Google ready to take action against apps that violate safety policies
A University of California study finds that 57 percent of popular Android apps may be illegally tracking children.
At least 15 companies plan to pull sponsorship of Laura Ingraham's show after her controversial tweet mocking Parkland student David Hogg.
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.
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.
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.
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the dangers of using Benadryl or other antihistamines to keep children quiet or to go to sleep.
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay more than $110 million for failing to disclose the risk associated with talc in baby powder; Skydive fail.
ABC News' Charli James talks to Laura Dern about Moms + Social Good, an initiative tackling some of the critical challenges moms and their families face around the world.
Samsung's release of the S8 and S8 Plus is the company's first launch since pulling nearly 2 million Galaxy Note 7s from the market last year after being plagued by reports of batteries overheating.
ABC News' Lesley Messer talks to the folks responsible for bringing you the glamor of the Screen Actors Guild Awards.