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Consumer Bureau Scraps Restrictions on Payday Loans

By Stacy Cowley

Lenders spent years battling planned new rules that they said would gut a short-term lending market that often leaves borrowers trapped in debt.

This Is the Real John Roberts

By Jonathan H. Adler

He is a judicial minimalist who seeks to avoid sweeping decisions with disruptive effects.

9 Hand Sanitizers May Be Toxic, F.D.A. Warns

By Christopher Mele

The warning applies to nine lines of hand sanitizer manufactured in Mexico that contain methanol, or wood alcohol, which can be dangerous, the agency said.

Women With Cancer Awarded Billions in Baby Powder Suit

By Roni Caryn Rabin

An appellate court in Missouri upheld more than $2 billion in damages against Johnson & Johnson, saying the company knew there was asbestos in its baby powder.

Women With Cancer Awarded Billions in Baby Powder Suit

By Roni Caryn Rabin

An appellate court in Missouri upheld more than $2 billion in damages against Johnson & Johnson, saying the company knew there was asbestos in its baby powder.

Women With Cancer Awarded Billions in Baby Powder Suit

By Roni Caryn Rabin

An appellate court in Missouri upheld more than $2 billion in damages against Johnson & Johnson, saying the company knew there was asbestos in its baby powder.

9 Hand Sanitizers May Be Toxic, F.D.A. Warns

By Christopher Mele

The warning applies to nine lines of hand sanitizer manufactured in Mexico that contain methanol, or wood alcohol, which can be dangerous, the agency said.

9 Hand Sanitizers May Be Toxic, F.D.A. Warns

By Christopher Mele

The warning applies to nine lines of hand sanitizer manufactured in Mexico that contain methanol, or wood alcohol, which can be dangerous, the agency said.

Retail Sales Rebounded in May, but the Road Back Is Long

By Michael Corkery and Sapna Maheshwari

The recovery is tentative, and it remains to be seen how the pandemic will change consumer behavior and the shopping experience over the long term.

The Hand-Washing Wars

By Nancy Stearns Bercaw

My father the doctor maintained that hand-washing was our family’s single greatest obligation to one another and to the world. Is there any hope we’ll all keep doing it?

What New York’s Trash Reveals About Life Under Lockdown

By Anne Barnard, Azi Paybarah and Jacob Meschke

New Yorkers seem to be drinking more at home. But they’re also being productive, decluttering and gardening during the pandemic.

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