Bayer Shares Plunge After $289 Million Monsanto Weed Killer Ruling

Bayer Shares Plunge After $289 Million Monsanto Weed Killer Ruling

Bayer took over Monsanto just two months ago and now its shares plunged after a jury ruled that weedkiller Roundup gave a former school groundskeeper terminal cancer. Dewayne Johnson was awarded $289 million in damages. Johnson’s case is one of thousands of other cases that claim the herbicide in Roundup, glyphosate, causes non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. His case was expedited because he is near death. The jury’s decision could set a precedent for the other cases.

FBI Agent Peter Strzok Fired

FBI Agent Peter Strzok Fired

More Americans on Medicare Are Dying at Home Rather Than Hospital

More Americans on Medicare Are Dying at Home Rather Than Hospital