Upton: “The success of 21st Century Cures depends on the ideas and support from patients, researchers, and care givers all across the country.”
In a recent editorial, the Chicago Tribune argues it’s time to move beyond the political roadblocks and open Yucca Mountain, particularly in light of the release of NRC’s critical safety report confirming that this long-term nuclear waste repository would be safe and environmentally sound.
Lithuania achieved an important milestone this week in its pursuit of energy security with the arrival of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal aptly named “Independence.” The opening of this terminal gives new freedom to the Eastern European country that has long depended on Russia to meet its energy needs. Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite celebrated this historic achievement, calling it a "strategic geopolitical project that may decide the future of the whole region.”
New Tools Approved by FDA Provide More Hope for Patients with Rare Diseases
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is reportedly gearing up for an internal review of its culture as the agency struggles to manage new safety recalls.
Griffith: Cures is an effort “where we can agree we can make the system better.”