Members of the European Parliament are pushing hard for a ban on cloning animals for use in food, while the U.S. has embraced such questionable food.
Due to ‘disappointing yields and poor quality cotton fiber,” the country of Burkina Faso in West Africa is ditching Monsanto’s genetically modified cotton.
Monsanto, the U.S. biotech corporation that everyone loves to hate, is the target of Neil Young, one of the top composers of protest music of his generation.
A new ‘Ag-Gag’ bill being introduced in North Carolina would essentially protect animal cruelty by punishing those who try to expose these cruel practices.
Who are the real owners and top shareholders of Monsanto? You may be shocked to discover how only a handful of investment funds are pulling the strings.
Is marijuana legalization in the US about to happen? It seems with the action on Capitol Hill lately, that the war on marijuana is about to finally cease.
Hungary could be the first nation to ban the cultivation of genetically modified crops under the new European Union regulations.
Baby formula maker Abbot Laboratories (who makes Similac) may soon have to pay $5 million in damages for falsely claiming that one of its baby formulas is organic.
The same laws that were on the books in 1619 could be revived to inspire the growth of medical marijuana as well as hemp plants – which have countless uses.
A federal judge decided to uphold Jackson County, Oregon’s ban on genetically engineered crops after two alfalfa farms requested that the ban be blocked.
McDonald’s has publicly declared an answer to losing money month after month: it will completely stop telling us just how much it is really losing.
Hillary Clinton has a new name in Iowa. Due to her support for GMOs and Big Biotech, people are now appropriately calling her Bride of Frankenfood.
Sri Lanka’s newly elected president has announced that the import of Monsanto’s favorite killing-tool, glyphosate, will no longer be allowed in the country.
Hillary Clinton is becoming known as the presidential candidate that will push genetically modified foods and biotech creations through faster than ever.
Efforts to publicize a class action lawsuit against Monsanto for false advertising it’s best-selling herbicide Roundup have been rejected by the media.
In a recent, potentially significant lawsuit filed in California, Monsanto may pay for deliberately lying about glyphosate’s harmful effects on all life.
Forbes and others retracted the identification of Patrick Moore – who said you could drink glyphosate and be fine – as a Monsanto lobbyist. But is he…?