Federal authorities warned against the infection risks of using insulin pens on more than one patient, and officials on Monday asked why a Buffalo veterans hospital may have used the pens on many patients, causing an HIV scare.
The New York State Senate passed a strict gun control bill Monday night. It’s the first gun control measure approved since last month’s massacre in Connecticut.
A train carrying army recruits crashes in Egypt, at least 17 people are killed. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Tearful reunions in Miami after travel restrictions for Cuban citizens are relaxed. Julie Noce reports.
Lance Armstrong finishes Oprah interview, sources say he admitted to doping. Julie Noce reports.
Now that disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has reportedly apologized for lying about his use of performance-enhancing drugs, let’s take a look back at some of the many times he proclaimed his innocence of the allegations. The truth–with an assist by Oprah–shall set you free.
‘I like a good party,’ President Obama said Monday, after reporters accused him of insularity. Indeed—Obama knows how to (awkwardly) get down.
Scripps Networks (SNI) had its estimates cut and was downgraded by Deutsche Bank (DB) to hold from buy with a price target of $65 due to lower ratings. Shares are lower by about 1.25 percent.
Deere (DE) was upgraded by JP Morgan (JPM) to neutral from underweight with a price target of $90 due to balanced global fundamentals. Shares are higher by about two tenths of a percent.
AJ MacCarron helps Crimson win big and gun control remains America’s #1 debate. Stay wired at www.waywire.com!