Nobel Prize-winning economists and world leaders are endorsing a just-published report which seeks to end the drug war, referencing its abject failure.
After Seralini’s GMO toxicity study showed rats getting tumors, a tsunami of outrage unjustly took place. Here are the dirty details on those attacks.
Kellogg, a gigantic food producer, offered to settle a class action consumer fraud lawsuit regarding their ‘natural’ Kashi and Bear Naked cereal brands.
Federal customs agents intercepted a 250-pound batch of hemp seeds bound for Kentucky in a huge case of government interference concerning hemp.
A worker at Fukushima filed a historic lawsuit over radiation exposure, saying TEPCO exposed him to dangerous levels of radiation without his knowledge.
Do we label GMOs, or simply ban them as other countries already have? Can organic crops and GMO crops really coexist? The debate rages on.
Activists in Minnesota are opposing McDonald’s as it’s french fries are suspected of poisoning farm animals and wildlife via massive pesticide exposure.
Last week, lawmakers in Florida approved a cannabis-based treatment using cannabidiol (CBD) for seizures. CBD is a non-psychoactive derivative of marijuana.
Vermont’s governor has now signed a bill into law that will require the labeling of genetically modified foods in Vermont. But lawsuits are to come.
Did you know that there are exceptions as to what is and isn’t allowed in USDA certified organic produce? Check out how the rules recently changed.
It was a remarkable year for marijuana, with the legality of the plant gaining momentum on a global scale. Here are 7 marijuana advancements made in 2013:
Millions of people will be encouraged to dump Monsanto stock this coming Friday, May 9th, to show just how anti-Monsanto they really are.
As a further assault on human rights and sovereignty, Michigan has ruled that local governments can now ban any animal they desire from small family farms.
Here we recap some advances of 2013 in the world of clean energy—advances that work toward a “zero-carbon future”. Those advances include:
Implanted medical microchips will be able to deliver drugs, including routine birth control – all through wireless communications. Expected by 2017.
There are currently 21 states where marijuana is now legal. Here are 9 other states helping the US reach a critical marijuana legalization tipping point.
Parents of seizure-wracked children plan to sit-in at the Governor’s office in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania if Tom Corbett won’t legalize medical marijuana.