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Jurors: Don't throw out $289M weed killer cancer verdictJurors who found that Roundup weed killer contributed to a school groundskeeper's cancer are urging a San Francisco judge not to throw out the bulk of their $289 million award in his favor
The Associated Press20 minutes ago
FILE - In this Oct. 12, 2015 file photo, Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen looks on before the start of the first quarter of an NBA preseason basketball game against the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City. Allen, billionaire owner of the Trail Blazers and the Seattle Seahawks and Microsoft co-founder, died Monday, Oct. 15, 2018 at age 65. Earlier this month Allen said the cancer he was treated for in 2009, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, had returned.  (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
Microsoft co-founder, philanthropist Paul Allen dies at 65Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates, has died at 65
The Associated Press36 minutes ago
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65
The Seattle Times53 minutes ago
FILE- In this Sept. 12, 2018, file photo Health & Human Services Secretary Alex Azar speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in New York.  In a move announced Monday, Oct. 14, by the industry's largest trade group dozens of drugmakers will start disclosing the prices for U.S. prescription drugs advertised on TV. Azar responded that the industry's announcement is a "small step in the right direction" but the government's plan "will go further." (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)
US wants drug prices in TV ads: 'Patients deserve to know'US wants drug prices included in TV ads: 'Patients deserve to know'
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Voter records offered for sale month ahead of electionsSecurity researchers say an estimated 35 million voter records from 19 U.S. states have been offered for sale on a dark web online forum
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - In this Feb. 5, 2015, file photo, the Anthem logo hangs at the health insurer's corporate headquarters in Indianapolis. Federal officials say the nation’s second-largest health insurer will pay the government a record $16 million to settle potential violations of privacy requirements in a 2015 case that still stands the biggest health care hack in U.S. history.    (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)
Insurer Anthem will pay record $16M for massive data breachInsurer Anthem agrees to pay $16 million in data breach that exposed sensitive information of 79 million people
The Associated Press1 hour ago
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