IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.

Adiel Kaplan

Adiel Kaplan is a reporter with the NBC News Investigative Unit.

Adiel Kaplan is a reporter with the NBC News Investigative Unit.

Latest from Adiel Kaplan

46d ago

Corporations try to kill Oklahoma rule that aims to keep medicine by mail from getting too hot or too cold

A proposed state rule in Oklahoma could have major implications for millions of Americans who get prescription drugs by mail. Industry groups are trying stop it
128d ago

Oklahoma proposes landmark rule to keep mailed medications safe from extreme temperatures

Patients who get their prescription medications by mail in Oklahoma may soon have better protections for the safety of those drugs than any other state.
149d ago

Walgreens will stop judging its pharmacy staffers by how fast they work

Walgreens will no longer use metrics to evaluate pharmacy staff, amid industry-wide complaints that pressure to meet targets leads to mistakes and burnout.
153d ago

America's cars and trucks are getting bigger, and so are their front blind zones. Children are paying the price.

As Americans drive more large SUVs and pickup trucks with big front blind zones, deaths of children hit in driveways and parking lots are rising.

VA performs its first abortion weeks after saying it would in certain cases

The Veterans Affairs medical system performed its first abortion, weeks after an interim final rule was announced that allowed it to provide the service in

VA will now provide abortions in cases of rape, incest or medical danger

The VA medical system will provide access to abortions when the health of a beneficiary is endangered by pregnancy or the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest.

Ryan Zinke knowingly misled federal investigators as interior secretary, inspector general finds

Ryan Zinke and his chief of staff “knowingly provided incorrect, incomplete, and misleading answers” to investigators, the Interior Inspector General found.

How self-pay pharmacies can save customers hundreds of dollars a month

For years, Sharon Kitchen and her husband, Mike, went to the same pharmacy just 2 miles from their house in this suburb of Columbus.
219d ago

Frustrated pharmacists are opting out of the insurance system, saving some customers hundreds of dollars a month

By opting out of the insurance system, cash pharmacies sell common drugs without inflated prices. Consumers say they are reaping the benefits.

The Forest Service is overstating its wildfire prevention progress to Congress despite decades of warnings not to

The Forest Service's tallies of work to reduce fire fuel can count the same spot six times, meaning far less land than reported is protected from damaging fire.

‘Sending drivers out to die’: UPS workers demand heat safety amid record temps

UPS employees and union leaders say this year more workers seem to be getting sick and been hospitalized because of the heat than ever before.