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The Latest: Lawmaker accused of sexual assault told: Resign
A Kentucky lawmaker who attracted national attention last year when he compared President Barack Obama and his wife to monkeys has been accused of sexual assault
Judge rules Talcum powder case has jurisdiction in St. Louis
A judge has ruled that a St. Louis court has jurisdiction in a lawsuit alleging that Johnson & Johnson products containing talcum powder caused a woman's ovarian cancer
Demetrious Johnson makes UFC-record 11th straight title defense
LAS VEGAS -- One of the most prestigious records in mixed martial arts history fell in style on Saturday at the hands of UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson. Johnson (27-2-1) defended his title for the 11th consecutive time at UFC 216 on Saturday, finishing Ray Borg via armbar at 3:15 of the
Kevin O'Leary of 'Shark Tank' shares his top investing and credit card tips
The businessman and television personality appears live on "GMA" to share his insight into how to best use credit cards and how to get into investing.
Johnson and Johnson ordered to pay $417M to one woman over cancer claims
The pharmaceutical and consumer giant was ordered to pay $417 million to Eva Echeverria, 63, who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using the company's baby powder since she was 11 years old.
Deadly earthquake rattles Italian resort island
Plus, California jury awards $417 million to a woman who claims she developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson and Johnson talc-based products; Big Ben falls silent until 2021.
Ex-DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson defends Obama handling of Russian meddling
Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson today defended the Obama administration’s decision to delay publicly commenting on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election . "We have to carefully consider whether declassifying the information compromises sources and methods,"
Ohio attorney general sues 5 pharmaceutical companies over opioid epidemic
The Ohio attorney general has filed a lawsuit against five leading prescription opioid manufacturers, alleging that the companies intentionally misled patients regarding the risks and benefits of opioid use with fraudulent marketing. Attorney General Mike DeWine accused the companies of leading
Calvin Johnson says he didn't like way Lions treated him on way out
?While there's no real animosity between the longtime star and the franchise, former ? Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson told the Detroit Free Press on Saturday he wasn't completely pleased with how he was treated by the club when he retired in March 2016. When the newspaper asked Johnson about