Johnson & Johnson sued in baby powder lawsuit

Baby powder not as safe as one might think On Thursday, a Missouri circuit court ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.69 billion to over twenty women for their baby powder products, which supposedly contained cancer-forming asbestos. The court ruled…
Drug prices on the rise
Untouchable pharma manufacturers Pfizer agreed to halt the increase of its drug prices after President Trump talked with its executives, but that doesn’t mean other companies haven’t been ramping up prices. According to Wells Fargo, in June and the first…
FAA will not regulate airplane seat sizes
Will airplane seats ever stop shrinking? The Federal Aviation Administration announced last Tuesday that it will not establish a minimum width or seat length on airplane. Last year, aviation legislation organization Flyers Rights sued the FAA for having seats that…
3 Adventure YouTubers Die While Swimming Near a Waterfall
The YouTube channel High on Life lost 3 of their creators in a waterfall accident in British Columbia. Megan Scraper, Ryker Gamble, and Alexey Lyakh all lost their lives while filming near a 100-foot waterfall at Shannon Falls, near Squamish…
India plastic ban hits McDonald’s and Starbucks
Plastic policy ramps up in India On Saturday, Maharashtra’s ban on single-use plastic items – including food containers, shopping bags, forks, knives, and straws – came into effect on Saturday. Maharashtra marks the 25th out of 29 states in India to…
Uber hoping to appease London court
Uber victory in London In September, Transport for London did not renew Uber’s license to operate due to its inability to report background checks of its drivers. However, on Tuesday, the court decided to give them a 15-month operating license…