The Journal of the American Medical Association focuses on for-profit clinics that advertise costly, unproven stem-cell treatments for a variety of conditions, often marketing them as cures or promising vastly improved health.
David Goodall hopes that his premeditated death will send a message to legislators back in his home country, where assisted suicide is illegal at the federal level.
Over two days of questioning in Congress, he revealed he didn't know key details of a 2011 consent decree with the FTC that requires the company to protect user privacy.
Steve Wozniak says he doesn't believe that the social media giant can fix its privacy issues and doesn't think it is going to change its policies "for decades."
Carlos Alvarado, a novelist and former Cabinet member running under the banner of the ruling Citizen Action Party, wins by a wide margin over an evangelical minister.
Trump follows up on his 2017 declaration that he would reverse an Obama-era plan to allow transgender individuals to serve openly.
The law took effect Monday, after it was signed by Gov. Phil Bryant, prompting the state's only abortion clinic to sue, arguing that the law is unconstitutional.
Computers analyze such data to look for patterns that might not be obvious, a technique a whistleblower says was used to learn about individuals and create an information cocoon to change their perceptions about the 2016 election.
The first large-scale, coordinated demonstration is planned for Wednesday when, at the urging of organizers of the Women's March, there will be a 17-minute student walkout, one minute for each of the victims killed in Florida.
Alice Waters: 'Coming to My Senses: The Making of a Counterculture Cook,' Part 2 (Audio and Transcript)
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and Alice Waters continue their conversation about food and the vision behind her legendary restaurant, Chez Panisse.