Mere lying is one thing; silencing the voices of those who disagree is something far more serious and more dangerous
Federal agencies have been subtly controlling the flow of scientific information to the press, even as their media policies preach openness
The Food and Drug Administration, Sarepta and the case of the missing drug data
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been arm-twisting journalists into relinquishing their reportorial independence, our investigation reveals. Other institutions are following suit...
An investigation into some scientific papers finds worrying irregularities
The genetic-testing company's real goal is to hoard your personal data
A recently exposed case of the agency's handling of drugs that reached the market in spite of fraudulent studies is no anomaly. The agency's response mirrors how it handled an earlier instance of scientific misconduct at another contract research organization...
The FDA in 2011 announced years' worth of studies from a major drug research lab were potentially worthless, but it has not pulled any of the compounds from the market nor identified them...
An investigative report about the influence of drug company money on scientific research, which appears in the December 2012 issue, started with a database of publicly available information...
The pharmaceutical industry funnels money to prominent scientists who are doing research that affects its products--and nobody can stop it
There's no way that anyone could pinpoint which baby became the seven billionth person living on Earth. The uncertainties in measurement are simply too huge
Why we shouldn't put our faith in opinion polls
A loophole is found in a popular encryption scheme
Experimental rabbit-killing virus runs amok in Australia