The Antiquities Act of 1906 authorizes the president to declare federal lands of historic or scientific value to be “national monuments” and restrict how the lands can be used.
Robert Lighthizer will take his cues from a president who has broken with most Republicans in his criticism of free trade agreements.
A federal jury in Las Vegas found two gunmen guilty of some charges in a 2014 armed standoff that st
The Trump administration is moving to impose a 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber entering the United States from Canada, escalating an intensifying trade dispute between the two countries
The Senate has confirmed former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary
The first lawsuit out of tens of thousands across the U.S. is about to go to trial against Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta over its decision to put a genetically engineered corn variety onto the U.S. market before China approved it
Potatoes are worth $7.4 billion to the state’s economy each year.
Farming uses a higher percentage of illegal labor than any other U.S. industry, and that's sparking worry about what will happen if the Trump administration presses ahead with its crackdown on immigrants in the country illegally
The spittlebug has been found at two ranches in Kona since September, including one property that had about 2,000 acres of damaged pasture.
Many workers used to be willing. But a few years ago, they started to move to other labor-intensive industries like oil fields or construction.
All poultry exhibitions, shows, sales, swaps and meets in the State of Georgia are permitted to return back to normal operation.
The companies asked the administration “to set aside” the results of government studies the companies contend are fundamentally flawed.
Louisiana Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain has halted the sale of Kaput over worries that black bears will be killed.
Hawaii environmentalists continue to push for state regulations on pesticide despite state lawmakers' hesitance