Six people spent that time living in a dome on a rocky volcanic plain on the island of Hawaii. The NASA-funded experiment was meant to simulate a long-term settlement on Mars.
Mylan's move comes amid pressure from consumers and Congress to lower the allergy drug's price. In less than 10 years, the price has risen from about $100 to more than $600 for an injector two-pack.
"33 'God,'" from the upcoming album 22, A Million, starts as a dewy piano ballad before erupting into a disjointed, drum-and-bass-heavy strutter.
Impeachment proceedings against Brazil's suspended president are nearing an end. The final vote is widely expected to result in Rousseff's ouster. But first, she's delivering a dramatic address.
Also: Donald Trump says he'll give an immigration speech this week; a tropical depression builds off Florida's Gulf coast; and scientists finish a year in a dome on Hawaii, testing Mars conditions.
Investigators say the perpetrators rammed a car through a gate at Belgium's national crime institute and then set a fire in the lab.
The bombing struck the southern city of Aden, the temporary home of Yemen's government. An ISIS-affiliated news outlet says the attack targeted a military recruitment center.
We should be wary of declaring some people better or more brilliant scientists when our basis for doing so is, to a large extent, grounded in factors outside their control, says Tania Lombrozo.
The British network shut down for one hour Saturday morning. It was part of a national event aimed at boosting Britons' fitness levels. Some claimed the blackout was the network's finest programming.
A new translation of the 14th century Egyptian scholar Shihab al-Din al-Nuwayri's magnum opus, The Ultimate Ambition in the Arts of Erudition, is a priceless glimpse at the medieval Muslim world.
When the British Olympic team landed back after Rio, they quickly realized at baggage claim that their patriotism had a downside. There were rows of bright red suitcases.
Federal audits of 37 Medicare Advantage health plans cited 35 for overbilling the government. Many plans, for example, claimed patients with depression or diabetes were sicker than they actually were.
Renee Montagne talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Jonah Goldberg, senior editor at the National Review and a columnist for the Los Angeles Times.
Tennis matches get started on Monday at the U.S. Open in New York. Renee Montagne talks to Courtney Nguyen, senior writer at WTA Insider, who offers a preview on what to look for.
A small suburb of Damascus that was a symbol of resistance is no more. Daraya is all but a ghost town. After years of opposition to the Syrian regime, fighters and civilians are allowed to leave.
In North Carolina's capital Raleigh, sparks have been flying between scientists and politicians over possible carcinogens in the public water supply, from nearby coal ash pits. The state's top epidemiologist quit earlier this month, angry over the way the administration attacked her colleague in the press.
U.S. drivers are set to break a 2007 record for gasoline consumption. With relatively low gas prices, Americans are driving more and buying bigger vehicles again.
David Greene talks to Washington Post Cairo Bureau Chief Sudarsan Raghavan about how the Islamic State is pushing to expand its self-proclaimed caliphate to Libya.
The law in Italy provides primary homeowners special funds to make dwellings safer in the event of a quake. But it doesn't apply to second homes. The majority of homes in Amatrice were second homes.
Suspended president Dilma Rousseff testifies Monday before lawmakers in the trial over her alleged fiscal mismanagement and corruption. She's accused of making the economy look better than it was