Johnson & Johnson Faces 5,000 Lawsuits Over Baby Powder
But does using talcum powder really cause ovarian cancer?
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Obama vows retaliation for Russian election hacking, the Syrian government suspends the evacuation of Aleppo, Trump's new Israeli ambassador wants to move the embassy to Jerusalem, and more.
Canada Is Finally Banning Deadly Asbestos
But will Donald Trump’s EPA follow suit?
The EPA Will Begin Regulating These 10 Chemicals as Potentially Toxic
Asbestos makes the list, but the others are less well known. And the big question remains: will the agency be able to keep doing this under President Trump?
Growing Up In Canada’s ‘Chemical Valley’ Convinced Me We Need to Ban Asbestos
The toxic fiber casts a dark shadow.
Why the Deadly Asbestos Industry Is Still Alive and Well
VICE reporter Milène Larsson investigates why the deadly industry of mining and selling asbestos—a known carcinogen that kills more than 100,000 people a year—is still going strong.
Concordia University Commissioned an Asbestos Report Written by a Former Asbestos PR Consultant
The university has pulled the paper from the website, but critics say it shows big business has taken over academics.
Photos of a Former Asbestos Mining Town That's Lost Its Identity
Asbestos, Quebec, was once home to the largest asbestos mine in the world.
Visiting the Deadly Shipbreaking Yards of Bangladesh
Bangladesh's shipbreaking industry poses threats to the environment and its workers' lives, but it makes a lot of money. Workers dream of escaping, but it's almost impossible to get out.