Hawaii Citizens Beat Monsanto, Bypass ‘Right to Spray’ Pesticides Bill

Residents of the Hawaiian Islands just avoided a bill that would have forced residents to succumb to pesticide spraying without any say.

Former Prime Minister Says Fukushima Almost Destroyed Japan

Five years after the Fukushima meltdowns, Japan’s former Prime Minister Naoto Kan reflects on the ongoing disaster and lack of help from TEPCO.

Senate Approves Bill to Tackle Nation’s Heroin, Opioid Problem

The Senate passed a bill aimed at, among other things, treating heroin- and opioid-abusers rather than punishing them, but there’s no money to fund it.

Medical Marijuana Reaches Key Legislative Approval in Texas

One of the nation’s most restrictive legalization policies for medical marijuana is reaching legislative approval in Texas.

Big Pharma Gets Wounded in China from Slashed Drug Costs

As citizens suffer in China, it seems that drug prices are being slashed where it hurts – in Big Pharma’s collective wallet. Will the price gouging stop?

Why Cornell University Is Accused of a GMO Propaganda Campaign

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is paying Cornell and other universities to promote acceptance of genetic engineering techniques and GMO crops.

Why Did the Senate Ag Committee Just Vote to Take Away our Food Rights?!

You need to know how officials voted this past Tuesday in the hearing for the DARK Act, (Deny Americans the Right to Know) act.

Senator Urges CDC: Study Marijuana, Help End Painkiller Epidemic

Senator Elizabeth Warren urges CDC to study medical marijuana as a means for stopping epidemic of addiction to pharmaceutical narcotics.

Bombshell Lawsuit Links J&J’s Baby Powder to Cancer

A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay damages of $72 million to the family of a woman who died from using products containing talcum powder.

Landmark Report: Glyphosate is Most Heavily Used Herbicide in History

Glyphosate, main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, is the world’s most widely used herbicide, leading to damage across the planet.

Beer Drinkers Hit Coors Beer with Lawsuit for Misleading Advertising

Coors Light drinkers are nonplussed by what they are calling ‘misleading advertising’ in a lawsuit filed against the brewers of one of America’s favorite beers.

Dow Chemical to Pay $835 Million Due to Lost Connection in Supreme Court

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Antonin Scalia has recently passed away, making it a little harder for guilty corporations to get away with slimy tactics.

Is Monsanto Seriously Exempt from ALL Liability Lawsuits for PCB Contamination?

Monsanto just became exempt from ALL financial liability involved with lawsuits and financial settlements related to PCB contamination and cleanup sites.

The FDA Just Failed Women Hurt by Controversial Contraceptive Device

Thousands of women feel that the FDA betrayed them by refusing to take the dangerous Essure contraceptive device off the market.

What Does Obama’s Appointee for Next FDA Commissioner Mean for Us?

What does Robert Califf becoming new commissioner for the Food and Drug Administration mean? It means the FDA has officially been bought by Big Pharma.

French Parliament Writes an Important Law for France’s Food System

France is expected to pass a law requiring its restaurants and state institutions to use in season, organically grown food from local sources.

Medical Marijuana Legalized on Entire Continent of Australia

Lawmakers in Australia have just legalized medical marijuana for the entire country, with a vote made by the Australian Parliament last Wednesday.