The Roundup lawsuit involves legal actions against Monsanto (now owned by Bayer) regarding their glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup. Plaintiffs allege that exposure to Roundup has led to an increased risk of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma and other health issues. Lawsuits contend that Monsanto failed to provide sufficient warnings about the potential health risks associated with Roundup use and that they manipulated research findings to downplay the herbicide's dangers. Plaintiffs seek compensation for medical costs, pain, suffering, and other damages. The Roundup lawsuits raise concerns about the safety of widely used herbicides, the role of large corporations in influencing research and public perception, and the responsibility of companies to prioritize consumer safety. These legal actions have significant implications for the agriculture and chemical industries, as well as public health and consumer rights. Below you will find a collection of news articles on this topic.