Spain's rural regions become fierce battleground for votes

Apr 22, 2019

Spanish politicians are swapping campaign buses for tractors, buddying up with hunters and inspecting home-grown tomatoes in Spain's often-neglected rural regions as they hunt for votes in Sunday's general election

US wins WTO case against China over grain exports

Apr 18, 2019

In victory for US, WTO rules that China was unfair to U.S. grain producers

Wild bee species critical to pollination on the decline

Apr 18, 2019

A new study has found that more than a dozen wild bee species critical to pollinating fruits and vegetables across New England are on the decline

Scientists spur some activity in brains of slaughtered pigs

Apr 17, 2019

Scientists restored some activity within the brains of pigs that had been slaughtered hours before

With blueberries in trouble, Maine eyes commission overhaul

Apr 16, 2019

Maine lawmakers might try to pump some life into the state's troubled wild blueberry industry by overhauling the commission that promotes the state's most important fruit crop

AP PHOTOS: Easter egg painting tradition alive in Germany

Apr 14, 2019

A small Slavic minority in eastern Germany is keeping alive a long and intricate tradition of hand-painted Easter eggs that's been passed down by families for generations

NOAA: Bryde's whales in Gulf of Mexico are endangered

Apr 12, 2019

Federal scientists say a tiny group of whales in the Gulf of Mexico is endangered, with threats including oil and gas exploration and development

Dairy safety net program expected in June

Apr 9, 2019

A new federal program to help hard-pressed dairy farmers is expected to be up and running in June as farmers undergo their fifth year of low milk prices that have driven thousands out of business

Polish teachers go on indefinite strike at student exam time

Apr 8, 2019

Teachers in Poland go on indefinite nationwide strike seeking higher pay, say governing party has extended help to farmers with pigs and cows but not educators

'Necessity': Those in US illegally push for license to drive

Apr 8, 2019

'It's a necessity': A renewed push across the United States to issue driver's licenses to immigrants in the country illegally resonates with rural workers who say they need to drive

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