U.S. President Donald Trump will seek $2.5 billion from Congress to fight the coronavirus epidemic, and U.S. and South Korean militaries are considering scaling back joint training as the virus spreads in Europe and the Middle East.
The U.S. FDA and Department of Defense launched a program to speed up the development of drugs that could be used by military personnel.
Three members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee said Mylan NV appears to have greatly overcharged the military for its lifesaving allergy treatment EpiPen.
The Pentagon is set to announce later on Thursday that it will halt operations at nine labs that handle viruses and bacteria such as anthrax, USA Today reported, citing U.S. defense officials. Officials found procedures at the labs inadequate, USA Today said, and it is unclear how long activities at those locations will be on […]