The non-governmental organization MoveOn.org has made a large donation to support Vermont’s decision to force companies to label genetically modified foods.
Has someone tampered with Ohio’s drinking water? More than 400,000 people have been warned not to drink tap water as a State of Emergency has been declared.
A new poll indicates support for medical cannabis is holding steady at 88 percent in Florida, so the bill going to voters in November is likely to pass.
A food safety scare erupted this past weekend in China as television reports showed staff at a meat-supplier using long-expired meat products.
China halted some U.S. grain imports that amount to hundreds of thousands of tons per month due to fears that genetically modified grains will sneak on in.
A ballot initiative coming to San Francisco in November would put a 2 cent tax on every ounce of soda or sugary beverage sold, generating millions yearly.
This November, Oregon voters will decide whether or not to join Washington and Colorado in legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
Doctors, scientists, and business leaders are urging politicians to reject the latest toxic atrocity, Enlist Duo, an herbicide mix of 2,4-D and glyphosate.
Beer, wine, and other alcoholic drinks are not required to be labeled, but this could change soon as GMO labeling laws come to light under state pressure.
Corn simply isn’t what it used to be. In fact, most of it is now genetically modified. Here are 5 hidden ingredients that can be found in GMO corn.
A Stanford professor says the loss and decline of animals is contributing to what seems to be the beginning of Earth’s 6th mass biological extinction event.
The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the rampant misuse of antibiotics on factory farms can continue, keeping animals and humans in danger.
This year, thousands of protestors gathered outside the meeting at McDonald’s headquarters, calling for higher wages, more food transparency, and more.
The EPA denied an emergency request from Texas to use toxic propazine to kill the resistant superweeds, for once protecting people from more biotech poison.
Wild monkeys exposed to Fukushima’s radiation are showing alarming changes in their blood composition as well as a compromised immune system.
One government agency has come to its senses, agreeing to eliminate bee and butterfly-toxic neonicotinoids in the Pacific Region of the NW Wildlife Refuges.
The state of Michigan decided to direct its minimal resources to crack-down on a few small food co-ops in the city of Standish for offering farm-fresh food.