Yumiko Okubo, 71, had forgotten how to heat up food.
Bob Goodlatte, outgoing chair
of the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, pressed the
Justice Department's Makan Delrahim on Wednesday to support
legislation that would make it easier for the U.S. government to
sue to stop OPEC members from pushing up oil prices.
A former Insys Therapeutics Inc sales representative now married to the drugmaker's ex-CEO said on Wednesday she arranged to have a physician assistant in New Hampshire receive kickbacks to prescribe patients its addictive fentanyl spray.
The publisher of the National Enquirer tabloid newspaper has admitted it paid hush money to a former Playboy magazine model to prevent her from going public ahead of the 2016 election with claims that she had an affair with President Donald Trump.
The Tampa Bay Rays agreed to a two-year, $30 million deal with free agent right-hander Charlie Morton, according to multiple reports.
With many rival airlines scaling back plans to add travel routes and seats in a bid to protect margins, Oscar Munoz is taking United Airlines in a different direction.
China's port city of Zhoushan is planning to challenge Singapore's dominance of the multi-billion dollar shipping fuel industry, relying on proximity to some of the world's biggest ports and Beijing's support to give it an edge.
British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a confidence vote by the Conservative Party on Wednesday, but a mutiny by more than a third of her lawmakers indicated parliament was heading toward deadlock over Brexit.
Venezuelan former oil minister Nelson Martinez, who was arrested in 2017 as part of a sweeping graft probe at state-run oil company PDVSA, has died in state custody, five people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
Nissan Motor Co Ltd plans
to boost the number of external board members and set up a
committee to oversee compensation as part of its effort to
improve governance following the arrest of former Chairman
Carlos Ghosn for financial misconduct, a source said.