After cyclone and cholera, Mozambique now battles hunger

Apr 8, 2019

Mozambique's first disaster was a cyclone. The second has been cholera. Now hunger could be the third.

Montana feels the effects of Trump trade policies

Apr 7, 2019

Montana's agriculture industry is experiencing the negative impacts of Trump trade policies

Japan-bred colt Master Fencer could run in Kentucky Derby

Apr 6, 2019

Master Fencer could become 1st Japan-bred colt to run in Kentucky Derby

Farmer turns his house into relief center in Mozambique

Apr 6, 2019

A farmer who wanted to see how his neighbors had weathered a deadly cyclone turned his farmhouse into a makeshift, but effective center for emergency relief efforts

Feds support tribe's push for only whale hunt in mainland US

Apr 4, 2019

Federal officials are supporting a decadeslong request by a Native American tribe in Washington state to resume what would be the only authorized whale hunts in the mainland U.S.

3 Midwest states demand more power over river after floods

Apr 4, 2019

Three Midwestern Republican governors of states ravaged by recent flooding have demanded more authority over management of the Missouri River system

6 states, DC sue over changes to school lunch rules

Apr 3, 2019

Six states and the District of Columbia have sued the Department of Agriculture, saying it weakened nutritional standards in school breakfasts and lunches when it relaxed the requirements affecting salt and refined grains last year

Conservationists say Greenland salmon harvest still too high

Apr 2, 2019

A conservation group in Maine and Canada says it's concerned about a recent uptick in the harvest of wild Atlantic salmon off of Greenland

Bait crisis could take the steam out of lobster this summer

Mar 31, 2019

Members of the lobster business fear a looming bait crisis could disrupt the industry during a time when lobsters are as plentiful and valuable as ever

Firestone in Liberia pursues drastic layoffs, worrying many

Mar 29, 2019

Firestone in Liberia pursues drastic layoffs at huge rubber plantation, worrying many

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