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Does the FDA's Plan to Regulate New Opioids More Strictly Go Far Enough?
The FDA has a key role to play in combating America's overdose epidemic, but advocacy groups debate whether it's doing enough.
Is Government Regulation Keeping Americans From Getting Addiction Care?
A new major report finds that laws around medication for opioid addiction aren't based in science.
What America's Science Agencies Are Doing About Harassment
Activists are putting the pressure on the federal government to leverage its money against alleged sexual harassers.
Harassment Is Rife in Science Labs—and University Policies Aren't Helping
Meanwhile, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is struggling with its own controversy over whether it properly punishes member harassers.
What a 'Reproducibility Crisis' Committee Found When It Looked at Climate Science
The scientific community is working to make its predictions more accurate, but there's still a long way to go.
Trump Administration Halts Review of Offshore Oil Rig Safety Inspections
The study would have provided the government with recommendations for improvements to its offshore inspection program.