Most cases against Roundup are pending in state courts that do not adopt the Daubert (reliability) standard and Rule 702 of the Federal Rules of Evidence.

Some websites declare everyone has used or been exposed to glyphosate at some point, providing a treasure trove of potentia

Countless articles at the American Council on Science and Health have reported on the studies underlying the regulatory science of glyphosate.  It would be fair to say that our analysis suggested little risk.

We frequently receive requests to comment on specific news stories. These are usually examples of journalists or pundits commenting on subjects they know nothing about and badly misleading their audiences as a result.

During a recent trip to Home Depot, I found myself standing next to another customer in the lawn and garden department. He was attentively looking over a container of the weed killer Roundup. "Isn't this the one that causes cancer?" he asked.

If you want to show that any chemical is dangerous, here's a three-step process that will consistently yield the desired result: 

The Conversation bills itself as a website designed to “Unlock the knowledge of researchers and academics to provide the public with clarity and insight into society’s biggest problems.” Their s

Social media platforms shouldn't be trusted to censor scientific “misinformation.” As we've reported in recent months, such efforts by tech companies like Facebook are crippled by partisanship and double standards.

Spoiler alert – this is not a discussion of whether anyone should be held liable for Roundup or opioids.