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Dr. Sharfstein is a professor at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins. He was principal deputy commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration from 2009 to 2011.
Can I Ask My Ex to Delete Those Nude Pics?
The magazine's Ethicist columnist on how to make a delicate request without provocation, and more.
What rules the public were following when a No 10 aide organised a lockdown party
On 20 May 2020, the day Boris Johnson's private secretary arranged a lockdown-busting drinks gathering in the garden at No 10 - according to a leaked email - England was under tough Covid-19 restrictions.
In Times Like These, Even a Beached Barge Can Spark Joy
Washed ashore during a fierce November storm, a massive barge has become both a popular sightseeing spot and meme in Vancouver.
BBC licence fee to be frozen at 159 for two years, government confirms
Speaking in the House of Commons on Monday, Ms Dorries said the government could "not justify extra pressure on the wallets of hardworking households".
Downing Street staff 'started boozing at lunch as part of drinking culture'
A long-standing drinking culture in Downing Street saw staff start boozing at lunch and waking up there in the same clothes the next day, a former No 10 official has said.
Ruling finds Title IX liability for actions by nonstudents
Millersville University in Pennsylvania was given prior notice that it could be held liable under Title IX "for its deliberate indifference to known sexual harassment perpetrated by a non-student guest," a federal appeals court ruled last week.
Your Tuesday Briefing
Omicron's effect on the pandemic.
Inmates sue jail over ivermectin treatment for Covid as 'medical experimentation'
Four inmates at an Arkansas jail have filed a lawsuit against the facility and its doctor after they said they were unknowingly prescribed ivermectin to treat Covid-19 as a form of "medical experimentation" despite US health officials warning that the anti-parasitic drug should not be used for that purpose.
Pioli claims referee apologised to Milan but admits his players got it wrong against Spezia - Soccer News
Stefano Pioli has revealed the referee apologised after ruling out what should have been a valid Milan goal in Monday's defeat to Spezia.