Shkreli insisted that his company "needed to turn a profit on the drug" despite the pill costing less than a dollar to manufacture, and said it was not his fault if people who needed the drug could no longer afford it.
The Wisconsin governor’s announcement comes just hours after a poll showed that he had the support of less than 1 percent of likely Republicans voters.
As many as 32 people were reportedly killed in an attack on a rebel-held part of the city by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces.
The pope’s visit to Cuba on his way to the US is the latest sign of increasingly friendly relations between the island nation's Communist government and the Vatican.
Among the nearly 200 recommendations made in the Ferguson Commission's report is one calling for training and accountability standards in the media.
There are 92 municipalities, 82 municipal courts, and 58 police departments in St. Louis County, but consolidating the chaotic hodgepodge is easier said than done.
Australia's coal industry launched this week a media campaign with the hashtag #coalisamazing, which was quickly ridiculed online.
In the past several weeks there has been a rise of creative efforts by private citizens to rescue, resettle and offer other ways to help the thousands of people arriving at Europe's borders every day.
A class-action lawsuit in California could force Uber to reclassify some of its workforce as employees instead of contractors, which may in turn send a ripple felt by other businesses.
There are major logistical constraints that prevent women from participating in elections, signaling the deeper inequality that remains between men and women in the country.
The NRA and two other pro-gun groups are challenging a Seattle law that taxes firearms sellers in order to raise money for efforts to prevent gun violence.
Women in Saudi Arabia will be exercising their right to vote for the first time in upcoming municipal elections.
Heavy rains, low wages, high debt, and government destruction of farmland all add up to an increasingly desperate situation for India's farmers.
The corrections department said that every medical expert who examined the case testified that "this surgery is medically necessary."
Silencers have long been associated with gangsters and assassins, but a Boy Scouts camp in Maine says the devices protect hearing and allow others to peacefully enjoy the woods near their shooting range.
The Indian government reversed a short-lived ban on pornographic websites after sparking widespread criticism.
The footage shows a third-grader crying out in pain as a Kentucky sheriff’s deputy pulls the boy’s arms behind his back and places handcuffs on his biceps.
The president unveiled the White House's strongest ever plan to combat climate change on Monday.
A report suggests that methamphetamine is increasingly becoming a weight loss drug of choice among a select few within North Korea.
Trial Begins in the 2013 Police Killing of Black Man Who Sought Help After Car Accident in North Carolina
Jonathan Ferrell had wrecked his car and knocked on a door at a nearby house at 2:30am. The owner of the home called police, and one of the responding officers shot Ferrell 10 times.