By MATTHEW PERRONEAP Health Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Food and Drug Administration bill designed to increase inspections of foreign drug factories, while also speeding approvals of new drugs at home, is headed to the president's desk after an overwhelming approval in the U.S
By MICHAEL LIEDTKEAP Technology Writer
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Web game maker Zynga is trying to turn its digital playground into an even more entertaining place, working to prove wrong investors who doubt that it can build a long-lasting business.
Zynga unveiled f
By SUE MANNINGAssociated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Summer at animal shelters across the country means more animals, more work, more bills and more worries.
And there are sometimes fewer staffers, volunteers and donations to handle it.
At the maj
By DONNA BRYSONAssociated Press
JOHANNESBURG (AP) - The century-old African National Congress, which led the victory over apartheid 18 years ago and has governed South Africa since, must root out corruption and return to the values of its past, President Jacob Zuma said Tuesday.
By CASSANDRA VINOGRADAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - A British banking group says it has almost fully cleared up a weeklong banking glitch which delayed posting credits and debits to millions of customers with its NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland accounts.
KOHYON-RI, North Korea (AP) - North Korea dispatched soldiers to pour buckets of water on parched fields and South Korean officials scrambled to save a rare mollusk threatened by the heat as the worst dry spell in a century gripped the Korean Peninsula.
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