Agriculture

Court fight could affect future of bison in Montana

Jun 5, 2019

The Democratic governor of Montana who is running for president and the Republican secretary of state who wants his job are locked in a constitutional dispute over a measure that could hamper future efforts to allow bison to roam freely in the state

Satellite images show crops on fire in Syria rebel enclave

May 28, 2019

New satellite photos show damage to Syrian villages, farmland amid government offensive on last rebel stronghold

Army Corps approves $778M plan to block Asian carp advance

May 24, 2019

The Army Corps of Engineers' commanding officer has endorsed a $778 million plan for upgrading a lock-and-dam complex near Chicago to prevent Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes

Senate GOP leader would raise age for buying tobacco to 21

May 20, 2019

The Senate's top Republican is introducing legislation to raise the minimum age for purchasing tobacco from 18 to 21

South Korea vows to send aid to North quickly, may send food

May 20, 2019

South Korea has vowed to move quickly on plans to provide $8 million worth of medical and nutritional aid for North Korean children and is also considering sending broader food aid to the country, which says it's suffering its worst drought in decades

Trump's 'great patriot' farmers follow him into a trade war

May 19, 2019

While the prolonged trade fight with China has been devastating to an already-struggling agriculture industry, there's little indication Trump is paying a political price

The Latest: Mexico industry group hails tariff agreement

May 17, 2019

Mexico's National Chamber of the Iron and Steel Industry is congratulating the country's officials on the agreement reached with the United States on ending steel and aluminum tariffs

Hong Kong reports African swine fever case

May 11, 2019

A case of African swine fever has been detected in a Hong Kong slaughterhouse, forcing the culling of all 6,000 pigs at the facility

Cuba launches widespread rationing in face of crisis

May 11, 2019

The Cuban government says it will begin rationing chicken, eggs, rice, beans, soap and other basic products in the face of a grave economic crisis

Hungary stems migrant flow, but issue remains big in EU vote

May 10, 2019

Hungary has stemmed the flow of migrants into the country compared to 2015, but the issue is still dominating the campaign for the European Parliament election

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