Congress has restored funding for US inspectors to oversee horse slaughter, paving the way for slaughter and processing to resume for the first time since 2006. Animal rights groups are livid.
Invasive species are ones that don't naturally occur in an area and may have detrimental effects. Here are some eradication success stories. Sources: Global Invasive Species Database, International Union for Conservation of Nature, National Cotton Council, US Dept. of Agriculture
Two 45-pound turkeys, named Liberty and Peace, got a presidential Thanksgiving pardon today.
We can't make the choice for you. But here are some arguments that can help you choose between green bean casserole and sweet potato casserole as part of your Thanksgiving dinner.
Ricin terror plot: Federal agents raided four men's homes Tuesday and arrested them on charges of conspiring to plan the attacks.
As grasslands diminish on prairies and savannas around the world, an innovative ranching technique that reverses the environmental damage of desertification makes its way to the US.
Listeria-related deaths in the US from tainted cantaloupes have raised concern about America's food chain. While problems remain, there have also been improvements, experts say.
Rural grocery stores are being reinvented by town councils, coops, even high school students. When