A morally just world would have no pets, no aquaria, no zoos. No fields of sheep, no barns of cows. That’s true animal rights
The state has been chipping away at greenhouse gas emissions in recent years.
These easy organizational tweaks will make healthy eating second nature.
The figures are in as Britain becomes the first place in the world to collect comprehensive data about the gender pay gap
U.S. lawmakers and the farm industry were skeptical of the Trump administration’s promise to shield farmers from the rapidly escalating trade dispute between the United States and China, concerned about the lack of details in protecting the U.S. agricultural export sector now embroiled in the back-and-forth.
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Among the list of 128 products that China announced this week are now subject to a tariff are American-made wines.
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The Trump administration's trade dispute with Beijing could slam U.S. retailers if tariffs are implemented and lead to higher prices or a shortage of merchandise.
Trump to Iowa: You’ll have to suffer while I force Xi Jinping to give in.
After a year of scorching revenue gains, teen-centric retailer Five Below now faces questions on whether there's life beyond trendy fidget spinners.
There are 4,000 types of native bees in North America, including species that secrete silk and others that build tiny towers.
The beleaguered grocery sector faces a new threat: the possible loss of tens of billions of dollars of spending by low-income shoppers.
"We need to think of our social media posts as tiny little stories that can be self-contained."
U.S. President Donald Trump has temporarily excluded six countries, including Canada and Mexico, and European Union states from higher U.S. import duties on steel and aluminum meant to come into effect on Friday.
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Lincoln Caplan writes on a Wisconsin case that illustrates the toxic combination of private influence in elections and the politicization of courts.
In sign of thawing ties, rare concert in Pyongyang features popular song 'Our wish is unification'
Pollster estimates 70% of public rejects granting residency to the 40,000 migrants; especially opposed are residents of south Tel Aviv and religious Zionists, for different reasons
Olivier Nduhungirehe says his government not at all familiar with the Israeli NGO, adds that suggesting a foreign organization could sway his nation's policies was preposterous
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1 Facebook secretly deleted messages written by Mark Zuckerberg and other senior executives from the inboxes of former employees and other contacts. It appears that Facebook feared further leaks after old messages from the company’s co-founder surfaced, calling users “dumb f****” for trusting him
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U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley pledged on Tuesday to raise the problem of drug trafficking at the United Nations after visiting Honduras and Guatemala this week and appeared to finesse a threat made by President Donald Trump to cut aid over the flow of drugs into the United States.
Costco announces grocery delivery options, including same-day delivery through Instacart. Goods sold at Costco stores will be priced lower than those same goods sold for delivery, Costco said.
Wal-Mart is working with Google to offer hundreds of thousands of items for voice-activated shopping through Google Assistant, beefing up its competition with Amazon.
A new Pew Research Center report shows more Mexicans left the U.S. than came here during the Obama administration.
Sexual and gender-based violence by gangs, particularly against girls, have been a major driver of Central American youths from the region, a group that protects immigrant children reported Thursday.
A court may have ruled against New York’s supersized soda ban, but many prominent nutrition experts applaud any effort to limit how many sugary drinks Americans gulp down.“There is really very clear evidence now that soft drinks are related to weight gain and obesity and, most certainly, diabetes,” says Dr. Walter Willett, a nutrition expert at the Harvard School of Public Health.
The deal, if it goes through, marks a pursuit of big data across industries.
Get into a conversation with Moto/iNG chef/owner Homaro Cantu, and in a tone that's both buoyant and matter-of-fact, he'll drop such nuggets as: "With a little more tweaking, we could make orange juice in the orange without any packaging or processing." And: "If you could eat portions of...
South Korean court sentences Lee Jae-yong over role in scandal that led to impeachment of former president Park Guen-hye
Once upon a time, we started subsidizing agriculture.
Farm groups pleaded with the Trump administration to back away from a trade conflict with China that will hit key states hard.
The Trump administration is pushing for a preliminary Nafta deal to announce at a summit in Peru next week, according to three people familiar with the talks.
Home sales in Manhattan plunged by the most since the recession as buyers at all price levels drove hard bargains and were in no rush to close deals.
Vicente Del Rio was an accountant from Mexico who couldn't find quality Mexican cuisine in Los Angeles, so he opened Frida in 2002. Now his restaurant group has grown to eight locations — soon to be nine — and nearly 300 employees.
Christmas tree prices have risen by double-digit percentages for the second straight year. The reasons dates all the way back to the recession, when growers started planting fewer trees. Other growers have switched to other crops, so prices will continue to soar.
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A whistleblower has raised some concerns over e-commerce practices at the company.
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Tariffs could severely hurt the bottom lines of farmers and ranchers across the country.