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Nearly two dozen women who claimed asbestos in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer were awarded $550 million in damages Thursday by a St. Louis jury in the first case against the company that focused on asbestos in the powder.
ABC: WATCH: Former 'Sesame Street' writer says Bert and Ernie are gay. The show says otherwise.
Los Angeles Times: Appeals court sides with bartenders and waiters in fight over tips
USA Today: President Donald Trump feels 'so badly' for Brett Kavanaugh
USA Today: 76ers coach Brown says team will hire a GM before season
USA Today: Pulisic back to shoot Dortmund to 1-0 win on 20th birthday
USA Today: Whistleblower joins protest over Russia doping decision
Daily Mail: Video: Jose Mourninho leads Man Utd training ahead of Young Boys match
Daily Mail: Video: Farrah Abraham questioned if she's a good mother on Face The Truth
Daily Mail: Ryan Reynolds gets to work on the set of Six Underground for Michael Bay's Netflix thriller
Daily Mail: Gift for birthday boy Pulisic gives Dortmund victory
Daily Mail: Storm Ali set to sweep in with 80mph gales
Daily Mail: Killer, 42, who blamed the 'witches of hell' for making him murder a homeless man is jailed
Daily Mail: Navy: Sailor died in mishap on aircraft carrier flight...
Daily Mail: Balthazar Getty calls Vivica A Fox and show panelists 'old ladies' for Farrah Anrahams criticism
Daily Mail: We've been ripped off! Trump unloads on China and the EU as trade abusers
CNBC: Trade war escalates, stocks surge: Why?
CNBC: Grassley cancels meeting to advance nomination after hearing set for Kavanaugh and his accuser
CTV News: Mobile app will extend phone battery life
CTV News: Harassment and corruption trial of PI firm owners and Calgary businessman underway
CTV News: Barrie man sentenced after shooting dog
CTV News: N.B. hires 'election ambassadors' in bid to generate youth excitement
WashingtonPost: The Smithsonian censored him in 2010. Now, the Whitney is celebrating his grandeur.
FOX: Will a justice delayed be a justice denied?