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Trump: US, Japan Close to Reaching Trade Deal
WASHINGTON—The United States and Japan may reach a trade deal “fairly quickly” and sign an agreement as early as next month, President Donald Trump said April 26 before his meeting ...
April 28, 2019
Trump Hosts Japan’s Abe at the White House
WASHINGTON—President Trump hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the White House April 26 for a series of ...
April 26, 2019
One Tree, 40 Different Fruits? Syracuse Art Professor Is Changing Gardening Expectations
Sam Van Aken grew up on a family farm in Reading, Pennsylvania, and is now an award-winning contemporary ...
April 8, 2019
Nigerians Are Ordering Pizza Direct From London, Says Government Minister
Affluent Nigerians are getting pizza delivered 4,000 miles from London. Nigerian Agriculture Minister Audu Ogbeh told the Senate ...
April 2, 2019
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China Reportedly Recruiting Taiwanese Agricultural Experts to Serve in Government
TAIPEI, Taiwan—Taiwanese authorities are on high alert after Chinese media reports have surfaced that Taiwanese agricultural experts have ...
March 18, 2019
Prices Jump as Woolworths Phases Out Cheap Milk to Support Dairy Industry
Buying groceries at the store will cost even more as a major supermarket has decided to pull cheap ...
February 17, 2019
Agriculture Remains a Sticking Point to US–EU Trade Deal
WASHINGTON—There is a lack of clarity surrounding the future of a U.S.–EU trade deal as European leaders may ...
January 1, 2019
‘Peasant Baker’ Movement Aims to Revive France’s Traditional Bread Culture
PARIS—Don’t expect to find a regular French baguette at Le Bricheton, one of Paris’s most atypical bakeries. Its ...
December 30, 2018
Breaking New Ground in Small-Scale Farming in Uganda
In Uganda, 70 percent of employment is provided through agriculture and smallholder farming, which occupies half of the ...
December 24, 2018
Future of US–EU Talks Unclear
WASHINGTON—The United States and the European Union are “still continuing with negotiations on all levels,” but there is ...
November 26, 2018
Beyond the Bombast: What Mississippi’s Senate Candidates Promise Constituents
With all but one midterm election decided, national attention has turned to the U.S. Senate runoff race in ...
November 26, 2018
Many Californians Want ‘Compassionate but Legal’ Solution to Illegal Immigration
Nearly one in ten California workers is an illegal immigrant, making California the second-highest state for illegal workers ...
October 16, 2018
China’s Soybean Shortage May Leave Millions of Pigs to Go Hungry
Due to the Sino-US trade war, which has affected China’s soybean imports, the country’s 400 million pigs are ...
October 11, 2018
Trump Accuses China of Using Trade to Target Election, Threatens Retaliation
WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump on Sept. 18 threatened further retaliation against China if Beijing targets U.S. agricultural or ...
September 18, 2018
GM Moths Released in US for First Time: A Major Step for ‘Frankenbugs’
Biotech company Oxitec announced on Sept. 5 that it has started releasing genetically modified (GM) moths in Geneva, ...
September 5, 2017
GMO 2.0: A New Kind of Modified Food Escapes Regulation
A new kind of GMO is going by different names, and largely escaping regulation as it enters grocery ...
May 4, 2017
Oil Drilling Wastewater Used to Irrigate ‘America’s Salad Bowl’
More than half the country's vegetables, fruits, and nuts are grown in California's Central Valley, often called "America's ...
November 27, 2016
Why Beyond Meat’s Founder Is Welcoming Tyson Foods as Investor
And how he is justifying his decision to fellow vegans
October 11, 2016
New Device Could Detect GMOs That Have Escaped Into Environment
Researchers led by Rice University Professor Scott Egan have received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department ...
October 11, 2016
New Generation of Debt-Laden Farmers Must Learn Lessons From the Past
I have farmed for 20 years. To get my start, I received help from my dad in the ...
October 5, 2016
First Bee Species Declared Endangered in US: Impact on Ecosystem and Agriculture
The role of bees in pollinating plants make them an especially integral part of an ecosystem and agriculture. ...
October 3, 2016
Advanced Hydraulic Engineering Made Desertified Peruvian Valleys Livable 1,500 Years Ago
Aqueducts and man-made wells built about 1,500 years ago in Peru by the Nazca people are still in ...
September 11, 2016
Biomass Subsidies Could Intensify Deforestation
Proposed legislation could, if passed, dramatically increase subsidies to America's biomass industry. A slew of concerns comes with ...
August 10, 2016
Dark Earth Could Herald a Bright Future for Agriculture and Climate
Feeding more than seven billion people with minimal environmental and climate impacts is no small feat. That parts ...
July 31, 2016
Triple Creek Farm Struggles to Maintain Land and Legacy
WEST FRIENDSHIP, Md.—Clad in jeans and a salmon, button-down shirt, Teresa Stonesifer stands several feet from Midnight, as ...
June 19, 2016
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Bayer Offers $62 Billion for Monsanto, Takes Hit in Market While Monsanto Soars
German drug and chemicals company Bayer AG announced May 23 that it has made a $62 billion offer to ...
May 23, 2016
New ‘Recipe’ Offers Cooler Way to Make Silica
A new, energy-saving technology produces silica compounds from unlikely materials: rice hulls, antifreeze, and grain alcohol.
January 2, 2016
LIVE UPDATES: First Marchers Arrive in Admiralty, Streets Brimming With People
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Beijing Doubts Hong Kong Leader’s Capabilities After Extradition Bill Fallout
Opposition Mounting Against Hong Kong Leader After Extradition Bill Suspended But Not Withdrawn
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Activists Call for Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam to Resign After She Suspends Extradition Bill
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Hong Kong Leader Suspends Extradition Bill, Opponents Want Full Withdrawal
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Trump’s Administration Finalizes Health Care Rule
Congress Holds Hearing to Mark 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre
This Officer Is Too Scared to Pick Up This Snapping Turtle
Family Surprises Active Duty Military Dad For His Birthday
Dad Gets a Corvette He Always Wanted, His Reaction Is Priceless