Californian jury orders Johnson & Johnson to compensate Eva Echeverria, who claims her cancer was linked to using talc genitally
A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to pay $417m (£323m) to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using the company’s talc-based products like Johnson’s Baby Powder for feminine hygiene.
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NBC isn't the only major US broadcaster hopping on the Snapchat daily news show bandwagon. CNN has launched The Update, a survey of events that will run in the Shows section of Snapchat's Stories at 6PM Eastern. Each regular episode will cover five…
Do you still have a Chromebook Pixel-shaped hole in your heart months after Google pulled the plug? Good news — Google might be bringing it back. A source speaking to Android Police claims that a "Pixel-branded Chromebook" will launch alongside the…
Authorities identified Nathaniel ‘Nate’ Richmond, father of Ma’Lik Richmond, as gunman who shot and wounded Jefferson County Judge Joseph Bruzzese Jr
The man who shot and wounded a judge outside a county courthouse before being shot dead by a probation officer was the father of a Steubenville High School football player who was convicted of rape in 2013, authorities said on Monday.
Jefferson County Judge Joseph Bruzzese Jr was shot at around 8am near the courthouse in Steubenville, just across the Ohio River from West Virginia’s northern panhandle, roughly 30 miles west of Pittsburgh.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board will vote at a Sept. 12 hearing on the probable cause of a May 2016 crash that killed a man using the semi-autonomous driving system on his Tesla Model S sedan, the agency said on Monday.
Game of Thrones continues to deliver the big pay-offs and even bigger repercussions. So grab your dragonglass and join your Westerosi correspondents north of the Wall for this week’s chat.
But a new Washington Post-ABC News survey shows little change in the president’s overall rating.
Though the Montana congressman wasn’t arrested for punching a Guardian reporter, he will undergo customary booking process, after losing a bid to avoid it
Greg Gianforte, a Montana representative, has lost his bid to avoid being booked, photographed and fingerprinted for assaulting Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs the day before he was elected in May.
A mugshot would likely be used against Gianforte when he runs for re-election in the 2018 midterm election.
Today’s solar eclipse over the US was a primal and quasi-religious experience for some. If you want that feeling for yourself, here’s where to go.
Lebanon’s Interior Minister says the country’s police intelligence helped Australia foil a plot to bring down a passenger plane with an improvised bomb, which sparked police raids and led to four arrests late last month.