The U.S. and Japan must set a deal before a final agreement among all the countries can be reached.
The outcome was a defeat for the GOP strategy of trying to overturn Obama’s executive actions
The American Forest Resources Council had argued that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service acted arbit
Democrats said they believe the House eventually will vote on the stand-alone spending measure, which conservatives oppose and President Barack Obama is eager to sign.
Animal advocates have been working to stop horse slaughter in the state. They acknowledged that a federal spending ban on inspectors has effectively put the brakes on the possibility of any horse processing plants opening in New Mexico, but they said the...
The Canadian company that developed a genetically modified apple is being purchased by a U.S. firm. The transaction is to be completed in the first half of this year.
A wolf and a coyote mated nearly 100 years ago. The result: the coywolf.
The 400-acre farm, MI Local Hops, will be larger than most Michigan hops farms, which Michigan State University Extension hops expert Rob Sirrine said typically come in at five to 10 acres.
The designation typically takes lands already owned by the government and walls them off from new mining, roads and power lines.
In the past few years, efforts by a growing fringe of state lawmakers to take over national public lands have surfaced in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming.
The legislation went to the White House for President Barack Obama’s signature, which the president provided just a few minutes before midnight.
Seeds and nuts will top the list of "what's in" when it comes to healthy eating in 2015. Kale, coconut products, Greek yogurt and avocados will also prevail. Consumers are also welcoming fat back into their diets, according to a survey of registered...
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has extended a deadline for farmers to adjust the base acres and yield history of their farms for new programs under the 2014 Farm Bill.
U.S. Wheat Associates says a study shows that the governments of India, China, Turkey, Brazil and Thailand have increased trade-distorting subsidies for wheat, corn and rice production beyond their World Trade Organization agreements.