A New Jersey appeals court’s decision to revive two lawsuits accusing Johnson & Johnson’s iconic Baby Powder of causing cancer may lead to the reinstatement of about 1,000 suits targeting the talc-based product.
For serious policing reforms to be approved, state lawmakers will have to resist powerful police unions, overcome potential conflicts created by their donations, and withstand accusations of being considered “soft on crime.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said negotiations on a new virus relief package are making progress, but the two sides still have major differences with their self-imposed Friday deadline for a deal looming.
Children can transmit coronavirus, a Johns Hopkins public health expert will tell a House select subcommittee on the coronavirus, in a challenge to President Donald Trump‘s push to reopen schools in the fall.
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