A lawsuit over the federal government's lack of Clean Air Act regulations for CAFOs has been dismissed.
A look at some of the claims in the debate and how they compare with the facts.
In one case, a supervisor kept a young female worker drunk and she was in effect paid to have sex, a situation that was common knowledge in the park, according to allegations.
A mild winter and a warm, wet summer have contributed to the good harvest as Russia bounces back from a 2010 drought.
A Senate committee report this weeks details EPA and Corps actions that are eviscerating agricultural exemptions in the Clean Water Act despite the agencies' previous assurances that wouldn't happen under the WOTUS rule.
Ocean Spray Cranberries estimates the 2016 global crop will be the largest ever, adding to a bulging inventory.
U.S. dairy producers continue to increase milk production, which was up nearly 2 percent in August year over year.
Big differences remain over the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, with work needed in all of the 30 chapters the pact will entail.
They’re avoiding the places where they need the most support: predominantly white suburbs.
Clinton says she support the waters of the U.S. rule while Trump says he'll eliminate the rule.
Steps include restoring and protecting sagebrush ecosystems, protecting sage grouse habitat from wildfires and allowing habitat exchanges that let energy companies and others offset damage to sage grouse habitat by financing improvements elsewhere.
The declaration encourages countries to develop plans to cut back on antibiotic use, make better use of vaccines and fund development of new drugs to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR), which currently claims the lives of an estimated 700,000 people...
USDA has invested $6.9 billion in loans and grants over the past eight years across more than 8,000 education and health care facilities.
Palmer amaranth can shoot up as tall as 7 feet, and just one plant produces up to a million seeds.