A CEO intentionally sells tainted peanut butter, and Volkswagen cheats on emissions tests.
The panelists share their thoughts about a pill designed to treat a lack of sexual desire in women.
The FDA gives the green light to a medication aimed at increasing sexual desire in women.
The panelists weigh in on an FDA policy against allowing sexually active gay men to donate blood.
The federal government launches a multi-pronged attack on Halloween traditions.
Michael Che's safety is jeopardized after he questions the pharmaceutical industry's ethics.
The FDA violates Big Pharma's freedom of tweets, and Ben & Jerry's ice cream becomes GMO-free.
The FDA targets animal antibiotics, and a board game lets families revel in corporate marketing.
A sleep aid has frightening side effects, and a doctor implants metal jewelry in a woman's eye.
If America defaults on its debt, President Obama will just have to pick which programs get funded.
Republicans blame Obama for the shutdown, which everyone agrees is "not a game."
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The government shuts its doors, so Stephen stands in for the FDA.
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