The verdict represents the third time a California jury has decided in favor of consumers who claimed their cancer was caused by the glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer. Continue Reading California Jury Awards $2 Billion To Couple In Roundup Weed Killer Cancer Trial
Swedish prosecutors will file a European arrest warrant for the WikiLeaks founder. They had idled the case while Assange was holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Continue Reading Sweden Reopens Inquiry Into Julian Assange Over Rape Allegations
Fleming Begaye Sr., one of the last remaining Navajo Code Talkers from World War II, has died at the age of 97. Begaye died Friday in Chinle, Ariz., according to a statement from the Navajo Nation. The group’s president, Jonathan Nez, called him a “brave and selfless” warrior. Continue Reading World War II Veteran And Navajo Code Talker Fleming Begaye Sr. Dies At 97
Manning is due to return to federal court on May 16. Despite an offer of immunity, she has refused to answer questions about WikiLeaks, saying she already has shared everything she knows. Continue Reading Chelsea Manning Is Freed From Jail, Faces New Subpoena In WikiLeaks Case
“Short of murder, stealing material is the worst thing any comic can be accused of,” O’Brien writes. The case was due to go to a jury trial within weeks. Continue Reading Conan O’Brien Settles Joke Theft Lawsuit — And Makes Fun Of NPR’s New Music
The Russian agent gave an interview to NPR from the detention center where she has been in custody since last summer. She denies being a spy or taking part in election interference. Continue Reading Maria Butina Says She Was ‘Building Peace.’ That’s Not How The Feds See It
Alexander Torshin and Maria Butina met in 2015 with top leaders in the Treasury Department and Federal Reserve, according to materials obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. Continue Reading Exclusive: Documents Detail Meetings Of Russians With Treasury, Federal Reserve
Daniel Everette Hale of Nashville, Tenn., could face up to 50 years in prison if he’s convicted. He’s accused of printing dozens of documents — including 11 that were marked as secret or top secret. Continue Reading U.S. Charges Former Intelligence Analyst With Leaking Classified Data To Reporter
The papal decree also sets up new procedures to hold more-senior church authorities such as bishops accountable for committing abuse or for covering up the crimes of others. Continue Reading Pope Francis Issues Rules Requiring Priests And Nuns To Report Abuse
If the Trump administration follows through with its plan to hike tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports at midnight Friday, it would likely hurt not only China’s economy but American consumers and businesses, too. Continue Reading Who Would Pay For President Trump’s New Tariff Hike?
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, site of the nation’s worst nuclear accident, will shut down by the end of September. Backers failed to secure subsidies to keep the plant operating. Continue Reading Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant To Close, Latest Symbol Of Struggling Industry
In some places, homes and businesses in what’s known as the 100-year flood plain have been hit by multiple floods in a matter of weeks. When these sorts of floods happen back to back, many residents might start to wonder: Why are they even called 100-year floods? Continue Reading When ‘1-In-100-Year’ Floods Happen Often, What Should You Call Them?