is Like Looking in the Mirror