Turing Pharmaceuticals announced it would roll back the initial 5,000 percent price increase of the toxoplasmosis-fighting pill Daraprim after intense public outcry.
The U.S. Federal Reserve decided on Sept. 17 to delay raising interest rates.
American high school student Anurudh Ganesan took home the LEGO Education Builder Award for inventing a new method of transporting vaccines.
Pope Francis made his first visit to the U.S. on Sept. 22.
In Florida, an invasive fruit fly is destroying crops, and could potentially cause the loss of $700 billion worth of crops.
Ohio Department of Health reports an increase in overdoses caused by a drug called Fentanyl.
On Sept. 25, House Speaker John Boehner announced he would resign at the end of October.
Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban pay-to-play fees for school districts.
In Yellow Springs, the seventeenth annual Blues, Jazz & Gospel Fest took place over the weekend (Sept. 24-26).
Brazil recently experienced continued financial woes, as their currency further devalued, inflation rose to 10 percent, unemployment sharply rose and its central bank forecast a recession in the near future.
Volkswagen is at the center of investigations after it was revealed the company added software to its cars that concealed their true emissions.