23andMe made its name in direct-to-consumer ancestry tests; now it plans to use the data it’s collected to help pharma companies develop new drugs.
Ed Asner may hate spunk, but he loves the First Amendment.
The administrator of the ultra-Orthodox village earns more than all but three other government employees in a three-county area in New York.
“The fact that hateful terms were even offered as options was totally inappropriate and a fail on our part,” Facebook’s CEO wrote.
Mara Getz Sheftel and husband Rabbi Josh Wineberg are assisting a refugee mother and daughter from Eritrea.
At his hearing, Weiner referred to himself as “a very sick man.”
Israeli actress Gal Gadot, known the world over as Wonder Woman, will host Saturday Night Live.
“We don’t know how to say no,” said one woman. “And we don’t know what is right and wrong.”6
President Trump had severely criticized Hillary Clinton for using a private email server for official business.
Komar allegedly admitted to having “a large library of child pornography” encompassing “thousands of images and videos.”
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