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Bayer gets help from Donald Trump as US regulators veto warnings its Roundup weedkiller causes cancer
The German pharmaceuticals giant faces thousands of Roundup lawsuits and has already lost three high-profile cases.
A judge just massively cut a $2 billion jury payout to a couple who claimed Bayer’s Roundup weedkiller caused their cancer
Bayer, facing lawsuits from more than 13,000 farmers, landscapers, and gardeners, has successfully reduced three jury awards in the past year.
A ‘Chef’s Table’ star unveiled a purple pea that has people ‘flipping out’ over the flavor. It could represent a future ...
Barber said the food system is "rigged" in favor of big seed companies, four of which control more than 60% of the world's seed sales.
Bayer is rallying after a judge slashed a payout over its cancer-linked Roundup weed killer by $55 million
Shares in the pharmaceuticals giant climbed as much as 3% on the news.
The EPA says a chemical in Monsanto’s weed-killer doesn’t cause cancer — but there’s compelling evidence the agency is wrong
The weed-killer glyphosate is a contentious chemical. Agencies dispute whether it causes cancer in humans, but we have some evidence that it does.
An environmental watchdog found traces of weed-killer in Cheerios and Nature Valley products. Here’s how worried you should be.
Eating Cheerios or Nature Valley bars isn't likely to harm your health. The bigger safety concern is the spraying of weed-killers like Roundup.
The weed-killing chemical at the heart of a $2 billion lawsuit may be linked to damaging fatty liver disease in humans
Monsanto's popular weed-killer was linked to fatty liver disease following a court case that associated the product with cancer.
A jury says that a common weed-killer chemical at the heart of a $2 billion lawsuit contributed to a husband and wife’s cancer
A federal jury says that Roundup was a "substantial factor" in causing a man's cancer.
The weed-killing chemical involved in a Monsanto lawsuit was found in Cheerios and Quaker Oats products. Here’s how worried you should be.
Environmental Working Group tests generated fresh concerns about the presence of glyphosate in breakfast foods.
The weed-killing chemical in a Monsanto lawsuit was found in beer and wine. Here’s how worried you should be.
A new report suggests that certain beers and wines contain traces of glyphosate, a weed-killing chemical that's been linked to cancer.