"For me, the epiphany in all of this is that I shifted from wanting to die quickly to wanting to enjoy this last phase. I want to carry the torch into that last phase and say ‘My gosh, look what I’m discovering. It’s beautiful.'"
The right of working journalists to do their jobs should not be up for debate when a new administration takes office (or at any other time). But it disturbingly seems to be, writes NPR Senior Vice President Michael Oreskes.
Today’s headlines with NPR’s Korva Coleman. Orlando shooter’s wife Noor Salman is arrested on federal charges. Plus, the search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is suspended after almost three years. Have a question? Post it in the comments.
Some blockbuster drugs -- like Humira, Gleevec, Crestor and Abilify -- have won orphan status, giving their makers extra years of exclusive marketing rights and the ability to set prices as high as they want.