Roland Griffiths spent the later stage of his career exploring the ways that psychedelic drugs, specifically psilocybin, could help patients with depression, addiction issues and even terminal cancer.
A study finds people who eat more than one serving of red meat a day are at higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Processed meats, like bacon and hot dogs, were linked to an even higher risk.
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New York City has been housing migrants in makeshift shelters throughout the city. In some areas, it has led to protests and court challenges.
The lawsuit alleges that Rudy Giuliani and an associate's actions are unlawful under California law, and it says Giuliani and the associate have refused to return Hunter Biden's data.
NPR's A Martinez talks to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack about programs — such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — which would be affected if the government shuts down.
The bipartisan infrastructure law granted federal firefighters a big pay bump. Amid a looming government shutdown, that wage increase will expire, leaving first responders unsure about their income.
Hollywood production has been halted for months as actors and writers have been on strike. Now, the writers are headed back to work. Actors represented by SAG-AFTRA remain on strike.
The former clerk in Rowan County, Ky., was sued by two same-sex couples to whom she refused to grant marriage licenses, claiming it violated her religious beliefs. Her attorney says she will appeal.
The Colorado Republican said she was guilty of laughing and singing too loud. A report from the theater, citing four complaints from the audience, said she was also vaping and recording video.
In the coastal city of Derna, dams broke, sending a torrent of water that submerged whole neighborhoods. Rescue efforts are complicated by the fact that Libya is divided between rival governments.
After eluding a manhunt for nearly two weeks, convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante has been captured, the Pennsylvania State Police announced Wednesday morning.
For Hostess, the deal with the peanut-butter-and-jelly conglomerate is a sweet win after not one, but two bankruptcies.
Ruby Franke, the YouTube mommy blogger behind the channel 8 Passengers, was arrested last week after her 12-year-old son climbed out a window and ran to a neighbor's house asking for food and water.
The Office of Inspector General of the Small Business Administration has released a "landscape of fraud" report highlighting why 17% of PPP and other loans appear bogus.
Two U.S. food companies have received the go-ahead to sell chicken grown from cultivated animal cells in a production facility. It's the first time meat grown this way will be sold in the U.S.
Benzene is among the pollutants gas stoves emit into homes, Stanford University researchers show. The toxin is linked to a higher risk of leukemia and other blood cell cancers.
Ellsberg's release of what were called the "Pentagon Papers" hastened the end of the Vietnam war, prompted a landmark Supreme Court ruling and contributed to the downfall of President Richard Nixon.